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General Program Information

The Grade 9 Course Calendar Supplement 2023-24 provides a description of all Grade 9 Courses offered at Forest Heights.

You can use this Grade 9 Course Selection Worksheet to help you track your choices and have discussions with your parents and teachers about the courses that are right for you.

Once you’ve finalized all your course selections, you will send these choices to us using an online portal called MyBlueprint (see Step 3).

 

Step 1:  Choose Your Compulsory Courses

Students are required to take 8 courses in Grade 9.  All Grade 9 students must take the following five compulsory courses:

  • English (select ENL1WI)
  • French (select FSF1DI or FEF1DI for Extended French)
  • Science (select SNC1WI)
  • Canadian Geography (select CGC1DI ** Extended French students will take CGC1DF for 2023-2024 and then take history in their Grade 10 year, 2024-2025)
  • Mathematics (select MTH1WI)

 

 

Step 2: Choose Your Three Elective Courses

After choosing five elective courses, you will choose three elective courses.  All elective courses are “open” level.  Forest Heights offers 12 different elective courses in Grade 9.

All students must select three elective courses in Grade 9.  Click on the course code to learn more information about each course.

ADA 1OI – Dramatic Arts HFN1OI – Food & Nutrition
AMI1OI – Instrumental Music PAI1OI – Grade 9 Coed Individual & Small Group Activities
AMV1OI – Vocal Music PPL1OX – Healthy & Active Living Education (girls)
ATC1OI – Dance PPL1OY – Healthy & Active Living Education (boys)
AVI1OI – Visual Arts  TEJ1OI – Exploring Computer Technology
BBI1OI – Introduction to Business TIJ1OI – Manufacturing Technologies
BTT1OI – Information & Communication Technology in Business

 

Step 3: Enter Your Courses in MyBlueprint

Once you have used the Grade 9 worksheet to make your plan, you will work with your guidance counsellor and teacher to enter your course selections in MyBlueprint.

UNDER CONSTRUCTION:  Check back here again for more instructions on working in your MyBlueprint account.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many credits do I need to graduate from high school?

How many community service hours are needed to graduate?

When will my student write the Ontario Literacy Test? 

How will I complete my online learning graduation requirement?  Can I opt out?

Will I receive a device to support my learning?  

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