Parents of graduating students are in the process of organizing the Dry Grad and Prom for 2021. If you are interested in helping out, please contact STKRSSGrad2021@gmail.com
SD 57 students in Grade 12 who are in good standing and have the recommendation from their principal or guidance counsellor may enroll with UNBC or CNC in order to earn credits that can be used jointly as elective credits towards high school graduation and as first year university credits towards a degree. This program is designed to allow high school students the opportunity to gain first-hand experience in a university-level course while at the same time earning credits towards their high school diploma. High school students who successfully complete a course(s) can also apply the credits earned towards their future university degree. The courses offered to SD 57 students will be first-year UNBC or CNC courses.
While students may take up to 3 courses from UNBC or CNC for dual credit, they may only take one course at a time. Upon completion of the course(s), a transcript will be mailed to SD 57 Prince George. It should be noted that successful completion of a dual high school/university credit course does not guarantee future admission to UNBC or CNC.
November 20, 2020 - School District No. 57 (Prince George) has provided the below media release in response to the November 19, 2020 Order issued by the Public Health Officer regarding the province-wide restrictions related to COVID 19:
2020.11.20 Media Release. - Province-Wide Restrictions.pdf
September 10, 2020 --
Brink Group of Companies has given a visual gift to the community, and especially to alumni of Kelly Road Secondary School.
Brink Group has put together a virtual 3D tour of the school, which is now closed after decades of service to residents of the Hart Highway area of Prince George. The building has been replaced by a new one, Shas Ti Secondary Kelly Road Secondary, which sits on an adjacent site and accommodates 900 students.
Students were in the new school for the first time on Thursday, Sept. 10.
School District No. 57 would like to thank designer Grace Flack and Brink Group for taking on this project and for making the tour available for placement on our website.
Please click on the link below to take the tour.