​Learning Online will offer 9 Immersion classes in the 2020 - 2021 school year.  These classes can be used towards the 12 French Immersion credits required to obtain bilingual status upon graduation.

French Immersion Classes

  • Français 9
  • Français 10
  • Français 20
  • Français 30
  • Sciences Sociales 9
  • ​Histoire 10
  • Histoire 20
  • Sciences Sociales 30
  • Français Intégré A20​ (Summer Only)
  • Transitions dans la vie 30

Français 9 -  This course is designed for students who have chosen to pursue their education in the French Immersion program setting. The emphasis will be put on reading and writing abilities and on oral communication, which are all essential to the acquisition of a second language.

Français 10  (Prerequisite Français 9)  - This course will include an experiential dimension emphasizing communication and allowing the student to approach various themes and interesting subjects in order to encourage an authentic usage of the French language. There is also an analytical dimension allowing the student to correctly integrate the necessary knowledge of the language in comprehension and in production. 

Français 20  (Prerequisite Français 10) This course will include an experiential dimension emphasizing communication and allowing the student to approach various themes and interesting subjects in order to encourage an authentic usage of the French language. There is also an analytical dimension allowing the student to correctly integrate the necessary knowledge of the language in comprehension and in production. 

Français 30  (Prerequisite Français 20) This course will include an experiential dimension emphasizing communication and allowing the student to approach various themes and interesting subjects in order to encourage an authentic usage of the French language. There is also an analytical dimension allowing the student to correctly integrate the necessary knowledge of the language in comprehension and in production.

Sciences Sociales 9 - The grade 9 Social Studies course is an introduction to social science concepts and focuses on understanding the relationships between measuring time, human evolution, early civilizations and First Nations. In particular the course focuses on the origin and roots of Canadian Society and Culture. The purpose is to use these themes to help students know and appreciate the past, understand the present, influence the future and make connections between events and issues of the past, present and the future.

Histoire 10 -  (Prerequisite Sciences Sociales 9) - Students develop the knowledge, skills, and values necessary to appreciate the past, understand the present, and influence the future. The theme of this course is social organizations. Within this theme, students will study politics, economics, nationalism, international trade, and international relations in a historic setting. The periods of The Enlightenment, French Revolution, Industrial Revolution, Nineteenth Century Nationalism, Imperialism, and the prelude to World War I will be used to illustrate a variety of global concepts.

Histoire 20   (Prerequisite Histoire 10) - This course examines the major personalities, issues, forces and events that have shaped the 20th Century. We study concepts such as change, ideology, nationalism, imperialism, and collective security. Specific topics include Russian Revolution, World War I, totalitarian regimes, World War II, the Cold War, Arab-Israeli relations, and current world affairs.

Sciences Sociales 30 (Prerequisite Histoire 10) This course deals with contemporary issues facing Canadians. The emphasis in this course is to develop students' abilities to think and reason dialectically in their consideration of issues, and their approach to solving problems. In each unit the historical experience of Canadians is viewed from a modern perspective in an attempt to understand who we are, and why we react the way we do as a people, to the current issues and problems which confront us as citizens of the nation and the world

Français Intégré A20 - This course provides students the opportunity to use and practice their French language skills while working through modules.  The modules that are included in Français Intégré A20 are la sociologie and le cinéma.

​Transitions dans la vie 30 - The aim of Transitions dans la vie 30 is to enable the student to acquire and refine the knowledge, skills and abilities to plan and enhance the student's personal health, family life, community life, and career development. This will assist in effectively managing the change encountered in the transitions students will face throughout life.​