FAQ

What are pathways?

Who am I? How do I choose a pathway?

What is MyBlueprint?

How do I make course selections?

Understanding Course Codes

Example: ENG 1D1

The first three letters identify the subject.
For example, ENG for English.

The fourth character, the first number, indicates the grade.
For example: 1 = Grade 9
(2 = Grade 10; 3 = Grade 11; 4 = Grade 12)

The fifth character identifies the course type.
For example, D = Academic
(P = Applied; L = Locally Developed; O = Open)

The sixth character is assigned to further distinguish course characteristics.
For example: 1 = 1 Credit
(2 = 2 Credits; 5 = 1/2 Credit; X = Girls; Y = Boys; F = French Immersion; E = ELearning)

Graduation Requirements

18 Compulsory Credits

4 credits in English (1 per Grade)
3 credits in Mathematics (at least 1 credit in Grade 11 or 12)
2 credits in Science
1 credit in the Arts
1 credit in Canadian Geography (Grade 9)
1 credit in Canadian History (Grade 10)
1 credit in French as a Second Language or FNMI Language
1 credit in Health and Physical Education
0.5 credit in Career Studies
0.5 credit in Civics
3 additional credits (from specific areas)

12 Elective Credits

Ontario Secondary School Literacy Requirement

40 hours of Community Involvement Activities

Contact Information

Secondary School Principal Phone Number
Beaver Brae Secondary School — Tracey Benoit, (807) 468-6401
Crolancia High School — Andrew Grant, (807) 928-2381
Dryden High School — Richard Hodgkinson, (807) 223-2316
Ignace High School — Adele Marth, (807) 934-2212
Red Lake District High School — Shawnda Norlock, (807) 727-2092
Sioux North High School — Darryl Tinney, (807) 737-3500