BC Dogwood Diploma

At Brookes Westshore the Dogwood Diploma program allows students to complete their high school requirements with a smaller, more personalized class size. Our course curriculum has the same credential that is offered by the British Columbia Public School System.

Upon successful completion of the program, students will receive their BC Dogwood Diploma and be able to enter first year at universities in Canada and the United States. For international students looking to enter high school, many overseas courses will transfer into this program and count towards graduation requirements.

The British Columbia Certificate of Graduation, also known as the Dogwood Diploma, is awarded to students who complete high school and successfully meet the Ministry of Education’s requirements set out in the Graduation Program Order. All students who complete Grade 12 at Brookes Westshore will qualify for a BC Dogwood Diploma.

Students must complete a minimum 80 credits (20 courses) to graduate from this program.