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School District No. 43(Coquitlam)
Advanced Credit (High School Credit - Face-to-Face) Program - Grades 10 - 12

Dates and Times:

Registration Opening Dates:

Grade 10 Advanced Credit:  Friday May 4 at 6am

Grade 11 Advanced Credit:  Tuesday May 8 at 6am

Grade 12 Advanced Credit:  Friday May 11 at 6am

Program Dates:

 ​July 4 - August 10

(No instruction on July 23, July 30, Aug 6)

Program Times:8:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. (AM) and/or 12:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. (PM)


Program Information:

Advanced Credit (High School Credit) courses are full credit coursesStudents who complete these courses will receive full credit and their final mark on their transcript 

Please be aware that Advanced Credit courses are rigorous and intense.  Completing a full credit course in six weeks requires a serious commitment from the student as classes are three and a half hours long, there is regular homework involved, and daily attendance is a must.  Please register only if you are making this commitment.

All registration is online.  All students must create or update their account before registering for a summer course.  Do this today!  Registration & Account Info

Please make course selections carefully when registering.   A refundable $100 deposit applies.  There are transfer and/or withdrawal fees associated with course changes.  Courses that include a workbook will include an addditional fee, paid upon registration.  See Fees and Refunds/Withdrawals (note that our refund and withdrawal policies have changed this year. Please review them thoroughly).

Course offerings and schedule may change during registration based on registration 

PLEASE CHECK ONLINE FAST TRACK for more course offerings or if sections below are full.


Course Information*


Centennial Secondary

8:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Centennial Secondary

12:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Gleneagle Secondary

8:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Gleneagle Secondary

12:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Biology 11FullFull
Biology 12  YY
Canadian Studies 10 (See EAL)  Y 
Chemistry 11YFullY
Chemistry 12  YY
Communications 12   Y
Composition 11 (see EAL)  YY

English 10

Students in this course will complete two two-credit modules for a total of four credits, as per the new curriculum.  Students will expand their communication skills, learn to critically evaluate digital media, and will collaborate to become more effective and literate users of language.

English 11YYFullY
English 12YYFullY
Math 10 Foundations & Pre-CalculusYYYY
Math 10 Apprenticeship & Workplace   Y 
Math 11 Apprenticeship & Workplace  Y 
Math 11 Pre-CalculusFullFullFullY
Math 12 Pre-CalculusFull​YFullY
Physics 11FullYFullFull
Physics 12  FullFull
Science 10Y​YYY

Social Studies 10

This course will reflect the new BC curriculum for Social Studies.  The new Social Studies 10 curriculum includes six major thinking concepts: significance, evidence, continuity and change, cause and consequence, perspective, and ethical judgment. These thinking concepts will be applied to such topics as global and regional conflicts, the development of political institutions, and historical and contemporary views of what it means to be Canadian.


Social Studies 11

Students in this course will experience three Explorations units as per the new Social Studies curriculum
Through the Social Studies 11 curriculum, students will delve deeper into the six key disciplinary thinking concepts: significance, evidence, continuity and change, cause and consequence, perspective, and ethical judgment. They will also have opportunities to explore and better understand their own identity, perspectives, and values as well as develop the competencies that encourage active, informed citizenship. They will develop the ability to think critically, consider different perspectives and ideas with an open mind, and disagree respectfully with those who have different opinions or points of view. They will be empowered to stay informed about public policy and take action on issues important to them.



Additional Information:

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*Classes may be combined, cancelled or moved where necessary.

Courses marked "Y" are offered at the specific school in that column.  Once registration starts they are either marked "Open" meaning there is plenty of space in the course or "Space is limited" meaning there may be limited space left in this course.  When registering online you will be informed if a particular course is full.  If course is full please select a different course or check back regularly as space may become available.

Please also click here to see  Online FastTrack classes, as most courses have space.

Provincial Exams:

English 12 and Communication 12 courses will include a Provincial Exam. 

Note:  The Numeracy Assessment will not be offered in summer.

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