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STEM at LIA

P6_Photo-2_Mr. William Neal, Director of STEM
William Neal
DIRECTOR OF STEM
LIA’s newest initiative, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) is an integrated, interdisciplinary program that provides students the opportunity to explore advanced technology fields at the high-school level.

The STEM program explores trends and techniques in science and technology-related fields, and promotes experiential-based learning, which allows students to earn practical, hands-on experience in their classes. Students taking STEM credits as part of their OSSD requirements learn how to use technology to solve real-world problems, and also how to be responsible, global citizens.

Our STEM Courses include: Science, Math, Engineering, Calculus, Trigonometry etc. For more information about our STEM Program, please contact William Neal, the Director of STEM.

Advanced Functions

Learning the techniques for combing functions, understanding the rates of changes.

Calculus & Vectors

Broadening their understanding of rates of change & applying those concepts to the modelling of real-world relationships.

Physics

Deepening their understanding of physics concepts and theories & considering the impact of physics on society and the environment

Chemistry

Deepening their understanding of chemistry through the study of organic chemistry, the structure and properties of matter, energy changes, equilibrium in chemical system, and electrochemistry.

In Ontario, students are required to earn 30 credits to complete secondary school. 18 of these are compulsory credits. Most compulsory credits are earned in grade 9 and 10, allowing more room for elective credits in grades 11 and 12. LIA offers the STEP program in conjunction with the requirements of the OSSD to ensure that all students graduate grade 12 at or beyond the English language equivalent for the province of Ontario. The STEP program is supplementary–it does not replace core curriculum courses required for graduation.

Previous Education Received Credits to Complete Fall Winter Spring/Summer Notes
High School Graduate
with 24 Credits
6 3 3 Graduate 4-6 credits to graduate
Completed Grade 11
with 22 Credits
8 4 4 Graduate 8 credits to graduate
Completed Grade 10
with 16 Credits
14 4 4 2 14 credits to graduate
Completed Grade 9
with 8 Credits
22 4 4 2 22 credits to graduate

 

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