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Course Selection

All course selections will be done using MyBluePrint. Please ensure you are able to login to your MyBluePrint account prior to the Winter Break. If you are unable to, please see your guidance counsellor.

 

Course selection information sessions for the 2016-2017 school year will take place during the first week of January 2016.  Students will be able to select their courses using MyBluePrint commencing February 1, 2016. Course selection closes on February 12, 2016.

 

For any course changes request, please print this COURSE CHANGE FORM, complete it, get it signed and submit it to your guidance counsellor.

 

Listing of all courses offered at DSSS for the 2016-2017 school year

Course Selection 2017- 2018.pdf

 

Course selection presentations:

Grade 9 Course Selection (Grade 9 students selecting courses for their grade 10 year)

Grade 10 Course Selection (Grade 10 students selecting courses for their grade 11 year)

Grade 11 Course Selection (Grade 11 students selecting courses for their grade 12 year)

Grade 12 Course Selection

 

Video tutorial on setting up your Office 365 email and selecting courses using MyBlueprint

If you need assistance using MyBlueprint to select your courses, please view this presentation

 

Students who have not created a MyBlueprint account should do so now. View the attached PowerPoint to learn how to create your own MyBlueprint account.

 

An introductory video to MyBlueprint education planner.

 

Link for videos on most of the Business and Tech courses Offered at DSSS 

   

Student Friendly Course Descriptions

Arts Courses

Business Courses

Canadian and World Studies Courses

Computer Studies Courses

Cooperative Education

English as a Second Language

English Courses

French Courses

GLS and Careers

Health and Physical Education Courses

Math Courses

Science Courses

Social Sciences and Humanities Courses

Spanish

Technology Studies Courses

 

Course selection is a continual process and should be based on an individual student's interests, abilities and goals. To assist with this process, students are strongly encouraged to speak to their teachers about proposed classes, read course descriptions online or in the Common Course Calendar, talk to their counsellors and parents, and speak to students who have previously taken these classes. Students choose their classes online—a password is required which can be obtained through the school.

Career Research

Students are encouraged to consult the following online resources prior to choosing their courses:

www.myblueprint.ca/peel Username | Password : contact your guidance counsellor

Course Changes

Once a student chooses a course, they are expected to remain enrolled in that course, unless there are special circumstances. Students are encouraged to speak to their teachers and counsellors, should any difficulties and/or challenges arise.

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