The path to graduation begins in the Grade 10 year and ends with Grade 12.  Here you will find important information on:

Graduation Transitions is a requirement for all BC secondary students and begins in the Grade 10 year.  Students are introduced to Graduation Transitions in Planning 10. The Planning 10 course will provide numerous activities to support the Graduation Transitions program and facilitate document completion. Many other courses and extra-curricular activities offered at St. Andrew's Regional High School are designed to meet one or more of the Prescribed Learning Outcomes (PLO’s) for Graduation Transitions and is intended to prepare students for a successful transition to life after secondary school. 

Components of Graduation Transitions: 

  1. A cover letter and resume
  2. 2 Letters of Reference
  3. 30 hours of paid work or volunteer experience. Documentation is required.
  4. 80 hours of Daily Physical Activity (which should have already been completed in grade 11).
  5. Surveys to be completed on the Naviance website: Community Connections, Grad survey, Personal Health, Career and Life, and Exit survey.
  6. Participation in the Grade 12 Exit interviews

This is how I explain what religion at this school teaches me. Sure I learn the history and analyze the Bible, but I also have been forming a set of morals and values that will go with me for the rest of my life. They are the foundation of who I am.
Breanna Student
I am very excited to be able to link my Olympic journey, full of trials and tribulations, back to a very important time and place in my life: St. Andrew's Regional High School.
Dave Calder Alumnus
I feel truly blessed to have had the privilege of attending St. Andrew’s Regional High School. St. Andrew’s has given me the opportunity to grow spiritually, academically, artistically, and athletically.
Nick Student