Chilliwack Student Grad Rates Climb - Aboriginal Grads Exceed Provincial Average

Student graduation rates in the Chilliwack School District were up in 2017/18, based on a year-end report from the Ministry of Education. Overall District graduation rates have increased 4% (from 78% to 82%) over the last six years and 13% over the last twenty-one years (from 69% to 82%). Graduation rates for Aboriginal students have increased even more substantially, by 22% over the last six years and 24% over the last twenty-one. The Chilliwack School District’s Aboriginal student six-year completion rates are 10% higher than the province wide average for the 2017/18 school year. See the full Media Release here.

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Stage 2 Restart Plan

Please see the following document for the stage 2 restart plan.  This plan gives a framework for what your child's experience will be like and some of the health and safety protocols in place.  More specific information on the first days of school will be sent out directly to families during the week of August 31.  The school office will be open starting August 31.

Climate Action Notice:

The Chilliwack School District is committed to sustainability and has a Board Policy that articulates that the district and its staff have a responsibility to foster and reinforce a positive environmental ethic and stewardship. The District encourages students to be socially responsible, contributing citizens. On September 27, 2019, the global climate strike day, parents may excuse their child from class if they choose.