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Online Math Course
This school year, Sacred Heart is offering one online course:
- Sec. IV Science Option (SN) Math
Credits & Eligibility
The course is available to all Quebec students as a non-credit course. Students wishing to be credited for this course must arrange for Ministry testing with their current school.
English eligibility is not required when taken as a non-credit course, and registration is open to students of any gender.
Start & end date
Students may begin the course from the moment they register, until June 2022, when the course closes.
The online Math Course is asynchronous. In other words, students can progress at their own pace. In addition, a qualified teacher is available to correct tests, assignments, and quizzes throughout the year.
Students wishing to be credited for this course must arrange for Ministry testing with their current school.
Fees & Cancellation Policy
Each course registration costs $549 for SHSM students and $599 for students from other schools; payable online at the time of registration. Cancellations received within 7 days of being granted access to the course will be refunded minus a $150 Administration Fee. After the 7th day, however, no refunds will be issued.
Online Math Course: Is it Right for Me?
Do you feel you could use an extra resource to complete your high school math and/or history course? How about 24/7 access to all units of the course? Are you missing high school graduation credits or pre-requisites for your post-secondary program? If so, then, yes, these courses are right for you!
Course dates: Deadline for registration April 2023
This math course covers all required units, topics, and homework questions to prepare students for the final Ministry of Quebec Evaluation. The course requires an approximate 100 hour commitment.
Registration is $549 for SHSM students and $599 for non SHSM students.
Who should take this class:
- you are missing credits
- you need extra resources to complete the course
- you are trying the make up prerequisites to move to a higher math course next year