Departments

Arts

 Music Ensembles

Senior Concert Band - Tuesdays after school in room 1026

Junior Concert Band - Wednesdays after school in room 1026

Jazz Band - Thursdays after school in room 1026

 

Dance Groups

Dance Team - Wednesdays after school in room 2078

Hip Hop Club - Thursdays after school in 2078

Contemporary Dance -  Fridays after school

 

Drama Groups

Drama Club - Thursdays after school in room 1009

 

Music Theatre

Production of 'Little Shop of Horrors' in June 2020

 

 

Business and Computer Studies

 

Canadian and World Studies

 

Teachers:

Aginam, C.

Burchmore, L.

Cornish, G

Craig, N.

Czesnik, D.

Durant, M.

Elliott, B.

Malcolmson, N.

Okaeme, A.

Soots, A.

 

 

Courses Offered:

CGC 1D/P       Issues in Canadian Geography

CHV 2O          Civics

CHC 2D/P       Canadian History

CGC 3O          Travel and Tourism

CLU 3M          Introduction to Law

CHW 3M        World History to the end of the 15th Century

CHA 3U          American History

CHY 4U/C      World History Since the 15th Century

CHI 4U           Canadian History

CLN 4U          Canadian and International Law

CGW 4U         Canadian and World Issues

 

Ontario Curriculum Grades 9 and 10 (Canadian and World Studies)

http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/curriculum/secondary/canworld910curr2013.pdf

Ontario Curriculum Grades 11 and 12 (Canadian and World Studies)

http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/curriculum/secondary/2015cws11and12.pdf

 

Cooperative Education

 

Modern Languages

 

Teachers:   Mme  Shariff and Mme Garber

 

Courses this semester:  FSF 1P1

                                           FSF 1D1

                                           FSF 2D1

                                           FSF 3U1

                                           FSF 4U1

English

 

Guidance

 

 Grade 8 Students

 

Family and Community Information: Gr8 to Gr9 Transition for Students with Special Education Strengths & Needs

 

An online presentation is now available to provide information to families and community partners supporting transitions of students with special education strengths & needs from Gr8 to Gr9 for September 2020.  Available digitally, the information is accessible in an ‘on demand’ format to meet the time and location preferences of those accessing.

 

Individual sessions continue to be facilitated at each secondary school.

 

The information can be found through YouTube on the Inclusive Student Services channel  or by QR Code:

Link: https://youtu.be/oQJLYUHpxRA

OR

QR code to link to the video

 QR Code For Video

 

Course selection deadline Febuary 13th 2020 

 

 

Career Cruising 

Course Calendar Selections 2020-2021 Course Calendar

Graduation & Commencment

Friday June 26, 2020 at 10am

Scarborough Convention Centre

20 Torham Pl, Scarborough, ON M1X 0B3

(416) 335-6060


 

 

 

OSSD Requirements

Potential Graduates have completed:

  • 40 hours of community involvement - Form Available Here
  • Literacy requirement
  • 30 credits by June 19th, 2020, including all compulsory credits

Please ensure that you have your 40 Community Service Hours completed and submitted by May 1st in the year you intend to graduate. Until your hours have been submitted and verified, you will not be eligible to receive your Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD).

Community Involvement Hours

A minimum of 40 hours of community involvement is required for graduation.  As hours are completed, please submit forms to the Guidance office.

View community involvement hours information

Career Planning

View career planning resourses

 Course Selection / Individual Pathway Planning

 

Course Selection for 2020/2021 - February 13, 2020 Course Sign-off sheets due to Homeroom Teachers

Grade 12 students returning for a fifth year must complete the Approval Form. 

Drop by Guidance for further information

 

 

Course selection deadline Febuary 13th 2020 

Career Cruising

Course Calendar Selections 2020-2021 Course Calendar

Awards, Bursaries and Scholarships
View information on awards, bursaries and scholarships
Transcripts

 Transcript Ordering

There will be a $5 fee per transcript, and an extra fee if you choose to have your transcript delivered by courier, please see below.

You MUST contact guidance at 905-420-1885 or pineridgess@ddsb.ca to provide the student's full name and date of birth, delivery information and/or pick up time for your order to be completed.

 

Please click here to order your transcript

 

Health and Physical Education

 

Library

 

Mathematics

 

Science

 

Social Sciences and Humanities

 

Special Education

 

Making Education Special

 

 We are here to help
 
  • Our inclusive services department is here to help. We work with students that have a wide range of abilities and provide the necessary accommodations to help them be successful in high school and to reach their desired destination after high school, whatever that happens to be.
  • If you have questions or concerns about your child and they have an IEP please contact us at 905 420 1885 ext. 232 2030
 Upcoming important dates/time periods you should be aware of if your child has an IEP
 
  • October
    • Updated IEPS are sent home for parent/guardian(s) to review
  • Early - Late March
    • All parents/guardians of students with an IEP will receive an invitation letter to the annual IPRC meeting.  If you are interested in attending, please follow the instructions to book your appointment time.
  • 1st Week of April
    • Deadline for parent/guardians of student with an IEP to respond by electronically booking their time slot for the annual review of placement meeting.
  • April
    • The annual IPRC meeting will be held for all students with an IEP.
 What is an IEP
 
  • An IEP is an Individual Education Plan
  • Students who have received a professional assessment may be deemed to be a student with special needs
  • This is a specific plan that explains an exceptional student’s strengths and needs and states any necessary accommodations or modifications to support the student’s learning needs based on their specific identification
  • This document also includes the student’s goal when leaving high school
 What is an IPRC
 
  • A committee within each school made up to discuss how to best support the needs of students with special needs.
  • What does IPRC stands for?

I – Identification

P – Placement

R – Review

C – Committee

 IPRC or review of placement meetings
 

Technological Education