Ministry Graduation Planner - This document outlines graduation requirements, means of getting graduation credit, and provides information about Graduation Program exams as well as funding post-secondary education. The Grad Planner also contains numerous links to websites with helpful information.
Graduation Requirements & Course Program Planning - See the "course selection" link under the students tab.
Grad Transition Interviews
Prior to graduation, every grade 12 student must participate in an
exit interview. This interview will include at a minimum a
presentation discussing: the students’ transition plan, evidence of 80
hours of physical activity, 30 hours of community service or work
experience, and reflections and evidence on their strengths,
achievements and areas of interest. Students must complete these
requirements to receive the four credits required for graduation.
Further information surrounding the graduation transition interview will
be provided once the Ministry of Education provides the details of
the new standards.
School District No. 22 has the resources available through Secondary Counselors at the school, or thru the District Career Planning Program
Resource's on-line that can help with Career Planning