Yukon high school students write the same graduation assessments as BC students.
Students must write a:
- Grade 10 Numeracy Assessment; and
- Grade 10 and Grade 12 Literacy Assessment before they finish high school.
The numeracy and literacy assessments replace the BC Provincial Exams (BCPEs) that students used to write. This change is part of the changes to the school curriculum.
The new graduation assessments are being integrated between 2018 and 2021.
- BC introduced the Grade 10 Numeracy Assessment in 2018.
- The Grade 10 Literacy Assessment is being introduced during the 2019–20 school year.
- The Grade 12 Literacy Assessment will be introduced during the 2020–21 school year.
Check out these helpful guides for parents to learn more about these assessments.
Find the schedule and learn how to prepare for graduation assessments
Visit the BC Education website to:
- find out when graduation assessments will be written during the school year;
- access information and sample exams to help prepare for the graduation assessments; and
- learn about the Grade 10 Numeracy Assessment and the Grade 10 and 12 Literacy Assessments.
Learn which exams Grade 10–12 students are required to write during this transition
Current Grade 10 students (will graduate in 2021–22)
- 2019–20 (Grade 10): Grade 10 Numeracy Assessment and Grade 10 Literacy Assessment
- 2020–21 (Grade 11): No provincial assessment
- 2021–22 (Grade 12): Grade 12 Literacy Assessment
Current Grade 11 students (will graduate in 2020–21)
- 2019–20 (Grade 11): Grade 10 Numeracy Assessment (if not already written)
- 2020–21 (Grade 12): Grade 12 Literacy Assessment
Current Grade 12 students (will graduate in 2019–20)
- 2019–20 (Grade 12): Grade 10 Numeracy Assessment (if not already written and if Math 10 provincial exam not written)
- Students who haven’t written their English Language Arts provincial exam will write a course-based English Language Arts 12 assessment
Find past results of graduation assessments
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