Science 9 is a required course for all grade 9 students.

Science 10 is a pre-requisite for Physics 20, Chemistry 20, Biology 20 and Science 20.

Science 14 and Science 24 provides the student with a general background to the information given in other streams.  These courses provide the minimum requirements for high school graduation.

Science 20 and Science 30 
This program is designed for students pursuing a non-science related field.  Its goal is to provide students with an overview of all the sciences, so they have a general knowledge of the impacts of science on daily lives, environmental issues and a basic understanding of the principles behind modern research.  Science 30 is recognized by a growing number of post-secondary institutions.

Biology 20 
The Biology 20 program studies four major areas are:
i) Energy and Matter Exchange in the Biosphere;
ii) Ecosystems and Population Change;
iii) Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration;
iv) Human Systems.

Biology 30 
The Biology 30 program looks at four major topics:
i) Systems regulation change in the human organism,
ii) Reproduction and development;
iii) Cells, mitosis and meiosis, chromosomes and DNA;
iv) Changes in populations and communities.


Chemistry 20 
Matter and chemical changes are the themes common to all the units in Chemistry 20.  The four units of study are:
i) Diversity of Matter and Chemical Bonding;
ii) Forms of Matter - Gasses;
iii) Matter as Solutions, Acids, and Bases;
iv) Quantitative Relationship in Chemical Changes.

Chemistry 30 
Chemistry 30 consists of three units of study:
i) Thermochemical Changes;
ii) Electrochemical Changes;
iii) Chemical Equilibrium Focusing on Acid-Base systems.

Physics 20 
Energy is the common theme in Physics 20.  The four units of study are:
i) Kinematics;
ii) Dynamics;
iii) Circular Motion, Work and Energy
iv) Oscillatory Motion and Mechanical Waves.

Physics 30 
The themes of Physics 30 are energy, change, systems, matter, and diversity. 
The units of study are:
i) Momentum and Impulse
ii) Forces and Fields;
iii) Electromagnetic Radiation;
iv) Atomic Physics