Grad Info

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This will be your one stop to find out all the information to get you through to Graduation!  Check back weekly for all new and updated information.

Hey Grads and parents here is the updated Grad Book with all the information you will need to answer any question about graduating from a BC school.

2020/21 Handbook of Procedures and Companion B.C. Graduation Program Policy Guide are now available on the ministry website at:


Provincial Graduation Assessment and Provincial Exam practice exams for classroom use can be found at:,

Students you will need your 9-digit PEN number to access these sample exams.This is included on your report cart in the top corner.


Post-Secondary Institution Selections for 2021 Graduates

The Ministry of Education distributes transcript information to post-secondary institutions (PSIs) following the selection of a PSI by a student in the Student Transcripts Service (STS-site). Read the following for details about deadlines, information for students and schools.

Information for Student Transcript Service


Deadlines for distributed learning courses

(BCOnline School in Kelowna as well as other DL schools from around the province adhere to this information)

If you are or will be taking distributed learning courses (DL) (online courses, distance learning, or courses at another school) to meet requirements, you’ll need to know these deadlines:

  • To use grades in your academic assessment, complete courses by February 1.
  • Your school must submit your grades in time for UBC to evaluate your application.
  • To use grades to meet degree-specific requirements, complete courses by June 30.

If you have already graduated from high school and you have not taken additional academic courses, submit your final, official transcript by March 15.

If you have already graduated from high school and you are upgrading courses, complete all courses and submit your final, official transcript by May 15.


Schulich Leader Scholarships are the largest and most prestigious undergraduate Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) scholarships in Canada, with a value of up to $100,000 each. This scholarship was established to encourage our best and brightest students to be the next generation of entrepreneurial-minded, technology innovators. Now in its 10th year, 470 students have received this celebrated award – a top student can win from your school!

Schulich Leader Scholarships is open to all Canadian high schools and Cégeps with graduating students planning to pursue an undergraduate degree in an eligible STEM program at one of our 20 partner universities. Every high school in Canada may nominate one student per academic year; Cégeps may nominate up to four students. 

The deadline to submit your Schulich Leader Nominee is January 27, 2021.



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A Good site for Scholarship and Bursary Information 

Provides a list of scholarships that are available to students going on to post-secondary institutions. Please note that every week that we audit scholarships that are about to open for applications to ensure accuracy. There are often changes made at that time regarding the application period of the awards listed which can impact when the awards are available. Additionally, each award has unique requirements, students see their own personalized list they should create an account on ScholarTree.

Have a great day,                                   CHECK OUT MORE INFO HERE

Brit Garon

Co-Founder, CEO




w:  e: ac.eertralohcs@norag.tirb


& Events


Applications are NOW open!

New Admissions Website and 2021 Viewbook

We are thrilled to announce that our Admissions Website has a new look! We believe it better showcases our offerings and provides easier navigation to the information you need. You can download our 2021 digital viewbook, Indigenous Students viewbook, and find other great resources on our Recruitment Resources page.


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Here is a friendly reminder about the upcoming opportunities for Immaculata students to discover all that UVic has to offer:

Post-Secondary BC (PSBC) events are happening, regionally, for students throughout the fall, and UVic will be offering four virtual presentations at each of these events. The upcoming PSBC events are as follows:

  • Northern BC: October 7 (2-6pm) and October 8 (3-7pm)
  • Kamloops and Kootenays: October 14 (2-6pm) and October 15 (3-7pm)
  • General Event (open to students from all regions): October 21 (3-7pm)
  • Northshore BC (including North and West Vancouver): October 28 (2-6pm) and October 29 (3-7pm)

Registration is available, here:

More from UVic


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Okanagan College Trades & Apprenticeship is hosting a Zoom info session series called Trades Talk Tuesdays, every Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. this fall. Each week we will feature a different trade and talk about training options, the apprenticeship system, employment outcomes, student financial aid, and more!

Next Tuesday October 13, we will be exploring Culinary Arts & Pastry Arts! Do you know anyone who made a delicious Thanksgiving feast over the weekend? Maybe they should turn their home cooking into a career!

To review the virtual event schedule or to register, please click here.

If you or someone you know have any questions about this event or trades training, please contact me directly.

Thank you.

Kim Noakes
Marketing & Recruitment
Okanagan College Trades & Apprenticeship
1000 KLO Rd, Kelowna BC  V1Y 4X8

***Remote: 250 808 3843


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UBC online application : opening soon

UBC’s 2021/22 online application will be opening at the end of September. We recommend that you and your students visit our how to apply page for an overview of the application process, and our Personal Profile page for tips on writing a strong Personal Profile.