Final Exam Schedule – June

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Final Exam Schedule – June 2018-05-08T14:03:34+00:00

Grade 12

All courses (except those listed below) will have a 75 minute Final Evaluation.

The following courses will have a 2 hour Final Evaluation:

Business: Analyzing Current Economic Issues CIA4U, Principals of Financial Accounting BAT4M

Communications – English/French: Grade 12 University English ENG4U; Grade 12 College English ENG4C; Grade 12 University Writer’s Craft EWC4U; Grade 12 University English Literature Studies ETS4U; Grade 12 University Core French FSF4U

Geography: The Environment & Resource Management CGR4M, Canadian & World Issues CGW4U

History: Canadian History CHI4U, World History CHY4U & CHY4C, Canadian and International Law CLN4U, Global Indigenous NDW4M

Math: Grade 12 University 4U; Grade 12 College Technology MCT4C

Physical Education: Grade 12 University Exercise Science PSK4U

Religion: Grade 12 University/College Church & Culture HRE4M

Science: Grade 12 College 4C; Grade 12 University 4U

Social Sciences: Individuals & Families in a Diverse Society HHS4C & HHS4U, Challenge & Change in Society HSB4M

 

11:40 – 1:40 pm

Period 4 – Final Evaluation

11:40 – 1:40 pm

Period 3 – Final Evaluation

8:10 – 10:10 am

Period 1 – Final Evaluation

8:10 – 10:10 am

Period 2 – Final Evaluation

Notes

  1. There are NO grade 12 classes running on grade 12 exam days.
  2. For students who require CREDIT RESCUE: Teachers will co-ordinate time for credit rescue with these individual students.
  3. For grade 12 students who take a grade 11 class: You are expected to be in class in the mornings on June 20 and 21.
  4. All students will remain in their exam room for the full 2 hours, even if they are writing a 75 minute exam.
  5. Please direct any student request for an alternate exam date to their respective administrator.
  6. QUIET DAYS for grade 12 students are June 14, 15, and 18.
  7. Students who have not donated their uniforms are expected to be in full uniform during Final Evaluations and Credit Rescue.

Grades 9, 10 and 11

All courses (except those listed below) will have a 75 minute Final Evaluation.

Students who meet the following criteria will not be required to attend school in the afternoon on these days.

a) have achieved a passing grade;

b) have submitted all summative activities and

c) have completed all components of their final culminating activity

Students who do not meet the above criteria will be required to attend Credit Rescue in the afternoon on these days with the possibility of attending an additional 2 hour Credit Recovery class on June 27th in an attempt to be successful in obtaining their credit.

The following courses will have a 2 hour Final Evaluation:

Business: Introduction to Financial Accounting BAF3M

Communications – English/French: Grade 11 University English ENG3U; Grade 11 College English ENG3C; Grade 11 University Core French FSF3U

Geography: Physical Geography CGF3M

History: American History CHA3U, World History CHW3M, Understanding Canadian Law CLU3M

Math: All Grade 10 Academic 2D; All Grade 11 University 3U; Grade 11 University/College 3M

Religion: Grade 11 University/College World Religions HRT3M

Science: All Grade 9 & 10 Academic 1D, 2D; All Grade 11 College 3C; Grade 11 University/College 3M; Grade 11 University 3U

Social Sciences: Introduction to Anthropology HSP3M

8:10 – 10:10 am
75 minute exam for Period 1 class
OR
2 hour exam for Period 1 class

8:10 – 10:10 am
75 minute exam for Period 2 class
OR
2 hour exam for Period 2 class

8:10 – 10:10 am
75 minute exam for Period 3 class
OR
2 hour exam for Period 3 class

8:10 – 10:10 am
75 minute exam for Period 4 class
OR
2 hour exam for Period 4 class

8:30 – 10:30 am
Credit Rescue time as arranged by the teacher and student.
No buses today.

Notes

  1. All students will remain in their exam room for the full 2 hours.
  2. Bus Pickup is at 10:30 am
  3. Teachers will offer Credit Rescue on a needs basis in the afternoon
  4. QUIET DAYS for GRADES 9 – 11 are JUNE 18, 19, and 20.
  5. All students are expected to be in full uniform during Final Evaluation and Credit Rescue classes.
  6. Please direct any student request for an alternate exam date to their respective administrator.