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Graduation Requirements

Graduation Requirements

Valuing Learning as a Life Long Process
Source: British Columbia Education

Working Together for Student Success through Excellence in Education

International_Students_GirlsAdult learners (18 and older) can enroll in this program to take courses as credit towards their Adult Graduation Diploma. Courses can be taken at school district continuing education centres, or as part of the Adult Basic Education (ABE) program at a post-secondary institution.

To graduate, students need to have credit for at least five courses.

Adult Graduation Program Requirements Eligibility

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.

British Columbia School System
Qualifying Courses
College or ABE Program
Qualifying Courses
A Language Arts 12* course 4‐credit course or a provincial or post‐secondary
level English course
A Mathematics 11 or 12**
course
AND 4‐credit course or an advanced or provincial or post‐
secondary level Mathematics course
Option 1 Three 4‐credit
Grade 12‐level Ministry
Authorized courses, including
External Credential Courses
AND EITHER 12
credits
or three additional courses at the
provincial or post‐secondary level
Option 2 Social Studies 11,
BC First Nations Studies 12
or Civic Studies 11  (4
credits each) and Two 4‐
credit Grade 12‐level
Ministry Authorized courses,
including External Credential
Courses
OR  12 credits Advanced Social Sciences and two
provincial or post‐secondary level
courses
Total:  20 credits Total:  5 courses

Please refer to the online Course Registry for a list of courses that satisfy the mathematics and language arts requirements for the Adult Graduation Program. Those courses that meet the Language Arts 12 and Mathematics 11 or 12 requirements of the 2004 Graduation Program also satisfy these Adult Graduation Program requirements.

**Accounting 11 and 12, and Financial Accounting 12 continue to satisfy the mathematics requirement in the Adult Graduation Program.