Columbia College High School programs
Columbia College’s High School programs are certified by the Province of British Columbia. Students hoping to gain admission to a Canadian university will be academically well-equipped when they graduate from one of the College’s High School programs.
Columbia College's High School programs?
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Our tri-mester system means you can start any grade in January, May or September. Complete high school in as little as 2 years.
Take university level courses in high school and get credits for both university and high school at the same time.
Offers 4 distinct high school programs options!
Senior Secondary (Grade 10, 11, 12)
This program is certified by the BC Ministry of Education. Graduates receive the same credential as any public high school in BC (BC Dogwood Diploma).Open to students who have satisfactorily completed Grade 9, 10, or 11, or the equivalent. Upon completion of the program. The college’s 14-week semester system allows students to complete programs more quickly than a regular high school.
Accelerated Secondary(Grade 11 & 12)
Students with strong results in academic courses at the Grade 10 level and who do not wish to obtain the BC Certificate of Graduation (Dogwood Diploma) can choose to enter the Accelerated Secondary Program in order to enter the University Transfer Program at Columbia College. Accelerated students can transfer into 2nd or 3rd year at a Canadian university upon completion of their University Transfer program at Columbia College.
Adult Secondary (Grade 11 & 12)
This BC Ministry of Education program is for students over the age of 18 and provides a quicker route to graduation and university-level studies at Columbia College. Students receive a BC Adult Graduation Diploma (Adult Dogwood Diploma) upon completion of this program.
Suitable for students who have graduated from High School but who lack certain academic qualifications for direct admission into the University Transfer Program. Following successful completion of the University Preparatory Program, students may continue in the College’s University Transfer Program.
Only completion of the Senior Secondary Program will allow a student to be eligible for direct entry to a university, while successful completion of the other programs will allow a student to enter the University Transfer Program at Columbia College.
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