The Secondary Program is referred to as the ‘Graduation Program’ in B.C. schools and leads to the graduation certificate which is referred to as the ‘Dogwood’ certificate. This certificate is issued by the B.C. Ministry of Education and indicates that the student has successfully completed all of the required courses with a minimum of 80 credits as well as Grad Transitions. It should be noted that all of our students graduate with far more credits than the minimum. The Graduation Programs includes the grades from 10 – 12 and involve Provincial Examinations that all students will be required to write and will be used for admission into universities. The required exams include English 10, Science 10, Foundations of Math and Pre-Calculus 10, Social Studies 11, and English 12. At BCCIS we have a wide selection of courses that are available to our students depending upon post secondary/career goals.