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Adult Graduation Program

What you will need to graduate

​You will need a total of 5 courses to graduate:

  1. English 12
  2. Mathematics 11 or 12
  3. Grade 12 course
  4. Grade 12 course
  5. Grade 12 course

To view our course offerings please view the list below and then feel free to contact us so that we can determine what would be the best option for you.

Enrollment Checklist

You will need the following documents submitted to our office before commencing a course

  1. Completed registration form - located here
  2. Upload /Scan required documents
      • BC Identification
  3. Transcripts from most recent education center that you attended
  4. If outside our School District Test Invigilation Form - located below

If you need further assistance, please feel free to contact us.

Testing Information

Most RMOL courses in Grades 4 - 12 include supervised tests. Tests will be written in person with a test supervisor, at one of the RMOL educational sites in Golden, Invermere or Kimberley.

Students in grades 4-9 who are not able to access a school site can connect with their teacher to arrange supervised assessments/tests in their own homes using an online platform called Microsoft Teams or at an alternate site approved by RMOL.

Please contact your teacher to arrange for a test time that works for your schedule. 

10-12 Online Courses

English Language Arts

Course Outline Grade Instructor
English 10: Composition 10 Luc Tremblay
English 10: Creative Writing​ 10 Luc Tremblay
​English 10: Focused Literary Study 10 Luc Tremblay
English 10: New Media​ 10 Luc Tremblay
​English 10: Spoken Language 10 Luc Tremblay
​English First Peoples 10 10 Luc Tremblay
​English 10: Spoken Language 10 Luc Tremblay
​English First Peoples 11 11 Luc Tremblay
English 11 11 Luc Tremblay
English Studies 12 12 Luc Tremblay
English First Peoples 12 12 Luc Tremblay

 

District Notice

24-25 Operational Plan Feedback

Each year, as part of a continuous improvement cycle, Rocky Mountain School District develops an operational plan that outlines the goals and strategies that will be the focus of the work for the upcoming year. This plan is guided by the current 4-year strategic plan using a variety of student data as the foundation for decision making, schools develop school success plans that identifies targets for improving student learning.

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