Welcome to the Henry Street High School English Department. Our aim as teachers is to help produce tomorrow's scholars and citizens. A solid foundation in the English language is an essential key to success in Canadian society. Through a comprehensive program, focusing on various forms of writing, grammar, literature, oral expression, and media studies, we hope to enable students to succeed in their lives during and after high school.
The English Department offers the following courses. Some courses may not run every year, depending on enrollment numbers. More information about all of these courses is available at the Ministry of Education
|Grade 9 Academic English
|Grade 9 Applied English
|Grade 9 Essential English
|Grade 10 Academic English
|Grade 10 Applied English
|Grade 10 Essential English
|Grade 11 University English
|Grade 11 College English
|Grade 11 Workplace English
|Grade 11 Media Studies
|Grade 11 Literacy Skills
|Grade 12 University English
|Grade 12 College English
|Grade 12 Workplace English
|Grade 12 Business English
|Grade 12 Studies in Literature
|Grade 12 Writer's Craft
|Grade 12 Ontario Literacy Course
Plagiarism: Any assignment that is plagiarized, in whole or in part, will receive a mark of zero. Names of all offenders will be kept on a list in the department office for the reference of other teachers.
Non-Negotiable Due Dates: Many assignments in all courses will have non-negotiable due dates. This means that assignments will not be accepted late unless they are accompanied by a doctor's note.
Book Return: It is a student's responsibility to return all textbooks and other materials in reasonable condition. Failure to do so will result in the student compensating the school for the loss or damage.
This link connects to the Modern Language Association's main page. Henry Street High School uses the MLA formatting system. MLA.com
This link connects to the most recent edition of Roget's thesaurus. Bartleby.com