Curriculum

Future International School relies on teaching the Canadian curriculum in English and Arabic languages.
Canadian Curriculum (English)
Our native school in Canada is registered with the Ministry of Education in Canada from kindergarten to baccalaureate. The Canadian Secondary School Diploma enables students to study the field they want starting from the secondary level (9-10-11-12) through four different tracks:
· Science Track
· Engineering Track
· Business Track
· Liberal Arts Track

Canadian Curriculum (Arabic)
The curriculum of the Canadian Ministry of Education includes the following stages:
- Elementary education: Eight years of study starting from the first grade to the eighth grade.
- Secondary education: Four years. Students are eligible for the Canadian baccalaureate or the Turkish baccalaureate exams.

The Canadian education system is one of the most progressive in the world, with a curriculum that is globally respected.

There have been regular updates to the Ontario secondary school curriculum and at Adam Academy, we revise our courses according to these Ministry of Education updates.

  • Grade 9
    English — ENG1D
    Geography of Canada — CGC1D
    Introduction to Business – BBI10
    Principles of Mathematics – MPM1D
    Science – SNC1D
    French – FSF1P
    Exploring Technologies – TIJ10
    Drama – ADA10
  • Grade 10
    Canadian History in the 20th Century – CHC2D *
    Principles of Mathematics – MPM2D *
    Career Studies – GLC2O (1/2 credit) *
    Science – SNC2D *
    Civics – CHV2O (1/2 credit) *
    Healthy Active Living – PPL2O *
    English — ENG2D *
    Food and Nutrition – HFN2O *
    Information Technology in Business – BTT2O
  • Grade 11
    • Engineering Track
      Chemistry 11 – SCH3U
      Functions — MCR3U *
      English 11 — ENG3U *
      Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology – HSP3U
      Travel & Tourism – CGG3O
      Green Industries – THJ3M
      Physics 11 – SPH3U
      Computer Engineering Technology – TEJ3M
    • Science Track
      Functions — MCR3U *
      Biology 11 – SBI3U
      English 11 — ENG3U *
      Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology – HSP3U
      Travel & Tourism – CGG3O
      Chemistry 11 – SCH3U
      Green Industries – THJ3M
      Computer Engineering Technology – TEJ3M
    • Business Track
      Functions — MCR3U *
      The Individual and the Economy – CIE3M
      Biology 11 – SBI3U
      English 11 — ENG3U *
      Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology – HSP3U
      Marketing: Goods, Services, Events — BMI3C
      Travel & Tourism – CGG3O
      Financial Accounting Fundamentals — BAF3M
    • Liberal Arts Track
      Functions — MCR3U *
      The Individual and the Economy -CIE3M
      Biology 11 – SBI3U
      English 11 — ENG3U *
      Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology – HSP3U
      Marketing: Goods, Services, Events — BMI3C
      Travel & Tourism – CGG3O
      Financial Accounting Fundamentals — BAF3M
  • Grade 12
    • Engineering Track
      Chemistry 12 – SCH4U
      Advanced Functions – MHF4U
      Calculus and Vectors – MCV4U
      English 12 — ENG4U *
      Issues in Human Growth and Development — HHG4M
      Physics 12 – SPH4U
    • Science Track
      Chemistry 12 – SCH4U
      Biology 12 – SBI4U
      Advanced Functions – MHF4U
      Calculus and Vectors – MCV4U
      English 12 — ENG4U *
      Issues in Human Growth and Development — HHG4M
    • Business Track
      Advanced Functions — MHF4U
      Calculus and Vectors — MCV4U
      English 12 — ENG4U *
      International Business Fundamentals — BBB4M
      Issues in Human Growth and Development — HHG4M
      Canadian and World Issues – CGW4U
    • Liberal Arts Track
      English 12 — ENG4U *
      Issues in Human Growth and Development — HHG4M
      Canadian and World Issues – CGW4U
      International Business Fundamentals — BBB4M
      Mathematics of Data Management — MDM4U
      World History: The West and the World — CHY4U

Ontario Secondary School Diploma
Additional Information About Graduation / OSSD Requirements:

A) Courses listed with an asterisk “*” are compulsory courses and are a mandatory part of the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) / Graduation requirements and must be taken in the grade they are listed.

B) Students are required, during their grade 12 studies, to pass a mandatory literacy test, or complete an extra credit to ensure that all literacy requirements are met. The extra credit is the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course, Grade 12, OLC4O.

C) A third requirement for graduation from the Ontario secondary school curriculum is that students must complete 40 hours of volunteer work in the community during their grades 9 to 12 studies. The director of the SCS will advise what types of volunteer activities are permitted under this requirement.

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