Lower Mainland West

This web page is where you,as a Lower Mainland West student (anyone west of 200th street), can come and see what is going on in our area and the greater Lower Mainland. Please don't forget to checkout the pages for school wide information.

~ Mrs. Tara Klukas


Hi there,

I wanted to let you know that I believe there will be enough interested students for us to have a gr. 12 class at Abbotsford CC in Gateway Community Christian Ref. church in 2020-21. Initial plans include hopefully having Melanie Visscher teaching Humanities (Christian Studies, English and History), from 9-3 on Tuesdays. Students will need to have finished their gr. 10 and 11 pre-requisites for these courses to be able to sign up. ‚Äč We have a waiting pool link started now for CCs for 2020-21, and it would really help me project numbers and assess the viability of this option if students/families who are interested in this would join the waiting pool: bit.ly/ccwaitingpool2020-2021

Andria Lengkeek

HCOS Support Teacher

Learning Group administrator- Lower Mainland

Abbotsford Community Connections coordinator


"Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it." Prov. 22:6

Grad Program Day and Night Info Sessions for 2019/2020!

Hello 2019/2020 Grade 10, 11 and 12 Students, Parents, and Guardians,

My name is Tara Klukas and I will be your Grad Advisor for the 2019/2020 school year. The reason I am your Grad Advisor is that I have been assigned the HCOS region known as Lower Mainland West (basically all families in our school west of 200 Street up to Squamish approximately).

Recently we held two Grad Program Info Sessions to help you with your course planning for the 2019/2020 school year.

Here are the recordings:

Here also are the websites we recommend for planning your course selection:


Most post-secondary schools are moving to only accept transcripts through a student BCeID. Please make sure to sign up for this. Your final transcript will now be delivered through the BCeID rather than through sent to you through the mail. The BCeID also allows you to look at your unofficial transcript and track courses. In some cases students have found courses that were not reported on their transcripts. It is important that you use this resource and are aware of the courses listed on your transcript for your graduation needs.

*Please note it can sometimes take a few weeks before a course shows up on your transcript after completion. Let me know if it has been longer than this and you still do not see the course listed.


Community Connections Plans for the 2019/2020 school year and beyond

If you have any questions or would like to be part of these face-to-face classes, please contact Andria Lengkeek at alengkeek@onlineschool.ca