The source file is in the Intranet. Any change made to this page will be overwritten by the update from Intranet.
Example: Biology 30S = BIOR 3S
1st digit 3 = stands for 3rd year of high school (S3 or grade 11)
2nd digit 0 = developed by Manitoba Education & Training for 1 credit
or 5 = developed by Manitoba Education & Training for 1/2 credit
or 1 = developed by schools or divisions and approved by Manitoba Education
or 2 = developed elsewhere and approved by Manitoba Education
3rd character G =General S =Specialized M =Modified E =ESL F =Foundation
Universities and Community Colleges specify some specific S courses
- Students cannot receive credit for “S” and “G” courses in the same
subject at the same grade level (e.g. History 30G and History 30S). The
only exception is Mathematics.
- Unless a sufficient number of students apply for a course, it will not be offered.
- An asterisk (*) on the application indicates a prerequisite or corequisite is required. A prerequisite is a specific course which must be successfully completed for a student to enroll in a particular course. A corequisite is a specific course which must be taken either prior to or along with a particular course.
- The Universities of Winnipeg and Manitoba each have specific
entrance requirements. These requirement sheets are in the appendix and
are posted in the guidance office. Besides entrance requirements there
are other courses which will give students a greater chance of success
after graduation. To become aware of other courses, students and parents
should avail themselves of the counselling services in the guidance
office. Where career plans are not definite, students should select
courses that will provide the broadest span of entrance requirements.
- Red River College requires a high school diploma for most of its
programs. Many technology programs require Pre-calculus or Applied Math
40S. Each program has its own entrance requirements. Students should
check in the Guidance Office for details.