Customized Educational Pathways

At Uchenna Academy, customized planning is co-created with students and their families to achieve their personal and academic potential and help them transition to the next higher academic level.

Our enriched Ontario academic curriculum offers a quality education so our students can be successful at their future endeavours.

Uchenna Academy offers students a variety of educational programs. Below are sample programs for our Ontario curriculum model:

Grade 8 Reach Ahead curriculum:

  • Language Arts
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • French
  • History
  • Geography
  • Arts
  • Physical Education
  • Reach Ahead: Students who qualify are offered to take grade 9 high school credit courses.

High School Advanced Placement curriculum:

Students in Grade 9 at Uchenna will take the following program. Note that there are two areas for choice:

  • Canadian Geography (CGC1D)
  • English (ENL1W)
  • French (FSF1D or FSF2D)
  • Mathematics (MTH1W or MPM2D)
  • Physical education (PPL10)
  • Science (SNC1D)
  • 2 credits in art, drama, business and technology.

Grade 10 Course Program at Uchenna

Students in Grade 10 at Uchenna will take the following program:

  • Career studies (GLC2O) (0.5 credit)
  • Civics and Citizenship (0.5 credit) (CHV2O)
  • English (ENG2D)
  • History (CHC2D)
  • Mathematics (MPM2D or MCR3U)
  • Science (SNC2D)
  • 3 additional courses – One (1) may be in Advanced Placement (AP): AP Seminar, AP African American History or AP Psychology

Grade 11 Course Program at Uchenna

Students in Grade 11 at Uchenna will take the following program:

  • English (ENG3U)
  • Mathematics (MCR3U or MHF4U)
  • Science: Chemistry (SCH3U), Biology (SBI3U) and/or Physics (SPH3U)
  • 5 additional courses, two (2) Advanced Placement (AP): Languages, Physical Education (includes Leadership), Business, Economics, Psychology, History, Politics, Design Your Future in Basketball

Grade 12 Course Program at Uchenna

Students in Grade 12 at Uchenna will take the following program:

  • English (ENG4U, can be AP Language and Composition)
  • Mathematics (MHF4U, MCV4U (can be AP), MDM4U)
  • Science: Chemistry (SCH4U), Biology (SBI4U) and/or Physics (SPH4U)
  • 3-5 additional courses, two (2) Advanced Placement: Languages, Physical Education (includes Kinesiology), Business, Economics, History, Politics, AP Research, SAT Prep Course