Courses in subject categories should be used at the Grade 11 (junior) level or Grade 12 (senior) level, although approved equivalent Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, or post-secondary courses may also be used.
Courses in this category focus on language and literacy. Some examples are: Creative Writing; English; English First Peoples; English/French Literature.
Courses in this category focus on numeracy, numerical methods, and symbolic computation. Some examples include: Calculus; Computer Science; Mathematics; Pre-Calculus; Statistics.
Courses in this category help us better understand our natural world. Some examples are: Biology; Chemistry; Earth Science; Geology; Physics.
This includes all second-language courses, but does not include Introductory Language 11. Some examples are: French; hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓; Japanese; Nsyilxcən; Ojibwe; Spanish.
Courses in this category focus on individuals, human society, and culture. Some examples include: Asian Studies; Comparative World Religions; Contemporary Indigenous Studies; Economics; Ethics; Geography; History; Law Studies; Media Studies; Philosophy; Political Science; Psychology; Social Justice.
Courses in this category focus on artistic expression. Some examples include: Drama; Media Arts; Music.