The first letter identifies the curriculum area.
|B = Business Studies||K = Alternative (non-credit)|
|C = Canadian & World Studies||L = Classical and International Languages|
|E = English||M = Mathematics|
|F = French as a Second Language||P = Health and Physical Education|
|G = Guidance and Career Education||S = Science|
|H = Social Sciences and Humanities||T = Technological Education|
The first three digits (always letters) identify the subject
For more course code descriptions and subjects
If the course is credit bearing the fourth digit is always a number.
|2 = Grade 10||4 = Grade 12|
The fifth digit is always a letter and identifies the course "type".
Grades 9 & 10
- D = Academic
- L = Locally Developed
- P = Applied
- O = Open
Grades 11 & 12
- C = College Prep
- M = University/College Prep
- U = University Prep
- E = Workplace Prep
- O = Open
Some courses codes have a sixth digit.
It can be a number or letter and is used to distinguish course characteristics.
|F = Female||C = Co-op|
|X = Music Extension||Z = French Immersion|
|B = International Baccalaureate||N = Enrichment Program|
How to decode an Alternative (non-credit) course.
The first digit is a 'K' and indicates an alternative course.
The second and third digits refer to the subject.
The fourth digit will be a letter indicating which year (level) of the course.
|B = Year 2||F = Year 6|
|C = Year 3||G = Year 7|
|D = Year 4|||
The fifth digit is always a 'N'.