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PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
 
COMMUNITY SERVICE                                                                             YCPM-1D
 
This course is designed to involve students in a variety of service activities in the school.  Students must apply to their Grade Counsellor for enrolment in this course which is only open to Grade 11 and 12 students.  Note that as Community Service is a credit course, hours performed for Community Service may not be counted toward service hours required for Graduation Transitions.  This course does not count toward Honor Roll.
 
 
PEER TUTORING                                                                                         YIPS-2B
 
Peer Tutoring is a credit course designed to give background information on learning differences and diversity in learning.   The course provides training in effective strategies for supporting other students in academic areas through tutoring.  It also provides an opportunity to learn leadership skills that will have future applications.  Students must be willing to follow criteria as outlined on the U-Hill website.  This course does count toward Honor Roll.
 
 
LIBRARY SERVICES 11                                                                                YBMO-1B
 
A grade 11 or 12 student with particular interest and enthusiasm in working in the Library must get prior permission from Ms. Ekdahl or Ms. Love. Only 1 student will be accepted per block.
 
 
HEALTH AND CAREER 9                                                                             MHCE-09
 
This course is completed through pull out sessions held by the Grade 9 counsellor.
 
 
 
DAILY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY 9                                                                      XDPA-09
DAILY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY 10                                                                    XDPA-10
DAILY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY 11                                                                    XDPA-11
 
It is a Ministry requirement that all students in all grades participate in daily physical activity (DPA).  Students in Grades 8 and 9 must complete 150 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity per week.  For students in Grades 10 through 12, this requirement will form part of their Grad Transitions Program. 
 
 
 
GRAD TRANSITIONS                                                                                MGT- - - -
 
There are four basic components to the Graduation Transition: Personal Health, Community Service, Transition Plan and Portfolio.
 
All students must complete all requirements of the Grad Transition to receive the four credits and it is a required that every student complete this by their Grade 12 year. Complete information is available on the UHill website (http://uhs.vsb.bc.ca) under the "Grad Transitions" icon.