Repository of Summer School courses for Summer 2021

Description: (5 credits)

Math 20-1 has a continued emphasis of precise mathematical theory. The approaches are primarily algebraic and graphical. 

Prerequisite:

  • Math 10C

Description: (5 credits)

Math 20-1 has a continued emphasis of precise mathematical theory. The approaches are primarily algebraic and graphical. 

Prerequisite:

  • Math 10C

Description: (5 credits) 

Topics include trigonometry, relations and functions, permutations, combinations and binomial theorem.

This is a diploma course where students will write a government exam for 30% of their mark. There is an optional diploma exam in the summer.

Prerequisite: 

  • Math 20-1

Description: (5 credits)

Chemistry 20 is an introductory course with a focus on the study of chemical bonding, solutions, acids and bases, gaseous systems, and quantitative relationships in chemical reactions.

Prerequisite:

  • Science 10

Description: (5 credits) 

Biology 30 is a continued in-depth study of physiological systems, genetics and population ecology.

This is a diploma course where students will write a government exam for 30% of their mark. There is an optional diploma exam in the summer.

Prerequisite:

  • Biology 20

Description: (5 credits)

Chemistry 30 focuses on organic chemistry, thermochemical changes, electrochemistry and equilibrium of acid and base systems. Scientific and technological knowledge is integrated with societal issues and there is an emphasis on communication skills. This is a diploma course where students will write a government exam for 30% of their mark. There is an optional diploma exam in the summer.

Prerequisite:

  • Chemistry 20

General Psychology 20 offers students a general background in psychology. Students will start by learning about the history of psychology. They will then learn about our changing understanding of principles of learning, thinking and feeling. Later, focus will be given to longstanding and emergent psychology-related topics that affect adolescents in our society today. Through this course, students will gain an appreciation for the field of psychology and it's applicability to their lives.