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​​Family Studies

 

Family studies is a multidisciplinary subject area that encompasses four areas: fashion and housing; food and nutrition; general family studies; and raising and caring for children. 

In family studies courses, students learn about laws and policies that affect individuals and families in Canada and around the world. They also become familiar with the theoretical perspectives and practical research that underpin our understandings of individual and family development. All courses in family studies encourage students to develop critical and creative thinking skills. Students are given opportunities to deepen their understanding of relevant issues and to develop practical skills, including research and inquiry skills

 

Teachers

 

B. Jones
P. Adefarakan 
J. Cajic

 

Courses


Grade 9
HFN1O0 Food and Nutrition
 
Grade 10
HIF2O0  Exploring Family Studies 
 
Grade 11
HFC3M0 Food and Culture

HPC3O0 Raising Healthy Children

HNC3CO  Understanding Fashion
 
Grade 12

HNB4M0 The World of Fashion

HFA4U0 Nutrition and Health

HHS4M0 Families in Canada

HIP4O0 Personal Life Management​ ​​

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