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HHHS REGISTRATION GUIDE 2019

STUDENT SERVICES

STUDENT SERVICES

Student Services is an integral part of Hunting Hills.  Geared toward providing exceptional support for our whole school community, we pride ourselves on meeting the individual needs of students, parents, and staff.  For more information check out our website www.huntinghills.rdpsd.ab.ca under the “Students” tab, and then click on Student Services. 

ATTENDANCE BOUNDARIES

Hunting Hills High School is currently the designated high school for students in south Red Deer.  For a neighbourhood map of our encatchement area please visit http://www.rdpsd.ab.ca/index.php.  

INSTRUCTIONAL FEES

Instructional fees for the 2019-20 school year are currently under review. Visit our website at https://goo.gl/cMtnjX for the most current information.

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PARKING PASSES

 

Students who drive to school must purchase a yearly Parking Pass for $50 to park in the school parking lot.  There are a limited number of passes. Vehicles not displaying a valid HHHS parking pass will be ticketed.

Do not park in staff designated parking highlighted in red, your vehicle will be ticketed and towed.

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REQUIREMENTS

The graduation requirements for the Alberta High School Diploma are outlined here.  These requirements are set to ensure students graduate from high school with a broad education.

 

If you have any questions regarding course registration or graduation requirements, please contact Student Records at

403-342-6655 ext. 1127.

 

To earn an Alberta High School Diploma, a student must have a minimum of 100 credits, which MUST include:

 

• ENGLISH 30-1 OR ENGLISH 30-2

• SOCIAL STUDIES 30-1 OR SOCIAL STUDIES 30-2

• MATH 20-1, MATH 20-2, OR MATH 20-3

• SCIENCE 20, SCIENCE 24, BIOLOGY 20, 

CHEMISTRY 20, OR PHYSICS 20

• PHYSICAL EDUCATION 10  (3 CREDITS)

• CAREER & LIFE MANAGEMENT 20  (3 CREDITS)

• 10 CREDITS IN ANY 30 LEVEL COURSES OTHER THAN ENGLISH 30-1/30-2 AND 

SOCIAL STUDIES 30-1/30-2

• 10 CREDITS FROM :

CAREER & TECHNOLOGY STUDIES (CTS), RAP, FINE ARTS, SECOND LANGUAGES, 

PHYS. ED. 20 AND/OR 30

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ALTERNATE PROGRAMS
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ADVANCED PLACEMENT PROGRAM

AP is Canada’s largest enrichment program.  This challenging and rewarding program is designed to provide motivated high school students with university-level academic courses.  AP is considered a standard for academic excellence in Canada, the United States, and around the world.  The AP courses give students intellectual responsibility to think for themselves and learn to reason, analyze, and understand.

 

Students can choose to take one or several AP courses.  Exposure to higher level materials taught in the Advanced Placement courses prepares students to do extremely well on diploma exams.

 

Currently, HHHS offers AP courses in Art, Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Chinese, English, Physics, Psychology, and World History.  We also offer an option of taking the French AP exam and Spanish AP exam at the end of French 31A or Spanish 30-6Y.

 

For more information, attend our AP Information Evening or contact the School AP Coordinator:  

Mrs. Sue Merry at 403-342-6655, ext 1230.

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SCHOOL WITHIN A COLLEGE

School Within A College gives you the best of both worlds.  Start a trade at Red Deer College and receive your high school diploma while still being able to participate in graduation activities at Hunting Hills.  If you are already passionate about getting a career in the trades, this dual credit option for grade 12 students might be a great opportunity for you.  Start your pre-employment technical training as an Automotive Service Technician or Welder while also earning that all important high school diploma.  For more information go to www.rdc.ab.ca/swac

REGISTERED APPRENTICE PROGRAM

Begin a trade apprenticeship while still in high school.  In many trades, students may be able to complete first year apprenticeship and attend a post-secondary institution the year following graduation.  Up to 40 high school credits can be earned through RAP.  It is recommended that students begin RAP after their Grade 10 year in order to complete all credits required for graduation.  

 

Contact Mr. Tom Mah at 403-342-6655 ext 2309, or Mrs. Elizabeth Larose ext. 2304 for more information.

WORK EXPERIENCE

In partnership with local employers, students earn credits while employed at work sites in the community relating to future career plans.  

 

Alberta Education requires students to complete a 30 level Workplace Safety Systems module (HCS3000) before work hours can be counted toward credits.  This will be offered on the following dates:

FALL – September 9, 2019

SPRING – February 3, 2019

ALTERNAtive PROGRAMS

Alternative Programs are offered to students who require individualized support to help bring success in

high school.  Placement into these classes is done on the discretion of the coordinating teacher.

ALTERNATIVE

STRATEGIES 9

STRATEGIES 15, 25, 35

(5 CREDITS EACH)

Students with identified learning differences and students who need assistance with developing strategies for success in regular high school classes receive instruction and practice in developing learning strategies.

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE ESL 9

ESL LEVELS 2, 3, 4

(5 CREDITS EACH)

Designed to give opportunities to learn and practice the skills required for success in mainstream high school classes. The language arts of reading, writing, speaking, listening, viewing, and representing are emphasized in these courses.

FOUNDATIONS

All students entering this program must be referred by Student Services at

Red Deer Public School District No. 104 

main office at 4747 – 53 Street. 

Phone 403-342-3715

 

This program is intended for students identified with mild-moderate cognitive delays, and focuses on academics, employment, and social skills.  Upon successful completion of

grade 12, Foundations students are awarded a Certificate of School Completion at the graduation ceremonies. 

KNOWLEDGE AND EMPLOYABILITY K&E

These classes are designed for students who experience difficulties and require additional academic, workplace and social skills to be successful in high school and in life.  Classes are taught with a low student to teacher ratio.  K&E classes lead to an 80-credit Certificate of Achievement at the end of grade 12.  Students may transition into other courses to achieve the remaining 20 credits needed for a high school diploma.

SPORTS EXCELLENCE 9

SPORTS EXCELLENCE 10, 20, 30

(5 CREDITS EACH)

This program provides quality education within a caring and flexible environment, customized for emerging and high performance student athletes.  

 

Students and their parents are required to book an appointment with the 

Sports Excellence Program Coordinator.

 WELCOME

TO HUNTING HILLS

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