March 15th is our last day in session.
Return to school Tuesday April 3, 2018
The Boundary Bullet is our school newspaper created, written and edited by the BCSS New Media Class. The intent is to allow students the opportunity to research and report on issues that matter to their lives at school, in the community and beyond. Students take on different roles (Editor, Sports, Local and World News, etc.) with each edition. The paper is published every second Monday - the next issue will be out Monday, March 5. The class is always looking to report on upcoming local events and topics of interest. Please email
The Boundary Bullet
(click on name to read)
2018/2019 PROPOSED CALENDAR
BCSS Newsletter (Contact)
Fair Warning, for violent threats
(please click here to read)
What you need to know to keep your kids safe...
Minsitry of Health newsletter
Please "Like" us on Facebook under Boundary Central Secondary
School Growth Plan 2016 - 2019
BCSS CODE OF CONDUCT
Grade 8 Supply List
Grade 8 Pamphlet
Any parent wanting to receive our newsletter via e-mail can subscribe as per the following: Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and put the word SUBCRIBE in the subject line. New subscribers wil receive a confirmation e-mail. You will need to respond to the confirmation. If you have any questions please call BCSS at 250-449-2224.
Sports Fees - Because of the high cost of transportation, tournment fees and accommodations when teams travel, each student at BCSS is being asked to support their team by payment of a $50.00 fee per student per sport. More information will be coming home from your son or daughter's coach.
School fees can be paid anytime. All students pay $10.00. Once this is paid they will receive an ID picture card.
For information on Scholarships, Bursaries, Educational resources, Educational and Employment opportunities, please feel welcome to visit the Aboriginal Education Resource Room and browse the bulletin boards in the BCSS Library.
Transcripts for applying to Post-Secondary Institutions
All Grads who are planning to go to a post-secondary institution need to fill out a PSI form on the Ministry of Education website. The following are instructions for ordering transcripts to be sent to your choice of post-secondary institution(s):
1. go to the Provincial Education website www.bced.gov.bc.ca/exams
2. click on the "Student Secure web" icon, then "Enter"
3. create an account **you must know your PEN number!!**
4. click on "PSI forms" and follow the directions
Filling out this online form will ensure your high school transcripts are sent to your specified
post-secondary institution(s)...otherwise they will not be sent out.