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Transcripts and Certificates

Find out how to access your secondary school marks and credits.

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The Blueprint Builder is your hub to access B.C. career tools and resources.

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Students in grades 4, 7, 10 and 12, their parents & all staff in B.C. public schools are asked to participate in our annual school satisfaction survey

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Early Learning

Early learning is supported by parents, families, communities, early childhood educators and other service providers; which means it takes place almost everywhere – at home, preschool, early learning centres, and other community settings.

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Kindergarten to Grade 12

Education is vital to a healthy and successful life. Kindergarten to Grade 12 (K-12) programs help build a solid foundation for our children’s future. Explore a variety of educational tools designed to support learning.

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Post-secondary Education

Learning is a life-long endeavour. Here in B.C., there are thousands of world-class education options after high school – whether you’re upgrading skills, learning English, training for a career or enrolling in an academic program. Explore your options and never stop learning.

Adult Education

Going back to school to get your high school diploma or to take courses to get ahead is a great idea! The following resources will help you achieve success:

Ways to Learn

Signing up for school? Want to explore learning at home? Check out these flexible learning options and find the place that best meets your goals.


Access information and data such as education standards, funding, reporting, programming and enrolment tracking. Use it to manage and develop programs, support leadership and plan for the future.

Job & Career Training

Whether you’re just starting out in the workforce or are looking for a career change, these resources outline your options for industry and career training.  



In Focus

Province invests $1.6 million in trades training at Northwest Community College

The British Columbia government announced an investment of $1.6 million at Northwest Community College (NWCC) for skills training to meet industry needs and ensure quality training in high-priority trades.

Friday, September 23, 2016

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