Pacific Coast School Program Overview Admission
Students are eligible to attend Pacific Coast School:
- Once they have completed an admission process
- Self-referred students (specialty courses, credit recovery, graduation, etc)
- School-referred students (referred to PCS by CHSS or other school counsellor)
- Must be no older than 18 by the end of September of the school year.
To facilitate the entry of new students into PCS, a Learning Plan will be developed for each student. This plan will address the following student needs;
- Academic program
- Social emotional needs
- Connection to outside agencies
- Access to additional resources
- Program features
- Breakfast Program 8:15 – 8:45 am
- Connection Time 8:45 – 9:30 am
- Academic Course Work 9:30am – 1:30pm
- Students can choose which subjects to focus on.
- Academic / Electives 1:30 – 3:10pm
- TREC² Program is monthly on Fridays – Outdoor Education and Community Connections
- Face to face courses
- Self paced online courses
- Daily Physical Activity
- Fitness Area available daily during lunch.
- Lunch Program available for 14 – 18 year olds.
- Each student has a Personal Education Plan which is unique to them which is reviewed four times a year.
Adult Students (18/19)
- Students must be 18 before the end of September to qualify.
- Courses designed to help them fulfill the Adult Graduation Program requirements.
- Flexibility in these courses will be possible due to the delivery system.
- Students, with Parent / Guardian permission, can apply to Pacific Coast School. Students may also be recommended by other schools, district administration, or other agencies.
- The application form needs to be filled out completely to ensure that the applicant’s needs are apparent. The applicant should indicate whether they are interested in taking only one or two courses(part time), have graduated and need to upgrade, or are interested in full time studies at Pacific Coast School. (No commitment will be made to student, parent or guardian at this point)
- The Picture Consent Release Form will also need to be filled in and handed in with the application. This is important to promote school spirit, personal achievments and school activities.
- When appropriate, an intake meeting will take place with the teaching team and the student to determine what their learning needs are. Parents are encouraged to attend these meetings as well. The student is introduced to the Code of Conduct and asked if they agree to take responsibility to attend under the expectations of the code. If the student agrees, then the team, along with the student and parent/guardians will design a Personal Education Plan that is specific to the student.
- Parents and guardians will also need to read, sign and submit the High Risk Waiver Form which enables the student to participate in TREC² events.
The forms below come in both “Fillable” and “non-Fillable” versions. The fillable ones you can fill out on the computer, print and sign. Please use Adobe Acrobat Reader to fill out on the computer. The non-fillable ones you need to print and fill out with a pen.
- PCS Student Registration Form – Fillable
- PCS Student Registration Form – Non-Fillable
- PCS TREC² Waiver Form – Fillable
- PCS TREC² Waiver Form – Non-Fillable