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Burnaby Central Secondary School. Graduating Class of 2014. Home of the Wildcats. Graduation requirements. Admission requirements. Program requirements. Graduation?. Total of 80 credits completed over grades 10/11/12. Grade 10

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Burnaby Central Secondary School

Graduating Class of 2014

Home of the Wildcats

Graduation requirements

Admission requirements

Program requirements


Total of 80 credits completed over grades 10/11/12

Grade 10

English 10* Social Studies 10 a Math 10* Science 10* PE 10 Planning 10

Grade 11

English/Com. 11 Socials 11*/BCFN12* a Math 11/12 a Science 11/12

Grade 12

English 12*/Com. 12*

a Grade 12

a Grade 12

a Grade 12

& Graduation Transitions 12

+ 1 Applied Skill or Fine Art 10/11/12

Five mandatory exams for Grades 10-12

Graduation Transitions 12

The 4 requirements for grade 12 students are:

  • Personal Health:

  • Submitting Daily Physical Activity

  • (DPA) logs each term

  • Community Connections:

  • Completing 30 hrs of Work Experience

    (career prep, part-time or summer jobs, volunteer work for a community organization or requesting a placement )

    3.Career and Life:

    Completing a Graduation Transition Plan

    4.Student-led Interview

Ms. Morabito/Ms. Neves

Challenge a Language 11/12

  • Complete the package online

  • http://web.deltasd.bc.ca/content/schools/secondary/challengeexams

  • Attach a picture & $50.00 refundable deposit (non-refundable $155.00 for International students)

  • Exams are held Jan 25th or Jan 26th

  • DUE: OCTOBER 25, 2013

  • Note: UBC does not accept Grade 12

  • challenge marks for admission purposes

Punjabi 11/12

Spanish 11/12

German 11/12

French 11/12

Korean 11/12


Japanese 11/12


For UBC:

Online courses must be completed by Feb 1st

For grade 12 courses completed after semester one, grade 11 final marks will be used

Check credits…



Student Secure Web


  • Only successfully completed courses are listed on the final transcript (mailed to you in August)

  • If a course has been repeated/rewritten, the higher mark appears as the final mark on this transcript

Additional Requirements


English Language Admission Requirements

  • 3 years of study in English in Canada, or 70% on the provincial exam for an English 12; 6.5 IELTS/ 90 TOEFL, or final grade of 70% in English 11/12

English Language Proficiency Requirement

  • Registration in 1st Year English with an 80% interim mark or 75% final grade in English 12; or an essay score of 5 on the LPI (Language Proficiency Index)

Additional Requirements


English Language Requirement

  • 3 years of study in English in Canada, with a final blended grade of 60% in an English 12; 6.5 IELTS/ 88 TOEFL,

English Literacy Requirement

  • 75% blended mark in English to register in W course

English 12 with 60-74% will be admitted but within the first three semesters must:

Complete FAL X99-4 with minimum grade C


LPI with an essay score of 4 & 50% on other parts

Additional Requirements


Quantitative & Analytical Skills Requirement

  • Proficiency with 60% in Foundations of Math 11,

  • Precalculus 11 or Math 12

  • 70% in Foundations of Math 11, Precalculus 11, or Math 12 to register in Q course

Math 11/12 with 60-69% will be admitted but within first three semesters must:

Complete FAN X99-4 with a minimum grade C


Score 20/30 on Quantitative Placement Test

Post Secondary Testing Requirements







- Language Proficiency Index is required by

many colleges and universities if you do not

meet the English 12 proficiency requirement

-International English Language Testing System required if schooling has not been in an English speaking environment for the last 3 or 4 years

- generally required if schooling has not

been in an English speaking environment

for the last 3 or 4 years depending on institution

- may be for specific institutions if the LPI has

not been taken, i.e. Langara LET

- required by most American colleges/universities and for SFU Athletics Teams

…And still more…

Additional Requirements

Broader Based Admissions

& Supplemental Applications


i.e. Personal Profile – UBC

Personal Statement of Experience - Queen’s

Broad Based Admission – SFU Business

Supplemental – UVIC Business, Education, Fine Arts, Human & Social Development

How to apply?



With PEN

(Personal Education Number)

and Legal Name

When to apply?

College/University Application Dates Vary








Apply by January 31st

Apply by February 28th

Apply by March 31st

Apply by January 15th

OUAC Applications due in January

Program Requirements?

British Columbia Institute of Technology


  • Program Specific Requirements

  • Ongoing applications

  • Can apply once program requirements are met

  • Programs may have more than one start date/year

  • Often have extra assessment measures, i.e. English language assessment, Math competency test, Spatial perception test, Interview

Out of Province Post Secondary

  • Information available through:

    • Internet

    • Viewbooks in student services

    • SAT information in student services

    • University visits

    • McGill 11:30 Oct 11th

    • Western 8:40 Oct 16th

    • Waterloo 10:00 Oct 12 @ Hilton Metrotown

For Ontario, apply online & send transcriptwww.ouac.on.ca

How do post secondary

institutions (PSI’s)

get my marks?

Complete PSI Choices Form online


Student Secure Web

How do post secondary

institutions (PSI’s)

know my marks?

Self Report online… first week of March

Log in to the post secondary institution website with the student number/password provided

When do post secondary

institutions actually

get my marks?

When do I know I’m accepted?

April’s School Report = May final offers

Post Secondary Evening


What is it?

When is it?

Who’s coming?

Opportunity to obtain specific information regarding post secondary options

Wednesday, November 20

Student Commons 6 – 7:30 p.m.

SFU Presentation 7:30

UBC Presentation 8:15







In Summary…Timeline…

October – Apply www.applybc.ca


October onward – Attend Information Sessions

November – Attend Post Secondary Night

Nov-Apr – Complete PSI www.bced.gov.bc.ca/exam

Jan-Feb – Watch deadlines

March – Self report grades

Study hard…April grades = May admissions!

Need more information?

Contact the counsellor !

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