The student takes care of planning his own studies. Tutors, group leaders, study counselors and the principal help in planning.
The student must make his choice of study course/course carefully and commit to the choices he makes. However, it is possible to check your study program before the start of the new period using the open course trays in Wilma. It is a good idea to discuss the changes with the group supervisor, study supervisor or principal to make sure that your study program makes sense and that the courses are sufficient.
Succeeding in high school studies requires regular and active participation in the lessons of study periods/courses as well as conscientious homework and course work.
When making a plan for upper secondary school studies, think about the following things:
• What subjects do you need in your future further education or profession
• Choose optional/in-depth courses from the subjects you write
• Note the importance of subject matter and the choice of repeated study periods/courses
• Think about whether you want to emphasize mathematical-natural science or humanistic subjects in your course selections
• Decide if you want to expand your language selection
High school studies are recommended to be done in such a way that the minimum 150 credits/75 courses required for the final certificate are distributed over three years approximately as follows:
1st year: 12 credits/term and 60 credits/academic year
2st year: 12 credits/term and 60 credits/academic year
3st year: 10 credits/term and 30 credits/academic year
1st year: 6 courses/term and 30 courses/academic year
2st year: 6 courses/term and 30 courses/academic year
3rd year: 5 courses/term and 15 courses/academic year.