Accounting 

Mr. Scoular’s 2019-2020 Timetable

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Jack Lemmon in Billy Wilder’s film, The Apartment, 1960 Click the photo to discover more about Hollywood’s depiction of Accountants.

Accounting 11 

Accounting 11 Learning Guides

Accounting 11 Syllabus

Accounting 11 Mark Sheet

Mr. Scoular’s Tentative Timetable 

Assignment Excel Spreadsheets

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Financial Accounting 12

Financial Accounting 12 Learning Guides

Financial Accounting 12 Syllabus

Mr. Scoular’s Tentative Timetable

Assignment Excel Spreadsheets


Accounting 12

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 Gene Wilder, left, plays Leo, a humdrum, unremarkable Accountant (even his name is lifted from James Joyce’s everyman hero in Ulysses). And he’s hardly hero material: he’s shy and timid, he stutters and he suffers from panic attacks – at which point he reaches for the blue blanket he has kept near him since childhood.  One of his clients is the brash, bullying but charismatic Broadway producer Max Bialystock (Zero Mostel), right, who flirts with rich widows so they will finance his plays as small investors, each getting a cut of any profits. But the plays fail, and he remains broke. One day Leo, surveying Max’s dismal accounts, says: “Let’s assume, just for the moment, that you are a dishonest man.” He explains that if they could produce plays that were guaranteed flops, they could make more money than if they were successes.

It’s on this speech that the story of The Producers turns. Max and Leo set out to find a sure-fire failure, and unearth a hideously tasteless musical about the Führer called Springtime For Hitler. They’re on their way, thanks to Leo.  Learn more here.

Accounting 12 Learning Guides

Accounting 12 Syllabus

Accounting 12 Mark Sheet

Mr. Scoular’s TentativeTimetable

Assignment Excel Spreadsheets

(These are downloadable files.  Right click, “Download Linked File As ….”)

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