LFMSS Graduation Information
Every graduating student must book a time with https://artona.com/ to have their grad portraits taken whether you order prints or not. You do not have to purchase your portrait but a picture needs to be taken for yearbook and compositions.
Take your time to prepare for your 20 minute photo session. Read through all the information on the website, create an account using your student number and then book a session. You may want to take some photos with your friends so choose similar times.
BC Graduation Program Guide
The BC Graduation Program has been finalized. For your reference, the BC Graduation Program Implementation Guide and the BC Graduation Program Policy Guide are now available on the Ministry’s Graduation web page. Please see the Grad Programs News Release for additional information.
The Langley School District is committed to providing our students with the most up-to-date information to assist students through their transition from high school to post secondary school. Students and parents will find information on scholarships, the Graduation Profile, post secondary schools, and more.
Please visit the Langley School District Scholarship Information Website for student resources and scholarship databases.
If you are in need of further information, please contact your school counsellor.
UFV Scholarships (deadlines are March 1, 2019 for all Undergraduate Programs; September 1, 2019 for all Trades Programs):