Future Brantford Collegiate Institute and Vocational School Students
Hi future MUSTANG parents/guardians and students!
The administration at BCI will be hosting an in-person presentation in the BCI auditorium for future grade 9 students and their families on Thursday, January 19, 2023 beginning at 6 p.m.
Following the presentation in the auditorium, families will have the opportunity to tour the school, visit classrooms, ask questions, and get a small taste of what being a “Mustang” is all about.
An additional presentation about the French Immersion program will take place in the BCI library at 7:30 p.m. For some students who are planning to take French Immersion, this information will be very valuable. Madame Daboll, our BCI Department Head of Moderns, will be presenting and will also be available to answer any questions about French Immersion.
Thanks and we hope to see many families on this night!!
Principal – BCI&VS
Below you will find some resources that you can access to better prepare students for the next school year.
Grade 9 Registration Form - For students currently enrolled in Grand Erie District School Board
COURSE SELECTION PROCESS FOR BCI FEEDER SCHOOL STUDENTS
Elementary Grade 8 teachers will collect these forms for their students. and submit to BCI by February 1, 2023. After that date, signed course selection forms can be sent to email@example.com. Please be reminded that students CANNOT register at more than one secondary school.
Grade 9 Registration Form for Students outside Grand Erie District School Board
If you or your child is interested in attending BCI, please contact Pauline.Cormier@granderie.ca to have a registration package sent to you. Please submit the registration package by Feb 1. If the registration package is submitted after Feb 1, the student may have limited course availability.
To earn a high school OSSD diploma in Ontario, students must:
Students must earn the following 18 compulsory credits to get their Ontario Secondary School Diploma:
Group 1, 2 and 3 compulsory credits
Of the 18 compulsory credits, students must complete one from each of the following groups:
The following conditions apply to compulsory credit selections from the above three groups:
English language learners (ELL)
Students may count a maximum of 3 credits in English as a Second Language or English Literacy Development towards the 4 compulsory credits in English.
The fourth credit must be for a Grade 12 compulsory English course.
Students must earn 12 optional credits by successfully completing courses offered in their school’s program and course calendar.
Optional credits may include up to 4 credits earned through approved dual credit programs