The Science Department provides our students with engaging and stimulating learning experiences as they work towards assisting our students in meeting the learning outcomes as outlined within Manitoba Education's approved curriculums.
Graduation from the Province of Manitoba requires that all students complete a Grade 9 and Grade 10 Science credit.
Students completing their Grades 9 and 10 Science credits are encouraged to complete them within a regular classroom program, but alternative credit delivery settings are available to students through our Self Directed Learning Program, our English as an Additional Language Program, and our Crocus Continuing Education Program. Registration into any one of our alternative credit delivery models is planned in consultation with our Student Service teams.
Students in Grades 11 and 12 have the opportunity to expand their science knowledge and experiences by registering into one or a combination of four streams of science studies. Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, and Physics are the four science streams that are all available at the Grades 11 and 12 levels.
Students wanting a greater intellectual challenge and an opportunity to experience post-secondary studies while in a high school setting can register for our Advanced Placement® Program. Advanced Placement® credits are available in Environmental Science. Successful completion on the AP® examination may allow students to receive advanced credit or standing at numerous universities and colleges across Canada and the United States.
More detailed descriptions of the Science credits are available by reviewing our Crocus Plains Regional Secondary School's Course Guide, visiting our Student Services Department, or contacting any member of the Science Department.
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