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The Reminder is making its archives back to 2003 available on our website. Please note that, due to technical limitations, archive articles are presented without the usual formatting.

The Reminder is making its archives back to 2003 available on our website. Please note that, due to technical limitations, archive articles are presented without the usual formatting.

Students enrolled in the potential high school program at Creighton Community School would have dozens of courses from which to choose. The new feasibility study on the possible inclusion of grades 10 to 12 at the school lists a wide range of proposed classes for high school students. Aside from mandatory credits such as English, the report lists 51 optional courses to be offered if the new grades are implemented. See 'Courses' P.# Con't from P.# Those optional courses consist of: Humanities Communication Studies (grade 11) Creative Writing (grade 11) Journalism Studies (grade 11) Media Studies (grade 11) French (grades 11 and 12) Cree (grades 11 and 12) Geography (grades 11 and 12) Economics (grades 11 and 12) Psychology (grades 11 and 12) Law (grade 12) Math and Science Mathematics A (grade 12) Mathematics B (grade 12) Mathematics C (grade 12) General Mathematics (grade 12) Calculus (grade 12) Physics (grades 11 and 12) Chemistry (grades 11 and 12) Biology (grades 11 and 12) Computer Science (grades 11 and 12) Life Skills Physical Education (grades 11 and 12) Life Transitions (grades 11 and 12) Fine Arts Drama (grades 11 and 12) Visual Art (grades 11 and 12) Choral Music (grades 10, 11 and 12) Vocational Accounting (grades 11 and 12) Graphic Arts (grades 11 and 12) Practical and Applied Arts Survey A (grade 11) Practical and Applied Arts Survey A (grade 12) Practical and Applied Arts Survey B (grade 11) Practical and Applied Arts B (grade 12) Career and Work Exploration (grades 10 and 11) Career and Work Exploration A and B (grade 12) In addition, the report lists 27 other subject areas that could be offered as stand-alone full credit options. These include food studies and welding.