Programs

Communication Technology

COURSE

CREDITS

PREREQUISITE

Communication Technology 10

6

None

  • COM 1005: Visual Composition
  • COM 1015: Media
  • COM 1035: Graphic Tools
  • COM 1105: Audio / Video
  • COM 1205: Photography – Introduction
  • COM 1145: Animation 1

Graphic & Digital Design 20

6

Communication Technology 10

  • COM 1025: Typography
  • COM 1165: Printing 1
  • COM 2025: Electronic Layout & Publishing 1
  • COM 2035: Raster Graphics 1
  • COM 2045: Vector Graphics 1
  • COM 2155: Design - Brand Identity

Graphic & Digital Design 30

6

Graphic & Digital Design 20

  • COM 2165: Printing 2
  • COM 3025: Electronic Layout & Publishing 2
  • COM 3035: Raster Graphics 2
  • COM 3045: Vector Graphics 2
  • COM 3155: Design - Advertising Campaigns
  • COM 2175: Interactive Presentation

Graphic & Digital Design 30

6

Graphic & Digital Design 20

  • COM 2165: Printing 2
  • COM 3025: Electronic Layout & Publishing 2
  • COM 3035: Raster Graphics 2
  • COM 3045: Vector Graphics 2
  • COM 3155: Design - Advertising Campaigns
  • COM 2175: Interactive Presentation

Digital Filmmaking 20

6

Communication Technology 10

  • COM 2105: AV Pre Production
  • COM 2115: AV Production 1
  • COM 2125: AV Post Production 1
  • COM 2145: Animation 2
  • COM 3135: Audio Techniques
  • COM 2910: COM Project B

Digital Filmmaking 30

6

Digital Filmmaking 20

  • COM 3005: Creative Writing
  • COM 3105: AV Preproduction 2
  • COM 3115: AV Production 2
  • COM 3125: AV Post Production 2
  • COM 3145: Animation 3
  • COM 3910: COM Project D

Digital Photography 20

6

Communication Technology 10

  • COM 1215: Photography -  Exposure
  • COM 1275: Photography - Digital Processing 1
  • COM 2205: Photography - Composition
  • COM 2225: Photography - Darkroom Techniques
  • COM 3235: Photography - B &W Digital Techniques
  • COM 2215: Photography - Communication

Digital Photography 30

6

Digital Photography 20

  • COM 3275: Photography - Digital Processing 2
  • COM 3245: Photography – Outdoor
  • COM 3225: Photography – Colour
  • COM 3215: Photography – Photojournalism
  • COM 3205: Photography – Lighting
  • COM 2175: Interactive Presentation (Portfolio)

Yearbook 10

5

None

  • COM 1005: Visual Composition
  • OOM 1035: Graphic Tools
  • COM 1205: Photo-Introduction
  • COM 1025: Typography
  • COM 1275: Photo-Digital Processing 1

Yearbook 20

5

Yearbook 10

  • COM 2025: Electronic Layout & Publishing 1
  • COM 2035: Raster Graphics 1
  • OOM 2045: Vector Graphics 1
  • COM 2205: Photo-Composition
  • COM 2215: Photo-Communication

Yearbook 30

5

Yearbook 20

  • COM 3025: Electronic Layout & Publishing 2
  • COM 3215: Photo-Photojournalism
  • COM 3275: Photo-Digital Processing 2
  • COM 3035: Raster Graphics 2
  • OOM 3045: Vector Graphics 2

Computers 10

6

None

  • INF2020: Keyboarding
  • INF1030: Word Processing 1
  • INF1060: Spreadsheet 1
  • INF2050: Word Processing 2
  • INF2080: Spreadsheet 2
  • INF1070: Digital Presentation

Counsellor Corner

 

Scholarships

  • www.alis.alberta.ca - The Alberta Government Information Service has a large section devoted to Scholarships & Bursaries. You will find the application forms for Rutherford Scholarships here as well.
  • www.studentawards.com - This web-site collects information about scholarships & bursaries and forwards the information they think is relevant to you if you register with them (has a North American focus).
  • www.scholarshipscanada.com - This web-site collects information about scholarships & bursaries and forwards the information they think is relevant to you if you register with them (has more of a Canadian focus).
  • Credit Achievement Awards - This is a program set up by HCHS to recognize students who choose to enhance their high school courses with extra courses.
  • HCHS Awards - Only courses taken at Harry Collinge will be considered for Harry Collinge Scholarships - so no courses from The Learning Connection or any other school in Alberta or out of the province.

Career Readiness

  • www.alis.alberta.ca - The Alberta Government Information Service has a large section devoted to Occupation Information. It is updated regularly and has the most current information of the job market in Alberta & Canada. There is a lot of useful information on this web-site.
  • www.careercruising.com - User name & Password available  from the Guidance Office. Once you have logged in to the site we recommend you create your own account by choosing a new user name & password.  The web-site is set up to help you to search by interests, skills & school subjects.

Planning for High School & Beyond

www.careercruising.com - User name & Password available  from the Guidance Office. Once you have logged in to the site we recommend you create your own account by choosing a new user name & password.  The web-site is set up to help you to search by interests, skills & school subjects.

www.applyalberta.ca - One stop, on-line application process for many of the Post-Secondary Institutions in Albert

CTS Fashions

 

Introductory Courses

  • FAS1000: FASHION ILLUSTRATION
  • FAS1010: FASHION DYNAMICS
  • FAS1020: TEXTILES & THEIR CARE
  • FAS1030: SEWING FUNDAMENTALS
  • FAS1050: REDESIGN, RECYCLE & RESTORE
  • FAS1060: CREATING  ACCESSORIES1
  • FAS1190: TEXTILE ARTS 1

Intermediate Courses

  • FAS2000: FASHION ILLUSTRATION 2
  • FAS2040: EVOLUTION OF FASHION
  • FAS2080: ACTIVEWEAR
  • FAS2100: SEWING FOR OTHERS
  • FAS2110: CREATING HOME DECOR
  • FAS2140: FASHION MERCHANDISING
  • FAS2160: CREATING ACCESSORIES 2
  • FAS2190: TEXTILE ARTS 2

Advance Courses

  • FAS3000: FASHION ILLUSTRATION 3
  • FAS3070: CREATORS OF FASHION
  • FAS3080: CULTURAL FASHIONS
  • FAS3120: WEARABLE ART
  • FAS3140: FASHION RETAILING
  • FAS3190: TEXTILE ARTS 3
  • FAS3200: OUTDOOR CLOTHING

 

Fine Art

In Art 8 and 9 We'll focus on how visual stimuli is organized. We'll learn to look at, understand, and interpret the visual information that surrounds us. We'll learn to make art using both traditional and contemporary media. We'll discuss values placed on art, and the creation of art. We'll use this knowledge to discuss how art is interpreted by other people. We'll gain confidence in the expression of emotion through art, and we'll learn to be able to make qualitative judgments about art.

In Art 10/20/30 we'll focus on three major components of visual learning. We'll develop our drawing skills, our ability to compose an image or series of images, and we'll develop our ability to communicate ideas through our art. We'll work to develop our skills in drawing, painting, and sculpture.