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Course Changes: Semester Two

Students are encouraged to make any semseter two course changes BEFORE semester one exams begin.Once exams start, the next opportunity to make a course change will be from Feb. 1st to Feb. 19th.  Students will need to pick up a course change request form from the Guidance Office during this time period. No appointments are needed.

Port Credit S.S. Course Selection 2019-2020



                                                 Math Pathway Chart 2017.pdf



Course Selection Instructions:    



Grade 9 Students: Moving to Grade 10       

Assembly PPT:  ​ Grade 9 to 10 Student course selection 2019.pdf


Grade 10 Students:  Moving to Grade 11

Assembly PPT: ​​Grade 10 to 11 Student course selection assembly 2018.pdf



Grade 11 Students: Moving to Grade 12   

Assembly PPT:Grade 11 to 12 Course Selection Assembly PCSS 2019-20.pdf




​Course selection dates:  myBluePrint  is open from Dec. 11th to Jan. 15th.


Course verification sheets, with parent/guardian signature, are due back to each student's home form teacher by:

Tues. Jan. 15th 


Students are reminded to speak with their parents and teachers so they may make wise course decisions, as course change requests later on in the year may not be possible because a course is full or cancelled.  After Jan. 15th, requests for course changes will only be done through course change form,which may be picked up from the Guidance Office. Forms will be available for a limited time only.


General Information:  Timetable Changes


When making course selections, all students are encouraged to make thoughtful and appropriate course changes, in collaboration with their parents/guardians, teachers and Guidance Counsellors.  If availability exists, some changes might be accommodated.  Student must check announcements for the next  opportunity to change their selections.  It must be understood that, due to staffing and timetable restrictions, not all change requests can be accommodated.





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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