• View or order your grade 10 to 12 course transcript
  • Send your high school transcript to post-secondary institutions (PSIs)
  • Send your high school transcript to a third-party (another person or group)
  • Order your graduation certificate
  • View your provincially awarded scholarships
  • View your provincial graduation assessment and exam results
  • How do I make my Student Transcripts Service (STS) account?

You should give the PSIs you selected twelve months to view your marks. This way they can check your grad status and final marks in June (so they know you have maintained your admission average).

  • Any successfully completed grade 10, 11, and 12 course that counts for graduation credit. Anything 50% or better is considered successfully completed.
  • A WITHDRAWN course or FAILED course does not show on the transcript.

Yes as long as you have passed the course, all final marks of the attempts will show. But credit for the course will only be granted once. Contact your PSI to ask if only the better mark is used for admissions or if multiple attempts are considered.

  • As a current student, you get for free
    • Up to 25 transcripts sent to post-secondary institutions on your behalf
    • One printed, mailed transcript sent to a third party (e.g. to yourself or an employer)
    • One graduation certificate from your school (once you have met graduation requirements)
    • Once your request is received successfully, you will receive a confirmation e-mail.
    • Any additional transcripts or certificates cost $10 each.

Check out this link for a helpful video on how to submit transcripts.

If you can’t find what you’re looking for, or have any questions, you can call or text (604) 660-2421 from Monday to Friday 7:30am to 5:00pm PDT (except B.C. statutory holidays) for assistance. Someone from Service BC will reach out upon contact.

Online Courses

Yes, any ministry accredited online school/course can be taken to satisfy grad requirements. All Grade 10-12 level courses completed online will show on the student’s transcript. 

Online courses are independent of David Thompson’s courses. Any questions/concerns need to be directed to the online course teacher and online school. DT teachers cannot supervise online exams for online courses.

Some schools may ask how many online courses you’ve taken, while others may not. The online school name does not appear on your Ministry Transcript, however, the online school name is listed on your permanent school record.

  • If you would like the PSI to see the mark of an online course, it needs to be completed by February 1st. This is to ensure the online course mark is sent to DT and uploaded onto your Transcript in time for the PSI to be able to view this completed mark.
  • Ideally, all online courses should be completed as soon as possible.
  • If the online course you are taking is required for graduation and/or program admission, this course needs to be completed and final marks into your transcript by June 30th. PLEASE do not wait until the end days of June to complete a course.

Study Blocks

  • To utilize time wisely for courses
  • To use time for applications, scholarship applications

If students have enough credits for graduation, Grade 12 students are automatically granted 1 study block during the year.

This will depend on the student’s situation and will be decided on a case-by-case scenario with the student, family, counsellor, and administrator.


Internal scholarships are awarded by David Thompson. These scholarships are posted internally with information provided by DT and applications submitted to DT. These are typically posted before Spring Break.

There are thousands of external scholarships available. Please visit the following most common sites to find scholarships that are applicable to you.

Personal Profiles / Supplemental Applications

  • A personal profile is a collection of questions by the PSI to better understand the kind of student/person you are. More and more, PSI’s are looking for not only high academic achievement, but also community involvement, employment and student achievements in areas not academically related.

PSI’s are looking for the following categories of topics when they are reading your personal profile:

  • Engagement and Accomplishment
  • Leadership
  • Substance
  • Voice
  • Ask multiple people in different realms of your life to help proofread and provide feedback with your personal profile. When you are writing your own, you may not be able to see your writing from a 3rd person’s point of view.
  • Ask older relatives (aunts, uncles, cousins), your parents, older siblings, friends, and other trusted adults.

Some preparation is given in your CLC 12 classes. Please look on the PSI’s website requiring a personal profile to see if they have any information on writing a personal profile. UBC’s website has lots of information on what makes a good personal profile.


Many programs such as Engineering, Computer Programming, Sciences etc have minimum % required for admission requirements. These minimums are a must to apply for the specified program. Meeting the minimum % does not mean getting admitted to the program. This will depend on the competitiveness of other applicants.

This depends on the PSI. Some PSI’s will look at your top 4-6 academic subjects while others will look at all courses in Grade 11 and 12. Some PSI’s drop your lowest academic mark and use your higher ones for calculations.

  • This is UBC’s answer: When evaluating the academic profile of an applicant, we look at your grades in all academic courses – these do not include career education, physical and health education, faith-based, skills-based courses, or courses in applied design and technology. So, Career Life Connections 12 is not considered when calculating an admission average.
  • Please know that we will exclude your lowest grade (if the course is not a degree-specific requirement or relevant to your intended area of study at UBC).

After you have received admission into a PSI, you may be given a “conditional acceptance” where you would need to maintain your overall course average to gain full acceptance. This is to ensure students continue to study at a high level and not drop their average. There is usually a range that your average needs to stay within. Please ask the PSI these questions directly as they may all differ on their processes.

PSI Related Questions

PSI stands for Post Secondary Institution. This is like UBC, SFU, and Langara.

Please see the attached list of PSI Program Advisors to ask specific questions directly to the PSI.

Reference Letters

  • Someone who knows you well. Read the requirements of the scholarship/opportunity and determine who could best speak about those requirements.
  • Some scholarships/opportunities will require someone in a specific role (e.g. counsellor, administrator, employer, coach.

A minimum of two weeks is the suggested time you should give your referee. The more time you give your referee, the better letter you can get (you also want to be considerate of others’ time as these are extra tasks)

  • Resume and Cover Letter
  • Personal Statements
  • Copy or link to the scholarship/opportunity so that your referee knows what the scholarship requirements are.