Grad Transitions & Student Transcripts


GRAD TRANSITIONS

At Chilliwack Secondary School, all graduating students are required to complete the Graduation Transitions 12(GT). It is the final course of the Graduation Program. GT requirements will be met though the completion of their my Blueprint portfolio. Students need to be complete their portfolio and email Mrs. Bernard to let her know it is complete before January 19, 2018.


POST-SECONDARY INSTITUTION (PSI) SELECTION FOR 2019 GRADUATE

The Ministry of Education sends transcript information to post-secondary institutions (PSIs) based on the requests of each student. This is done using the StudentTranscripts Service. This is done several times a year. First interim transcript information will be sent in early May, and final year-end transcript information distributed in late July. 
 
Students can access the StudentTranscripts Service at:www.studenttranscripts.gov.bc.ca/. Students must create a Basic BCeID account to access their information. Students need only complete their PSI selections once in the current school year. Students may add to their selections at any time up through July 12, 2019. Students may make up to 25 selections free of charge within six months after completing their last course. After six months, students will be charged $10 per transcript, payable on the StudentTranscripts Service. 
 
Please encourage your Grade 12 students to review the three how-to videos before they make their PSI selections for this school year. Videos include:
 

#1 Registering for a BCeID and accessing the StudentTranscripts Service

#2 How to order/send a transcript to a Post–Secondary Institution

#3 How to send a transcript to an employer, yourself or anyone

 


STUDENT TRANSCRIPTS SERVICE (STS)

Starting September 24, 2017, the Ministry of Education will launch Student Transcripts, a web-based service that makes secure transcript sharing between students and participating post-secondary institutions quicker and more convenient. Students will also be able to access other information through this service, such as exam results and scholarship status.

Grad Info Session Power Point with step by step instructions on how to access the government service student transcripts. 

To access the Student Transcripts Service site log in here. You will need your full legal name, date of birth, email address and you PEN. Your PEN can be found on your report card. The first step will be to create your BCeID. 

New StudentTranscripts Service (STS) how-to videos are now available for viewing:

 

Students interested in signing up for StudentTranscripts Service can now view three quick videos on signing up for STS and options for sending their transcripts. Click here to view the videos.

 

Please note: UFV would ask that current high school students select the second transcript send option and maintain the default date setting as noted below.  This will allow UFV to receive students’ grades throughout the year and ensure we receive their final high school grades and proof of graduation.  Here is a photo of the screen for reference:

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ONLINE GRAD PLANNER

The Grad Planner is a Ministry-produced document prepared for students entering the Graduation Program. The document outlines graduation requirements, means of getting graduation credit, and provides information about Graduation Program exams as well as funding post-secondary education. The Grad Planner also contains numerous links to websites with helpful information, and for the first time this year includes an appendix of top jobs in demand.

English and French versions of the Grad Planner are now available on the Ministry Graduation website.

 

Information & Announcements

Student Dress Code

As a school, we are a place of business and students are expected to demonstrate good judgment in terms of appropriate dress. While on school property, students may not wear clothing that makes graphic or verbal reference to sex, drugs, alcohol or that is violent or discriminatory in nature. Students are to not wear clothing that is overly revealing.  Some examples of clothing that may not be acceptable are, bare midriffs, spaghetti straps and low necklines. In addition, shirts should be worn, and underwear should be covered.

Code of Conduct

The School Community at Chilliwack Secondary is encouraged to act in a responsible and socially acceptable manner.  Our goal is to provide opportunities for the optimum learning experience for all our students and staff in a safe and comfortable learning environment.

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