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CANADIAN HIGH SCHOOL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Province/ Territory

Alberta, N.W.T, Nunavut

THREE academic Gr English Course

Language other than English 11

• English Language Arts 30-1

• One of Mathematics 30-1 or 30-2 1

• Mathematic

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B.C. First Nations Studies 12 Comparative Civilizations 12 Geography 12 History 12 Law 12 Social Justice 12

• One of Pre-Calculus 12 or Foundations of Mathematics 12 2

• Calculus 12

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History: Western Civilization 40S Global Issues 40S Geography: World Human 40S Current Topics in FNMI Studies 40S

• One of Pre-Calculus Mathematics 40S or Applied Mathematics 3

• Advanced Mathemati and Calculu

• One or more distinct languages at the 12 or 12A level

Manitoba

• One of ELA: Comprehensive Focus 40S or ELA: Literary Focus 40S or ELA: Transactional Focus 40S

• One or more distinct languages at the 40S or 30S (min. 4 yr) level

• Canadian Geography 120 • One of Canadian History 121 or 122 • World Issues 120

• Foundations of Math 120 or Pre-Calculus A120 and B120 4

• One or more distinct languages at the 3200 level

• World Geography 3202 or 3208 • World History 3201 or Histoire Mondiale 3231

• One of Advanced Mathematics 3200 or Mathematics 3201 5

• One of English 12 (Academic), English 12 (Advanced), or English 12 African Heritage

• One or more distinct languages at the 12 level

• Global Geography 12 • Global History 12 • Global Politics 12

• One of Pre-Calculus 12 or Mathematics 12 (Advanced), Mathematics 12 (Academic), or Mathematics Foundations 12 6

• ENG4U

• One or more distinct languages at the 4U, DU or NLS level

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• One of MHF4U or MDM4U 7

• One of English 611 or 621

• One or more distinct languages at the 621 level

• Geography 621 • History 621

• One of Mathematics 621A or 621B 8

• English Literature 603

• One of Français 601 or French as a Second Language 602 • One or more distinct languages at the 607 to 616 level

• Geography 320 • History 330

• Mathematics 201

• One or more distinct languages at the 30 level

• Geography 30 • History 30: Canadian Studies • Native Studies 30: Canadian Studies • Social Studies 30: Canadian Studies

• One of Pre-Calculus 30 or Foundations of Mathematics 30 10

New Brunswick

• One of English 121 or 122

Newfoundland and Labrador

• English 3201

Prince Edward Island

• One or more distinct languages at the 121 or 122 level

Quebec 9

Two CEGEP courses in English and eight other academic subjects. Maximum of two in each subject.

Saskatchewan

1

2

• English Language Arts A30/ English Language Arts B30 (counts as one course) 10

Alberta, N.W.T. and Nunavut: While either of Mathematics 30-1 or Math 30-2 may be used as an academic course for admission, Mathematics 30-1 is required as a prerequisite for courses in certain programs

British Columbia and Yukon Territories: While either of Pre-Calculus 12 or Foundations of Mathematics 12 may be used as an academic course for admission, Pre-Calculus 12 is required as a prerequisite for courses in certain programs.

3

CGU4U or CGW4U CH14U or CHY4U CLN4U CPN4U NDW4M or NDG4M

Manitoba: While either of Pre-Calculus 40S or Applied Mathematics 40S may be used as an academic course for admission, Pre-Calculus 40S is required as a prerequisite for courses in certain programs.

4

Calculu

• Aboriginal Studies 30 • Social Studies 30-1

• One of English 12 or English 12 First Peoples

Ontario

Math

• One or more distinct languages at the 30, 20-6Y, 20-9Y, or 20-12Y level

British Columbia / Yukon Territories

Nova Scotia

Social Studies

New Brunswick: While either Foundations of Math 120 or Pre-Calculus A120 and B120 may be used as an academic course for admission, Pre-Calculus A120 and B120 are required as a prerequisite for courses in certain programs.

• Calculus 32

• Calculus 12

• MCV4U

• Mathemati

• Calculus 30

5

Newfoundland and Labrador: While either of Advanced Mathematics 3200 or Mathematics 3201 may be used as an academic coursefor admission, Mathematics 3200 is required as a prerequisite for courses in certain programs.

6

Nova Scotia: While any of Pre-Calculus 12, Advanced Mathematics 12, Mathematics 12, any Mathematics Foundations 12 may be used as an academic course for admission, Pre-Calculus 12, Advanced Mathematics 12, or Mathematics 12 is required as a prerequisite in certain programs.


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