Co-ordinating Teacher (CT)
Ms. Nicole Seneviratne
nicole.seneviratne@cssd.ab.ca

Religious Studies is an integral part of Saint Francis High School. All students are required to enroll in a Religious Studies course in each year of their high school program. Credits in all three courses are a requirement for participation in graduation ceremonies from Saint Francis High School.

The Senior High Religious Studies Program engages students in the Search for Meaning. It offers to adolescents a way of realizing and fulfilling their potential as human beings.

RELIGIOUS STUDIES 15 (3 credit)
The program explores major cultural issues, beginning with their own life experiences, students acquire a deeper and more systematic knowledge of themselves, Christ's message, and the Church.

RELIGIOUS STUDIES 25 (3 credit)
This course centers on the theme of Believing through an exploration of the concepts of belief, faith, knowledge and truth.

RELIGIOUS STUDIES 35 (3 credit)
In Search of the Good challenges students to understand themselves as moral persons called to discipleship by living the way of Christ.

RELIGIOUS STUDIES 35 - ON-LINE (3 credit)
Prerequisite - Religious Studies Department Approva
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This alternative is for those students who have difficulty fitting the course into their schedule. Students must fill out an application form to be considered for this on-line course.


Religion

Co-ordinating Teacher (CT)
Ms. Nicole Seneviratne
nicole.seneviratne@cssd.ab.ca

Religious Studies is an integral part of Saint Francis High School. All students are required to enroll in a Religious Studies course in each year of their high school program. Credits in all three courses are a requirement for participation in graduation ceremonies from Saint Francis High School.

The Senior High Religious Studies Program engages students in the Search for Meaning. It offers to adolescents a way of realizing and fulfilling their potential as human beings.

RELIGIOUS STUDIES 15 (3 credit)
The program explores major cultural issues, beginning with their own life experiences, students acquire a deeper and more systematic knowledge of themselves, Christ's message, and the Church.

RELIGIOUS STUDIES 25 (3 credit)
This course centers on the theme of Believing through an exploration of the concepts of belief, faith, knowledge and truth.

RELIGIOUS STUDIES 35 (3 credit)
In Search of the Good challenges students to understand themselves as moral persons called to discipleship by living the way of Christ.

RELIGIOUS STUDIES 35 - ON-LINE (3 credit)
Prerequisite - Religious Studies Department Approva
l
This alternative is for those students who have difficulty fitting the course into their schedule. Students must fill out an application form to be considered for this on-line course.