Admissions Update by Province

Ontario

The Ministry of Education has confirmed that all students will receive final grades at the end of the school year. Teachers will assess progress on at-home work and assign final grades.

  • Midterm grades continue to be submitted to The Ontario Universities Application Center (OUAC). More information is also available on the OUAC FAQ.
  • Universities will receive grade updates from the OUAC between April 23 and May 1. All applications that have not received a decision will be reviewed when these grades are received, and an additional round of offers will be sent at this time. All Ontario high school applicants will receive a response by May 27th.
  • The Ontario Ministry of Education has confirmed that the literacy requirement for students graduating in the 2019-20 school year has been waived. Students otherwise on track and eligible to graduate, will graduate.

If you are registered to take a course outside of your home school, please ensure it is a Ministry-accredited and approved school that offers the same rigorous curriculum and level of instruction as your high school. Grades must be reported through OUAC.

Alberta / Northwest Territories / Nunavut

The Alberta Ministry of Education has confirmed that all students will receive final grades and a report card appropriate to their grade level.

Grade 12 diploma exams are cancelled; high school students on track to receive 100 + credits will still be eligible to graduate.

British Columbia/ Yukon

The B.C. Ministry of Education has reported that every student in Grade 12 will receive a final mark for the 2019-20 school year.

  • Students who are on track and eligible to graduate from Grade 12 this school year will graduate
Manitoba

The Manitoba Education has indicated that no student will be held back and students on track to graduate will graduate.

  • Grade 12 provincial assessments have been cancelled however assessment of learning will continue. All students will receive a final grade and report card
New Brunswick

The Department of Education has announced that Grade 12 students on track to graduate as of January 2020 will graduate in June 2020

Newfoundland/ Labrador

The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development has announced there will be no public exams this year.

  • Students who are on track and eligible to graduate from Grade 12 this school year will graduate.
Nova Scotia

The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development has announced that all tests and exams are cancelled. This includes provincial assessments, Nova Scotia Exams, and final exams in all courses. Families will receive March and April report cards and end of year report cards.

  • Students who are on track and eligible to graduate from Grade 12 this school year will graduate
Prince Edward Island

The Department of Education and Lifelong Learning has announced that Grade 12 students on track to graduate and engaged in learning prior to the school closures, will have the opportunity to graduate.

Quebec

Your results will be sent automatically via the OUAC if your Quebec CÉGEP code is included on your application.

Rather than giving a final numerical mark, instructors may also grant "equivalence," indicating that the objectives of the course have been achieved.

Saskatchewan

The Ministry of Education has indicated Grade 12 students will receive a final grade based on their current grade (as of March 13). Students will be afforded the opportunity to improve their mark – if they choose – through distance and alternative learning methods provided by their school division.