Seycove Secondary
North Vancouver School District
Provincial Assessment Information

​2023-2024 Grade 10 Numeracy and Literacy Assessments

The BC Graduation Program requires all grade 10-12 students to write the following Graduation Assessments:

These assessments are mandatory for graduation. Therefore, students will write their Numeracy 10 and Literacy 10 and 12 Assessments this year at Seycove as listed below:




November 1 - 3, 2023

Literacy 12 Assessment - All Grade 12 Students

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Week of January 15 - 18, 2024

Literacy 10

Monday. January. 15, 2024 

Period 1 Blocks: Intro to Span 11 (Herrera-Dominguez), Lit Studies 11 (Nicholson), PHE 10 (Cardle), ADST Foods 10 (Pitches), Sci 10 (Hansell) 



Students Last Names


Computer Lab (317) - 30 

A-Gil (30) 


Library (Back) - 34 

 Gor-S (34) 


Library (Front) - 10 

 T-W (8) 

Thursday. January. 18, 2024 

Period 1 Classes: Foundations of Math 10 (MacPhail), Engineering 10/11 (Muter)



Students Last Names  


Computer Lab (317) - 30 

A-Roch (30) 


Library Back - 34 

Rok-W (10); Grade 11/12s (9) 

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Week of April 17 - 19, 2024

Numeracy 10

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June 10, 2024 9:00am

Re-writes and any students who have not written

The purpose of these assessments is to measure the extent to which students are literate and numerate and to provide students with information about their proficiency. Overall, the new provincial graduation assessments require students to apply their numeracy and literacy skills in realistic contexts. Rather than assess specific course curricula, the graduation assessments measure the application of numeracy and literacy skills to realistic situations, requiring students to employ the knowledge and skills considered to be essential for future success. The graduation assessments look at students' ability to apply their knowledge and skills and to analyze, reason, and communicate effectively as they examine, interpret, and solve problems. Graduation assessments also emphasize the importance of the context in which students should be able to use their skills (e.g., home, employment, society) (BC Ministry of Education).

The following policies are associated with the new Graduation Assessments:

    • Assessments are required for graduation.
    • Assessments are cross-curricular and stand-alone (not tied to a specific course).
    • Students are expected to take the Grade 10 Graduation Numeracy Assessment in their Grade 10 year.
    • Students are expected to take the Grade 10 Graduation Literacy Assessment in their Grade 10 year.
    • Students are expected to take the Grade 12 Graduation Literacy Assessment in their Grade 12 year. This has been postponed to 2021/22.
    • Students must complete all 3 assessments (Literacy 10, Numeracy 10, Literacy 12) for graduation. Students have up to three opportunities to write the assessments: an initial write (required) and up to two rewrites (optional).
    • Assessments are scored on a proficiency scale.
    • The student's best outcome for each of the Provincial Graduation Assessments will be recorded on their final transcript (BC Ministry of Education).