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Opportunities are available for students (including those with significant cognitive disabilities) to choose courses that are of interest to them. High school students earn credits for compulsory and optional courses, locally developed courses, distance education courses, post secondary courses (college and university) and others such as community service. Students, who have completed the required number of compulsory and optional courses, including (M) course designations, receive a Manitoba high school diploma.

For more information on graduation requirements in Manitoba see: www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/policy/grad_require.html

Certificate of Completion for Students Receiving Individualized Programming Designation

In March 2007, Manitoba Education, Citizenship and Youth introduced a certificate of completion for an Individualized Senior Years program, effective in the 2006 to 2007 school year. This certificate recognizes the achievement of students with significant cognitive disabilities who benefit from a highly individualized, functionally appropriate learning experience.

Information guidelines for awarding the certificate are available at www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/policy/grad_require.html .
Certificates of completion can be ordered through the Manitoba Text Book Bureau at www.mtbb.mb.ca/, stock #72501.