August 25, 2014


Our office hours until August 29 are 8:00am to 3:00pm.  Report cards have been mailed but if you need to pick up your yearbook, you can do so during the above times. Yearbooks will not be mailed out.  Our registration days are August 25, 26 and 27 from 9am to 3pm. You will need to bring a birth certificate, last report card and proof of residency to complete your registration along with a completed registration form.   


If there is a problem with your timetable please email your counselor stating your concerns (appointments will not be made).  Priority will be given to missing courses & to failure of grad requirements for Grade 12 students. Changes based on teacher requests will NOT be made.  Elective course changes are NOT a priority.  Please be patient and do not send multiple emails.


The Grad Planner is a Ministry-produced document prepared for students entering the Graduation Program. The document outlines graduation requirements, means of getting graduation credit, and provides information about Graduation Program exams as well as funding post-secondary education. The Grad Planner also contains numerous links to websites with helpful information.
English and French versions of the 2014/15 Grad Planner are now available on the Ministry Graduation website.


Parents/Guardians usually receive a report card in June that summarizes their child’s progress during the year.  This year we are unable to produce the usual progress reports because of the teachers’ strike.  In order to attain final letter grades for students in grades 10, 11 and 12 Chilliwack School District followed the Labour Relations Board Essential Services Orders (

Reports have been distributed as follows:

  • Students in grades K-9 will not receive a report card until the current labour dispute is settled.  In the interim, schools issued a letter via mail for each student which provides an end-of-year statement that includes information about their promotion for the coming year.  In the fall, programs of interventions and supports will be established for students whose information indicates that they are at academic risk.
  • Classroom teachers reviewed the most recent report card percentages in order to determine final marks for students in grades 10 and 11. Grade 10 and 11 students will receive report cards with final grades only.
  • Final marks for students in grade 12 were submitted by teachers to school administration. Grade 12 reports have been completed and mailed.

Enquiries about student marks may be brought forward to teachers upon their return to work.  We would like to thank our parents/guardians and community for their patience during these difficult times.


Check out the link to the You Tube video of our Sardis Secondary Commencement 2014.  Also check out the photos from Facebook Group Sardis Grad 2014