Courses:

AHS Hospitality and Tourism SHSM

Nine of your 30 credits for graduation need to support your SHSM sector:

  • 4 Hospitality and Tourism Major Credits from the list below;
  • 1 Credit in Business Studies, Science, or other as listed below;
  • 1 Credit in English, including a learning activity related to Hospitality and Tourism;
  • 1 Credit in Math, including a learning activity related to Hospitality and Tourism;
  • 2 Credits in Cooperative Education in a setting related to Hospitality and Tourism;

The following lists only the applicable courses that may be available to students at Atikokan High School. Circumstances may arise where another course not on the list may count toward a student's Specialist High Skills Major, with approval.

Major Credits -chosen from the list below

Must include at least one Grade 11 and one Grade 12 credit.

One credit may be substituted with a cooperative education credit (additional to the 2 required co-op credits)

Grade 11 Majors

Technological Education:

  • Hospitality and Tourism (TFJ3C)*

Canadian and World Studies:

  • Travel and Tourism: A Geographic Perspective (CGG3O)*
  • Forces of Nature: Physical Processes and Disasters (CGF3M)

Social Sciences and Humanities:

  • Intro to Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology (HSP3C or HSP3U)

First Nations, M├ętis, and Inuit Studies:

  • World Views and Aspirations of First Nations (NBV3E)

Physical Education:

  • Outdoor Activities (PAD3O)

Science:

  • Biology (SBI3C or SBI3U)
  • Chemistry (SCH3U)
  • Environmental Science (SVN3E)

Grade 12 Majors

  • Technological Education:
  • Hospitality and Tourism: Culinary Arts and Management (TFR4C)

Canadian and World Studies:

  • The Environment and Resource Management (CGR4M)*

Physical Education:

  • Outdoor Activities (PAD4O)

Science:

  • Chemistry (SCH4C or SCH4U)
  • Biology (SBI4U)





*May be offered as dual credits (high school & college)

1 Credit in Business Studies or Science (or other)

Including a CLA (contextualized Learning Activity) in conjunction with the course.

Additional courses are listed to support multiple pathways.

Business:

  • Entrepreneurship: The Venture (BDI3C)
  • Marketing: Goods, Services, and Events (BMI3C)
  • Information and Computer Technology: The Digital Environment (BTA3O)
  • Financial Accounting Fundamentals (BAF3M)

Science:

  • Every course already listed as a major, plus:
  • Physics (SPH3U)

Other:

  • Mathematics for Work and Everyday Life (MEL3E)
  • Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course (OLC3O)
  • Introduction to Computer Science (ICS3C or ICS3U)


Business:

  • Entrepreneurship: Venture Planning in an Electronic Age (BDV4C)
  • Business Leadership: Management Fundamentals (BOH4M)
  • Financial Accounting Principles (BAT4M)
  • Business Leadership: Becoming a Leader (BOG4E)

Science:

  • Every course already listed as a major, plus:
  • Earth and Space Science (SES4U)
  • Physics (SPH4C or SPH4U)
  • Science (SNC4E)

Other:

  • Mathematics for Work and Everyday Life (MEL4E)
  • Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course (OLC4O)
  • Advanced Learning Strategies (GLE4O or GLS4O)
  • Computer Programming/Science (ICS4C or ICS4U)

Credit in English - Grade 11 or 12

Grade 11 or 12 English credit already required for graduation will fulfill this requirement.

Including a CLA (contextualized Learning Activity) in conjunction with the course.

Credit in Math - Grade 11 or 12

Grade 11 Math credit already required for graduation will fulfill this requirement

Including a CLA (contextualized Learning Activity) in conjunction with the course.

Credits in Cooperative Education

Can be completed in grade 11 and/or 12 as two single-credit placements or one double-credit placement.

Students who plan to enrol in SHSM may take summer coop in the summer before their grade 11 year, usually with GLC2O as the related course.