The Flexible Studies Program uses the acronym VOICES to summarize our educational philosophy. In providing opportunities for students to engage with content in meaningful and relevant ways, to explore ideas and questions of their determination, and to share all of this with our community, we believe that students will be engaged and engrossed with their education.
The junior French Immersion option of the Flexible Studies program is a two-year program where students take a full French Immersion timetable along with Flex English and Flex math. Flex English and Flex math classes are offered in a blocked timetable and students are grouped by grade-level. Flex math will be completed in a mixed cohort alongside English Flexible Studies students while Flex English for the French Immersion cohort is completed in a cohort of Flex French Immersion students .
In the French Immersion option for the junior Flexible Studies Program (grades 9 & 10), students take the following courses:
In grade nine, French Immersion students in the Flexible Studies program take the following Flex courses:
- English Flex 9
- Math Flex 9
- Flex Service 9 (outside the timetable)
In grade ten, French Immersion students in the Flexible Studies program take the following Flex courses:
- English Flex 10
- Foundations of Math & Pre-Calculus Flex 10
- Flex Service 10 (outside the timetable)
Junior Flexible Studies Program Application
The 2020/2021 Junior option Flexible Studies Program Application is now open. The same application is used by both English and FRIM applicants. The completed application is due to Reynolds Secondary by 1pm on Friday January 24th, 2020. It is possible to apply using the online application or a paper application.
Applications for grade 10 students entering either the English or French Immersion option of the Flexible Studies Program are accepted, but acceptance to the program is contingent on available space. The above application is also used for students looking to enrol in grade 10.
Reynolds Exponential proposals happen near the end of a student’s grade 10 year and in consultation with Flex teachers.