Welcome to Business Education

We are looking forward to another great year in Business Education.  The Business Education department is pleased to announce the addition of Mr. Christopher Scoggins to our great team.  He brings a wealth of experience to share with the students. We are also proud to announce the expansion of the Canadian Koshk Student Executive program to include 5 senior students, who will help grow, manage and run the Canadian Koshk

Business is offered for students in grade 9-12.  Courses include: Entrepreneurship, Retailing, Marketing, Business Management and Leadership, Accounting, and Economics.  There are a number of unique projects and assignments the students have the opportunity to complete such as on-site job shadowing, managing The Canadian Koshk, and charity events.  It is important the students are able to put the theory they are learning in the classroom into practice.

The Canadian Koshk

A school store that is run by the students, for the students! Selling Heritage Gear, School Supplies and Printing Services.  Room 322

Operating Hours:


8:00-8:15 before morning assembly
9:50-10:05 for morning recess
12:05-12:25 for the first half of secondary lunch (secondary students only)

Also, for our young guests (Grades SK-Grade 3) we have set up individual times with the teacher to come for a session on Consumer Education and opportunities to purchase if they wish.

Business Education Grade 9

Business Education Grade 10

Business Education Grade 11

Business Education Grade 12

  • Letter of introduction – Mr. John Mullin Dear parents and guardians of Heritage International School Hello, and thank you for giving me the chance to introduce myself and to explain briefly how and why I’m here to help your child succeed in their Heritage International School career. I was born in Toronto, Canada. After graduating as an Ontario Scholar from high school. I received degrees ...
  • Business Week 12 Sunday: Political marketing intro Monday: Political marketing strategies Tuesday: Political marketing case study Weds: Conspiracy theories Thursday: Presentations begin
  • Marketing: Week 11 Sunday: Test prep + political marketing intro Monday: Unit Test: ID and Sig – 10 from 20, 2 columns of 10 choices. Do 5 each Tuesday: Unit Test: Short Answer – 3 from 4 + 1 unseen Weds: Unit Test: Essay – 1 from 2 Thurs: No class scheduled.  
  • Marketing – Week 10 Sunday: Factors in demand + Buy-ology reading + work on FA #8 Monday: Lesson – globalization and the poor + work time on FA #8 Tuesday: Lesson – Sweatshops and FTZ + work on FA# 8 Weds: Lesson – Buy-ology reading + economic protection zones + branding + work time on FA #8 Thursday: FA #8 due
  • Week 7 – Marketing Sunday: Battle raps day one Monday: Conclusion of battle raps presentations Tuesday: Background lesson for music analysis task Weds: Work period for music analysis task Thurs: No class
  • Week 6 – Marketing Sunday: Value categories: Race. Intro of battle rap task Monday: The teenager Tuesday: Race and gender Weds: Battle raps performance
  • Week 5 – Marketing Sunday: Completion of SA# 1 presentations Monday: Beginning of Unit Two – handing out FA #4 – Lesson on value categories in advertising: race Tuesday: Value categories: gender Weds: Presentations of FA# 4 Thursday: Completion of presentations of FA# 4
  • Week 4 – Marketing Sunday: Wrapping up orals from FA# 3 + beginning to discuss subtext and race and advertising Monday: Extension of Sunday’s lesson theme Tuesday: Beginning SA# 1 – Orals Weds: Continuation of SA#1 Thursday: Conclusion of SA# 1
  • Week 3 – Marketing Sunday: Presentations of FA# 2 Monday: Trust and permission giving Tuesday: Trust and permission giving extension Weds: Beginning of FA#3 presentations Thurs: Continuation and end of FA#3 presentations
  • Week 2 – Marketing Sunday: Marketing the war in Guatemala + introduction of FA# 2 Monday: Marketing war pt. 2 Tuesday: Permission giving and trust in advertising Weds: Lying in advertising Thurs: No class