High Schools in British Columbia
Students come to the province of British Columbia from around the world to graduate from high school and earn their Dogwood Certificate. British Columbia public schools have a lot to offer International students who are interested in learning a new language and experiencing a new culture.
The "Dogwood Certificate" is the name of British Columbia’s high school graduation certificate. It is named after the Dogwood tree, the official tree of British Columbia. This name was selected because the dogwood tree flowers in April and May, just as students are preparing to finish their school year.
All high school courses are approved by the provincial government, but each school district manages its own international program. Please note that not all school districts accept international students, so it’s important to research your options and plan ahead.
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