Using a Land-Based learning environment, students will examine local and global environmental issues such as climate change, water, soil, and air quality, urbanization, bioresource management, waste handling and disposal, land-use planning, and the impacts of agriculture and industry on the environment. While Western scientific models are addressed, the students will frame their understandings through an Indigenous knowledge perspective.

Students will examine the role of environmental policies and ethics on decision-making, and will investigate environmental science related careers. Student directed studies will lead to the development of environmental action plans that are informed by First Nations environmental philosophy and traditional Indigenous Knowledge.

Foundations of Mathematics 20  is an academic course that prepares students for Foundations of Mathematics 30 . Students need to be prepared to work hard and complete all assigned work to have success in this class. FoM 20 includes topics such as: Reasoning, Angles and Triangles, Trigonometry, Statistics, Linear Inequalities, and Quadratic Equations. 

Everyday, in every country, people are talking about the environment - OUR ENVIRONMENT - and how we need to ensure that our use of natural resources is sustainable.  Why are so many people discussing this topic? Perhaps people are beginning to realize that we have the ability to determine the future habitability for us and other species.  Active solutions to environmental issues may lie with present and future technologies, but most effective will be your awareness and your awareness of the impacts we have on our environments. 


Environmental Science is a course designed to develop environmental awareness and appreciation in order to foster attitudes that will allow for a sustainable future. Students will explore local and global environmental issues and how human actions and populations play a role in those issues, and in turn, how those issues affect human health. 

The aim of Wildlife Management 20 is to provide students with the opportunity to study beliefs and attitudes about wildlife. Units of study include interactions of wildlife and society, managing wildlife, and issues in wildlife.  The intent is to stimulate an awareness of the importance of wildlife in the daily life of an individual and for society as a whole. Modules of study will be flexible and allow students to build on their own knowledge to create new understandings. Students will be provided with the opportunity for success through a blending of theory and practical experience achieved in and out of school. The activities and theory are intended to lead to an understanding of career development opportunities and hobbies in the field of wildlife appreciation and management.