Registration, Eligibility and Expectations (please check the Calendar and Newsletter for the latest registration dates)
- Prior to registering, each applicant will be interviewed by CrossRoads staff to determine eligibility for the program.
- Applicant may be given a Canadian Adult Achievement Test (CAAT) in order that staff can more accurately appraise the applicant's achievement level.
- Students should bring their birth certificate and care cards when registering. If the student was not born in Canada please bring your passport, student/study permit, or permanent residence card.
- School age (16-18) students must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Parent/Guardian should bring their BC Driver's License and CARE Card.
- If possible, please bring any information you have with respect to courses completed and grades achieved to date. Be prepared to also discuss your goals, career plans and educational needs.
- Registration is ongoing throughout the year and an appointment is not needed.
- School age students must be 16 years of age or older and have been out of school for a minimum of six months. Students not meeting this criteria must be referred through District Screening from the principal of their last high school.
- Applicants over the age of 18 are welcome to either upgrade their schooling or complete their graduation requirements as recognized by the Ministry of Education.
- Students 16 years or younger and currently enrolled in a district school must complete a screening process through Student Support Services for appropriate placement in a district program. Please contact your school principal for further details.
Attendance and Performance Expectations:
- Students are expected to attend regularly and demonstrate reasonable course progress.
- Students are expected to spend their time productively, focusing on their coursework.
- Students should complete one course within 10 weeks of starting the program.
- Because of the adult nature of the CrossRoads program it is expected that all students will conduct themselves in an adult manner.