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Graduation Requirements

Resources

For Parents and Students

Adult Learning and Literacy
Information on Adult Learning Centres, Adult Literacy programs and GED Testing.

A Career Development Resource for Parents (PDF Document 234 KB)
Provides suggestions on career planning, how to talk to teens about career choices and how to find an ally who can help prepare young people for entry into the workforce.

Career Cruising
Interactive resource is designed to help people find the right career, explore different career options or plan for their education and training. Students are encouraged to see their school counselor for access to this resource.

Distance Learning
Information on distance learning options available to students in Manitoba.

Individualized Programming
Learn more about individualized programming for students with significant cognitive disabilities.

Mature Student Diploma
Information about the Mature Student Diploma.

Modification
Information on modification for students with significant cognitive disabilities.

My Child in School
This user-friendly website gives parents information about with their children are learning and how they might be assessed in compulsory subject areas from Kindergarten to Grade 12.

Provincial Report Card
Learn more about Manitoba’s plain language parent-friendly report card. Information is available in 17 languages.

Safe Schools
Resources supporting awareness and understanding of the problems that impact the safety of children and youth in schools.

School Attendance
Ideas and resources to support regular school attendance.

Schools in Manitoba
Contact information for Manitoba schools and school divisions and districts.

Special Language Credit Option
Learn more about earning credits for proficiency in languages other than English and French.

Youth Apprenticeship Programs
Information about the High School Apprenticeship Program (HSAP) and Provincial Accreditation through High School (PATHS) programs

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For Educators

Career Development
Learn more about career development courses and resources.

Distance Learning
Information related to print-based Independent Study Option (ISO) courses, Teacher Mediated Option (TMO) courses and Web-Based Courses (WBC)

English as an Additional Language
Information and resources related to English as an Additional Language.

Evaluating Non-Manitoba Course Completions for Senior Years Credits
This guide outlines considerations, procedures and resources to assist schools in making decisions about the educational credentials and appropriate placement of students who transfer in the Manitoba school system from another jurisdiction within or outside Canada, from a non-funded independent school in Manitoba, or from homeschooling.

Individualized Programming
Information on individualized programming for students with significant cognitive disabilities.

Modification
Information on modification for students with significant cognitive disabilities.

School-Initiated Courses and Student-Initiated Projects (SICs and SIPs)
Learn more about developing and registering curricula to meet local needs and interests.

Grade 9 to Grade 12 (Senior 1 to Senior 4) Mature Student Graduation Requirements
Provides information about policy requirements related to Mature Student Graduation Requirements.

Special Language Credit Option
Learn more about procedures and requirements for awarding credits for proficiency in languages other than French and English.

Student Transfer Guide
Compiled by the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC), this guide provides detailed information on the school systems and graduation requirements for each province and territory. The purpose of this guide is to assist receiving schools in placing high school students who have recently moved from one province or territory to another.

Subject Table Handbook
Provides information for schools about course codes, levels and credits.

Subject Table Handbook Technology Education
Provides information for schools about course codes, levels and credits for the Technology Education Program.

Work Placement
Work placement information and forms.

Youth Apprenticeship Programs
Learn more about the High School Apprenticeship Program (HSAP) and Provincial Accreditation through High School (PATHS) programs.

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