Graduation Assessments (GNA & GLA)

There are provincial assessments that all students must write as required components of graduation. The GRADUATION NUMERACY ASSESSMENT (GNA) and two versions of the GRADUATION LITERACY ASSESSEMENT (GLA) - one in Grade 10 and one in Grade 12. 

      •    Current Grade 10s will write the GLA 10 on November 2-3, 2021.
           (Any Grade 11s and 12s who have not written the GNA will also be scheduled.).

       •   Current Grade 12s will write the GLA 12 on January 25-26, 2021.

       •   Current Grade 10s will write the GNA 10 on April 25 and 28, 2021.
           (Any Grade 11s and 12s who have not written the GNA will also be scheduled.).

On our November, January, and April Graduation Assessment Days, we will follow this bell schedule:

8:30 – 11:30 3 hours GRAD ASSESSMENT
8:30 – 9:55 85 minutes PLT 1
10:05 – 11:30 85 minutes PLT 2
11:40 – 1:00 80 minutes Block A/C
1:00 – 1:40 40 minutes LUNCH
1:40 – 3:00 80 minutes Block B/D

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GNA 10

RHS GRADE 10s WILL WRITE THE GNA on APRIL 25 and 28 - CHECK POSTED SCHEDULES FOR DATE AND TIME.

Numeracy is the willingness and perseverance to interpret and apply mathematical understanding to solve problems in contextualized situations, and to analyze and communicate these solutions in ways relevant to the given context.

The Numeracy Assessment is not a typical “math test” and will include 24 common questions and a student choice section (answer 2 of 4). The questions will be context placed problems that students will read, think about and present a solution.  The GNA measures 5 numeracy processes, including students’ abilities to INTERPRET, APPLY, SOLVE, ANALYZE and COMMUNICATE solutions. The GNA is not attached to any course, but reported separately on each student’s official Transcript using a 4-point scale –

1. Emerging   2. Developing   3. Proficient   4. Extending

Students can score a 0 for not attempting to answer questions and must score at least 1 to graduate. If desired, students will be allowed to rewrite the GNA two times over their high school years (3 total attempts).

For more information and to try a practice GNA, please explore the link below:

https://curriculum.gov.bc.ca/assessment/grade-10-numeracy-assessment

 

GLA 10

RHS GRADE 10s WILL WRITE THE GLA on APRIL 13-14 - CHECK POSTED SCHEDULES FOR DATE AND TIME.

Literacy is the ability to critically analyze and make meaning from diverse texts and to communicate and express oneself in a variety of modes and for a variety of purposes in relevant contexts. 

The Grade 10 Literacy Assessment assesses student ability to use critical thinking and analysis to make meaning from a diverse array of texts.  It also assesses the ability of students to communicate their ideas. Students will demonstrate their learning through two key tasks on the Grade 10 Graduation Literacy Assessment: Analyzing and Making Meaning from Texts (Comprehend) and Communicating Understanding of Texts/Making Personal Connections (Communicate). For example, in Part A, after responding to a number of texts related to the essential question, students will respond to a writing prompt, such as, “To what extent do humans have control over the natural world?” Students will be asked to communicate their depth of insight into, or understanding of, the topic. They will support their argument with reference to the texts in the section and may also draw upon their own experiences and knowledge

Find out more, including a sample GLA 10 Assessment at:

https://curriculum.gov.bc.ca/assessment/literacy-assessment/grade-10-lit...

GLA 12

RHS GRADE 12s WILL WRITE THE GLA on APRIL 25 and 28 - CHECK POSTED SCHEDULES FOR DATE AND TIME.

The Grade 12 Literacy Assessment assesses students’ ability to use critical and reflective thinking and analysis to make meaning from a diverse array of texts. It also assesses the ability of students to communicate their ideas, or those found in the texts.  Critical and reflective thinking involves examining relevant information; identifying and challenging biases and assumptions; analyzing purpose and perspective; and considering one’s own thinking and that of others in order to make reasoned judgements and develop ideas and insights.

Find out more, including a sample GLA 12 Assessment at:

https://curriculum.gov.bc.ca/provincial/grade-12-literacy-assessment