Final Report Cards Published June 24

Report Cards will be available on June 24th. The information in this message describes how you will be able to access Report Cards once they are published.


Final report cards will be published to the MyEducationBC Family Portal at noon on Wednesday, June 24th. Once report cards are available online, parents and students will receive a notification by email. Any attachments/detailed reports from teachers will be emailed in a separate message, shortly after the report card is posted. It is important that you save and/or print a copy of your child's report card for your records as the PDF will be removed from the MyEducationBC website prior to the start of school in September.

Final report cards contain important information regarding your child's learning this year. We are very proud of how so many of our students have met our school goal of "Raising the Bar" this year by pushing themselves to do their best in spite of the challenging times that we find ourselves in. Please take a moment to review your child's report card and discuss their achievements with them. We would like to congratulate all of our students on an excellent year and we wish everyone a great summer! We look forward to seeing our students again in the fall.

NOTE: Teachers may edit and post report card information multiple times during the mark gathering process as they compile and finalize their evaluations of students. These posts can be seen in the “Recent Activity” section. In the case of any discrepancies, it is the information found on the published PDF report card on Wednessday, June 24th that reflects the student’s final standing in thier courses. 

If your child is recommended to attend Academic Completion Summer School, please visit this site for the course catalogue and registration information:

To access your child's report card through the MyEducationBC Family Portal, please visit this link:
You will find the published report card on the right hand side of the main page when using the "desktop" version of the site. In some cases, you may see two report card documents with classes split between them. Please be reminded that your password contains at least one capital letter, one lower case letter, one number, and one symbol, and must be a minimum of 8 characters in length.

If you are having trouble accessing your MyEducationBC account, please fill out this form, and our office staff will assist you:

Additionally, some of our teachers are participating in the Student Reporting Policy Pilot Project. For these classes, report cards will direct you to students' ePortfolios to view a detailed final summary of progress. Please visit this page for helpful tips on accessing ePortfolios: