COURSE SELECTION 2024/25

Welcome to the course selection information page. Here you will find pertinent information on the course selection process for the upcoming 2024/25 school year.

 

You may contact your guidance counsellor with questions at any point in the course selection process.

Amanda Heron (Department Head)

Last Names (A-C, O-R)

 

Jenny Hayden

Last Names (D–K)

 

Jennifer Schwartz

Last Names (L-N)

 

John Taylor

Last Names (S-Z)

Students, please check the 3rd page of your Semester 1 final report card (issued Feb. 2024) for a summary of your credits earned and progress towards earning your OSSD compulsory credits BEFORE YOU SUBMIT YOUR COURSE SELECTION.

Course Selection is due on February 28, 2024 at 4:00 PM.

 

See below for more details.

TIMELINE OF IMPORTANT DATES

Feb. 12 & Feb. 13, 2024

February 12th

Grade 10 Course Assembly – Period 1

Grade 11 Course Selection Assembly  – Period 2

February 13th

Grade 9 Course Assembly – Period 1

5th Year Course Talk (Lunch in Room 215)

During these assemblies you will learn about all of the courses offered next year, how to login and use myBlueprint, and how to plan for your course selection. This is the kickstart to the course selection process! No need to worry before then!

Feb. 12, 2024 @ 3:30pm

Course selection information will be updated and myBlueprint will be activated with next year’s courses.

Feb. 15, 2024 @ Lunch

SPECIAL SCHEDULE

Course Carousel from 11:15 – 12:00 pm

Students will explore courses available in the upcoming school year. Teachers from all departments will be available to talk about course options and answer your questions

Feb. 23 & Feb. 26, 2024 at Lunch

myBlueprint Tech Support in Room 311

 

Guidance counsellors will be available to troubleshoot any myBlueprint issues.

Feb. 28, 2024 @ 4:00 PM - COURSE SELECTION DUE

Course Selection Sign-Off Sheets due electronically (including parent permission) in myBlueprint

All course selections completed (submitted and approved) by February 28th at 4 PM are given equal consideration for space in NTCI

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