Adult Graduation Requirements:

 To complete the Adult Graduation Program, students (18 or  older) must earn at least 20 credits in the secondary system or complete five courses in the post-secondary system. Courses and credits can be counted from the BC School System and/or the College ABE Program.

 

Students will need to complete:

  • Language Arts 12

  • Mathematics 11

AND EITHER

Option 1:

  • Three 4-credit Grade 12 Ministry Authorized courses, including External Credential Courses

OR

Option 2:

  • Social Studies 11, BC First Nations Studies 12, or Civic Studies 11

And

  • Two 4-credit Grade 12 Ministry Authorized courses, including External Credential Courses

 2004 Graduation Requirements

In order to meet graduation requirements and be awarded a British Columbia Certificate of Graduation (Dogwood Diploma), students must earn a minimum of 80 credits. (See notes below for information concerning adult students, French Immersion and Programme Francophone students seeking graduation certificates in both English and French, international students, and students unable to meet graduation requirements.) These must include 48 credits for required courses, a minimum of 28 elective credits, and 4 credits for Graduation Transitions.

Required Courses

Credits must be earned in the following subject areas or courses: 

  • a Language Arts 10 (4 credits) 

  • a Language Arts 11 (4 credits) 

  • a Language Arts 12 (4 credits) 

  • a Social Studies 10 (4 credits) 

  • a Social Studies 11 or 12 (4 credits) 

  • a Mathematics 10 (4 credits) 

  • a Mathematics 11 or 12 (4 credits) 

  • a Science 10 (4 credits) 

  • a Science 11 or 12 (4 credits)

  • Physical Education 10 (4 credits)

  • a Fine Arts and/or an Applied Skills 10, 11, or 12 (4 credits) 

  • Planning 10 (4 credits)

  • Electives (12 credits)

  • Grade 12 Electives (16 credits)

  • Graduation Transition (4 credits)

A list of all courses that may be used to satisfy these requirements is found in the online Course Registry. Information about options for satisfying the requirements for Fine Arts and/or Applied Skills (4 credits) is found in the Fine Arts and Applied Skills Requirements in the Graduation Program Policy and in the Handbook of Procedures for the Graduation Program.

Continuing Education

· · ·

Start Date:

September - May

 

Course Length:

Approximately 120 hrs/course

 

Registration Costs:

$30

 

Registration:

Contact Riverside College to  set-up an appointment to start today.

Students must be 16 years of age by July 1st of the current school year before they are eligible to register in Continuing Education.

 

Courses Offered:

  • English 11/12

  • Communications 11/12

  • Planning 12

  • Family Management 11/12

  • Math 11 (A&W)

  • Physical Education 11/12

  • First Nations Studies 12

  • Social Studies 11

  • Earth Science 11

  • Work Experience 12

  • Secondary School   Apprenticeship

 

Course Type:

All courses are paper based packages

 

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