Provincial Examinations


Transcript Legend Information (Adult , 1986, 1995 and 2004 Graduation Programs)

  • Adult and 1986 Graduation Program

  • Achievement Indicators

    A (86-100%) Excellent Performance
    B (73-85%) Very Good Performance
    C+ (67-72%) Good Performance
    C (60-66%) Satisfactory Performance
    C- (50-59%) Minimally Acceptable Performance
    P (50-59%) Pass (only used before September 1994)

    SG Standing granted where completion of normal requirements was not possible but credit was granted on the basis of adjudication by the school for non-examinable courses.
    TS Transfer standing granted for a course taken under another jurisdiction.

    Abbreviations

    AEG Aegrotat standing for a provincial exam granted by the Provincial Board of Examiners because of illness or domestic affliction.
    AP Advanced Placement Course
    CP Career Preparation Course
    CS Correspondence Study Course
    IB International Baccalaureate Course
    LD Locally Developed Course

    NOTE: Percentages are not reported for Non-Provincially Examinable courses completed before September 1994
    NOTE: Courses completed after August 31, 2001 cannot be used to fulfill the Grade 12 Course-Based graduation requirements.
    NOTE: LD and CP courses do not meet Adult Graduation Program requirements.
  • 1995 Graduation Program
  • Achievement Indicators

    A (86-100%) Excellent Performance
    B (73-85%) Very Good Performance
    C+ (67-72%) Good Performance
    C (60-66%) Satisfactory Performance
    C- (50-59%) Minimally Acceptable Performance

    SG Although completion of normal requirements is not possible, a sufficient level of performance has been attained to warrant, consistent with the best interests of the student, the granting of standing for the course or subject and grade.
    TS May be granted by the principal, vice principal or director of instruction in charge of a school on the basis of an examination of records from an institution other than a school as defined in the School Act.

    1995 Graduation Requirements

    Minimum 52 Credits over Grades 11-12, plus completion of the courses listed below. Students may have earned more than 52 credits but not have successfully completed all requirements.

    • 28 credits of Foundation Studies. The Required Foundation Studies courses below are designated by a code number (e.g., 1-10) in the Req. column.
    1 = Language Arts 11 (4 credits)*
    2 = Language Arts 12 (4 credits) *
    3 = Social Studies 11 or BC First Nations Studies 12
    (4 credits)
    4 = Math 11 or 12 (4 credits)*
    5 = Science 11 or 12 (4 credits)*
    6 = Career and Personal Planning 11 (2 credits)
    7 = Career and Personal Planning 12 (2 credits)
    8 = Fine Arts 11 (2 credits)*
    9 = Applied Skills 11 (2 credits)*
    10 = Both Fine Arts 11 and Applied Skills 11 (4 credits)
    * one from a number of course options.
    • 24 credits of Selected Studies (a minimum of 10 of these 24 credits must come from Grade 12 level provincially authorized external credentials, CP or BAA courses).

    Abbreviations

    AEG Aegrotat standing for a provincial exam granted by the Provincial Board of Examiners because of illness or special circumstance.
    AP Advanced Placement Course
    BAA Board/Authority-Authorized Course
    LD Locally Developed Course (non-credit course)
    IB International Baccalaureate Course
    IDS Independent Directed Studies

  • 2004 Graduation Program
  • Achievement Indicators

    A (86-100%) Excellent Performance
    B (73-85%) Very Good Performance
    C+ (67-72%) Good Performance
    C (60-66%) Satisfactory Performance
    C- (50-59%) Minimally Acceptable Performance

    SG Although completion of normal requirements is not possible, a sufficient level of performance has been attained to warrant, consistent with the best interests of the student, the granting of standing for the course or subject and grade.
    TS May be granted by the principal, vice principal or director of instruction in charge of a school on the basis of an examination of records from an institution other than a school a defined in the School Act.

    2004 Graduation Requirements

    Minimum 80 Credits over Grades 10-12, including successful completion of the courses listed below. Students may have earned more than 80 credits but not have successfully completed all required courses. All Ministry-authorize, Board/Authority-authorized or post-secondary courses count toward graduation.

    • 48 credits are Required Courses (minimum of 16 credits at the Grade 12 level, including Language Arts 12). The Required courses below are designated by a code number (e.g., 1-13) in the required column.
    1 = Language Arts 10 (4 credits)
    2 = Language Arts 11 (4 credits)
    3 = Language Arts 12 (4 credits)
    4 = Social Studies 10 (4 credits)
    5 = Social Studies 11, Civic Studies 11 or BC First Nations Studies 12 (4 credits)
    6 = Math 10 (4 credits)
    7 = Math 11 or 12 (4 credits)
    8 = Science 10 (4 credits)
    9 = Science 11 or 12 (4 credits)
    10 = Planning 10 (4 credits)
    11 = Physical Education 10 (4 credits)
    12 = Fine Arts and/or Applied Skills 10, 11 or 12 (4 credits)
    13 = Graduation Portfolio Assessment (4 credits)
    • 28 credits for elective Courses

    All Grade 10 and 11 courses are reported as Final % only, even for courses that have a required exam associated with them. Students are required to write a Grade 12 exam in a Language Arts 12. Students who choose to not write other Grade 12 exams will receive the same % for their Final % and School %.

    Abbreviations

    AEG Aegrotat standing for a provincial exam granted by the Provincial Board of Examiners because of illness or special circumstance.
    AP Advanced Placement Course
    BAA Board/Authority-Authorized Course
    LD Locally Developed Course (non-credit course)
    IB International Baccalaureate Course
    IDS Independent Directed Studies