My Graduation Plan

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  1. Healthy Living
    1. This year, I am _______Participating in gym class_____ to meet DPA requirements (150 mins/week of moderate to vigorous physical activity).
    2. Next year, I will ____Take gym class_____ to meet DPA requirements.
    3. Other than physical activity, I will also need a concrete plan for _Healthy eating_ and _Stress Management_ in order to lead a healthy life after graduation.


  1. Course Credits
    1. I need __80__ credits to graduate. A typical course is worth __4__
      1. __48__ of them must be from required courses.
      2. __28__ of them must be from electives.
  • __16__ of them must be from Grade 12 courses.
  1. At the end of this year, I will have __44__


  1. Community Connections
    1. I need __30__ hours of work/volunteer experience. To show I completed this, I must show proof in the form of ___pay stub__ or _reference letter_.
    2. I can start accumulating these hours in Grade __
    3. My plan to earn work/volunteer hours is through __Working at fast food place_
    4. I will also need to complete a reflection that includes ___My experience__, __What I did_, and __How I benefitted_. It will be __200__ typed words minimum.


  1. Career and Life
    1. In addition to updating my resume, I will also create _Post-secondary Plan_ and _Financial plan_ to show that I have a plan in place after graduation.
    2. When I graduate, my current plan is to __Go to college.
  2. Interview
    1. To prepare for the interview, I can look at the questions ahead of time. They are found __On the GT Website
    2. My interview will be with a ___Riverside Staff Member­­­____.

Math 10 Honors Number Summary

During first unit of Math 10 Honors, we were taught things about the real number system, mixed radicals, and entire radicals. Some of the things we learned were a bit of review to me, but other things were completely new to me, and I was a little confused about how to do a lot of it at first, but eventually understood it. We were shown how to find factors of numbers,  and find out what numbers are prime numbers. On that topic, we also discovered that the largest known prime number has 17,425,170 digits. We also learned about natural numbers, whole numbers, and integers and how they’re all relate and how they don’t relate to each other. We also learned that there are many imaginary numbers that exist. We learned how to simplify entire or mixed radicals into simplest form, in which is a part I struggled with at first, though I hope to remember, so it’s easier in the future.

Life is About Experiences

(This project is based on my experiences in a written paragraph that I eventually turned into a SWAY presentation)


Climbing Grouse Mountain was surprisingly fun and worth the climb. When we started, I thought I would get very tired, as the last time I did it, I barely made it to the top. For the second half of the way up, a large wasp continued to follow us up the mountain, and never went away until the top. It never stung us, but it kept flying into us, and made us stumble at times.


Through most of the way up, the only thought of just climbing up the mountain and getting to the top, though, I never felt too tired. The entire way up the mountain, all I could see was trees and other people going up. When ever we stopped for a little break, we always got swarmed by flies, which always made us just get up and keep going, because it was obnoxious. Once we got to the top, we got some water, and looked at the view of the city. At the top, there are a few things to do, such as looking at two grizzly bears that have their own habitat, watch performances, go zip-lining, get a tour around the top, and more. After all of that, we went back down the mountain in a gondola. There were a lot of people in the gondola, so nobody could really move anywhere until it was over, but the view from the windows were cool.  After all of that, I didn’t feel any pain or anything.


Climbing Grouse Mountain was definitely worth it.