BC Secondary Courses Offered by CEAP

​BC Secondary Courses Offered by CEAP for the 2018-2019 School Year

Art of Gender 12                                             (Board Authority, and blended delivery at KSS/CEAP location)

Astronomy 11 (Board Authorized):                 E-Dynamic Astronomy

Business Education 11:  Marketing and Promotion      E-Dynamic Intro to Sports and Entertainment Marketing

Business Education 12:  Business Computer Applications

Business Education 12:  Entrepreneurship     E-Dynamic Course

Business Education 12:  Tourism                    E-Dynamic Hospitality and Tourism

Career Education 8

Career Education 9

Career Life Connections PART A                     (2 credits, must complete both A and B for full credit)

Career Life Capstone PART B                          (2 credits, must complete both A and B for full credit)

Career Life Education BSS PART A                  (2 credits, must complete both A and B for full credit)

Career Life Education BSS PART B                  (2 credits, must complete both A and B for full credit)

Career Life Education CEAP/KSS PART A        (2 credits, must complete both A and B for full credit)

Career Life Education CEAP/KSS PART B        (2 credits, must complete both A and B for full credit)

Dance 8

Dance 9

Dance 10:  Choreography                              

Dance 10:  Company                          

Dance 10:  Foundations                                 

Dance 10:  Technique and Performance       

Dance 11:  Choreography                              

Dance 11:  Company                          

Dance 11:  Conditioning                                

Dance 11:  Foundations                                 

Dance 11:  Technique and Performance       

Dance 12:  Choreography                              

Dance 12:  Company                          

Dance 12:  Conditioning                                

Dance 12:  Foundations                                 

Dance 12:  Technique and Performance

English 8

English 9

English 10:  Composition                                (2 credits, must pick any 2 of 5)

English 10:  Creative Writing                          (2 credits, must pick any 2 of 5)

English 10:  Focused Literary Study                (2 credits, must pick any 2 of 5)

English 10:  New Media                                  (2 credits, must pick any 2 of 5)

English 10:  Spoken Language                         (2 credits, must pick any 2 of 5)

English 11:  Composition                                (4 credits, must pick any 1 of 5)

English 11:  Creative Writing                          (4 credits, must pick any 1 of 5)

English 11:  Focused Literary Study                (4 credits, must pick any 1 of 5)

English 11:  New Media                                  (4 credits, must pick any 1 of 5)

English 11:  Spoken Language                         (4 credits, must pick any 1 of 5)

English 12:  English Studies                             (mandatory grade 12 English course)

French 8

French 9

French 10

Global Roams Program 6 courses                                     (Env.Sci. 11, SS 10/11, PE 10/11, AdED 11, AdED 12, Global Exp. 12)

Home Economics 10:  Culinary Arts               E-Dynamic Introduction to Culinary Arts

Home Economics 11:  Food Studies

Home Economics 11:  Interpersonal and Family Relationships

Home Economics 12:  Food Studies

Home Economics 12:  Housing and Living Environments

Home Economics 12:  Textiles                        E-Dynamic Fashion and Interior Design

Independent Directed Studies 10                   must meet with staff to establish parent course

Independent Directed Studies 11                   must meet with staff to establish parent course

Independent Directed Studies 12                   must meet with staff to establish parent course

Mathematics 8

Mathematics 9

Mathematics 10:  Foundations of Mathematics and Pre-Calculus

Mathematics 10:  Workplace Mathematics

Mathematics 11:  Foundations of Mathematics

Mathematics 11:  Pre-Calculus

Mathematics 11:  Workplace Mathematics

Mathematics 12:  Foundations of Mathematics

Mathematics 12:  Pre-Calculus

Music 8:  Guitar

Music 8:  Piano

Music 9:  Guitar

Music 9:  Piano

Music 10:  Choral

Music 10:  Instrumental

Music 11:  Choral

Music 11:  Composition and Production

Music 11:  Instrumental

Music 12:  Choral

Music 12:  Composition and Production

Music 12:  Instrumental

Physical and Health Education 8

Physical and Health Education 9

Physical and Health Education 10

Physical and Health Education 11:  Active Living

Physical and Health Education 11:  Fitness and Conditioning

Physical and Health Education 12:  Active Living

Physical and Health Education 12:  Fitness and Conditioning

Psychology 11                                                 (Board Authority)

Psychology 11:  Sports focus                          (Board Authority)

Psychology 12                                                 (Board Authority)

Science 8

Science 9

Science 10

Science 11:  Chemistry

Science 11:  Earth Sciences

Science 11:  Life Sciences

Science 11:  Physics

Science 11:  Science for Citizens

Science 12:  Anatomy and Physiology

Science 12:  Chemistry

Science 12:  Physics

Social Studies 8

Social Studies 9

Social Studies 10

Social Studies 12:  20th Century World History

Social Studies 12:  BC First Peoples

Social Studies 12:  Human Geography            E-Dynamic Human Geography: Our Global Identity

Social Studies 12:  Law Studies

Social Studies 12:  Social Justice

Social Studies12:   Physical Geography

Sociology 12                                                    (Board Authority)

Visual Arts 11:  Photography                           E-Dynamic Digital Photography 1

Visual Arts 12:  Photography                          E-Dynamic Digital Photography 2

Work Experience 12 A/B                                 (must see Career Centre Staff)

Youth Work in Trades 11 A/B                         (student apprenticeship, must see CEAP Staff)

Youth Work in Trades 12 A/B                         (student apprenticeship, must see CEAP Staff)


*Independent Directed Studies (IDS)

CEAP offers many opportunities in IDS courses. These enable a student to initiate his or her own area of learning and to receive credit towards graduation. This allows students to pursue further studies of interest. The learning outcomes of all Grade 10, 11 and 12 Ministry and board authorized courses are eligible to be used in an IDS. A student may study one or more learning outcomes in depth, or study more broadly a wide variety of learning outcomes from a single course. IDS credits may only be used to satisfy elective requirements.