If you are a student who is required to take a Provincial Exam this summer, please read the information below.  Additional information can be found on the Ministry of Education web site.   Since all exams are electronic, you can locate the sample exams through the link previously stated.  If you have never attempted an electronic exam, it is suggested that you take the time to practice with the ‘past exams’.

Electronic Exams:  All Grades 10-12 required Provincial Exams will be administered electronically.

Exam Centre Location:  Skeena Middle School, 3411 Munroe Street, Terrace, B.C.

August Exam Schedule:  August 11, 12 & 13, 2014

Click on the following link for information regarding the August 2014 Provincial Exams Schedule.

Please email Mr. Rob Wahl, Vice Principal at North Coast Distance Education School (, to inform him you wish to write an exam… Continue reading

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CMSD82 Superintendent Letter to Parents-Guardians re Report Cards – June 25,2014  (Letter in PDF format)


Dear Parents, Guardians and Caregivers:

I am writing to you today to provide you with an update on the status of report cards for Coast Mountains School District students.

Labour Relations Board (LRB) rulings received on June 12 and 20, 2014, respectively, provide the following essential services requirements for implementation by school districts province wide:

  • Invigilation of Grade 10-12 Provincial Examinations.
  • Compilation and submission of final grades for Grade 12 students in a form ready for entry into BCESIS no later than June 20, 2014.
  • The delivery of final marks for Grade 10 and 11 students.

The Ministry of Education’s expectations based on the essential services designation received from the Labour Relations Board on June 12, 2014 is provided for your information:



The Deputy Minister of Education, Rob Wood, issued the following  letter to all Superintendents of Schools today regarding Social Studies 11 and English 10 Exams.

MoE Letter from Deputy Minister – URGENT Social Studies 11 & English 10 Exams

Based on concerns raised by a number of Superintendents related to quality and validity of the marking for Social Studies 11 and English 10, the decision has been taken to alter the sections that students will be responsible for completing related to these two exams.

It is important to note that students have the opportunity to re-write any provincial exam for a one-year period as per the Handbook of Procedures.  In addition, for the November 2014 exam session only, we are able to offer an electronic option to students who want an opportunity to write the portions of each of these exams that are… Continue reading



Parents, Guardians & Caregivers,

It is important for you to note that Provincial Exams will continue as scheduled for Grades 10 to 12 students as the Labour Relations Board has deemed this an essential service. Please ensure that your children follow the Provincial Exam Schedule and that they report to school to write their necessary exams in accordance with the exam schedule.

Parents are asked to have their Grade 10, Grade 11 and Grade 12 students report to school only as necessary to write their exams.  There will be special entrances designated with signage posted at each school for students to attend their exams without having to cross the picket line, and busses will only run for students writing Provincial Exams on scheduled exam dates as detailed below.

Students are reminded to refer to the Provincial Exam Schedule and to reconfirm “final exam dates and times”… Continue reading



Parents, Guardians & Caregivers,

As detailed in the attached letter received from the Deputy Minister of Education addressed to all Superintendent of Schools on June 13, 2014, the expectation of the Ministry is that report cards will be generated for Grade 12 students and that classroom marks will be submitted to the Ministry data system for preparation of transcripts.

The compilation and submission of final grades for Grade 12 students is required to facilitate entry into the school data system by June 20, 2014.

With respect to other grades, the expectation of the Ministry is that parents will have access to the information they need concerning their child’s progress at school.

The Ministry staff will continue to keep all school districts informed as circumstances change.


Deputy Minister of Education Letter – June 13, 2014