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St. Joseph High School offers a variety of courses for students.  These courses meet the requirements of the Ministry of Education for a high school diploma and prepare students to enter a wide variety of post-secondary institutions or to move directly to the job market.  The first two years of high school are intended to be exploratory.  Hence, students are required to take a combination of compulsory classes and electives each year.  This will enable the students to choose electives at the appropriate level in their last two years of high school.

To qualify for graduation from St. Joseph, students must have a minimum of 24 credits from the 10, 20 and 30 levels.

Gr.10 - Christian Ethics 10, ELA A10, ELA B10, History 10 or Native Studies 10, Foundations of Math 10 and Workplace & Apprenticeship 10, Science 10,

Wellness 10

Gr. 11 - Christian Ethics 20, ELA 20, History 20 or Native Studies 20, Foundations of Math 20 or Pre-Calculus 20 or Workplace & Apprenticeship 20, 20 level Science

Gr. 12 - Christian Ethics 30, ELA A30, ELA B30, History 30 or Native Studies 30

For a comprehensive list of options, students are encouraged to speak with the School Counsellors and/or their Teacher Guardians.