Graduation Assessments

As part of the graduation program, all students are required to write three graduation assessments: Literacy 10, Numeracy 10, and Literacy 12. The Literacy 12 assessment is new this year for all grade 12 students. Students graduating from the French Immersion Program will also be required to write the Évaluation de littératie de la 12e année in order to qualify for their Bilingual Dogwood. 

 

Students will write these assessments in the semester they have an English 10, Math 10, or English 12 class. We will be following up with students not registered for one of these classes. We will be providing prep sessions for students ahead of the assessments.

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Learn more about the assessment HERE

Staff Contact: Kim Chalmers

Grade 12 Literacy Assessment

The Grade 12 Literacy Assessment is a provincial assessment that assesses student proficiency in literacy.

 

It is a graduation requirement and is completed during students’ Grade 12 year.

The Grade 12 Literacy Assessment assesses students’ ability to use critical and reflective thinking and analysis to make meaning from a diverse array of texts. It also assesses the ability of students to communicate their ideas or those found in the texts.

Grade 10 Numeracy Assessment

The Grade 10 Numeracy Assessment is a provincial assessment that assesses student proficiency in numeracy. It is a graduation requirement and students take the assessment in their Grade 10 year.

 

The Grade 10 Numeracy Assessment focuses on the application of mathematical concepts learned across multiple subjects from kindergarten to Grade 10. It requires students to solve problems by using five numeracy processes (different ways of thinking and working): interpret, apply, solve, analyze and communicate. 

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Learn more about the assessment HERE

Staff Contact: Susan Robinson

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Grade 10 Literacy Assessment

The Grade 10 Literacy Assessment is a provincial assessment that assesses student proficiency in literacy. It is a graduation requirement and students take the assessment in their Grade 10 year.

The Grade 10 Literacy Assessment assesses students' ability to use critical thinking and analysis to make meaning from a diverse array of texts. It also assesses the ability of students to communicate their ideas.

 

The Grade 10 Literacy Assessment is not based on a particular course, but on learning across multiple subjects, from kindergarten to Grade 10.

Learn more about the assessment HERE


Staff Contact: Kim Chalmers

Évaluation de littératie de la 12e année

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Learn more about the assessment HERE

Staff Contact: Louise Doucet

The Literacy Assessment 12 th  year - French Second Language - Immersion evaluates, among students in 12 th  year, the fundamentals of literacy.

Literacy is defined on the one hand as the ability to grasp the meaning of a variety of texts and to analyze them critically. On the other hand, literacy includes the ability to express oneself in various ways, for various purposes and according to the needs of the context.

The literacy assessment is not associated with a particular course, but rather touches on multiple learning disciplines as well as essential skills developed by students from kindergarten to the 12th year.