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  • 20th Century World History 12

    History 12 is an exciting course for students interested in making connections between historical events and contemporary issues. This course covers the major historical events of the 20th century while also investigating current global issues and conflicts. Events covered include the Russian Revolution, World War II, the Cold War, and… Read more

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  • ACCEL 9 (Humanities)

    Students will complete English 9 with Social Studies 9 and Comparative Cultures 11 in one class that spans the school year. This provides students with three course credits in a two course timeframe. As this opportunity demands academic rigor and caters to motivated learners, a selection process is in place. … Read more

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  • ACCEL 9 Sci-matics

    This year-long class which enables students to complete Science 9, Math 9 and Science 10. This means 3 courses are completed in the same timeframe as traditional programs complete two courses.  As this course demands some academic rigour, selection is based on a combination of marks, work ethic, and mathematical… Read more

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  • Accounting 11

    This introductory course to bookkeeping includes the study of financial records for both personal and business application from beginning balance sheet through to period ending financial statements.  Students complete many accounting steps using Excel.  Business simulations are both written and completed through the Simply Accounting software program.  Upon completion, students… Read more

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  • Accounting 12

    This course takes a more comprehensive approach to accounting.  Cash control, payroll, partnership and analysis of financial statements are studied.  An entire term of work is devoted to recording all types of accounting records utilizing the Simply Accounting software package.  Problem solving using variance analysis is also introduced.

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    Accounting 11
  • Advanced Placement Art – Studio

    AP classes challenges a student to work at a high level of skill. The AP Studio Art program requires the completion of a portfolio consisting of 12 images in a breadth of technique and 12 in an exploration of an individually chosen theme. It is offered to students who express… Read more

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  • Anatomy and Physiology 12 (Biology 12)

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  • Art Foundations 11/12

    This foundations course builds a repertoire of skills and vocabulary based on the elements and the principles of art with an introduction to art history.  Students will explore drawing and painting with an individual research focus.

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  • Athletic Leadership 10

     Students must apply to be accepted into this course which is designed to allow like-minded students the opportunity to explore interests in a range of athletic pursuits. The course will run together with P.E. 10 and builds on concepts established in Athletic Leadership 9. Students will be expected to learn… Read more

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  • Athletic Leadership 9

    Students must apply to be accepted into this course which is designed to allow like-minded students the opportunity to explore interests in a range of athletic pursuits. The course runs together with Physical Education for a double block of time. Students will be given the opportunity to learn and demonstrate… Read more

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  • Business Education 9: Communication

    This course will provide students with the opportunity to learn proper touch keyboarding skills to obtain proficiency levels on timed tests using two computer software programs.  Speed and efficiency are emphasized, as students learn to use Microsoft Word to prepare various documents such as newsletters, tables, personal and business letters,… Read more

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  • Business Education 9: General Business

    This survey course in business covers topics that include:  Business Principles, Ethics, Marketing, Personal Finance, Economics, Consumer Protection, Personal Income Tax Preparation, and Computer Skills.  Fast paced and featuring real world examples cases, this course offers a teaser of what is to come in senior courses.  Projects include: investment portfolios,… Read more

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  • Calculus 12

    This course includes:  history of calculus, limits, functions, continuity, graphs, derivatives, and anti-differentiation.  Students have the option of writing the first year calculus exam for credit at UVic, U.B.C., S.F.U. and UNBC in June or writing the AP/AB Calculus exam in May, which gives credit for first year calculus in… Read more

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    Pre-Calculus 12

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  • Career Life Education

    Students on the New Graduation Program will meet the Career Education graduation requirement with: Grade 9 – Career Life Education Grade 10 – Career Life Education Grade 11 – Career Life Connections Grade 12 – Capstone All courses are blended model courses; meaning they are not delivered during a regular… Read more

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  • Carpentry & Joinery 11

    Basic to this course is the development of machine skills and safety awareness. Skill refinement of specialty tools, machines, and advanced joinery techniques are stressed. Project design, costing and development along with processes and procedures of finishing are emphasized.

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  • Carpentry & Joinery 12

    This is a second and more advanced level of Carpentry and Joinery 11. This course is recommended if students are planning on taking additional courses in Woodworking. 2nd 100 hours of Carpentry Joinery 11 (advanced level) Student projects as approved by instructor.

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    Carpentry & Joinery 11

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  • Chemistry 11

    This course builds on the Science 10 course and provides an introduction to the theories of chemistry through the analysis and interpretation of laboratory experiments, films, and theory. The course examines a variety of important chemical concepts including atomic theory and structure, and its relation to chemical reactions; chemical reactions… Read more

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    Science 10

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  • Chemistry 12

    This academic course, as determined by the Chemistry 11/12 IRP, builds on Chemistry 11 and presents an introduction to physical and chemical equilibrium systems involving energy-related changes, kinetics, solubility, oxidation-reduction reactions and acid-base theories. Although the course does not use high-level math, it does require good mathematical problem-solving skills. Recommended… Read more

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    Chemistry 11

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  • Choral Music 11/12: Concert Choir

    Concert Choir at Lambrick meets once a week before school and once a week at lunch. Choir focuses on not only learning and performing a variety of music in a minimum of four-part harmony, but also on building confidence and technique in their individual singing abilities. Students will have the… Read more

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  • Community Leadership 9-12

    Do you want to make a difference in your community? Help the poor? Raise money for refugees? Feed the hungry? If so, this is the course for you. In Community Leadership, you’ll work with peers in grades 9 through 12 to plan and implement a variety of activities that make… Read more

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  • Comparative Civilization 12

    Margaret Mead – a famous anthropologist – once said that her greatest fear about our civilization was “that as we drifted towards a blandly generic world view, not only would we see the entire range of human imagination reduced to a single mode of thought, but we would wake from… Read more

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  • Comparative World Religions 12

    Even in the 21st century, religion is an integral part of many people’s lives and our beliefs can unify – or divide – us like few other aspects of being human. This course will look at some of the major religions and belief structures and will focus on topics such… Read more

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  • Composition 11

    Composition 11 is designed to support students as they refine, clarify, and adjust their written communication through practice and revision. The course provides opportunities for students to, with increasing independence, study, create, and write original and authentic pieces for a range of purposes and real-world audiences. They will expand their… Read more

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  • Composition 12

    Composition 12 is designed to support students in their refinement and pursuit of mastery of written communication. Students will read and study exemplary compositions by other writers and be exposed to a variety of styles as models for the development of their writing. The course provides opportunities for students, with… Read more

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  • Computer Programming 11

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  • Computer Programming 12

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  • Computer Studies 10

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  • Construction Trades 11/12

    Interested in working with your hands? Want to learn about the buildings we live in? This course is a skills exploration course that introduces students to the construction trades of carpentry, plumbing, and electrical. It is a great course for any student interested in developing a working knowledge of how… Read more

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  • Creative Writing 11

    Creative Writing 11 is designed for students who are interested in developing confidence and refining their writing skills through self-expression for various creative purposes. The course provides students with in-depth opportunities to explore personal and cultural identities, memories, and stories in a wide range of genres. Students will collaborate and… Read more

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  • Cross-Training 10, 11, 12

    2 credits Cross training is a course offered outside of the regular timetable.  Students will be required to maintain a journal indicating they have completed a minimum of 3 hours of physical activity per week.  Opportunities will be offered to participate in ice skating/hockey, track and field, cross country, cycling,… Read more

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  • Dance 9-12

    This course is open to all students, with or without dance training. This course aims to help each student improve their dance technique, flexibility, muscular strength, fitness level, performance, and choreography skills. We will explore a variety of styles including Hip Hop, Jazz, Lyrical, Tap, Modern, and more. If you… Read more

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  • Drama 10

    This course compliments and builds upon the skills and techniques practiced in Drama 9. Further emphasis is put on the development and production of student made videos as well as working with existing scripted work.

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  • Drama 9

    This course introduces students to a variety of theatrical techniques: role-play, improvisation, tableau, character building, scripting, movement, story theatre and drama games, in order to help students develop self-confidence, public speaking and teamwork skills.  Students will be expected to attend and participate and take risks even though this is not… Read more

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  • Earth Science 11

    This course, as determined by the Earth Science 11 IRP, focuses on the various aspects, methods, and applications of Earth and Space Science. It is a comprehensive science course which will require students to work steadily for two terms to ensure completion, but is less demanding than the Biology 11… Read more

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    Science 10

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  • Economics 12

    Economics 12 provides students with opportunities to analyze the effects of economic activity on our society, the nation, and the global community. Students will gain an understanding of the principles behind government and social policies. The study of economics will give students an understanding of personal, professional, and business decisions… Read more

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  • English 10

    Credits: 4 Grade 10 Students will choose one of the following New Curriculum combination courses: English 10 Composition/Literary Studies English 10 Composition/Creative Writing English 10 Composition/New Media Composition: Composition 10 is designed to support students in their development of written communication through a critical process of questioning, exploring, and sampling. Students will… Read more

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    English 9

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  • English 9

    This course stresses an understanding of literary forms: poems, stories, plays, essays, and novels.  Integrated with the literature, a basic approach to language stresses practicing styles of writing and the application of usage and grammar to develop editing skills

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  • English Language Development 10

    ESL students are introduced to the four main English language skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking.  It also encourages the viewing and representation of materials.  The course focuses on developing strategies needed to read, write and extract information successfully in English, and addresses specific needs of students regarding language… Read more

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  • English Language Development 11

    The course is designed to extend the exploration of ESL students into four main English language skills of reading, writing, listening, and speaking.  Students are able to interact with greater confidence in familiar situations and are able to apply their growing range of strategies.  The course continues the practices of… Read more

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  • English Studies 12

    The required English Studies 12 course builds on and extends students’ previous learning experiences in ELA and EFP 10 and 11 courses. It is designed for all students and provides them with opportunities to: refine their ability to communicate effectively in a variety of contexts and to achieve their personal… Read more

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  • Entrepreneurship and Marketing 10

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  • Environmental Science 11

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  • Environmental Sciences 12

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  • Explorations in Social Studies 11

    Social Studies 11 is a survey course to inform and engage students in a variety of different topics including: identity, cultural expressions, world history, politics, current events, social justice, and global development from a number of different backgrounds. Students will submerge themselves in a number of subjects by using inquiry… Read more

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    Social Studies 10

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  • Film and Television 11/12

    Film and Television is a class that will go beyond the basics of film making and focus on producing films in a variety of styles and genres, both individually and collaboratively.  This class will focus on skills such as project pitching, script writing, acting, directing, cinematography, green screen, special effects,… Read more

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  • FIT For LIFE Physical Education 9 – 10

    FIT for LIFE PE is a promotion of life-long physical and mental healthy lifestyles, wellness, and nutrition.This will be an encouraging and supportive environment focused on more personal choice in physical activity, personal goal-setting and engaging in physical pursuits that will last through adulthood. Community recreation access and awareness will… Read more

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  • Foods Studies 11/12

    In the Foods 11/12 course more advanced cooking techniques are learned through preparing recipes from many different countries. The course includes the theory and study of cooking, nutrition, and the cultural factors affecting food preparation and choice. Social and economic issues relating to food are also covered. Advanced baking techniques… Read more

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  • Foundations of Mathematics 11

    This course is strongly recommended for students who are planning on pursuing post-secondary studies in the arts or humanities.  Topics studied may include logic and reasoning, functions, geometry, and statistics.  Students who successfully master the learning outcomes of this course may continue on to Foundations of Mathematics 12.  This course… Read more

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  • Foundations of Mathematics and Pre-Calculus 10

    This course covers many topics, including solving problems involving 3-D images, graphing, characteristics of graphs, linear relationships, function notation, and algebra skills.  It is the pre-requisite for Foundations of Mathematics 11 and 12 and is also the prerequisite for Pre-Calculus 11 and 12.  Students will write a provincial exam at… Read more

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    Mathematics 9

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  • French 10

    French at the grade 10 level places an increasing emphasis on oral accuracy (including pronunciation), listening and reading comprehension and written composition. Vocabulary and verbs are further expanded including review of the present and introduction of the past and immediate future tenses. Students in French 10 will continue to explore… Read more

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    French 9

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  • French 11

    In this course, French begins to become a working language for students. Approximately 75% of class time is conducted in French, with flexibility to accommodate students at different levels. Speaking, writing, reading and listening are all emphasized and students are expected to take an active role in class. The present,… Read more

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    French 10

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  • French 12

    The focus in French 12 is on effective usage and understanding of the language in a working context. Students will work towards broadening their language skills and enriching their vocabulary so that they may understand the language more globally and express themselves more fluently. Refinement and reinforcement of skills and… Read more

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    French 11

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  • French 9

    Prerequisite: French 8 All communicative competencies are developed. Emphasis is on listening and reading comprehension, as well as oral and written expression including interactions with teachers and classmates. Students will expand their vocabulary and general grammatical knowledge, improve their ability to communicate in the present tense, and be introduced to… Read more

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  • Fundamentals for Math 9

    This course is an opportunity to enhance fundamental Math skills from Mathematics 7 & 8 and incorporate those skills into a better foundation for success in either Math 9 or Workplace Math 10.  We take the time necessary for students to catch-up, build confidence in, and learn at a deeper… Read more

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  • Genocide Studies 12

    Despite international commitments to prohibit genocide (the intentional destruction of peoples and their cultures) violence targeted against groups of peoples or minorities has continued to challenge global peace and prosperity. Some of the topics we may study include: origins and development of the term “genocide;” economic, political, social, and cultural… Read more

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  • Home Economics 9/10 Foods

    This is an introductory course covering: nutritional studies and food preparation in selected areas and consumer education. Students will learn the basics of cooking and baking. The overall theme is “Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner,” so recipes range from pancakes to pasta, eggs to enchiladas! The students will learn the importance… Read more

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  • Human Geography 12

    Human Geography 12 focuses on the connections between living standards of diverse societies, population trends, both national and global, and the impact these have on geographic regions and the global environment. Students in HG12 will be analyzing data from a variety of sources which will allows us to better understand… Read more

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  • Information and Communications Technology 9

    A variety of software programs and technology will be used to teach students how to research, organize, and present information.  Students will be given an introduction to programming and problem solving through the use of HTML and Java programming.  Students will utilize a variety of tools in Adobe CS4 designed… Read more

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  • Instrumental Music 11/12: Jazz Band

    Admission to this band is by audition and/or at the discretion of the band director. Students must be enrolled in a Concert Band (grade 9 to 12) Preference will be given to those that play saxophone, trumpet, trombone, piano, bass, guitar & drum set. Prerequisite: permission of instructor – Length… Read more

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  • Intercultural Studies ESL 9-11

    This course has been developed to support and encourage ESL students to compare their native country to the richness and diversity of Canada. This will allow students to become more aware of Canadian culture and to better understand why Canada embraces multiculturalism. Based on the use of authentic documents and… Read more

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  • Intro French 11

    Core French Introductory 11 has been developed to offer an opportunity for students who did not begin Core French in the elementary grades to enter Core French at the secondary level. Core French Introductory 11 is an intensive course, designed to cover essential learning standards from Grades 5 to 10… Read more

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  • Introduction to Automotive 11/12

    Do you know how engines work? Explore the world of mechanics and learn about small engines and automotive systems. Students will take apart small engines and put them back together to working condition. Automotive systems will be discussed as well as quick maintenance for cars. A must for students who… Read more

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  • Introductory Spanish 9-11

    Introductory Spanish 11 is intended for grade 10, 11 and 12 students who are undertaking the study of Spanish for the first time. Grade 9 students wishing to take this accelerated course should be academically inclined and motivated to learn the language. This is a beginning course that covers material… Read more

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  • Jazz Band 9/10

    Lambrick Park High School offers 2 levels of Jazz Band. Both bands rehearse outside of regular school hours. The Jazz Bands will be open to those students who are regular members of at least one Concert Band or at the discretion of the band director. Participation in each of the… Read more

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  • Junior Concert Band – Music 10

    The Junior Concert Band rehearses during regular school hours. This course is “backed” with P.E., allowing students the maximum number of course options and credits per year. Students will continue to develop their technique, musicianship and music theory. In addition, students will be given the opportunity to explore new instruments… Read more

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  • Junior Concert Band – Music 9

    The Junior Concert Band rehearses during regular school hours. This course is “backed” with P.E., allowing students the maximum number of course options and credits per year. Students will continue to develop their technique, musicianship and music theory. In addition, students will be given the opportunity to explore new instruments… Read more

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  • Law 11

    While the news mostly reports on criminal law cases such as murders and robberies, it’s actually civil law – the branch of law that covers everything from human rights to family law to employment to renting apartments to being sued – that has the greatest impact on the lives of… Read more

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  • Law 12 / Criminology 154 – Dual Credit

    This course provides students an opportunity to receive credit for both Law 12 and Criminology 154 through Camosun College. At the moment, we are planning to offer the course inside the regular timetable but may need to consider other options as the course is taught in conjunction with a professor… Read more

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  • Law Studies 12

    While the news mostly reports on criminal law cases such as murders and robberies, it’s actually civil law – the branch of law that covers everything from human rights to family law to employment to renting apartments to being sued – that has the greatest impact on the lives of… Read more

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  • Learning Strategies 10-12

    Prerequisite:  Student identified by the School Support Services This course has been developed to provide an opportunity for students to: receive instruction in strategies to assist general learning in the regular classroom receive assistance utilizing these strategies while doing subject work from regular classrooms receive instruction in organizational/time management strategies… Read more

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  • Library Science and Information Studies 11

    Library Science 11 will provide students with a strong foundation of skills applicable to other high school courses, post-secondary education, and to many jobs.  Students will develop a strong base of library and research skills useful in core subject areas as well as general marketing, organizational and communication skills.  The… Read more

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  • Life Sciences 11 (Biology 11)

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  • Literary Studies 11

    Literary Studies 11 allows students to delve deeply into literature. Students can explore specific themes, periods, authors, or areas of the world through literary works (fiction and non-fiction) in a variety of media. Giving students the choice of a range of literary topics allows them to follow their passion and… Read more

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  • Marketing 12

    Two out of every three Canadians are employed in some aspect of marketing, thus, its importance as an area of study for you is clear.  The fastest growing sector of job opportunities involves sales or sales services including:  Retailing, Distribution, Personal Selling, Marketing Research, Advertising, and Consumer Motivation.  ARE YOU… Read more

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  • Mathematics 9

    This course emphasizes algebraic skills, extends topics of measurement, transformational geometry, shape and space, data analysis, probability and problem solving.  It introduces circle geometry and algebraic patterns and relations, including linear relations. This is a core course for all high school mathematics students and it is very important students have… Read more

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  • Media Art/Film and Television 9-12

    Students in the course will learn the basics of graphic design and film production.  They will learn a variety of technology and programs in order to create their own work and films.  This course will focus on the creative process and seeing project through from the idea phase until the… Read more

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  • Media Arts 11-12

    Students should have a background in art foundations based on the elements and principles of design, from which they will develop a critical response to the media of their environment. Students will create and design with a variety of technology and mediums to produce newsletters, logo designs and documentary video… Read more

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  • Metal Fabrication & Art Jewellery 9-12

    Brand New 3D Art class is being offered this year for grades 11 and 12 students who are interested in designing and making jewelry, as well as artistic crafts that store and display jewelry, in a fun environment. Learn all the skills and knowledge of Elements and Principals of Design… Read more

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  • Metal Fabrication & Machining 11

    This is an advanced Metalwork program where Hi-tech machining and welding techniques will be emphasized ie: computer numerical control (CNC), “TIG”, and “MIG” welding, injection molding etc. Students will be encouraged to design and build projects that will develop skills in the above topics.

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  • Metal Fabrication & Machining 12

    This course is for the advanced Metalwork student who is considering a career in the related professions or engineering. Work experience with local industry will be encouraged, as well as post- secondary education. Students can build complex projects such as a lathe, disc sander, or one of their own designs

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  • Metal Work 9, 10, 11, 12

    This is a wonderful, fun program. Learn how to form and shape metal into useful projects and creative works of art. As a first-time student in the metal shop, you will start with construction of a hose bracket. This project introduces you to most of the machines and processes in… Read more

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  • Modern Languages at Lambrick Park

    We use a multi-dimensional approach to second language learning which emphasizes communicative competence in listening, speaking, reading and writing. At all grade levels, our goal is to increase your knowledge, enjoyment and appreciation for the language and culture of French and Spanish speaking countries and to increase your ability to… Read more

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  • Music 9/10 Concert Choir

    Length: 1 school year Concert Choir at Lambrick meets once a week before school and once a week at lunch. Choir focuses on not only learning and performing a variety of music in a minimum of four-part harmony, but also on building confidence and technique in their individual singing abilities…. Read more

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  • Musical Theatre 9 – 12

    This course meets outside the regular timetable and its course content is a full-length Broadway Musical.  Students may audition near the beginning of the school year to be in the cast or may sign up to be a part of the crew (back stage help and designers) or play in… Read more

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  • New Media 11

    New Media 11 is a program of studies designed to reflect the changing role of technology in today’s society and the increasing importance of digital media in communicating and exchanging ideas. New Media 11 recognizes that digital literacy is an essential characteristic of the educated citizen. Coursework is aimed at… Read more

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  • OUTDOOR EDUCATION Career Program Grade 10-12

    Have you ever wanted to climb a mountain? Surf in the ocean? Hike the Juan De Fuca trail? Explore the amazing wilderness we are fortunate to share here in Canada and around the world? The outdoor education course is an experiential course designed to offer students the opportunity to learn… Read more

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  • Peer Tutoring 9-12

    Peer Tutors are an important and integral part of life at Lambrick Park.    Students in this course will act as tutors or helpers for their peers.  They should have a desire to work with their peers, be self-motivated and enjoy working without supervision.  Peer tutors will receive training in communication… Read more

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  • Philosophy Studies 12

    Philosophy is a course that examines the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality and existence. Some of the questions we will explore include: What does it mean to be human? Are we responsible for what we do? Does free will exist? What – morally – out we to do? Should we… Read more

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  • Photography 11-12

    Students will build on their knowledge of the elements and principles of art recognizing photography as an art form. Digital imaging offers the student critical response to and opportunities in a field that affects us daily from advertising to websites; on an average of 10,000 images daily. Students will appreciate… Read more

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  • Physical Education 10

    Prerequisite:  Physical Education 9                                                                                                                          4 credits This course reinforces skills, principles and rules of sport and recreational games acquired prior to this year of Physical Education.  Emphasis is given to the achievement of superior fitness levels and student participation in lifetime and leisure-oriented sport activities is stressed.  CPR (Cardio… Read more

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  • Physical Education 11

    Prerequisite:  Physical Education 10                                                                                                                        4 credits Students entering Grade 11 are reminded of their Grad Transition requirement of 150 minutes of Daily Physical Activity (DPA) per week.  Students should document DPA and submit on a regular basis. Performance and leisure-oriented activities are emphasized.  Student teaching, with a partner, maybe… Read more

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  • Physical Education 12

    Prerequisite:  Physical Education 11                                                                                                                        4 credits               Performance and leisure-oriented activities are emphasized.  Student teaching maybe required.  Students will participate in a variety of leisure activities such as lawn bowling, 10-pin bowling, curling, billiards and ice skating.  Some activities may require participation fees.  No student will be denied the opportunity to… Read more

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  • Physical Education 9

    This course places an emphasis on basic skills and on reinforcement of the principle rules of sport and recreational games.  The course provides more in-depth exposure to activities introduced in previous years.

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  • Physics 11

    Physics 11 follows the prescribed learning outcomes form the BC curriculum. This is an introductory course in classical physics in one dimension. It is recommended students have good basic algebra skills (Math 10). Topics include kinematics, dynamics, work, power, energy, momentum, waves and special relativity. Students develop the concepts throughout… Read more

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    Science 10

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  • Physics 12

    Physics 12 follows the prescribed learning outcomes from the BC curriculum. This is a course in classical physics in two dimensions. Students should have a strong math background in algebra and systems of equations (Bi n Math 11/Physics11). Topics include kinematics, dynamics, energy, momentum, torque, gravitation and electromagnetism. Physics 12… Read more

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    Physics 11

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  • Pre-Calculus 12

    This academic course is intended for students who plan to pursue post-secondary studies involving calculus such as business, engineering and the sciences.  Topics will include: series and sequences, exponents and logarithms, trigonometry, functions, combinations, permutations and probability.

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    Pre-Calculus Math 11

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  • Pre-Calculus Math 11

    This course is strongly recommended for students who are planning on pursuing post-secondary studies in math or sciences.  Topics covered may include relations and functions, trigonometry, polynomial functions, and graphing.  Students who successfully master the learning outcomes of this course may continue on to Pre-Calculus 12.  This course satisfies the… Read more

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  • Psychology 11

    Easily the most interesting class you’ll take in high school. Topics could include experimental design, sex and sexuality, brain and nervous system function and dysfunction, psychopharmacology (how drugs affect the brain), sensation and perception, mental illness, personality disorders, sleep and dreams, applied psychology (advertising, learning and training, sports psychology) and… Read more

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  • Psychology 12 / Psychology 154 Contemporary Issues – Dual Credit

    This course provides students an opportunity to receive credit for both Psychology 12 and Psychology 154 through Camosun College. At the moment, we are planning to offer the course inside the regular timetable but may need to consider other options as the course is taught in conjunction with a professor… Read more

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  • Scholarship 12

    Prerequisite:  Completion of Grade 11 This course is specifically designed for Grade 12 students and the purpose of the course is to familiarize them with the many aspects of post-secondary admissions and scholarship applications. If you would like to be as informed and prepared as possible about the opportunities available… Read more

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  • Scholarship 12

    Students will explore • post-secondary opportunities, • scholarships and bursaries available, You will also receive assistance • in selecting and applying to post-secondary institutions, • in applying for scholarships and bursaries • in preparing application portfolios You will be provided with the opportunity to network with other students, and stay… Read more

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  • School Leadership 9-12

    Do you like to plan spirit activities like dances, corn roasts, pep rallies, haunted houses or jersey days? Are you interested in taking an active role in student government and in making decisions, raising funds, creating budgets and planning/implementing various activities for students? Do you have a vision for Lambrick… Read more

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  • Science 10

    The course is composed of general topics in Biology, Physics Chemistry and Earth Science. It is a provincially examinable course worth 20% of the course that requires consistent effort to ensure success. Students are prepared for work at the senior level and introduced to some of the rigor of the… Read more

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    Science 9

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  • Science 9

    The course consists of basic topics in processes in science, life Science, physical sciences, and earth and space sciences. The processes of science, works on building skills in observing, classifying, predicting, inferring and hypothesizing. Active participation in lab procedures and experimentation constitutes an important part of the course.

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  • Senior Concert Band – Instrumental Music 11

    The Senior Concert Band will rehearse inside the regular timetable. This course is backed with a linear Grade 11/12 PE for those students wishing to earn that credit. Students will continue to develop their technique, musicianship, theory and music history. In addition, students will be given the opportunity to explore… Read more

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  • Senior Concert Band – Instrumental Music 12

    The Senior Concert Band will rehearse inside the regular timetable.  This course is backed with a linear Grade 11/12 PE for those students wishing to earn that credit.  Students will continue to develop their technique, musicianship, theory and music history.  In addition, students will be given the opportunity to explore… Read more

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  • Skills Exploration 10, 11, 12

    Do you like working with your hands and are interested in how things work? This class is for young men and women that would like to learn more about home renovation. In this class we will look at pipe trades (plumbing), residential wiring (electrical), carpentry/joinery, and some basic metal work… Read more

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  • Social Justice 12

    The term ‘social justice’ implies fairness and mutual obligation in society. It is the idea that we are responsible for one another, and that we should ensure that all people have equal chances to succeed in life. In this course, you will have opportunities to explore social justice issues such… Read more

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  • Social Studies 10

    Social Studies 10 curriculum focuses on the big ideas of how Global and regional conflicts have been a powerful force in shaping our contemporary world and identities. The course will also investigate the development of political institutions and the influences of economic, social, ideological, and geographic factors. Also studied is… Read more

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  • Social Studies 9

    Social Studies 9 curriculum focuses on the big ideas of history: how emerging ideas and ideologies profoundly influence societies and events, how this can in turn cause disparities in power which alter the balance of relationships between individuals and between societies and how collective identity is constructed and changes over… Read more

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  • Spanish 11

    Spanish 11 builds on the skills developed in Introductory Spanish 11. An increased emphasis on vocabulary building, sentence structure, and verb tenses helps students to begin to communicate more effectively in Spanish. Students will increase their knowledge and understanding of Spanish speaking countries and Spanish culture through music, cinema, videos,… Read more

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  • Sports Performance ‐ Basketball 9/10/11/12

    This course is geared towards the basketball player who wishes to improve performance. This will be a multi‐graded class. Students will work on basic skills, strategies, and concepts related to basketball. Additionally students will be able to train using a variety of methods such as weights, circuits and plyometrics  to… Read more

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  • Strings Orchestra

    Length: 1 school year 4 credits This course is designed as a continuation of the grade 8 middle school strings course. It is open to any student with a minimum of 1 year of strings experience. It will be held Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings from 7:20 a.m. to 8:20… Read more

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  • Studio Arts 11 : Ceramics and Sculpture

    Utilizing prerequisite art foundations vocabulary, skills and techniques of 3D art forms, this course introduces specialized instruction in ceramics and sculpture, with a focus to portfolio development and specialized A.P. program, Art Careers and Studio Arts 12.

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  • Studio Arts 11 : Drawing and Painting

    This course offers a more advanced study of vocabulary skills, techniques and themes in 2D art forms. This course will offer students more appreciation and understanding of the historical and technical development of these areas. Students will be encouraged to develop a portfolio to enroll in specialized A.P. program, Art… Read more

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  • Studio Arts 12: Ceramic and Sculpture

    Through specialized instruction in ceramics and sculpture, this intensive lab course explores an advanced study of techniques and materials. Students will be encouraged to create original forms including personal artist statements and art historical research. Students will develop an extensive portfolio for future career opportunities.

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  • Studio Arts 12: Drawing and Painting

    This is an intensive lab course exploring advanced study of techniques and materials. Students will be encouraged to create original images through a variety of mediums including personal artist statements and art historical research. Students will develop an extensive portfolio for future career opportunities.

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  • Tech Ed Metalwork 10

    In Metal Technology 10, the knowledge and skills learned in Metal Tech 9 are explored to greater depth. You will begin with an assigned project, such as a simple piece of metal furniture and then develop your skills with projects of your own design. Projects may include tables, simple exercise… Read more

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  • Tech Ed Metalwork 9

    This is a wonderful, fun program.  Learn how to form and shape metal into useful projects and creative works of art.  As a first-time student in the metal shop, you will start with construction of a hose bracket.  This project introduces you to most of the machines and processes in… Read more

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  • Tech Ed Woodworking 10

    This is an advanced Tech Ed 9 woodwork course to better prepare students for Carpentry/Joinery 11.  Students are expected to develop safe practices and orderly procedures in the use of woodworking machines.  Through a series of sophisticated and modern projects, the students will gain knowledge of the fundamentals of good design… Read more

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  • Tech Ed Woodworking 9

    This beginning course in woodworking is open to all students. The course is designed to introduce students to the proper use of power tools and machines used in industry and the home. The emphasis will be on safety, machine operating procedures, maintenance and care. The students will be taught the… Read more

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  • Technical Ed Mechanics 10

    In this course students will study the theory of various engine types, then follow up by dismantling and rebuilding one two cycle and three four cycle engines. One of the four cycle engines must be student supplied and be in running order. Suitable engines would be from: a lawn mower,… Read more

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  • Technical Ed Mechanics 9

    In this course students will study the theory of various engine types and then follow up by dismantling and rebuilding a two and four cycle engine. Students are encouraged to bring an engine of their own for rebuilding during the second term of the semester. Suitable engines would be from:… Read more

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  • Technology Explorations 10

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  • Theatre Performance Acting 11/12

    Students will study a variety of theatrical genres and forms including Greek Theatre, Commedia Dell’Arte, Shakespeare, and 20th and 21st Century theatre.  Performance techniques will be introduced, and students will work with their own written work and learn how to analyze existing scripts.  Students will explore both stage and film… Read more

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  • Theatre Production & Stage Craft 11/12

    This course teaches students about the backstage elements of theatre: sound, lighting, make-up, costumes, props, sets and stage management from both a design and practical standpoint.  Students will get to design and create for their own work and for existing performances within the school, including the Musical Theatre production and… Read more

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  • Transitional English 9

    To prepare non-native speakers of English for entrance into regular stream English and other subjects.  Students will improve written and spoken communication skills and become familiar with literary and grammatical terms used in regular English classes.  Students will also be introduced to short story and novel analysis.

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  • Visual Arts General 10

    This art foundations course builds a repertoire of skills and vocabulary based on the elements and the principles of art with an introduction to art history. Students will explore drawing and painting with an individual research focus. Those students with Visual Arts 9 General will continue to build their foundation… Read more

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  • Visual Arts General 9

    This art foundations course builds a repertoire of skills and vocabulary based on the elements and the principles of art with an introduction to art history. Students will explore drawing and painting with an individual research focus.

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  • Vocal Jazz 10

    Students must be enrolled in Music 10 Concert Choir to be in Vocal Jazz 10. Participation in performances and rehearsals is required; they may occur in the evenings and sometimes take place away from the school. Classes meet outside the regular schedule. Students are introduced to vocal jazz style, form… Read more

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  • Vocal Jazz 11/12

    Students must be enrolled in Choral Music 11 or Choral Music 12 to be in Vocal Jazz 11 or Vocal Jazz 12. Participation in performances and rehearsals is required; they may occur in the evenings and sometimes take place away from the school. Classes meet outside the regular schedule. This… Read more

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  • Women’s Studies 11/12

    WOMEN’S HISTORY 11-12: Viewing history through a woman’s perspective.    This Social Study 11/12 class is a 4-credit course open to all students in grades 10, 11 and 12. (It does not meet the Social Studies 11 requirement)   Join Ms. Baddeley (Miller) in this exciting new look at the… Read more

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  • Woodworking 9, 10, 11, 12

    This beginning course in woodworking is open to all students. The course is designed to introduce students to the proper use of power tools and machines used in industry and the home. The emphasis will be on safety, machine operating procedures, maintenance and care. The students will be taught the… Read more

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  • Work Experience 12A

    Students can be placed in paid or unpaid work-placements.  All work experience students are covered by WorkSafe. Goals for Work Experience Courses The primary goal of work experience is to help students prepare for the transition from secondary school to the world of work. Through work experience, students have the… Read more

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  • Workplace Math 10

    This course is designed to cover the essential skills necessary for entrance into trades or into the workplace.  It will cover topics such as unit conversions, understanding the imperial system of measure, area and volume, income related problems, geometry, Pythagorean Theorem, polygons, trigonometry, and related algebra.  It will be the… Read more

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  • Workplace Mathematics 11

    This course is strongly recommended for students who are planning on entering the workforce directly after high school, or who are planning on pursuing a career in the trades industries.  Topics covered may include reasoning, rates of change, measurement and statistics.  Students who successfully master the learning outcomes of this… Read more

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    Workplace Math 10

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  • Yearbook – Journalism 11-12

    Journalism will encompass written and photojournalism skills, graphic design and digital photography. Students will develop skills in group cooperation, print advertising, and magazine layout for a digitally produced yearbook. The student will be evaluated on their understanding of and participation in these forms of communication, journalism, graphic design and production… Read more

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