Graduation 2019

Important Dates:

  • Grad Meeting: Jan 17, 2019 at 7pm
  • One Stop Grad Shop: Feb 11-15, 2019 during the lunch hours. Make all of your grad arrangements at once!
  • Grad Rehearsal: June 24, 2019 at 9:00 am
  • Graduation Ceremony: June 25, 2019 at 10:30am at the NPC Gym (139 Northlands Parkway E, Winkler MB)
  • Grad Banquet: June 25, 2019 at 6:15pm at the NPC Gym (doors open at 5:45pm)
  • After Grad: June 25, 2019 Days Inn  Conference Centre 9pm-1am

Information and Forms:

  • Grad Checklist 2019 (revised Jan 15 2019) - a comprehensive checklist of the things you need for grad
  • Grad Photo Appointments 
  • EPH apparel has extended their special pricing until March 30, 2019. $399.99 for a custom suit, shirt & tie. Visit them at their Winnipeg location    https://www.ephapparel.com/
  • There are 2 grad jackets available for purchase: 1 men's large & 1 ladies medium. Cost is $65 and includes embroidered name and logo. Please contact Ms. MacDonald @204-325-8200 if you wish to purchase.

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Please take time to speak to your guidance counsellor regarding graduation. If you have questions or concerns about requirements for graduation or for post-secondary, they can help!

Note: Entrance requirements for universities and colleges are institution specific, which make it important to visit their websites to understand details/differences and plan accordingly. The points below are generalized suggestions to help the majority of our students meet entrance requirements:

  1. Manitoba graduation requirement and university entrance requirements are not the same thing.
  2. Most Manitoba universities require 5 full credits at the S (special), or G (general) level for entrance, which means Phys Ed does NOT count towards many university entrance requirements as it is an "F" credit (Physical Education 40F - foundational), therefore students should plan to graduate with a minimum of 6 grade 12 credits. Our NPC registration guide and student schedules will show each course's designation, and the meaning can be found on page two of our guide. https://npc.gvsd.ca/images/Content/School/Registration-Guide-2018-19.pdf
  3. Some institutions require a variety of subject areas at the grade 12 level, and have an "approved list" of courses. For some institutions this list is very specific.
  4. Scholarships/bursaries often have a separate set of requirements, which can be course secific and differ from entrance requirements.

A list of institution application deadlines is available here.

For more information, please visit our guidance page at https://npcguidance.weebly.com/ or visit your guidance counsellor.