Grade 12 Checklist
This EMCS Grade 12 Checklist is a month-by-month checklist of important dates and things to do during your Grade 12 year.
Please remember that your school attendance will usually be considered as part of your scholarship and bursary applications. Even if applications do not ask about attendance, any teachers you ask to write reference letters will likely check your attendance. Please make sure that parents/guardians contact the office to excuse your absences if you miss school for a legitimate reason. Absences should be excused in a timely manner.
BC Ministry of Education Grad Planner
This Ministry of Education document provides an overview of:
- graduation requirements
- how to earn credits towards graduation (in school, distributed learning, equivalency, external credentials, challenge, independent directed study, post-secondary courses, etc.)
- awards & scholarships
- helpful websites
- jobs in demand
Make sure you are on track to graduate in June! Double check your timetable to make sure you are scheduled for the courses you need to graduate. If you aren’t sure, make an appointment to see your Counsellor.
BC Ministry of Education website: Graduation Requirements
EMCS Grad List
You must be on the Grad List in order to participate in the Graduation Ceremonies and to purchase tickets for Prom. Make sure you get on the list! Click here for all the details: EMCS Grad List
Visit the Scholarship, Bursaries & Student Loans section of the EMCS Website.
Why buy a Grad Tux, or Dress when you can borrow one?
The Magic Wand is a non-profit organization that offers an eco-friendly and inexpensive alternative to grad outfits for male and female alike.
You can borrow like-new grad dresses, tuxes, suits, shoes and accessories for grad night.
A small fee for cleaning is the only cost.
To sign up to attend the “Boutique” (or to book a private appointment): email Elizabeth at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 250-658-0246
Purdy’s Chocolates Fundraiser
The Grad Class of 2018 Purdy’s Fundraiser will be starting in the fall. Stay tuned for more information. Last year’s fundraiser was a huge success with $9500 in sales. Grade 12 students who sell Purdy’s chocolates will receive a credit to their school account for 25% of their sales. This credit may be put towards graduation and prom fees.