Graduation 2015

June 15, 2015 | Graduation is a big event at every school, but at BCS, we have two graduating classes every year: Form VI and Form VII!
The students in purple robes are Form VII (Grade 12) graduates, which is what many people around the world are familiar with. They are eligible to go directly to university.

Those in white robes are finishing Form VI (Grade 11). Typically, Quebec high school ends in Grade 11 and is followed by two years at a pre-university college, called CEGEP, and then university. Some BCS students choose to attend CEGEP, while many others stay for Grade 12.

Whether returning to BCS for another year or moving on to another institution, we wish our graduates all the best in their future endeavours and are confident that they will find success!

Photo of the Day will be on summer holidays for the next few months. See you back here when school starts up in September.

Bishop's College School is an independent English-language boarding and day school for grades 7 to 12 in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada.