REQUIREMENTS FOR HMST STUDENTS

COURSE/CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS

Students must complete math and science courses with a mark of 75% or higher in each year of the program.


GRADES 9 AND 10 MATH AND SCIENCE

  • MPM1DP: Grade 9 Honours Principles of Mathematics
  • SNC1DP: Grade 9 Honours Science
  • MPM2DP: Grade 10 Honours Principles of Mathematics
  • SNC2DP: Grade 10 Honours Science

GRADE 11 MATH AND SCIENCE

  • MCR3UP: Grade 11 Honours Functions (University - Enriched)
  • SPH3UP: Grade 11 Honours Physics (University - Enriched)
  • SBI3UP: Grade 11 Honours Biology (University - Enriched)
  • SCH3UP: Grade 11 Honours Chemistry (University - Enriched)

GRADE 10/11 TECHNOLOGY COURSES

The following courses may be taken in Grade 10 OR Grade 11. There are no prerequisites for these courses.
Students must complete at least ONE of these courses.

 

  • ICS2O: Grade 10 Introduction to Computer Studies (Open)
  • ICS2OF: Grade 10 Introduction to Computer Studies (Female)
  • TCJ2O: Grade 10 Construction Engineering Technology (Open)
  • TDJ2O: Grade 10 Technological Design (Open)
  • TEJ2O: Grade 10 Computer Engineering Technology (Open)
  • TFJ2O: Grade 10 Hospitality and Tourism (Open)
  • TGJ2O: Grade 10 Communications Technology (Open)
  • TTJ2O: Grade 10 Transportation Technology (Open)
  • ICS3U: Grade 11 Introduction to Computer Studies (U)
  • TCJ3C: Grade 11 Construction Engineering Technology (C)
  • TDJ3M: Grade 11 Technological Design (U/C)
  • TEJ3M: Grade 11 Computer Engineering Technology (U/C)
  • TER3M: Grade 11 Robotics
  • TFJ3C: Grade 11 Hospitality and Tourism (College)
  • TGJ3M: Grade 11 Communications Technology (U/C)
  • TGG3M: Grade 11 Print and Graphic Communications (U/C)
  • TGG3M: Grade 11 Print and Graphic Communications (Yearbook) (U/C)
  • TTJ3C: Grade 11 Transportation Technology (C)

CONDUCT REQUIREMENTS

While academic achievement and extra-curricular involvement are an integral part of the HMST program, it is equally important for students to demonstrate good citizenship and an exceptional work ethic in order to maintain their status in the program.  All HMST students must abide by the following Code of Conduct at all times.

Students are to be treated with respect and dignity.  In return, they must demonstrate respect for themselves, for others and for the responsibilities of citizenship through respectful behaviour.  Respect and responsibility are demonstrated when a student:

  • comes to school prepared, on time, and ready to learn (including daily homework completion and timely submission of assignments)
  • shows respect for him/herself, for others, and for authority through actions and words (using considerate and courteous language)
  • shows proper care and regard for school property and the property of others
  • refrains from bringing anything to school that may compromise the safety of others
  • follows the established rules and takes responsibility for his/her own actions
  • adheres to the Online Code of Conduct.

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

HMST students must participate in at least one team, club or committee per year, in order to develop leadership skills, and to contribute to the Northview community as a whole.

At Northview, there are many opportunities to get involved:

  • Student Council and Athletic Council
  • Sports teams in the fall, winter and spring seasons
  • Clubs: including the Robotics Team, Math Club, Physics Club, Biology Club, Chess Club, Debate Club and much more!
  • Peer mentoring
  • Volunteering at school events