BC Dogwood Graduation Program

Most students at Franklin School will complete the BC Dogwood Graduation Program. The BC Certificate of Graduation or “Dogwood Diploma” is awarded to students who successfully complete the provincial graduation requirements. In order to graduate, students must pass specific courses. Overall, each student must acquire 80 credits from a combination of required courses, elective courses, and the Graduation Transitions program.

AP Programs at downtown Vancouver

AP (Advanced Placement) is a high school program set by the American College Board (Collegeboard) for students who have extra learning abilities to study certain college courses in advance. The AP courses, therefore, are recognized by most of the universities in the United States and Canada. It serves as an important reference for admission to universities and access to the appropriate course credit.

Franklin School is an AP secondary school located at the heart of Vancouver. We offer AP US History, AP Chemistry, AP Biology, AP Environmental Science, AP Macroeconomics, AP English Literature, AP Physics 1, AP Calculus AB & BC, and so on. Thanks to our unparallelled strength language support and management, Franklin School has provided students with quality AP teaching from the very beginning of this program.

The AP programs are open to Grade 10-12 students. Students who qualify for the programs may apply in Grade 9 and 10. In the AP programs, students may choose courses according to their own honors courses and their interests.

AP Programs at downtown Vancouver

English Language Support

To support our diverse community, Franklin School provides a comprehensive English Language Support Program (ELSP). The ELS program allows our international students to advance their English language skills within our preparatory program offerings. Our inclusive and comprehensive language programs support the acquisition of English for students whose first language is not English.

Programs

The B.C. Certificate of Graduation or “Dogwood Diploma” is awarded to students who successfully complete the provincial graduation requirements for Grades 10 – 12. Students require a minimum of 80 credits to graduate.

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