Graduation 2020

Tsandlia Van Ry of Chilliwack is this year’s University of the Fraser Valley recipient of the Lieutenant Governor’s Medal. Van Ry was also the student speaker for the faculty of professional studies. (UFV photo)

UFV grads of 2020 honoured in innovative ways

No convocation ceremony due to pandemic, but grads receive ‘celebration box’

  • Jul 6, 2020

 

Victoria’s 2020 Graduates - A Time to Celebrate

Victoria’s 2020 Graduates – A Time to Celebrate

Boulevard congratulates the grads of 2020 on reaching this milestone occasion. We…

  • Jun 24, 2020

 

B.C. residents are encouraged to head outdoors to cheer for the 2020 high school graduates at 8:20 p.m. (Pixabay)

VIDEO: British Columbians invited to cheer at 8:20 p.m. for 2020 high school grads

‘All of us are celebrating your success and your future,’ premier says

 

Graduating students from Seycove Secondary in Deep Cove, North Vancouver, B.C. throw their hats during a physically distanced graduation photo Wednesday, June 3, 2020. Graduating students all over the world are celebrating their grads in different ways due to the COVID-19 pandemic. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward

Canadian Paediatric Society calls on education ministries to allow graduations

Many in-person graduation ceremonies have shifted to a virtual model or been cancelled or postponed

Graduating students from Seycove Secondary in Deep Cove, North Vancouver, B.C. throw their hats during a physically distanced graduation photo Wednesday, June 3, 2020. Graduating students all over the world are celebrating their grads in different ways due to the COVID-19 pandemic. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward
Cami Kepke (right), Allison Kepke (left), Jordan Dortman (centre) celebrate together at Prince Charles Secondary School (Photo: Robert Wisla)
Cami Kepke (right), Allison Kepke (left), Jordan Dortman (centre) celebrate together at Prince Charles Secondary School (Photo: Robert Wisla)
A graduate crosses the stage during the filming of Chilliwack secondary’s commencement ceremony on Friday, May 22, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s ceremony was filmed over five days with small groups of 25 students. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)

Chilliwack mayor’s message acknowledges challenges for 2020 grads

‘You’ve put in the hard work and are ready to take on the next phase of your life,’ Mayor Popove says

A graduate crosses the stage during the filming of Chilliwack secondary’s commencement ceremony on Friday, May 22, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s ceremony was filmed over five days with small groups of 25 students. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)
Sardis secondary students won’t get their prom, but they will cross the stage for commencement this year, with planners taking the COVID-19 safety measures into consideration. (Stock photo)

Sardis secondary graduates will have their moment on stage

Principal announces cap and gown ceremony will go ahead, with some major changes

Sardis secondary students won’t get their prom, but they will cross the stage for commencement this year, with planners taking the COVID-19 safety measures into consideration. (Stock photo)