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AP Biology

AP Biology explores the foundations of life on earth, starting with the biochemistry that occurs inside cells and progressing through the function of organelles and genetics. Towards the latter…

Grade AP

Subject Sciences

Type Online

Graduation Credits 4

AP Biology

Grade
AP

Subject
Sciences

Type
Online

AP Biology explores the foundations of life on earth, starting with the biochemistry that occurs inside cells and progressing through the function of organelles and genetics. Towards the latter half of the course, students will explore the theory of natural selection, evolution and the links within ecology.

Requirements

This is a high level academic course and therefore requires a significant time commitment. Students are required to be in grade 11 or 12. It is strongly recommended that students have completed Life Science 11 and/or Chemistry 11 prior to enrolling in AP Biology. If students do not have either of these course prerequisites, admission to AP Biology will be at the discretion of the course teacher.

Major Units and Topics

  • Object-Oriented Programming
  • Class Structure and Design
  • Arrays and Algorithms
  • Conditions and Logic
  • Two-Dimensional Arrays
  • Chemistry of Life
  • Cell Structure and Function
  • Cellular Energetics
  • Cellular Communication and Cell Cycle
  • Heredity
  • Gene Expression and Regulation
  • Natural Selection
  • Ecology

Assessment

This course will require a total of 8 unit tests – each composed of questions from past AP exams. The course will also involve the creation of a full lab report. The main focus of assessment is to determine student’s progress through the course and prepare each student for the AP exam in the summer, regardless of whether they intend on writing the AP exam or not.

Comparative Civilizations Program

UPDATE: We are now planning for a Comp Civ trip in the spring of 2024. Please click for more information!

Grade 12

Subject Arts Education, Christian Studies, Elective or BAA, Social Studies

Type Online

Graduation Credits 12-20

Comparative Civilizations Program

Grade
12

Subject
Arts Education, Christian Studies, Elective or BAA, Social Studies

Type
Online

The Comparative Civilizations Program (with overseas travel) is an intensely spiritual and life-affirming experience. After the challenges of the Covid-19 phenomenon, it has been decided that we will try and bring back the program for the 2023/2024 school year with the trip to Europe occurring some time in March of 2024. Below is a sample draft of course credit and potential travel destinations.

Please note that you can earn a minimum of 12 credits by choosing at least three courses from the following Comparative Civilizations Program course list:

  • CompCiv – Art Studio 12 (with overseas travel)
  • CompCiv – Christian Studies 12 (with overseas travel)
  • CompCiv – Comparative Cultures 12 (with overseas travel)
  • CompCiv – Philosophy 12 (with overseas travel)
  • CompCiv – World Religions 12 (with overseas travel)


  • The remaining 8 credits can be earned through completion of a Final Summative Project which focus on TARGETED lessons pertaining to a students non-CORE choices.

    Each study/travel course combo is designed to best fit your particular interests and transcript needs. For more information about coursework and credits see the program page or contact Mr. Eric Vanee .

Requirements

Completion of Humanities 10 and Humanities 11 recommended but not required.

Note: Humanities 12 may be taken concurrently with the Comparative Civilizations Program.

Major Units and Topics

  • The First Epoch – In the Beginning
  • The Second Epoch – Shifts in Thought
  • The Third Epoch – A Glorious Interruption (Tensions and Transitions)
  • The Fourth Epoch – Triumphant Human

Assessment

This is a synchronous hybrid course which is part of a larger blended multi-credit travel program.
12 weekly Assignment Sets
Field Assignment in Europe
Participation in Weekly Lectures
Option to do Extended Study

Computer Studies 10

This is an awesome course that dives into the world of computers and computer software! Students learn about the physical aspects of computers all the way to learning about spreadsheet software,

Grade 10

Subject ADST

Type Online

Graduation Credits 4

Computer Studies 10

Grade
10

Subject
ADST

Type
Online

This is an awesome course that dives into the world of computers and computer software! Students learn about the physical aspects of computers all the way to learning about spreadsheet software, how to use the command line, and a little bit of programming. This course is offered as a hybrid course to allow students some freedom to explore their interests. In the last two units on programming, students can choose which programming language they are curious to learn about. Additionally, on the final project, students get to focus on their favourite unit of the course whether it is physical tech, working with spreadsheets, programming, etc!

Requirements

  • Access to computer or laptop
  • The ability to print if students want to complete assignments by pencil

Major Units and Topics

  • Computer Basics
  • Maintenance, Security Risks, and Troubleshooting
  • Impacts and Ethical Considerations of Technology
  • Business Applications of Software
  • Shortcuts and the Command Line
  • Introduction to Programming 1
  • Introduction to Programming 2

Assessment

  • Each unit includes:
  • Lessons
  • Quiz
  • Assignment


At the end of the course:
  • Final Project

AP Computer Science A

This course utilizes the interactive, comprehensive, and AP endorsed curriculum from Code.org that uses the Java programming language.

Grade AP

Subject ADST

Type Online

Graduation Credits 4

AP Computer Science A

Grade
AP

Subject
ADST

Type
Online

This course utilizes the interactive, comprehensive, and AP endorsed curriculum from Code.org that uses the Java programming language. The syllabus can be found here. Students also have the option to complete the AP exam, and if they score high enough they can earn university computer science credits to apply to post secondary education. Please note, families will be invoiced for the associated exam fees if a student chooses to write the AP exam.

Requirements

  • Access to computer or laptop
  • AP college board student account
  • Code.org student account

Additionally, the College Board makes the following recommendation:
It is recommended that a student in the AP Computer Science A course has successfully completed a first-year high school algebra course with a strong foundation of basic linear functions, composition of functions, and problem-solving strategies that require multiple approaches and collaborative efforts. In addition, students should be able to use a Cartesian (x, y) coordinate system to represent points on a plane. It is important that students and their advisers understand that any significant computer science course builds upon a foundation of mathematical reasoning that should be acquired before attempting such a course.

Major Units and Topics

  • Object-Oriented Programming
  • Class Structure and Design
  • Arrays and Algorithms
  • Conditions and Logic
  • Two-Dimensional Arrays
  • ArrayLists and String Methods
  • Method Decomposition and Recursion
  • Searching and Sorting
  • AP Exam Review and Practice

Assessment

Each unit will usually include:
  • Interactive lessons
  • Practice Questions
  • Two Quizzes
  • Review Assignment
  • Practice Test
  • Test
  • Activities/Explorations unique to AP

Computer Science 12

An extension of what is learned in Computer Science 11, this course is for those who want to go deeper! Students learn deeper programming concepts using one of the most in-demand programming…

Grade 12

Subject Mathematics

Type Online

Graduation Credits 4

Computer Science 12

Grade
12

Subject
Mathematics

Type
Online

An extension of what is learned in Computer Science 11, this course is for those who want to go deeper! Students learn deeper programming concepts using one of the most in-demand programming languages– Java. We will work through seven non-introductory chapters of the textbook “Introduction to Java Programming” by Y. Daniel Liang. Students do not need to download any programming software onto their computers since we will be using a great browser-based IDE– Repl.it. The course is offered as a hybrid course to allow students some freedom to explore their interests in projects!

Requirements

Prerequisite: Computer Science 11

  • Access to computer or laptop
  • Repl.it account for submissions

Major Units and Topics

  • Multidimensional Arrays
  • Objects and Classes
  • Object-Oriented Thinking
  • Inheritance and Polymorphism
  • Exception Handling and Text I/O
  • Recursion
  • Sorting

Assessment

  • Each unit includes:
  • Textbook chapter
  • Exercises
  • Assignment


⅓ through the course:
  • Project 1


⅔ through the course:
  • Project 2


At the end of the course:
  • Final Project

Computer Science 11

No prior programming experience is needed for this introduction to computer science course! We start right at the beginning. In this course, students learn one of the most in-demand programming…

Grade 11

Subject Mathematics

Type Online

Graduation Credits 4

Computer Science 11

Grade
11

Subject
Mathematics

Type
Online

No prior programming experience is needed for this introduction to computer science course! We start right at the beginning. In this course, students learn one of the most in-demand programming languages– Java. We will work through the first seven chapters of the textbook “Introduction to Java Programming” by Y. Daniel Liang. Students do not even need to download any programming software onto their computers since we will be using a great browser-based IDE– Repl.it. The course is offered as a hybrid course to allow students some freedom to explore their interests in projects whether they are curious about making games, building a sudoku-solver, mathematics in programming, etc!

Requirements

  • Access to computer or laptop
  • Repl.it account for submissions

Major Units and Topics

  • Introduction to Programs and Java
  • Elementary Programming
  • Selections
  • Mathematical Functions, Characters, and Strings
  • Loops
  • Single-Dimensional Arrays

Assessment

  • Each unit includes:
  • Textbook chapter
  • Exercises
  • Assignment


⅓ through the course:
  • Project 1


⅔ through the course:
  • Project 2


At the end of the course:
  • Final Project

Foundations of Math and Precalculus 10

Individualized/Hybrid FPC math 10 satisfies the math 10 graduation requirement (math 11 is also required) and helps to prepare students for Pre-Calculus 11 or Foundations of Math 11.

Grade 10

Subject Mathematics

Type Individualized, Hybrid

Graduation Credits 4

Foundations of Math and Precalculus 10

Grade
10

Subject
Mathematics

Type
Individualized, Hybrid

Individualized/Hybrid FPC math 10 satisfies the math 10 graduation requirement (math 11 is also required) and helps to prepare students for Pre-Calculus 11 or Foundations of Math 11. Students learn a variety of Algebra concepts and are introduced to trigonometry. Students are able to select from a variety of textbooks to learn the major topics in the course.

Requirements

There are many textbook options and include:
  • Foundation and Pre-Calculus Math 10 by Pearson
  • Mathematics 10 BC Edition by Dynamic Classroom
  • Theories and Problems for Foundation and Pre-Calculus Math 10 by Crescent Beach Publication


It is also possible to use American books like Saxon, Teaching Textbook and Math-U-See. In general students using an American book should start FPC math 10 at the midpoint of Algebra 1. Typically they will complete Algebra 1 and then start Algebra 2.



Other textbooks may also work for this course. Please consult the course teacher to discuss other options.

Major Units and Topics

Linear Relations
  • Equations of a line
  • Slope
  • Graphing lines
Linear Systems
  • Intersection point of 2 lines
  • Algebraic and Graphical solution
Polynomials
  • Multiplication of binomials
  • Factoring of trinomials
Exponents and Prime Numbers
  • Exponent laws
  • Prime number factorization
  • Greatest Common Factor
  • Least Common Multiple
Functions and Relations
  • Definition of a function
  • Function notation
  • Domain and range or functions
Trigonometry of Right Triangles
  • Primary trigonometric ratios
  • Pythagorean Theorem
Financial Literacy
  • Income tax
  • Types of income

Assessment

Each student submits work from their textbooks. They also complete 6 topic quizzes, 2 projects,3 mini-assignments and a course review quiz.

Langley CC Plus - Grade 11

Langley CCPlus Click Course Schedule for a detailed description of expectations including weekly classes, online lectures, virtual…

Grade 11

Subject Career Education, Christian Studies, Elective or BAA, English Language Arts, Social Studies

Type Community Connections Plus

Graduation Credits 16

Langley CC Plus - Grade 11

Grade
11

Subject
Career Education, Christian Studies, Elective or BAA, English Language Arts, Social Studies

Type
Community Connections Plus

Langley CCPlus

Click Course Schedule for a detailed description of expectations including weekly classes, online lectures, virtual sessions, and field trips.

Humanities 11 includes the following course combinations:
  • Humanities 11 – Social Studies 11 (4 credits)
  • Humanities 11 – Christian Studies 11 (4 credits)
  • Humanities 11 – Literary Studies 11 (4 credits)
  • Humanities 11 – Leadership 11 (4 credits)


Note that grade levels assigned depend on courses completed in prior years according to a student’s official transcript of grades.

Humanities 11 is far more than just a 16 credit arrangement. Although students receive full credit for a number of important graduation program courses, the integrated approach, which Humanities 11 employs, blends the literary and cultural developments of the times with enduring biblical reference points. The eight episode modules follow Canadian history from 1914 to the present and are best understood as a testimony to the promise and failure of progress and modernity – that is, the propensity of human beings to enlarge, expand, ascend, or otherwise prove one’s personhood in moral and cultural space.

Humanities 11 is not bounded by these dates. While journeying through periods of war and peace, fragmentation and reform it is hoped that students will engage an innovative framework that first considers the late modern basis for social order, and thereafter work through learning interventions that compel them to recover their ‘voice’ in view of 20th century developments that remain formative on human thought and practice today.

Furthermore, adding Leadership 11, featuring a deep dive into the joy of Gospel Leadership, is an efficient way to build a high school graduation transcript attractive to both post-secondary employers and institutions of higher education. The possibilities are limitless with this multifaceted and multi-genre program.

Requirements

This course is delivered through Langley Community Connections. Registration for these courses must be completed through Learning Groups.

Attendance of weekly FACE-TO-FACE classes and LIVE lectures/ tutorials with the teaching team using ZOOM video conferencing. Enthusiasm for robust biblical engagement with historical and literary themes.

Major Units and Topics

  • Episode 1: The Rise and Fall of Empires (1914 to 1919)
  • Episode 2: Boom and Bust (20s and 30s)
  • Episode 3: Violence and Violation (40s and 50s)
  • Episode 4: Aquarius and Angst (60s and 70s)
  • Episode 5: Money as Meaning (the 1980s)
  • Episode 6: New World Order (the 1990s)
  • Episode 7: Digital Kids (the 2000s)
  • Episode 8: The Liquid Modern Age (2010 – Present)

Assessment

This is a synchronous hybrid multi-credit 8-episode program.

8 monthly Assignment Sets

Field Trips: Langley CC-organized and/or alternative home-initiated activities/excursions.

Chilliwack CC Plus - Grade 11

This class meets weekly on Thursdays. Grade 10 students will earn credit for Literary Studies 10, Composition 10, Social..

Grade 11

Subject Christian Studies, Elective or BAA, English Language Arts, Social Studies

Type Community Connections Plus

Graduation Credits 12

Chilliwack CC Plus - Grade 11

Grade
11

Subject
Christian Studies, Elective or BAA, English Language Arts, Social Studies

Type
Community Connections Plus

This class meets weekly on Thursdays. Grade 10 students will earn credit for Literary Studies 10, Composition 10, Social Studies 10, and Christian Studies 10 for a total of 12 credits.

Grade 11 students who completed Humanities at CC+ in a previous year can also register to earn credit for Literary Studies 11, Social Studies 10, and Christian Studies 11 for a total of 12 credits. This synchronous face-to-face class will incorporate varied collaborative and independent activities through different modes of learning as well as some homework to complete all course requirements.

Martin Luther King Jr. said, “The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice.” Looking at the last 100 years of history could cause us to question the truth of this quote. After all, the Holocaust, Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the Vietnam War, and genocide in Rwanda and Yugoslavia are clear evidence of the depth of human sin. However, the past 100 years has also has many advancements for justice, such as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, desegregation and the end of apartheid, and the fall of communism in many parts of the world. And where has God been in all of this? What does the Bible say about God’s heart for justice, and how is Christ’s work of reconciliation and redemption tied into the pursuit of justice on this side of eternity? In Humanities 10, students will not only gain a better understanding of the last 100 years of human history from a Canadian perspective, but they will have the opportunity to read, write, and speak about who we are as the human race. They will hopefully develop their own hearts for justice, in the hopes that in the next 100 years the moral arc of the universe will bend a little farther in the right direction. For more information, see the Learning Groups website.

Requirements

Attendance at weekly classes from September through June.

Completed Online Application link and acceptance required; see the Learning Groups website for further details. These courses are added internally.

Approximately half of instructional time will be face to face in Community Connections. The other half will be delivered in an online format, with students completing weekly assignments in each of the courses.

Review all communication sent from the CC coordinator and teacher, generally through email.

Major Units and Topics

Literary Studies and Composition 10:
  • Learning to Write Well
  • To Kill a Mockingbird
  • Merchant of Venice
  • Short stories and poems


Social Studies 10
  • 1914-1940
  • 1940-1963
  • 1963-1990
  • 1990-2001
  • 2001-Present


Christian Studies 10
  • Social Justice
  • Luke


*topics are subject to change from year to year

Assessment

Formative and summative assessment of the Grade 11 core and course competencies through varied strategies including:

Lit Studies and Composition:
  • In-class and online forum discussions
  • Response and reflection questions
  • To Kill a Mockingbird Essay
  • Merchant of Venice Performance
  • Variations on a Theme Project
  • Social Studies inquiry project
  • Do Justice community service project
  • Justice Seeker Biography report