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May 26
2020 Summer Learning for Students

The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (EECD) is providing a free summer learning opportunity. These courses are available to students who are registered in grade 12 in a New Brunswick High School, in June of this year, in one of the four Anglophone districts. 

This program will allow you to earn a mark for the course that will be recorded on your existing transcript. It is primarily intended for those heading to university or community college in the fall.

Courses offered 

• English 122 

• Chemistry 122 

• Physics 122 

• Calculus 120 

• Pre-Calculus A 120 

• Pre-Calculus B 120 

Key Dates 

Registration opens - June 1st 

Registration closes - June 22nd

Courses begin - June 26th 

Last day of courses - July 31st 

To register 

Registrations will take place through your school, same as for regular online courses. Check with guidance or administration at your school for information. Courses need to meet a minimum enrollment threshold to be offered. Details will be shared with schools prior to the end of the registration period. 

Information for students and families 

Q. How many courses can I take?

A. Students can enroll in a maximum of two courses. 

Q. What’s the workload like? 

A. Each course is a complete 90h course, so you can expect to be putting in a substantial amount of time each day. While you can work at your own pace, it is reasonable to expect that you will need to work 4-5 hours each day for a single course. 

Q. Where/how will the course be offered? Who is teaching them? 

A. Courses will be offered through D2L Brightspace, the same platform as regular distance learning courses. Courses will be taught by online teachers from NB schools. 

Q. Do I have to have been enrolled in the course previously? 

A. No, but it will certainly help. You do need to have the prerequisites to be enrolled. 

Q. I’m in grade 11 now, can I take one of these courses? 

A. Unfortunately no, the focus is on those heading to post-secondary in the fall. 

Q. Do I need to be available each day? When do I need to be online? 

A. You need to demonstrate evidence of working each day, but there is some flexibility about when you do your work. Teachers will mostly be available in the morning (9-12). 

Q. How is my mark recorded? What if I don’t pass? 

A. Your existing transcript will be updated to indicate your mark. Where the primary intent of offering these courses is post-secondary readiness, unsuccessful attempts won’t be recorded on your transcript. 

Q. What do I need for equipment and internet? 

A. You will need a computer to complete the course (PC or Mac). Where all content is online, internet access is required. For software, you need an up to date browser (e.g. Chrome, Firefox, Safari).​

May 14
New Online Summer French Program for Students in Grades 9 and 10

REGISTRATION

Students can register for this program by using the following link, set up by the Université de Moncton: Online Registration

COST

This year there will be no cost to students, but you must be registered by the deadline and have completed all documentation ahead of time.

QUESTIONS?

Please contact Julie.McAllister@gnb.ca​​

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, a virtual online program in French provided through the Université de Moncton will be offered this summer.  

The online French program will consist of themed weeks over a four-week period in the month of July.  Students can choose to register in as many weeks as they want, up to the maximum of four weeks. 

Here are the choices for the four weeks:

  • Week 1 (June 29 - July 3, 2020): Sports & Wellness 
  • Week 2 (July 6 - 10, 2020): Environment & Science 
  • Week 3 (July 13 - 17, 2020):  Arts & Music
  • Week 4 (July 20 - 24, 2020):  Drama & Literature 

The daily schedule will be as follows:

  • 10:00 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. - online class time (with scheduled breaks)
  • 11:45 a.m.-1:00 p.m. - lunch time
  • ​1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m. - online workshops and activities (with scheduled breaks)
May 08
Transition to UNB

​Have questions about classes at UNB in the fall?  Check out their website for helpful information:  Transition to University​

May 05
Grade 12 students can get early start on post-secondary studies

The provincial government, in partnership with the University of New Brunswick, St. Thomas University, Mount Allison University and the Université de Moncton, is encouraging Grade 12 students to get an early start on their post-secondary education by enrolling in distance learning offered through the spring and summer intersession courses.

Click here for more information:  GNB.ca​

May 01
University of New Brunswick

​EXPLORE UNB ZOOM WEBINAR FOR STUDENTS IN  GRADE 11.

UNB alumni hosts will talk programs, life on campus and how to select grade 12 courses that will put you on the pathway to success. Get all your questions about UNB and preparing to apply for their degree programs answered.​

Click here for details and to register:  UNB Future Student Events​


April 29
ScholarTree

Visit ScholarTree.ca​ for scholarship opportunities.

April 29
Student Loan Information

Although student loan information sessions in New Brunswick high schools have been cancelled, presentation slides have been posted at: www.studentaid.gnb.ca

The link is titled: Presentation – Single dependent students​ and can be found on the home page directly under “Information guide”.

If any students have questions,they should contact the toll free teleservices number at 1-800-667-5626.​

March 12
Course selection presentation
February 25
Course Selection Guide 2020-2021
February 24
MATH PATHWAY

Graduation Pathways for Mathematics

Each pathway is designed to provide students with the mathematical competencies and critical thinking skills they will need after high school. Students should select courses in the pathway that best fits their interests and plans for after high school. Each pathway provides students with a different focus on math concepts and skills. Students may choose to take additional mathematics courses beyond the graduation requirements to better prepare them for what they want to do following high school.

Important Notes:

a)   Students entering grade 10 in September 2020 will be required to complete 18 credits for graduation, two of which must be math credits.

b)   In February 2021, Numbers, Relations, and Functions (NRF) 10 will be offered online for students and teachers who wish to use the resources and for those who decide to change their pathway.


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