Available courses

This course is geared at introducing students to the concepts of computers and the office.

Students review the fundamentals of computers, learn about the basic operations of a computer, how to shop for a computer and its components. Also increase their familiarity Information Technology terminology. Topics on the social and health impacts of the computer within the office and home are covered.

Students get hands on training of the common office applications.



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This course aims to provide the mathematical knowledge and skills that will assist students to interpret and understand their particular discipline and pursue mathematics at a higher level.

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This course is designed to allow student to build on the foundation of essay writing to a more structured component of written communication. Students should be able to write argumentative essays, in addition to learning the research writing process. Additionally, students will be introduced to the documentation process,   using MLA, APA and CSE.


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This course comprises of different components of the English language which may be categorized under four main strands, namely: listening, speaking, reading and writing.  All four language strands incorporate the critical skill of "thinking." 

The four language strands are interrelated and development in one area fosters growth in another; therefore, this course is structured so that all language components (grammar, writing, spelling, reading comprehension skills, literature) may be done simultaneously.  However, mindful that students may be much weaker in certain areas than in others,   the course  also caters to those who  would like  to focus solely on a particular  unit or units within a semester.  

Tutoring is being offered based on learner preference or need. 

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Supplementing classes in preparation for G6NA in Science



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This course comprises of different components of the English language which may be categorized under four main strands, namely: listening, speaking, reading and writing.  All four language strands incorporate the critical skill of "thinking." 

The four language strands are interrelated and development in one area fosters growth in another; therefore, this course is structured so that all language components (grammar, writing, spelling, reading comprehension skills, literature) may be done simultaneously.  However, mindful that students may be much weaker in certain areas than in others,   the course  also caters to those who  would like  to focus solely on a particular  unit or units within a semester.  

Tutoring is being offered based on learner preference or need. 

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Supplementing classes in preparation for G6NA in Mathematics



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Supplementing classes in preparation for CSEC examinations in Human & Social Biology

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Supplementing classes in preparation for CSEC examinations in Mathematics



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Supplemeting classes in prepation for CSEC examinations in Office Administration

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Supplementing classes in preparation for CSEC examinations in Social Studies


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A self-paced tutorial designed to allow the learner to learn the essentials of using a Spreadsheet.

There are 7 units and the learner is expected to complete them sequentially.

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News and Announcements

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TOP STUDENTS
by Denise M. Edwards - Monday, 26 December 2016, 10:26 PM
 

We congratulate those who have excelled this semester,  We wish you well as you continue your educational journey.

  • COMP123 - Anelta Charles
  • ENG111 - Ryan Samuel and Kadeema Jean
  • ENG122 - Nykelle Lee
  • MATH115 - Yohana Daniel
  • MATH121 - Michelle Graham
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Resourceful Links
by Denise M. Edwards - Thursday, 22 September 2016, 2:26 PM
 

You may find the following sites resourceful:

Online Library https://openlibrary.org/

Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL) - http://owl.english.purdue.edu

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DSC Student Survey
by Denise M. Edwards - Sunday, 18 September 2016, 3:01 PM
 

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