BC/DD Program

We will be offering all courses necessary for graduating with the world-renowned British Columbia Dogwood High School Diploma and a wonderful Japanese High School Diploma from Osaka Gakugei Senior High School. 

 

Access a quick overview to the BC curriculum changes here

For further information about the new BC curriculum please visit https://curriculum.gov.bc.ca/

Students can access their Japanese curriculum here (Japanese only)

60%

COURSEs TAUGHT IN ENGLISH

  • Language Arts
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • Career Education
  • Career Life Connections
40&

COURSEs TAUGHT IN JAPANESE

  • Mathematics
  • Technology & Informatics
  • Physical Education & Health
  • Biology/Physics
  • Communication English
  • Art
  • Home Economics
  • History/Social Studies
  • General Studies
  • ‘Science’ represents several courses through each year including Chemistry and Physics.
  • ‘Language Arts’ represents English language courses, through different levels, all leading to our offering of high university entry/B.C. standards by the end of grade 12.
  • ‘Mathematics’ represents a group of courses, through different levels, that students have access to (including courses such as Pre-Calculus and Calculus).
  • HIGHLIGHT 01

    Language Arts

    By utilizing the six fundamental language skills (speaking, listening, writing, reading, viewing, and representing) students will acquire high level English language proficiency. They can then use their skills as
    a means of actively contributing to a global society.

  • HIGHLIGHT 02

    Career Education (Grade 10/11) / Graduation Capstone (Grade 12)

    The BC Graduation Program curriculum features compulsory courses during all three years dedicated to providing students with information and support concerning post-secondary admissions and applications.

SHORT-TERM STUDY ABROAD

All Grade 10 students will participate in a short-term study abroad program in British Columbia that lasts for five weeks during July and August. They will experience Canadian ways of life firsthand while staying with a host family. Successful completion of this program will earn them four (4) credits for Social Studies 10.

About The short-term study abroad in Sooke