As a means of providing equitable opportunities for students, South East Cornerstone School Division provides online education to high school students across the school division. Cyber Stone now offers sufficient programming options that students may obtain all graduation requirements in an online environments.
In the 2016-17 school year, basic core programming for Grades 8 and 9 were added.
All Cyber Stone classes are provided asynchronously - virtual classrooms are open and available to students 24/7 and do not have specific class meeting times. Students and teachers are in frequent and regular contact, primarily through email. Live, online meeting and tutorial sessions with the course teacher are available. Regular "attendance" and participation by students is mandatory.Cyber Stone does not offer summer school at this time.
South East Cornerstone students will register for online courses through their local school principal.
Students (age 21 and younger) who are not attending another SE Cornerstone school, home-based education students, students from other school divisions (external students), and adult students (age 22 and older), must complete the 2017-2018 Cyber Stone registration form and return it to the Principal of Cyber Stone, Susan Wilson. Registration for the 2017 - 2018 school year will open in mid-August.
It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that all necessary pre-requisites have been met before applying to a course.
Students under the age of 22 who are registered within South East Cornerstone Public School Division have no tuition charges for any courses offered by the school division. Some courses may have a materials fee and/or a refundable textbook deposit.
External and adult students are assessed tuition of $500 per course.
2017- 2018 Courses
|ELA||ELA 8||Matthew Mickleborough|
|||ELA 9||Heidi Hesselink|
|ELA A 10, B 10||Matthew Mickleborough|
|||ELA 20||Matthew Mickleborough|
|||ELA A 30, B 30||Maureen Braun|
|Math||Mathematics 8||Mark Pitman|
|||Mathematics 9||Mark Pitman|
|||Workplace & Apprenticeship 10||Andrew Sharpe|
|||Workplace & Apprenticeship 20||Andrew Sharpe|
|||Workplace & Apprenticeship 30||Andrew Sharpe|
|||Foundations & Pre-Calculus 10||Andrew Sharpe|
|||Foundations 20||Andrew Sharpe|
|||Foundations 30||Andrew Sharpe|
|||Pre-Calculus 20||Susan Wilson|
|||Pre-Calculus 30||Susan Wilson|
|||Calculus 30||Susan Wilson|
|Science||Science 8||Melissa Magnusson|
|||Science 9||Mark Pitman|
|Science 10||Michele Andrews|
|||Physical Science 20||Susan Wilson|
|||Environmental Science 20||Michele Andrews|
|||Physics 30||Michele Andrews|
|||Earth Science 30 ||Michele Andrews|
|||Computer Science 20||Susan Wilson|
|Physical Ed||Wellness 10||Caroline Gillies|
|Social||Social Studies 8||Mark Pitman|
|||Social Studies 9||Mark Pitman|
|Social 10||Mark Pitman|
|||History 30: Canadian Studies||Mark Pitman|
|||Law 30||Mark Pitman|
|||Psychology 30||Heidi Hesselink|
|PAA||Accounting 10, 20, 30||Melissa Magnusson|
|||PAA Survey: Ag Production 20||Michele Andrews|
|||Agriculture 30||Michele Andrews|
|||Food Studies 30||Caroline Gillies|
Information Processing 10, 20
|||Interior Design 30||Caroline Gillies|
|||Life Transitions 30||Maureen Braun|
PAA Survey: Media & Communications 20
If you are 18 and have been out of school for at least a year, you are eligible to obtain an Adult 12. Under the Adult 12 Policy, an adult may attain a Grade 12 standing by successfully completing 7 credit classes. Prerequisite requirements are waived for adults. Credits may be attained by taking the course from a Saskatchewan secondary school, by correspondence, or a Saskatchewan post-secondary institution approved to offer secondary level courses. Adults also have the option of challenging a departmental examination.
Compulsory courses for Adult 12 (secondary completion) are:
English Language Arts A 30 and English Language Arts B 30;
One Canadian Studies course (History 30, Native Studies 30, or Social Studies 30)
One level 20 or level 30 mathematics;
One level 20 or level 30 science;
Two electives at level 30 (one may be Prior Learning 30; locally-developed courses may also be used to meet elective requirements)
Courses from the following series may also meet requirements for completion: 21, 31; 20A, 30A
Credits obtained through the K-12 system may be transferred to the Adult 12 program.
Courses Not Offered
If you are interested in a course that we do not offer, you may want to see what is available from other Saskatchewan school divisions (http://www.skdistancelearning.ca/). Families will be responsible for paying tuition costs for courses delivered from other school divisions.