HCOS Grad Program

Heritage Christian Online School - Grades 10 through 12

Grad Program News!

Check out these online events from UVIC this fall:

  1. Post-Secondary BC (PSBC) events are happening, regionally, for students throughout the fall, and UVic will be offering four virtual presentations at each of these events. The upcoming PSBC events are as follows:

  • Northern BC: October 7 (2-6pm) and October 8 (3-7pm)
  • Kamloops and Kootenays: October 14 (2-6pm) and October 15 (3-7pm)
  • General Event (open to students from all regions): October 21 (3-7pm)
  • Northshore BC (including North and West Vancouver): October 28 (2-6pm) and October 29 (3-7pm)
Registration is available, here: https://postsecondarybcvirtualfair.easyvirtualfair.com/prefair/.
  1. Student Experience Panels will feature current students who will speak about student life at UVic and be available to answer questions. The upcoming Student Experience Panels are as follows:

  • October 7 at 6:30pm
  • October 17 at 10am
  • October 28 at 6:30pm
  • November 7 at 10am
  • November 18 at 8:30pm (for international students)
Registration is available, here: https://www.uvic.ca/undergraduate/tours-events/events/#ipn-student-experience-panels.
  1. Parent Nights will provide parents/guardians/supporters the opportunity to learn more about UVic. Attendees will also enjoy a presentation by the amazing Dr. Lisa Surridge, Associate Dean of the Faculty of Humanities, with some helpful tips on being successful in post-secondary studies. The upcoming Parent Nights are as follows:

  • October 18 at 5pm
  • November 8 at 5pm
  • November 22 at 5pm
Registration is available, here: https://www.uvic.ca/undergraduate/tours-events/events/#ipn-parent-nights.
  1. Sample Lectures will be delivered by expert guest speakers from across the UVic community on a wide array of topics from modern marketing to sociology in the age of Covid-19.

Students can register and find a complete list of upcoming sample lectures on our website, here:https://www.uvic.ca/undergraduate/tours-events/events/index.php#ipn-lectures-seminars.

  1. Faculty-specific events will allow attendees to explore our faculties and the unique experiences they offer for UVic students.

Students can register and find a complete list of upcoming faculty-specific events on our website, here:https://www.uvic.ca/undergraduate/tours-events/events/index.php#ipn-faculty-events.


UBC Engineering Events

BC Virtual Student Expo

The British-Columbia / Yukon Expo being held on November 4th and 5th 2020, from 10am to 5pm, will provide your students access to all major college, university, and career colleges in the region.

Students will be able to connect with school recruiters via one-on-one meetings, live chat, phone, video or messaging. They can also participate in the many conferences and workshops held by industry experts in mental health, finance, fitness, time managements, and more.

With over 1,000 post-secondary schools throughout Canada to chose from, students will be able to make the right decision on their educational future from the comfort of their desktop, laptop, or smartphone.

Here is the registration link to for parents and/or students to sign up: https://www.campuscentral.ca/events/atl

Feel free to check out our site for yourself: www.campuscentral.ca and learn more about our participating partner schools and conferences offered.

Canadian Universities Event - Online information sessions for students

This year, the CUE 2020 events will be hosted entirely online. There will be live online events for students which will be accessed via the CUE website. They are in the process of rebuilding the website so that it can accommodate these changes, and the new site will be launched soon.

The student events are not school or region specific, so students are invited to register for the date and time that works best for them. Advanced registration for the CUE events is required this year as our web platforms do not have unlimited capacity. The exact details for registration and attendance will be shared closer to the CUE dates.

The CUE 2020 student events are scheduled for:

Monday September 28, 4-8PM Pacific

Tuesday September 29, 4-8PM Pacific

Wednesday September 30, 4-8PM Pacific

Thursday October 1, 4-8PM Pacific

Saturday October 3, 10AM-2PM Pacific

Tuesday October 6, 4-8PM Pacific

Thursday October 8, 4-8PM Pacific

A Once-in-a-Lifetime Opportunity for Canadian Youth


The Prime Minister is looking for young Canadians between ages of 16 to 24 to advise him on issues that matter to them, their community and youth across Canada. Youth Council members meet online and in person several times a year. They also engage with local and national organizations, meet with policy makers and decision-makers like Cabinet Ministers, and attend public events.

Do you know someone who might be interested in this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to help build a stronger and more inclusive Canada? Invite them to visit the Prime Minister's Youth Council website for more information and to apply today. Applications are being accepted until August 17, 2020.

Happy Summer!

Check back in late August for updates about the new school year! We look forward to partnering with you as you work towards completing your Grade 10 - 12 years!

*NEW*

We have a new sub-page under our resources. If you need transcripts and information for post-secondary, please take some time to view this page and video links provided.