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Senior Two Curriculum Guide


With a mix of curiosity about an academic subject and a willingness to work hard, Appleby's senior students can take on the academic challenge of Advanced Placement (AP) courses. These college-level courses and examinations, administered by the College Board, provide the opportunity for students to increase the challenge of their studies, extending to content covered at the university level. Students are advised to take AP courses based on strong term achievement, solid analytical skills and keen interest. Examinations are accepted as first-year credits at some Canadian universities, and some U.S. colleges and universities, and allow for placement in advanced-level courses in their first year of university studies.

Senior Two – Grade 12


Required credits:

English (AP)


Five options from the following are required:


Art (AP)

Biology (AP)

Chemistry (AP)



Earth Science

Economics (AP)

English Literature

English Writer’s Craft

Environmental Science

Exercise Science

French (AP)

World Geography (AP)

Geography - Canadian and World Issues

Canada History

World History (AP)

History of the Arts (AP)

International Business

Canadian Law

Advanced Functions (AP) and Calculus and Vectors (AP) (2 credits)

Advanced Functions and Calculus and Vectors (2 credits)

Advanced Functions

Statistics and Data Management (AP)

Data Management

AB Calculus (AP) and Vectors

Calculus and Vectors

Media Arts/English

Music (Instrumental, Jazz Band, Strings and Vocal)

Music Theory

Outdoor Exercise Science


Physics (AP)

Political Science


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