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Canadian high school applicants (outside Quebec and Ontario)

Admission review process - McGill calculation of the "Top 5"

Select the location of your school:

School located IN Canada

Admission is based on McGill’s calculation of your ‘Top 5’ academic Grade 12 courses, including the prerequisites for the program to which you applied.

  • For programs where science and/or math are prerequisites, these must normally have been completed within the last five years.
  • If you are applying on the basis of a Grade 12 diploma issued by the Nunavut Department of Education, the language course, Inuktitut, and the social science course, Aulajaaqtut, are regarded as academic courses and may be included in the top-five course average.
  • Grade 12 English or French will be included in the ‘Top 5’ calculation, depending on the language of instruction at your school.
  • You must have obtained, prior to the start of classes, a high school diploma that gives you access to university education in your home province or territory.

If you are completing the IB Diploma or individual IB Diploma Courses, you will normally be considered for admission based on your ‘Top 5’ average and you will be required to self-report marks in percentage format. You may subsequently be granted advanced standing credits based on your final IB results.

If you are completing College Board Advanced Placement (AP) examinations you may be awarded advanced standing credits based on final results.

School located OUTSIDE Canada


Prerequisites and previous grade ranges (2021 – 2023)

As a guideline, we have listed the range of the lowest grades admitted over the last THREE years. These values are given as a reference and do not represent the grades required for future admission.

Grades that are equal to or better than those listed below do not guarantee admission.

Admission to McGill is subject to availability of space. As such, minimum grades may fluctuate in any given year.

Agricultural and Environmental Science


These programs are offered on the Macdonald campus.

PREREQUISITES
  • Grade 12 English or French, depending on the language of instruction at your school;
  • Grade 12 math (precalculus or calculus);
  • Two of Grade 12 Biology, Chemistry or Physics
Minimum grade ranges over the last three years

Programs

TOP 5
3-year minimum grade range
MATH & SCIENCE COURSES
3-year minimum grade range

All B.Sc.(Ag.Env.Sc.) programs

80% - 81% 80% - 81%

Bioresource Engineering (B.Eng.(Bioresource))

80% - 81% 80% - 81%

Food Science (B.Sc.(F.Sc.))

80% - 81% 80% - 81%

Concurrent B.Sc. (B.Sc.(F.Sc.)/B.Sc.(Nutr.Sc.))

80% 80%

Architecture

PREREQUISITES
  • Grade 12 English or French, depending on the language of instruction at your school;
  • Grade 12 math (precalculus or calculus);
  • Grade 12 Physics
Minimum grade ranges over the last three years
TOP 5
3-year minimum grade range
MATH & SCIENCE COURSES
3-year minimum grade range
94% - 97.2% 88% - 92%

Arts

PREREQUISITES
  • Grade 12 English or French, depending on the language of instruction at your school.
Minimum grade ranges over the last three years
TOP 5
3-year minimum grade range
ENGLISH OR FRENCH COURSES
3-year minimum grade range
90% - 92.5% 87%

Bachelor of Arts and Science (B.A. & Sc.)

PREREQUISITES
  • Grade 12 English or French, depending on the language of instruction at your school;
  • Grade 12 math (precalculus or calculus);
  • Two of Grade 12 Biology, Chemistry or Physics


Note: The B.A. & Sc. is a unique degree that is jointly offered by the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Science.  It is rooted in both Arts and Science and carries roughly equal course weight in each faculty. It is an interdisciplinary degree intended for students who want to pursue simultaneously a Major in the Faculty of Arts and one in the Faculty of Science or one of the interfaculty programs in Cognitive Science, Environment or Sustainability, Science and Society.

Minimum grade ranges over the last three years
TOP 5
3-year minimum grade range
MATH & SCIENCE COURSES
3-year minimum grade range
ENGLISH OR FRENCH COURSES
3-year minimum grade range
91.5% - 93.8% 90% 87%

Education

PREREQUISITES:
  • Grade 12 English or French, depending on the language of instruction at your school;
  • Applicants to the B.Ed. Secondary Mathematics: subjects must also complete Grade 12 math (pre-calculus or calculus).
  • Applicants to the B.Ed. Secondary Science & Technology: subjects must include Grade 12 math (pre-calculus or calculus) and two of Grade 12 biology, chemistry, or physics.
  • CASPer Test: Not required for 2024 (see Additional Supporting Documents).
  • TESL applicants must also pass a language test (see Additional Supporting Documents).
Minimum grade ranges over the last three years
Programs TOP 5
3-year minimum grade range
ENGLISH OR FRENCH COURSES
3-year minimum grade range

Kindergarten/Elementary Education

80% - 82% 80%

Physical Education

80% - 82% 80%

Secondary Education

80% - 82% 80%

TESL

80% - 82% 80%

B.A. (Education) Global Contexts

80% - 82% 80%

Engineering

PREREQUISITES
  • Grade 12 English or French, depending on the language of instruction at your school;
  • Grade 12 math (precalculus or calculus)
  • Grade 12 Physics
  • Grade 12 Chemistry
Minimum grade ranges over the last three years
Programs TOP 5
3-year minimum grade range
MATH & SCIENCE COURSES
3-year minimum grade range

Bioengineering

97% - 98% 91% - 93%

Chemical Engineering

93.5% - 96.5% 90% - 95%

Civil Engineering

92.5% - 94.5% 90%

Computer Engineering

96.5% - 97% 90% - 95%

Electrical Engineering

97% - 98% 90% - 95%

Materials Engineering

87% - 90.5% 87% - 89%

Mechanical Engineering

96% - 98% 92%

Mining Engineering

87% - 90% 87% - 90%

Software Engineering

97% - 98.3% 92%

Human Nutrition


This program is offered on the Macdonald campus.  

PREREQUISITES
  • Grade 12 English or French, depending on the language of instruction at your school;
  • Grade 12 math (precalculus or calculus)
  • Two of Grade 12 Biology, Chemistry or Physics
Minimum grade ranges over the last three years
Program TOP 5
3-year minimum grade range
MATH & SCIENCE COURSES
3-year minimum grade range

Nutrition

80% - 83% 80%

Kinesiology

PREREQUISITES
  • Grade 12 English or French, depending on the language of instruction at your school;
  • Grade 12 math (precalculus or calculus)
  • Two of Grade 12 Biology, Chemistry or Physics
Minimum grade ranges over the last three years
TOP 5
3-year minimum grade range
MATH & SCIENCE COURSES
3-year minimum grade range
87% - 88.5% 85% - 87%

Management

PREREQUISITES
  • Grade 12 English or French, depending on the language of instruction at your school;
  • Grade 12 math (precalculus or calculus)
Minimum grade ranges over the last three years
TOP 5
3-year minimum grade range
MATH COURSE
3-year minimum grade range
ENGLISH OR FRENCH COURSES
3-year minimum grade range
95.5% - 96.2% 90% 87%

Music

For information on admission requirements, see the Schulich School of Music website.

Nursing

PREREQUISITES
  • Grade 12 English or French, depending on the language of instruction at your school;
  • Grade 12 math (precalculus or calculus)
  • Two of Grade 12 Biology, Chemistry, or Physics
  • Proof of French proficiency
Minimum grade ranges over the last three years
TOP 5
3-year minimum grade range
MATH & SCIENCE COURSES
3-year minimum grade range
80%  80%

Religious Studies

Bachelor of Theology (B.Th)

For information on admission requirements and applying, see Theology

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

See: Arts

Science

PREREQUISITES
  • Grade 12 English or French, depending on the language of instruction at your school;
  • Grade 12 math (precalculus or calculus)
  • Two of Grade 12 Biology, Chemistry or Physics
Minimum grade ranges over the last three years
Programs TOP 5
3-year minimum grade range
MATH & SCIENCE COURSES
3-year minimum grade range

Biological, Biomedical and Life Sciences Group

95.5% - 96.5% 90%

Bio-Physical-Computational Sciences Group

97.4% - 98% 90% - 92%

Physical, Earth, Math and Computer Sciences Group

93.5% - 95% 90%

 


What is considered an “academic" course?

Academic (considered for inclusion in the Top 5 average)
  • All Advanced Placement (AP) courses
  • All International Baccalaureate (IB) courses
  • Most first language English and French courses
  • All foreign language courses
  • Most mathematics courses
  • Most locally developed social science/social studies courses
Note: Only one Fine Arts course can be included in the Top 5 average, excluding AP and IB courses. Fine Arts courses include: Dance, Drama, Music, and Visual Arts.
Non-academic (excluded from the Top 5 average)
  • All English as a Second Language (ESL) courses
  • Most technical, professional, and applied courses
  • All career courses
  • All physical education and health courses
  • All work experience and co-op courses


Specific courses used by McGill in the calculation of the Top 5 average:

Alberta

 

  • All Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) courses are considered academic courses.
  • When an IB/AP course name matches a prerequisite course identified below (example: IB Physics 30 and Physics 30), that IB/AP will also be accepted as a prerequisite.


 

*

Courses that fulfill math requirements (when math is a prerequisite)

°

Courses that fulfill science requirements (when biology, chemistry and/or physics are prerequisites)

Courses that fulfill language requirements (when either English or French is a prerequisite, based on language of high school).


Art 30

Art 31

Choral Music 30

Drama 30

General Music 30

Instrumental Music 30


Creative Writing and Publishing 35

English Language Arts 30‐1 ♦

English Literature 35

Literature and Composition 35


Français 30-1 ♦

French 30

French 30-3Y

French 30-9Y

French 31A

French 31B

French Language Arts 30-1

French Language Arts 30‐2


Chinese Language Arts 30

Chinese Language and Culture 30 (3Y, 6Y, 9Y)

German Language and Culture 30 (3Y, 6Y, 9Y)

German Language Arts 30

Japanese Language and Culture 30 (3Y, 6Y, 9Y)

Spanish Language and Culture 30 (3Y, 6Y, 9Y)

Spanish Language Arts 30


Mathematics 30‐1 * 

Mathematics 30‐2 

Mathematics 31 * 


 


Biologie 30 °

Biology 30 °

Chemistry 30 °

Chimie 30 °

Computer Science 30

Physics 30 °

Physique 30 °

Science 30


Aboriginal Studies 30

Anthropology 30

Applied Sociology 30

Cultural and Physical Anthropology 30

Études Sociales 30‐1

Experimental Psychology 30

International Politics 30

Legal Studies 30

Macroeconomics 30

Microeconomics 30

Philosophies of Man 30

Philosophy 30

Political Science 30

Religious Studies 35

Social Studies 30‐1

Social Studies 30‐2

Western World History 30

World Geography 30

World Religions 30


 

 

 

 

 

British Columbia and Yukon

 

  • All Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (1B) courses are considered academic courses.
  • When an IB/AP course name matches a prerequisite course identified below (example: IB Chemistry 12 and Chemistry 12), that IB/AP will also be accepted as a prerequisite.


 

*

Courses that fulfill math requirements (when math is a prerequisite)

°

Courses that fulfill science requirements (when biology, chemistry and/or physics are prerequisites)

Courses that fulfill language requirements (when either English or French is a prerequisite, based on language of high school) .


Art Studio 12 

Choral Music 12 

Composition & Production 12 

Contemporary Music 12 

Dance Choreography 12 

Dance Company 12 

Dance Conditioning 12 

Dance Foundations 12 

Dance Technique and Performance 12 

Directing and Script Development 12 

Drama 12 

Film & Television 12 

Graphic Arts 12 

Instrumental Music 12 

Media Arts 12 

Musical Theatre 12 

Photography 12 

Studio Arts 2-D 12 

Studio Arts 3-D 12 

Theatre Company 12 

Theatre Production 12 

Visual Arts 12 


Composition 12

Creative Writing 12

English 12 ♦

English First Peoples 12 ♦

English Studies 12 ♦

Literary Studies 12

New Media 12

Mini English 12 ♦

Spoken Language 12


Communication orale 12

Core French 12

Études du cinéma et de la littérature francophones 12

Français langue 12

Français langue et culture 12 ♦

Français langue premiere 12 ♦

Français langue seconde - immersion 12

French 12

French Immersion 12

French Literature 12

Langue et culture de la francophonie 12

Medias et communication numérique 12

Mini French 12


American Sign Language (ASL) 12

German 12

Hebrew 12

Italian 12

Japanese 12

Korean 12

Latin 12

Mandarin 12

Punjabi 12

Russian 12

Spanish 12


 


Apprenticeship Mathematics 12

Calculus 12 *

Computer Science 12

Foundations of Mathematics 12

Mini Math 12 *

Pre-Calculus 12 *

Statistics 12


Anatomy and Physiology 12 °

Biology 12 °

Chemistry 12 °

Environmental Science 12

Geology 12

Physics 12 °

Specialized Science 12


20th Century World History 12

Accounting 12

Asian Studies 12

B.C. First Peoples 12

Business Computer Applications 12

Comparative Cultures 12

Comparative World Religions 12

Contemporary Indigenous Studies 12

E-Commerce 12

Economics 12

Economic Theory 12

Entrepreneurship 12

Financial Accounting 12

Genocide Studies 12

Histoire du monde au XXE siècle 12

Human Geography 12

Jewish History 12

Jewish Philosophy 12

Law Studies 12

Macroeconomics 12

Microeconomics 12

Mini Social Studies 12

Philosophy 12

Physical Geography 12

Political Studies 12

Psychology 12

Social Justice 12

Tourism 12

Urban Studies 12

World Religions 12


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Manitoba

 

  • All Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) courses are considered academic courses.
  • When an IB/AP course name matches a prerequisite course identified below (example: IB Physics 30 and Physics 30), that IB/AP will also be accepted as a prerequisite.

 

*

Courses that fulfill math requirements (when math is a prerequisite)

°

Courses that fulfill science requirements (when biology, chemistry and/or physics are prerequisites)

Courses that fulfill language requirements (when either English or French is a prerequisite, based on language of high school).


Visual Arts 40S

Dance 40S

Drama 40S

Music 40S


ELA: Comprehensive Focus 40S ♦

ELA: Literary Focus 40S ♦

ELA: Transactional Focus 40S ♦

ELA: Language & Literary Forms 40S

ELA: Language & Transactional Forms 40S


Français arts langagiers - immersion 40S

Français: communication médiatique 40S

Français langue première 40S ♦

Français: littératures francophones 40S

French 40S


Arabic 40S

Chinese (Mandarin) 40S

Cree 40S

Filipino 40S

German 40S

Hebrew 40S

Italian 40S

Japanese 40S

Latin 40S

Ojibwe 40S

Polish 40S

Portuguese 40S

Punjabi 40S

Spanish 40S

Ukrainian 40S


 


Advanced Mathematics 45S

Advanced Mathematics 40S *

Applied Mathematics 40S 

Essential Mathematics 40S

Essential mathematics 45S

Introduction to Calculus 45S

Mathématiques pré-calcul 40S *

Mathématiques appliqués 40S

Pre-Calculus Mathematics 40S *


Biologie 40S °

Biology 40S °

Business Management 40S

Chemistry 40S °

Chimie 40S °

Computer Science 40S

Economic Principles 40S

Interdisciplinary Science 40S

Physics 40S °

Physique 40S °


Accounting Systems 40S

Canadian Law 40S

Cinema as a Witness to Modern History 40S

Global Issues: Citizenship & Sustainability 40S

History: Western Civilization 40S

Human Geography 40S

Psychology 40S

World Geography 40S

World of Religions 40S


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Brunswick

 

  • All Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) courses are considered academic courses.
  • When an IB/AP course name matches a prerequisite course identified above (example: IB Chemistry 121 and Chemistry 121), that IB/AP will also be accepted as a prerequisite.

 

*

Courses that fulfill math requirements (when math is a prerequisite)

°

Courses that fulfill science requirements (when biology, chemistry and/or physics are prerequisites)

Courses that fulfill language requirements (when either English or French is a prerequisite, based on language of high school).


Dramatic Arts 120

Music 120

Visual Arts 120


Anglais 12

Anglais 22411

Canadian Literature 120

English Language Arts 121 ♦

English Language Arts 122 ♦


FI Language Arts 120

Français 10411 ♦

Français 10412 ♦

Français langue première 10421 ♦


Espagnol 23411

Espagnol 23421

Mandarin 120

Spanish 120


Calculus 120 *

Foundations of Mathematics 120

Mathématiques 30411C *

Mathématiques 30421C *

Pre‐Calculus 120 A*

Pre‐Calculus 120 B *


 

 


Advanced Environmental Science 120

Biologie 53411/53412 °

Biologie 53421 °

Biology 121 °

Chemistry 121 °

Chemistry 122 °

Chimie 52411 °

Computer Science 120

Intro to Environmental Science 120 

Physics 121 °

Physics 122 °

Physique 51411 °

Physique 51421 °

Sciences de l’environnement 54411


Droit 45411

Economics 120

Indigenous Studies 120

Introduction to Accounting 120

Law 120

Political Science 120

Psychology 120

Sociology 120

Statistiques 31411

World Issues 120


 

 

 

Newfoundland and Labrador

 

  • All Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (1B) courses are considered academic courses.
  • When an IB/AP course name matches a prerequisite course identified below (example: 1B Chemistry 121 and Chemistry 121), that IB/AP will also be accepted as a prerequisite.

 

*

Courses that fulfill math requirements (when math is a prerequisite)

°

Courses that fulfill science requirements (when biology, chemistry and/or physics are prerequisites)

Courses that fulfill language requirements (when either English or French is a prerequisite, based on language of high school).


Applied Music 3206

Art and Design 3200

Theatre Arts 3220

Visual Art 3202


English 3201 ♦

English 3202 ♦

Novel Cinema 3221

World Literature 3207


Accelerated French 3203

Français 3202

French 3200

French 3201


Russian 3220


Mathematics 3200  *

Mathematics 3202

Mathematics 3201

Mathematics 3208 *

Mathématiques 3230 

Mathématiques 3231

Mathématiques 3232 


 


Biologie 3231 °

Biology 3201 °

Chemistry 3202 °

Chimie 3232 °

Earth Systems 3209

Environmental Science 3205

Physics 3204 °

Science 3200


Enseignement religieux 3131

Enseignement religieux 3136

Histoire Mondiale 3231

Social Studies 3201

Social Studies 3202

Sciences humaines 3231

Sciences humaines 3232

World Geography 3200

World Geography 3202

World History 3201

World Religions 3101

World Religions 3106


 

 

 

Northwest Territories

 

  • All Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (1B) courses are considered academic courses.
  • When an IB/AP course name matches a prerequisite course identified below (example: 1B Chemistry 121 and Chemistry 121), that IB/AP will also be accepted as a prerequisite.

 

*

Courses that fulfill math requirements (when math is a prerequisite)

°

Courses that fulfill science requirements (when biology, chemistry and/or physics are prerequisites)

Courses that fulfill language requirements (when either English or French is a prerequisite, based on language of high school).


Art 30

Art 31

Choral Music 30

Drama 30

General Music 30

Instrumental Music 30


English Language Arts 30-1 ♦

English Language Arts 30-2 ♦


Français langue première 30-1 ♦

Français langue première 30-2 ♦

French 30-3Y

French Language Arts 30-1

French Language Arts 30-2


Applied Mathematics 30

Mathematics 30-1*

Mathematics 30-2

Mathematics 31 *

Mathématiques 30-1 *

Mathématiques 30-2

Mathématiques 31 *


 


Biologie 30 °

Biology 30 °

Chemistry 30 °

Chimie 30 °

Experiential Science 30

Physics 30 °

Physiques 30 °


Études Sociales 30-1

Études Sociales 30-2

Social Studies 30-1

Social Studies 30-2

Northern Studies 30


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nova Scotia

 

  • All Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) courses are considered academic courses.
  • When an IB/AP course name matches a prerequisite course identified below (example: IB Chemistry (HL or SL) 12 and Chemistry 12), that IB/AP will also be accepted as a prerequisite.
     

*

Courses that fulfill math requirements (when math is a prerequisite)

°

Courses that fulfill science requirements (when biology, chemistry and/or physics are prerequisites)

Courses that fulfill language requirements (when either English or French is a prerequisite, based on language of high school).


Advanced Visual Arts 12

Advanced Music 12

Arts Entrepreneurship 12

Drama 12

Music 12

Visual Arts 12


Advanced English 12 ♦

Canadian Literature 12

English 12 ♦

English 12: African Heritage ♦


Core French 12

Expérience culturelle 12

Français 12 ♦

Français arts langagiers immersion 12

Français avancé 12 ♦

Français intégré 12

French Immersion 12


Gàidhlig /Gaelic 12

German 12

Spanish 12


Calculus 12 *

Calcul 12 *

Mathematics 12

Mathématiques 12

Précalcul 12 *

Pre‐Calculus 12 *


 


Advanced Biology 12 °

Advanced Chemistry 12 °

Advanced Physics 12 °

Biologie 12 °

Biologie avancée 12 °

Biology 12 °

Chemistry 12 °

Chimie 12 °

Chimie avancée 12 °

Geology 12

Physics 12 °

Physique 12 °

Physique avancée 12 °


Accounting 12

Business Management 12

Economics 12

Entrepreneurship 12

Geography 12

Geomatics 12

Global Geography 12

Global History 12

Global Politics 12

Law 12

Political Science 12

Sociology 12

Tourism 12


 

 

 

Nunavut

 

  • All Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (1B) courses are considered academic courses.
  • When an IB/AP course name matches a prerequisite course identified below (example: 1B Chemistry 121 and Chemistry 121), that IB/AP will also be accepted as a prerequisite.

 

*

Courses that fulfill math requirements (when math is a prerequisite)

°

Courses that fulfill science requirements (when biology, chemistry and/or physics are prerequisites)

Courses that fulfill language requirements (when either English or French is a prerequisite, based on language of high school).


Art 30 

Art 31 

Choral Music 30

Drama 30 

General Music 30 

Instrumental Music 30


English 30.1 ♦ 

English 30.2 ♦ 


Français 30 ♦ 

Français 30‐2 ♦ 

French 30 

French Language Arts 30 

French Language Arts 30‐2 


Inuktitut Studies 35 


Mathematics 31 * 

Mathematics 30-1*

Mathematics 30-2 


 


Biology 30 ° 

Chemistry 30 ° 

Experiential Science 30

Physics 30 ° 

Science 30 


Social Studies 30 

Social Studies 33 

Sustainable Tourism 12


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prince Edward Island

 

  • All Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (1B) courses are considered academic courses.
  • When an IB/AP course name matches a prerequisite course identified below (example: 1B Chemistry 121 and Chemistry 121), that IB/AP will also be accepted as a prerequisite.

 

*

Courses that fulfill math requirements (when math is a prerequisite)

°

Courses that fulfill science requirements (when biology, chemistry and/or physics are prerequisites)

Courses that fulfill language requirements (when either English or French is a prerequisite, based on language of high school).


Dramatic Arts 621A

Dramatic Arts 801A

Music 621A

Music 621B

Music 801A

Visual Arts 621A

Visual Arts 601A


English 621A ♦


Français 62l F

French 621A

French Immersion 621F


Math 611B * 

Math 621A

Math 621B * 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Agriscience 621A

Animal Science 621A

Biology 621A °

Chemistry 621A °

Computer Studies 621A

Environmental Science 621A

Human Biology 801A

Oceanography 621A

Physics 621A °


Accounting 801A

Accounting Principles 621A

Advanced Political Science 621A

Canadian History 621A

Economics 621A

Economics/L'économie 621F

Exploring Civilizations/Civilisations comparées 621F

Global Issues 621A

Global Issues/Les enjeux mondiaux 621F

Introductory Economics 621A

The Individual in Society/L'individu en société 621F


 

 

 

Saskatchewan

 

  • All Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (1B) courses are considered academic courses.
  • When an IB/AP course name matches a prerequisite course identified below (example: 1B Chemistry 121 and Chemistry 121), that IB/AP will also be accepted as a prerequisite.

 

*

Courses that fulfill math requirements (when math is a prerequisite)

°

Courses that fulfill science requirements (when biology, chemistry and/or physics are prerequisites)

Courses that fulfill language requirements (when either English or French is a prerequisite, based on language of high school).


Art Dramatique 30

Arts Education 30

Dance 30

Drama 30

Music 30

Studio Art 30

Visual Art 30


English Language Arts A 30 ♦

English Language Arts B 30 ♦


Core French 30

Français fransaskois 30A ♦

Français fransaskois 30B ♦

Français Immersion 30


German 30

Japanese 30

Mandarin 30

Spanish 30


Calculus 30 *

Foundations of Mathematics 30

Pre-Calculus 30 *


 


Biologie 30

Biology 30 °

Chimie 30

Chemistry 30 °

Computer Science 30

Earth Science 30

Physics 30 °

Physique 30


Accounting 30

Christian Ethics 30

Droit 30

Economics 30

Entrepreneurship 30

Geography 30

History 30: Canadian Studies

Law 30

Native Studies 30: Canadian Studies

Psychology 30

Sciences sociales 30

Social Studies 30: Canadian Studies


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: This list is not comprehensive as it does not include most locally developed courses. Where applicable, “Challenge” exams for academic and foreign language courses are recognized and can be included in the Top 5 average. 

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