• Preparation for a Successful Transition

    Graduation Transitions—4 credits

    Starting in the September 2007 school year, Graduation Transitions replaces the Graduation Portfolio Assessment found in the original 2004 graduation program. All BC secondary school students who are enrolled in Grade 10, 11 or 12 as of September 1, 2007, and beyond must demonstrate they have met the following requirements.

    For more information on Graduation Transition:
    Contact your school’s Graduation Transition Coordinator


    • GT Instructions


      In Graduation Transitions, students develop the knowledge, attitudes and habits needed to be healthy individuals by maintaining a personal health plan and participating in at least 100 hours (2.5 hours per week) of moderate to vigorous physical activity in addition to PE 10

    • GT Package


      A commitment to fitness and physical and emotional well-being are key to healthy living. In this component of Graduation Transitions, students develop the knowledge, attitudes and habits needed to be healthy individuals by maintaining a personal health plan and participating in at least 100 hours (2.5 hours per week) of moderate to vigorous physical activity in addition to PE 10, effective September 1, 2008.

    • my Blueprint Portfolio



    • Interview Questions & Schedule


      Listed below are some questions you may need to answer in addition to as part of your grad transition interview & the interview schedule.

      PARKLAND GRADUATION TRANSITIONS 2016-17

      INTERVIEWER QUESTIONS



      1. Tell us about yourself.

      2. Compare the “you” from Grade 9 with the “you” now in Grade 12 ... how have you grown?

      3. What advice would you give to a new Grade 9 student entering Parkland?

      4. Tell me about your proudest moment to this point in your life, either in school or out of school.

      5. Discuss a time in your life when you experienced a pressure situation: how did you handle it?

      6. Describe a leadership opportunity you have had within Parkland, our community, or at a job.

      7. What have you done that shows initiative or the willingness to “stretch” yourself?

      8. Give us three characteristics your fellow co-workers would use to describe you.

      9. From your perspective, what are the best things about Parkland that you can share with us?

      10. What are looking forward to the most after graduation, and why?