In Ontario, grade twelve is often the final milestone in a student’s education before going to postsecondary learning. Thus it is a critical year for preparing students for life after high school. Students’ understanding and abilities are further developed during this year to prepare them for college, university, and in their future careers in life.
With such an added importance on this final year before graduation, ensuring you make the most of it is paramount, which makes taking grade 12 online courses in Ontario a great opportunity.
Taking an online course offers considerable opportunities to learn new material and explore topics you’ve never thought about before. Due to the fact that online learning offers more possibilities than traditional classrooms, we have also observed a large number of students enrolling in online courses. Some physical schools can only provide standardized courses as a result of a number of issues, including class size restrictions or a dearth of professors who qualify as subject matter experts.
Since they are not restricted to a single physical area or region, online schools have greater freedom in the instructors they may recruit, thus pulling the best there is from around the country.
People who have never used electronic learning may be apprehensive about giving it a shot, being that it’s a new approach to learning than traditional brick-and-mortar opportunities. Since many individuals are unfamiliar with online learning, often the toughest thing to accomplish is just to attempt something new.
Consider it this way: In a classroom, we frequently read textbooks, view videos, and engage in other self-directed learning activities. We utilize a variety of these tools in our online courses.
OES was created specifically as an online high school. Our teachers have expertise in instructing online learners, and our courses are organized simply and succinctly so that you may more easily direct your learning.
OES offers a wide variety of courses if you’re an international student currently enrolled in high school in Ontario or searching for an adult high school to improve your grade point average.
The following are some of the amazing and diverse grade 12 courses available at OES.
MHF4U – Advanced Functions
MHF4U Advanced Functions broadens learners’ experience with functions. Students will examine the characteristics of polynomial, rational, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions; acquire procedures for combining functions; increase their understanding of rates of change, and gain proficiency in applying these ideas and skills. Students will also improve their usage of the mathematical procedures required for success in senior mathematics. This MHF4U course is intended for both students pursuing the Calculus and Vectors course as a requirement for a university degree and those desiring to consolidate their mathematical expertise before advancing to any of a number of university programmes.
CGW4U – World Issues
This CGW4U course examines the global challenges to establishing a sustainable and just future with a focus on recent events that bring these issues to light. Students will study a range of topics, including how cultures, economics, and regions are related to one another, regional variations in the ability to provide basic human needs, and environmental preservation. CGW4U students will utilize technologies and geographic inquiry and analysis abilities to develop and present fair viewpoints on the complex issues that face Canada and an interconnected, dynamic world.
AVI4M – Visual Arts
With a range of classic and cutting-edge media and technology, this AVI4M online course aims to help students hone their usage of the creative process while producing and presenting two- and three-dimensional artworks. Students in AVI4M will dissect artworks and investigate links between art and society using the critical analysis technique.
The studio curriculum allows students to experiment with various mediums, procedures, and methods they may use to create their own works of art. Additionally, students will draw connections among numerous pieces of art in their own modern, historical, and cultural settings.
ENG4U – English
The focus of the English course in grade 12 is on helping students develop the literacy, communication, and critical and creative thinking skills necessary for success in both academics and daily life. In ENG4U, students will examine a variety of challenging literary works from various historical periods, countries, and cultural backgrounds, comprehend and evaluate factual and visual texts, and create oral, written, and media texts in a variety of formats.
Significant focus will be placed on developing writing control, selecting the reading strategies best suited to certain texts and reading objectives, and using academic language rationally and confidently. The purpose of the ENG4U course is to get students ready for college, the workplace, or university.
MCV4U – Calculus and Vectors
The Calculus and Vectors Grade 12 course offered by MCV4U focuses on students’ prior knowledge of functions and their growing comprehension of rates of change. Students will work through problems involving vector representations in three dimensions using geometric and algebraic methods, as well as representations of lines and planes; they will also expand their knowledge of rates of change to include functions such as:
These courses will use these ideas and abilities to model real-world relationships. Additionally, students will hone the mathematical techniques required for success in senior mathematics.
MDM4U – Data Management
Students’ grasp of mathematics as it applies to data management is expanded via MDM4U Mathematics of Data Management. Students will use techniques for categorizing and analyzing vast volumes of data, work through probability and statistics-related challenges, and conduct a final study that combines statistical knowledge and abilities. Additionally, students will hone the mathematical techniques required for success in senior mathematics. This course, MDM4U, will be of special interest to students preparing to enrol in business, social science, and humanities programmes at universities.
SCH4U – Chemistry
Through the study of organic chemistry and characteristics of matter, energy changes and reaction rates, equilibrium in chemical systems, and electrochemistry, students can expand their understanding of chemistry in this SCH4U course. As they examine chemical processes in SCH4U, students will hone their investigative and problem-solving abilities as well as their communication of scientific information. The significance of chemistry in daily life and an assessment of the environmental effects of chemical technology will be emphasized.
CHI4U – Cdn. History & Culture
This course explores Canada’s history with a focus on how our national identity and culture have changed over time, as well as how the identities and cultures of the diverse people that make up Canada have changed. From pre-contact to the present, students will investigate significant national and international trends and events, as well as the role that various Canadian communities have played in shaping the nation’s identity and heritage. In CHI4U, students will examine how Canadian culture and identity—including national identity—have evolved through time and how and why such developments have occurred.
CIA4U – Economics
The current economic issues, trends, policies, and practices in Canada and around the world are examined in this CIA4U course from a variety of angles. Students in CIA4U will use economic models, theories, and the economic inquiry process to study and establish well-informed opinions on economic trade-offs, growth, sustainability, and other related economic concerns. The choices that people and organizations, including governments, make in response to economic concerns like globalization, trade agreements, economic inequality, regulation, and public spending will be examined by the students.
CLN4U – Canadian & International Law
Students will develop a deeper understanding of the principles of Canadian and international law as they explore rights and freedoms in relation to topics including religion, security, cyberspace, immigration, crimes against humanity, and environmental protection.
While utilizing the concepts of legal thinking and the legal inquiry method, students in CLN4U online will study these topics in both Canadian and international contexts. Additionally, they will improve their capacity for legal thinking and learn how to settle conflicts in the area of international law.
HHS4U – Families in Canada
Students in this HHS4U course have the opportunity to analyze how people develop as individuals, interpersonal relationships, families, and parent-child connections by using sociological, psychological, and anthropological theories and research. Students will concentrate on the problems and difficulties that families and individuals in Canada’s diverse society face.
In order to evaluate numerous aspects influencing families and take into account policies and practices aimed at supporting families in Canada, they will design analytical tools. Students in HHS4U will learn the investigative techniques necessary to conduct and present the findings of studies on people, interpersonal relationships, and parent-child connections.
HFA4U – Nutrition and Health
This HFA4U course explores the connections between diet, energy balance, and nutritional status, as well as the dietary requirements of people at various periods of life and how nutrition affects both health and disease. Students will assess nutrition-related trends and decide how dietary decisions might advance environmental responsibility and food security.
By examining topics connected to nutrition and health, students in HFA4U will gain knowledge about healthy eating, broaden their knowledge of food preparation methods, and improve their social science research approaches.
HSB4U – Challenge & Change
The main objective of this HSB4U course is to examine and explain changes in knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and behaviour, as well as their effects on society. Students will critically analyze how and why cultural, social, and behavioural patterns change over time. They will examine social theorists’ theories and utilize them to examine the origins and solutions to problems, including technological change, deviance, and global inequality.
In HSB4U, students will investigate how social science research techniques can be used in the study of social change.
BBB4M – International Business
This BBB4M course investigates the elements that affect performance in global markets and offers an overview of the significance of international commerce and business to the global economy.
The best practices for marketing, distribution, and running an efficient global firm will be taught to the students. Students enrolled in this BBB4M course will be prepared for postsecondary business programmes in management, marketing, and international business.
PSK4U – Kinesiology
The processes, elements, and concepts involved in human growth are studied in depth in this PSK4U course, as well as human mobility. The impact of physical exercise on performance and health, the history of sports and physical activity, and the physiological, social, and psychological elements that affect an individual’s engagement in sports and physical activity will all be covered in class. Students who enrol in the PSK4U course will be prepared for university courses in health sciences such as health studies, sports administration, and of course, kinesiology.
Why Take a Course at OES?
For high school students who need more flexibility in their study schedule, our online courses are ideal. Involving high school courses with qualified instructors are available, as is 24/7 online tutoring.
Some students enrol with OES in order to pass a high school subject they have previously failed or missed. We’ll do everything we can to ensure that you achieve and get the credits you require with the aid of our encouraging Ontario Certified Teachers tutoring service.
Additionally, students enrol in courses through OES to clear time on their schedule for the future academic year, to avoid scheduling conflicts, or to obtain a credit that isn’t offered anyplace else.
You have choices for where and when you learn with OES’s online courses. You won’t need to commute between locations or adhere to a fixed timetable. As long as you have an internet connection, you can access the virtual classroom from any location. You may continue studying even if your job demands you to travel. There’s no need to abandon working or studying while taking in new sights or unwinding from old ones.
We think that educational preparation is important for students of all ages. We assist them in identifying their abilities, skills, interests, and aspirations through dialogues and career evaluation tools. In the phases that follow, we assist in matching those traits to postsecondary profiles.
Public high schools, colleges, and universities in Ontario and other provinces recognize the credits from our online high school courses. Contact us to find out more!