4. The student’s learning project must
(1) provide for the application of any program of study established by the Minister under the first paragraph of section 461 of the Act, include the activities or content prescribed by the Minister in the broad areas of learning the Minister establishes under the third paragraph of that section, and provide for the taking of the examinations imposed by the school service centre that has jurisdiction under the second paragraph of section 231 of the Act, on the basis of what would be included in the educational services received by the student if the student were attending a school; or
(2) otherwise acquire a body of knowledge and various skills and, for that purpose, provide for varied and stimulating activities and the application of the programs of study established by the Minister under the first paragraph of section 461 of the Act for elementary and secondary school instructional services in the following subjects:
(a) a subject in the language of instruction and a subject in the second language, depending on the parents’ choice, one in French and the other in English;
(b) the compulsory subjects in the subject area of mathematics, science and technology and in the subject area of social sciences, chosen from among the subjects that are taught during the cycle of instruction in which the student would be if the student were attending school.
For the purposes of subparagraph 2 of the first paragraph, a content to achieve the objectives included in the program of each subject must be taught to allow progress in learning equivalent to that applicable per cycle at school.
O.C. 644-2018, s. 4; O.C. 787-2019, s. 11.