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Grad 2019

Grad Dates (2018/19)

October 1st - District Authority Award Applications Available (Dogwoods)

October 11th - Grad Parent Meeting (7pm - ASIA Sumas Mtn.)

October 11th- Grad PAL Block meeting - Mrs. Manyk's room

October 31st - Application Deadline for District Authority Awards (online)

February  4th - Community Foundation Awards Applications are Available  (online)

February 8th & 9th - Grad Photo Days

Febuary 25th - Application Deadline for Community Foundation Awards

April 16th - Dogwood Presentation Day 

May 15th - Grad Transition Packages must be submitted to qualify for graduation events. 

May 23rd - Grad Transition Exit Interview Evening.

June 7th - Distance courses required for graduation must be at least 80% complete with a grade of 70% to qualify for graduation events. 

June 15th - Prom 

June 25th - Grad Convocation in the Evening.  This usually includes a dinner before the event.

Grad Handbook

Please review the ASIA sumas Graduation Handbook to make sure that you are on track for graduation.

Download your copy here.


Gradutation Transitions 

Graduation transitions is a BC Ministry of Education required course. Students will meet the requirements for this course by creating a portfolio and uploading a series of assignments. Upon completion of the assignments, students will book an exit interview with Mr. Yost. Parents are encouraged to log into their child's myBlueprint account to assist in post-secondary planning.

Click this link to access myBlueprint

Click this link for your Grad Transitions Portfolio Guide 


BC Government Grad Planner

2017/2018 BC Government Graduation Planner

*B.C. Ministry of Education official document

Transcript Requests

Click this link for information on obtaining and sharing your secondary school transcript with post-secondary institutions.


Post Secondary Applications:

Applying to BC public universities and colleges also just got easier! Students can do it all: search, plan and apply on


Schulich Leader Scholarship

This Canadian Scholarship is an undergraduate entrance scholarship for students intending to enroll in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) areas of study a participating Canadian university.  One student per school may be selected.  If you possess at least two of: academic excellence, outstanding community, business or entrepreneurial leadership, or financial need. A nominee may be selected by Mr. Yost after meeting with each of the grade 12 student in September.


Online Budget Calculator

Go to a post-secondary institution you've identified that you are interested in going to, and find a budget calculator or a budget suggestion.  Look for the Budget Planning Worksheet on UBC's Website:

Or this planner: UBC Planner

Or here's one at UFV...scroll all the way down for LOTS of information! UFV Financial Aid Resource