To Returning Students Entering Grade 11 or 12 in the Fall and their Parents:
Academic Course Selection Process
Mr. Rodrigues presented (over Zoom) to current students in Grades 10 and 11 on February 8 during the Advisor Meeting about the Course Selection process and the important considerations involved. (Here is the LINK to the video presentation.)
Now you have the access to the information you need to have discussions as a family about academic planning and for students to select their courses for next year.
Academic Course Selection Review
Students will have make appointments during the spring term with one of the University Counsellors to review their academic course selections. In the meantime, students will be encouraged to discuss their selections with their Advisors and teachers, and they will have access to the Course Registration Form to make changes until the end of the winter term.
The information provided on the pages of this website should answer all of the questions you may have; please take the time to review the information provided carefully. Even if you still have any lingering questions after reviewing all of the information here, please proceed with submitting the Course Registration Form. If you need to make changes after getting answers to your questions, you will be able to access the Course Registration Form until the end of the winter term.
Reporting on Academic Course Selections
At year's end, we will report to parents about the process in the final Report Card. Final marks in key academic classes will help us to ensure that selections are appropriate and provide the basis for any recommendations. As the material you access will reinforce: the process is fluid, and we invite the students to reflect on their plans and course selections throughout the spring. If changes are required, they need to connect with University Counselling to discuss it all.
To Returning Students Entering Grades 9 or 10 in the Fall and their Parents:
The process of making your Academic Course selections is straightforward, so no Review with University Counselling is required, and no report about your selections will be provided.
If you have any questions that remain unanswered after completing the process outlined on these pages, you can contact Rick Rodrigues, Director of University Counselling.
To ALL STUDENTS, New and Returning, select the appropriate grade level for information regarding the process of selecting your Academic Courses:
Grade 8 Academic Courses
At Brentwood, the Grade 8 Day Program follows their own specific curriculum. Please see the Grade 8 Day Program page on the Brentwood Website for more information.