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Compulsory Credits: Special Rules for OSSD 1999

  1. In order to earn this diploma, your student must have earned 18 compulsory credits in specific areas, 12 elective credits, successfully completed the literacy test or the literacy course (OLC4O/OLC3O or CCL4O/CCL3O), and completed 40 hours of community service. The compulsory credits required are:

    • 4 in English/Français,

    • 1 in French/Anglais,

    • 3 in Math (at least 1 senior level),

    • 2 in Science,

    • 1 in Canadian history,

    • 1 in Canadian Geography,

    • 1 in Arts,

    • 1 in PhysEd,

    • 0.5 in Civics,

    • 0.5 in Career Studies,

    • 1 in Group 1,

    • 1 in Group 2,

    • 1 in Group 3.

Note: The requirements for a diploma are stored on the fs_award_requirements table. Your student must successfully meet the literacy diploma requirements.

  1. If a student transfers from a French language to an English-language secondary school, he must successfully complete at least one compulsory Grade 12 English course. Conversely, a student transferring from an English to French-language school must successfully complete at least one compulsory Grade 12 Français course. Note: This rule will not be enforced by Trillium. We envision this being monitored as a business practice by schools' guidance departments.

  2. The Provincial Secondary School Literacy Requirement can be met in one of three ways:

    • a. The student may write the literacy test and when successfully completed, the Reading Results and Writing Results fields on the Award/Credit tab are set to Successful, which then causes the Literacy Diploma Requirement field to be updated to Successfully Completed (in English or French).

    • b. The student may earn a credit in the OLC4O/OLC3O or CCL4O/CCL3O course, which will update the overall Literacy Diploma Requirement field to Successfully Completed, but will leave the Reading and Writing Results blank.

    • c. The student may have the Adjudication flag set on, to indicate that this is how the literacy requirement has been met.

    • NOTE: Since a student is processed by the compulsory credit calculations, a check is made to see if the Reading and Writing Results are both Successful. If they are not, the overall Literacy Diploma Requirement field is reset to Not Completed. If, during the processing, the OLC4O/OLC3O or CCL4O/CCL3O course is encountered with an earned credit, the Literacy Diploma Requirement field will be changed to Successfully Completed. The Reading and Writing Results fields will not be modified. This strategy allows for the scenario in which the course is removed from the student’s transcript information, and allows the diploma requirement to be recalculated.

  3. The credit earned for OLC4O or CCL4O course may be used to meet either the Grade 11 or Grade 12 compulsory credit requirement in English/Francais. This credit will be used in this manner only when the student is missing the ENG3 or ENG4 (FRA3 or FRA4) course. The credit earned for OLC3O or CCL3O course may be used to meet only the Grade 11 compulsory credit requirement in English/Francais.

    • Students may meet the OSSD Literacy requirement through two OLC half-credit courses. Clients will need to identify the half- credit course as part 1 or part 2, and Trillium will ensure that both parts have been earned. When earned through half credits, the same course code must be used for both halves (e.g. OLC4O part 1, OLC4O part 2, not OLC4O part 1 & OLC3O part 2).

    • A student should only earn a credit in one of the following: OLC3O, OLC4O, CCL4O, ​CCL3O. Any additional occurrences (that do NOT qualify as 'Repeats') should have a credit value of N/A.

  4. We provide a warning when we find a student has more than 3.0 credits in substitutions. This is determined by the fs_secondary_course_credit.substitution_flag = 'x'. Note that substituted courses are now indicated on the transcript with a transcript note of X.

  5. Modified and Alternative courses are identified by the transcript note Modified or Alternative, and should not have an earned credit value specified. Their credit value is reported as N/A on the transcript. These courses cannot be substituted.

  6. If the course has been flagged as a substitution, the credit is applied as compulsory credit.

  7. A course that has been flagged as a Repeated course cannot be used as a substitution for another course.

  8. Beginning with the 2007-2008 school year, the OSSD 1999 can only be awarded if the student has completed ENG4x or OLC4O (FRA4x or CCL4O for French students).

  9. A substitution of the Grade 12 English requirement is allowed, but note the student will not likely have met the entrance requirements for a post-secondary institution.

  10. Kxx courses are to appear on the transcript for all levels, even though they have zero earned credits. They appear with a credit value of N/A. These courses must have the credit_flag set to  X in order to be accepted by the calculations function.

  11. Up to 4.0 credits may be granted via the challenge process, with no more than 2.0 in any one subject area. If several occurrences of the same challenge course exist for a student, only the one with the highest mark will be eligible for the transcript. Mature students, returning to school as of February 2004, may be granted up to 10 Challenge and Equivalent credits.NOTE: Business rules for the challenge process are defined in Appendix A of this document.
  12. A student can be identified as a Mature Student on the Awards/Credit tab. Once this Mature  flag is set, the application will allow 10 Challenge and Equivalent credits to be assigned to the student, rather than the usual four credits. This flag should only be set for students who meet the Ministry of Education’s definition of Mature Student entering the Ontario school system after Feb. 1, 2004. Please refer to the Ontario Student Transcript Manual, 2003, Page 15 for further details.
  13. Trillium will ensure that a junior-level equivalency course cannot be entered in the transcript information window. Only senior-level equivalency courses are permitted.
  14. Special processing is required to calculate the maximum number of English credits for a student. Since ENG courses can be compulsory in both English and Group 1 areas; while ESL and ELD courses can only be compulsory in English, a check is done after all English credits are processed to see if a credit is still required for Group 1. If so, a further check is made to see if the student has an ESL or ELD credit that can replace one of the English credits, in order for the English credit to be applied to Group 1.
    • All processing within these categories is done based on transcript date and course grade (4th character) sequence. This will allow a maximum of 4.0 credits in English, plus 1.0 credit in Group 1.
    • If the student has earned three credits in ESL and two credits in ENG, one of the ENG courses should be applied to Group 1, to give the student the maximum number of compulsory credits possible.
  15. A maximum of 3.0 compulsory credits can be earned from the following codes: ESL, ELD. The remaining English compulsory credit must be earned at the Grade 11 or Grade 12 level. (Refer to Page 46 of the Ministry’s Program and Diploma Requirements 1999 document)

 

Year Course Code Credit Eligible for Transcript Compulsory
1999-2000 ESLA01 1.00 Yes Yes
1999-2000 ELBO1 1.00 Yes Yes
2000-2001 ELDBO1 1.00 Yes Yes
2000-2001 ELDCO1 1.00 Yes No
2000-2001 ESLCO1 0.50 Yes No
2001-2002 ESLDO1 0.50 Yes No
2001-2002 ESLDO2 1.00 Yes No

This rule was modified by PPM 146. As of Sept. 1, 2007, the fourth English credit for an ESL student must be a Grade 12 English credit. Students graduating in the 2007-2008 school year are exempt from this rule, but all students graduating after the 2007-2008 school year must meet this requirement.

  1. Full disclosure rules do not apply to ESL or ELD courses for English students, nor FFA or FFP for French students, as well as EAN and Kxx. Failures, withdrawals, and repeats of these courses will not appear on the transcript.
  2. An English student must have 1.0 English compulsory credit at each grade level: 1, 2, 3 and 4. ESL and ELD courses can be counted as a compulsory credit at any grade level where required. For example, ESLCOx can be counted as the Grade 9, 10, 11 or 12 compulsory credit. Note: Prior to September 2007, to be considered to have met the requirement of four English compulsories  the student must have an earned credit in either ENG3 or ENG4 among the English compulsory credits. The student may not have both the Grade 11 and Grade 12 credits met through ESL/ELD.

As of September 2007, the fourth English must be a Grade 12 compulsory English course. OLC4O (CCL4O for French students) is also acceptable. Additional ESL or ELD credits may be counted as optional credits for diploma purposes. A senior credit under a Qxx or PLE course cannot be accepted for the Grade 12 English requirement.

  1. ESL, ELD, FFA & FFP course codes may not be used as substitutions to any guideline.
  2. The Optional English courses (ELS, EMS, EPS, ETC, EBT, ETS, EWC) may be considered as Group 1 compulsory credit. These Optional English courses may also be accepted as substitutions for the ENG guideline.
  3. If a student earned two English credits at the same grade level and Group1 is already fulfilled, one of the credits is counted as elective,  as opposed to compulsory credit at junior grade.
  4. Any course substituted for English/Francais requirement area (‘01’) (even ENG/FRA courses) will be counted last and can be applied to any grade level.
  5. A French student must have 1.0 Français compulsory credit at each grade level: 1, 2, 3, 4. FFA and FFP courses can be counted as a compulsory credit at any grade level where required. For example, FFACOx can be counted as the Grade 9, 10, 11 or 12 compulsory credit. Note that to be considered to have met the requirement of four Francais compulsories the student must have an earned credit in FRA4xx.
  6. French students may earn up to 3.0 compulsory credits in requirement area Français (01) using course codes FFA or FFP (French as  a second language courses). The courses FFAxOx or FFPxOx cannot be counted as compulsory for the Grade 12 Francais credit,  although they may replace a Grade 9, 10, or 11 credit. The Grade 12 Français credit must come from FRA4xx.
  7. Out-of-school Co-op courses cannot be counted as a compulsory credit. The related components of Co-op courses can be counted as compulsory credits.

  8. For full disclosure purposes, courses (other than language courses) with a fourth character of 3, 4, 5, and 0 (zero) are considered senior-level courses

  9. For full disclosure purposes, LNxA, LNxB, LNxC courses are considered junior courses; LNxD, LNxE are considered senior courses when applying the full disclosure rules for repeats, failures, and withdrawals.

  10. For full-disclosure purposes, LVxA courses are considered junior courses; LVxB, LVxC are considered senior courses, when applying the full-disclosure rules for repeats, failures, and withdrawals. Update: Beginning September 2016, LVxB is now considered a junior course, and full disclosure rules no longer apply.

  11. For full-disclosure purposes, all other LxxA and LxxB courses are considered junior courses, all other LxxC and LxxD courses are considered senior courses, when applying the full disclosure rules for repeats, failures, and withdrawals.

  12. For full-disclosure purposes, all ESLyOx, ELDyOx, EANyOx, FFAyOx, FFPyOx course codes are considered to be junior, regardless of the value of the fourth character of the code, (where y indicates the fourth character A, B, C, D or E).

  13. Locally Developed Courses are identified by a course code with the fifth character of 1 – 9 (note that 9 is not valid after the 2003-2004 school year), or L after Sept. 1, 2004. These courses must be counted as electives, with the following exception (Refer to Guide to LDC Grades 9 – 12, Page 3).

Before School Year 2004-2005

  • English students taking any of MAT14, MAT24, ENG14, ENG24, SNC14 or SNC24 may count some of these as compulsory. Of these six courses, 3.0 credits can be counted as compulsory, but only 1.0 credit in each area (Math, English or Science).
  • For English courses, if the student has already earned an English credit in that grade, the locally developed course will not count as a second compulsory English credit, but may be applied to the Group 1 requirement area.
  • French students taking any of MAT14, MAT24, ENG14, ENG24, SNC14, SNC24, FRA14, FRA24, EAE14, EAE24 may count some of these as compulsory. Of these eight courses,4.0 credits can be counted as compulsory, but only 1.0 credit in each area (Math, English, Science or French).
  • For French courses, if the student has already earned a Francais credit in that grade, the locally developed course will not count as a second compulsory Francais credit, but may be applied to the Group 1 requirement area.
Year Course Code Credit Eligible for Transcript Compulsory
1999-2000 SNC161 1.00 Yes No
1999-2000 MAT141 0.5 Yes Yes

1999-2000

ENG141

1.0

Yes Yes
1999-2000 BK1231 1.0 Yes No
2000-2001 SNC241 0.5 Yes Yes
2001-2002 MAT241 0.5 Yes No
2001-2002 ENG241 1.0 Yes No

During and after the school year 2004-2005

  • English students can earn up to six compulsory credits from following locally developed courses: MAT1L, MAT14, MAT2L, MAT24, ENG1L, ENG14, ENG2L, ENG24, SNC1L, SNC14, SNC2L, SNC24, CHC2L, CHC24.

  • French students can earn up to seven compulsory credits from following locally developed courses: MAT1L, MAT14, MAT2L, MAT24, FRA1L, FRA14, FRA2L, FRA24, EAE1L, EAE14, SNC1L, SNC14, SNC2L, SNC24, CHC2L, CHC24.

  • Only one of SNC2L or CHC2L can count as a compulsory credit, not both. If a student has taken both courses at different points in time, then the first passing course will appear on the OST as compulsory and the other will appear as elective. This is true even if the student has earned less than the maximum allowable number of locally developed credits.

  • If students have taken extra locally developed courses prior to September 2004, they will not be granted the compulsory credit. For example, if a student has taken ENG14 and ENG24 prior to September 2004, only one will count as compulsory.

During and after the school year 2009-2010 (PPM 134)

  • English students can earn up to seven compulsory credits and 1 optional (elective) credit from following locally developed courses: MAT1L, MAT14, MAT2L, MAT24, ENG1L, ENG14, ENG2L, ENG24, SNC1L, SNC14, SNC2L, SNC24, CHC2L, CHC24 and one French as a Second Language course (e.g.FSF1L, FSF14, FEF1L, FEF14, FIF1L, FIF14).

  • French students can earn up to seven compulsory credits and 1 optional (elective) credit from following locally developed courses: MAT1L, MAT14, MAT2L, MAT24, FRA1L, FRA14, FRA2L, FRA24, EAE1L, EAE14, SNC1L, SNC14, SNC2L, SNC24, CHC2L, CHC24

  1. Locally Developed Courses cannot be substituted for another compulsory credit.

  2. A student who has a compulsory Locally Developed credit in Math, English, or Science, may also earn a compulsory credit for a guideline course in the same discipline AND grade. For example, both ENG1L and ENG1D can count as compulsory, but only one may be applied to the English requirement area, the other may be applied to the Group 1 requirement area. In the case of MAT1L and MPM1D both credits may be considered as compulsory to the Math requirement, as well with SNC1L and SNC1D for the Science requirement.

  3. If a student completes ENG1L with a final mark of 84 and then in summer takes ENG1P and achieves a mark of 79, the courses should be counted this way: ENG1P would count as the compulsory English requirement. ENG1L may count as compulsory Group 1, if the Group1 requirement has not already been met. If it has been met, the ENG1L course will be counted as an elective credit.  The same would apply for 2L courses in ENG/MAT/SNC or to FRA/MAT/EAE/SNC.

  4. As per PPM 146, prior to Sept. 1, 2007, a student may earn only 1.0 credit in a non-Co-op Healthy Active Living Education course for each grade level in Grade 10, 11 and 12. The grade with the highest mark will be counted. Grade 9 appears to have no limitations. If more than 1.0 credit is taken in a given grade level, the course with the lower mark is to appear on the transcript, with a credit value  of N/A. It cannot be applied to the Group 2 requirement area. This rule applies to the following course codes: PPL, PPF, PPM, PAx.

Year  Course Code Mark Credit Credit to Print Eligible for Transcript Compulsory
1999-2000 PPL1D1 75 1.00 1.00 Yes Yes
1999-2000 PPF1D1 65 1.00 1.00 Yes No (unless Group 2)
1999-2000 PPF1D1 56 1.00 Blank No N/A
2000-2001 PAQ2D1 88 1.00 1.00 Yes No
2000-2001 PA13D1 75 1.00 1.00 Yes No
2001-2002 PPF3D1 64 1.00 N/A Yes No

Note: As per PPM 146, beginning Sept. 1, 2007, students can now take more than one Healthy Active Living course in each grade. This rule applies to the following course codes: PPL, PPF, PPM, PAx.

  1.  Out-of-School Co-op courses in a Healthy Active Living Education course can appear on the transcript (as an elective credit) with a credit value, in addition to the regular instruction for the same grade level.

 

Year Course Code Course Type Mark Credit Credit to Print Eligible for Transcript Compulsory
2000-2001 PAQ2D1 Day 88 1.00 1.00 Yes No
2000-2001 PAI2D1 Day 75 1.00 N/A Yes No
2000-2001 PPF2D1 Out of School 62 2.00 2.00 Yes No
  1. For the OSSC and OSSD 1999, repeated courses are normally determined by the following:

The courses must have earned a credit and must match on:

1) the first five characters of their course code;

2) the description id, and

3) the Part 1/2 value, and 

4) to some degree, Course Type.

  • Any Course Type of Out-of-School Co-op (Day, Summer, Night) can only be a repeat of another Out-of-School Co-op. An In-school Co-op or any other Course Type can be identified as a repeat of any course type except Out-of-school Co-op. For example, a day-school course can be identified as a repeat of a night-school course.

  • For some courses, such as technology courses, it may be necessary to use all six characters of the course code in order to uniquely identify a course. In this situation, the course should have the Calculate repeats on 6 chars checkbox selected. Note: You can do this at the course level via the Scheduling > Courses window (this will select that checkbox for all enrolled students), or via the Transcript Information window (for an individual student).

  • Once this flag has been set, the criteria for determining repeated courses becomes:

Match on:

        1) all six characters of their course code,

        2) the description id, and

        3) the Part 1/2 value, and;

        4) to some degree, Course Type.

If multiple occurrences of a course have the calculate repeats on 6 chars set differently, they will not be identified as repeats. Courses identified as determining repeats based on all six characters will exclude any courses identified as using only the first five characters when searching for repeats.

  1. If a course that is normally offered as 1.0 credit is scheduled as two 0.5 credit courses instead, the Part 1/2 prompt must be completed for each course to identify the appropriate part. Note: This field is only enabled when a course has less than 1.0           earned credit. Failure to correctly complete this field will result in the courses being identified as repeats of each other. The Ministry of  Education has indicated to us that courses may only be divided into two parts. English courses should never be divided into part  courses.

Course Code Part Calc. Repeats on 6 Mark Credit Credit to Print Eligible for Transcript
MEL3E1 1 No 66 0.5 0.5 Yes
MEL3E2 2 No 76 0.5 R Yes
MEL3E3 1 No 54 0.5 R Yes
MEL3E4 2 No 88 0.5 0.5 Yes
MEL3E5 Yes 64 0.5 0.5 Yes*  
MEL3E6 Yes 77 0.5 0.5 Yes*  

* not repeats because of calc repeat on 6 flag.

  1. Grade 11 and 12 courses taken outside Ontario must be entered into the transcript information window with the course type Equivalent Course. These Equivalency courses are never to be considered as repeated courses. The mark for these courses must be EQV. Grade 9 and 10 courses taken outside of Ontario are still recorded within the PLE1N course for the student.
  2. Failed, Repeated, and Withdrawn senior courses are to appear on the transcript. Withdrawn courses are indicated with a W  in the credit-to-print column.
  3. Failed, Repeated, or Withdrawn junior courses are not to appear on the transcripts. Junior courses are identified with a fourth     character of 1, 2, and generally A, B.
  4. For Junior Repeated courses, only the course with the highest mark appears on the transcript. To be considered as a repeating course, the course must have earned a credit.
Year Course Code Mark Credit Credit to Print Eligible for Transcript Compulsory
1999-2000 SNC1D1 75 1.00 1.00 Yes Yes
1999-2000 MPM1D2 65 0.50 No (Repeat) N/A  
2000-2001 SNC1D1 54 1.00 No (Repeat) N/A  
2000-2001 MPM1D2 78 0.5 0.5 No (Repeat) Yes
2001-2002 MPM1D3 87 1.00 1.00 Yes Yes
  1. For Senior Repeated courses, all courses that have earned a credit must appear on the transcript if they were taken after Sept 1, 1999 (school year 1999-2000 and later). If the original course was taken prior to September. 1999, and was repeated during or after the 19992000 school year only, the second course appears on the transcript, UNLESS the mark of the second course is lower than the mark of the original course. In this case, both courses appear on the transcript and the second course displays an “R” in the  credit_to_print column. Courses repeated prior to Sept 1, 1999 will only display the course with the higher mark. The repeated  courses are indicated with an “R” in the credit-to-print column.

Year Course Code Mark Credit Credit to Print Eligible for Transcript Compulsory
1997-1998 AVI3G1 76 1.00 1.00 Yes Yes
1998-1999 AVI3G1 56 1.00 No N/A  
1998-1999 MAT3G1 55 1.00 No N/A  
1998-1999 SNC4G1 80 1.00 1.00 Yes Yes
1999-2000 SNC4G1 75 1.00 R Yes (Repeat) Yes
1999-2000 ENG3A1 78 1.00 R Yes (Repeat) No
1999-2000 MAT3G1 65 1.00 1.00 Yes Yes
2000-2001 SNC4G1 54 1.00 R Yes (Repeat) N/A
2001-2002 ENG3A1 87 1.00 1.00 Yes Yes
  1. Only one non-Grade 12 University preparation AMX3M credit and one Grade 12 University preparation (AMX4M)) credit in AMX       (Conservatory music) may count as Elective credits towards the OSSD and appear on the OST.

Year Course Code Mark Credit Credit to Print Eligible for Transcript Compulsory
2000-2001 AMX3M1 82 1.00 1.00 Yes No
2001-2002 AMX4M1 56 1.00 1.00 Yes No
A student who has been awarded two AMX credits may not earn additional music credits in Grades 10-12 through the challenge process.
 
  1. Students who receive credit for ministry-approved external credentials from music conservatories (see Policy and Program  Memorandum No. 133), the maximum of four optional credits that can be counted towards the OSSD includes both dual-credit  courses & external (music) credentials. For example: Students who earn two external music credits could only count two dual credits.

  2. Only one credit can be earned from HFN, HIF, BBI, BTT, (xxx1O or xxx2O), regular non co-op courses. Additional credits can be earned in these courses if taken as Out of school co-op courses. The course with the highest credit and mark will be counted.

  3. Only a senior-level science course can count as a compulsory credit for Group 3.

  4. As per PPM 139, the following guidance courses can count as a compulsory credit for Group 1, if credit was earned after Sept. 1, 2005: GLS1O, GLE1O, GLE2O, GLD2O, GWL3O, GPP3O, GLS4O, GLE4O, GLE3O, GLN4O

  5. As per PPM 139: Besides earning a compulsory credit from the guidance courses listed above, these same course codes may  be used as a substitution for a compulsory credit in another requirement area. A maximum of 1.0 credit can be substituted like this.

  6. As per PPM 139, up to 2.0 credits from co-operative education courses (out-of-school co-op courses only) can count as a  compulsory credit for Group 1, Group 2, or Group 3 requirement area, if the credit was earned after Aug. 31, 2005. The co-operative education course can come from any curriculum guideline area (e.g. a tech co-op course can count in any Group, not just Group 3  with the other tech day courses). A multi credit co-op course can have its credits split between more than one requirement area. For example, a 2.0 co-op credit course can have 1.0 credit applied to Group 1, and the second 1.0 credit applied to Group 2.

  7. The co-operative education courses cannot be used as substitutions to meet other compulsory credit requirements.

  8. A student who has earned a credit in GLE1O cannot also earn a credit in GLS1O. The Ministry's curriculum guideline makes it clear that GLS1O and GLE1O are the same course. "A student who has an IEP may receive a maximum of one credit for the Learning Strategies 1 course at each grade level - one credit in Grade 9 and one credit in Grade 10."  (Page 7 of The new curriculum document for Guidance and Career Education Grade 9 and 10 courses.)

  9. A student who has earned a credit in GLS4O cannot also earn a credit in GLE4O.

  10. A student may earn credits in both the day school GLS course and a GLS co-op course. This is not considered as a repeated course.

  11. When calculating eligible dual-course credits, if the maximum of 4.0 credits is exceeded by the course's credit, the application will display a credit-to-print value that represents the portion of the credit which falls within the maximum limit. For example, if a student already has 3.0 credits from dual courses, and has another course that has earned 2.0 credits, only 1.0 of the credit will be counted toward the student's transcript, and the course will have a transcript note of B displayed to indicate this.

  12. As per PPM 146, classical or international language courses taken by a French student will apply towards the Group 1 requirement if  the credit is earned prior to Sept. 1, 2007. If it is earned on Sept. 1, 2007 or later, the credit will apply towards the Group 3 requirement.

  13. As per PPM 146, a French student may count 1.0 credit from the following English courses as either a compulsory credit for Group 2  OR Group 3, but not both. The course codes involved are: EAE, EAT, EAB, EAL, EAN, EAC. This compulsory credit is in addition to  the compulsory credits which these courses can earn toward the Anglais and Group 1 requirement.

  14. As per PPM 146, English students may now apply a credit earned in FSF, FEF, or FIF on or after Sept.1, 2007 towards their Group 1 requirement. An additional FSF, FEF, or FIF credit can also be applied to EITHER Group 2 OR Group 3. These compulsory credits are in addition to  the compulsory credit which these courses can earn toward the French requirement area.

  15. Beginning Sept 1, 2010 (school year 2010-2011) a student may earn a credit in either ALC1O or ALC2O, but not both.

  16. Beginning Sept 1, 2010 (school year 2010-2011) a student may earn a credit in either AEA3O or AEA4O, but not both.

  17. If a student is working towards SHSM program she will not be awarded the OSSD diploma until requirements for both are met. Once the requirements have been met for both, the same earned date (which is the date of the latest earned component for both diplomas) will be given for both the OSSD and the SHSM. However OSSD/ will not be revoked if it was earned in a previous school year. THIS COULD HAVE A SIGNIFICANT IMPACT ON THE FINAL REPORTING TO OCAS/OUAC, SINCE THE STUDENT WILL BE REPORTED AS NOT HAVING EARNED HER DIPLOMA

  18. Beginning Sept 1, 2015 (school year 2015-2016) a student may earn a credit in either PSE4U or PSK4U, but not both.

  19. Beginning Sept 1, 2015 (school year 2015-2016) a student may earn a credit in either PLF4C or PLF4M, but not both.

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