Course Selection

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Course selections this year will be done online, beginning Monday, May 25th and ending Friday, May 29th.  Students will need their login information to access the portal and course registration.  Any students having accessed Microsoft Teams for their current classes will already have this information.  Anyone requiring assistance or with questions, please feel free to email Ms. O'Donnell ( or Mr. Landry (  If for some reason you are unable to access the portal, you may complete the course selection form found below, save it, then email it to Ms. O'Donnell or Mr. Landry for them to input. 


The MVHS Course Selection Booklet outlines the graduation requirements as well as provides course descriptions.  

  • To begin, students must log into the student portal which may be accessed at  On the left-hand side there is a menu and students are to click into the section called 'Class Registration'
  • The links below will direct students to the 'How-To' videos for each grade level which will walk students through the process.  There are two videos for each grade level-one explaining the course selection sheet that is attached (or that students picked up a few weeks ago) with some information regarding career pathways and what courses may be needed to satisfy the requirements for post-secondary education and the other takes the student step-by-step through the online process. 
  • Once a student feels they have selected the correct courses, they are to click 'submit'.
  • Please note that if a student has chosen a course that requires an application, they must then complete the application attached below and send it to Ms. O'Donnell ( as soon as possible.  


'How-To' Videos may be accessed at the following location: 


For those students interested in the ASD-N ICE Centre please read the information below:

The ASDN ICE Centre is currently offering 5 career pathway courses. These courses allow you to explore a specific career before you graduate high school. Each course includes both in class and hands on experience. All courses are open to Grade 11 and 12 students and are held at NBCC for 2 hours per day during 4th and 5th period. It's a great opportunity to explore NBCC while gaining hands on experience.
Courses for 2020-21: 
  • Intro to Nursing 
  • Entrepreneurship and Business Planning 
  • Early Childhood Education 
  • Mechanized Forest Equipment Operator 
  • Heavy Construction (Heavy Equipment, Mobile Crane & Heavy-Duty Mechanic) 
If you are interested in an ICE Centre course, please apply directly on their website and we will contact you to confirm your schedule works!
ICE Centre courses do not show up on the course selection so please select courses you want as alternative if you cannot attend the ICE Centre.
Apply at