High school information

High school transcripts and grades   Concurrent Studies
Provincial exams for grade 12 courses   Out-of-province equivalents to BC
Interim high school grades   Equivalents to high school graduation from other countries

High school grades and transcripts

Official high school transcript guidelines

High school transcripts are recommended for all applicants and are required if you are under 19 or entering a program that requires grade 12 graduation.

To be considered official, high school transcripts must:

  • have the seal/stamp of the school
  • scanned and emailed or faxed directly from the school, providing the fax or email account is institutional
  • be eligible to be verified online (e.g. WAEC or CBSE)

International students

Official high school transcripts are required for all programs. Send them to the Office of the Registrar as supporting application documentation. If you are currently attending high school we require an interim transcript (see guidelines above), showing the courses you are currently taking and final marks for previous years. A final official transcript and proof of graduation will be required when the school year is complete. Notarized documents are not acceptable.

BC grade 12 students

If you are graduating from a BC secondary school this year, you can have your final secondary school grades sent directly to UFV!

This option is only available in online format. To access the "Post-Secondary Selection Form" to tell the Ministry of Education that you'd like to have your grades sent to UFV:

  • log in at https://www.bced.gov.bc.ca/exams/tsw/tsw/student/
  • you should see "Welcome to the Student Secure Web". Click ENTER
  • you will be prompted to log in or create a new account if you don't already have one. Follow the instructions carefully to submit your choice of Post-Secondary Institutions.

Pre-1974 BC grade 12 graduates

If you graduated in BC prior to 1974, you can contact the high school you attended for a transcript. BC high school graduates from any year can also contact the BC Ministry of Education for transcripts: 

     Ministry of Education — Transcripts
     PO Box 9886 STN PROV GOVT
     Victoria BC V8W 9T6
     Phone: 250-356-7270
     Fax: 250-356-0171

Visit www.bced.gov.bc.ca/transcript/ to download a copy of the order form.

Out-of-province/country secondary school students

If you graduated from a high school in another province or country, you should contact the Ministry or Department of Education in that province or country. In some areas, you will have to contact the high school directly.


Provincial examinations for grade 12 courses

UFV does not require provincial examinations. If you have written an optional grade 12 provincial exam, the higher of the school mark or the blended grade (school mark and provincial exam result combined) will be used for admission or course prerequisites.

You must write provincial examinations when they are mandatory to meet BC high school graduation requirements, however, the higher of the school mark or the blended grade will be used for admission or course prerequisites at UFV.

More information and List of approved grade 12 courses (formerly provincially examinable Grade 12 courses)...


Interim high school grades

Admissions does not currently require interim grades to determine admissibility to most programs. If interim grades are required for the program you applied to, you will be contacted and required to submit them. BC grade 12 students: submit your PSI request through the Ministry of Education website or talk to your high school counsellor.



Concurrent studies

Full, detailed information about Concurrent Studies is available in the online calendar. View more information on concurrent studies here.

Secondary school students may take courses at UFV while still working toward secondary school graduation, under the following guidelines:

  1. The student is attending a secondary school.
  2. The student is deemed to have strong academic ability or may benefit substantially by taking the university course.
  3. The student's parent or legal guardian provides written support, and the student's counsellor or principal provides a letter of recommendation.
  4. The student submits the following at least one month before the start of classes (earlier is recommended): Online Application for Admission with the required application fee; Request for Concurrent Studies (pdf); A recent high school transcript, including interim grades for the current term; A letter from the student's parent or guardian and the high school principal or counsellor; The student must indicate the specific course(s) and sections desired. Alternate choices are recommended. Documents can be emailed to admissions@ufv.ca or submitted in person at any campus.
  5. The student may request a maximum of two courses per semester, under normal circumstances. This limit may be increased in special circumstances, with approval of the appropriate dean. 
  6. The student is expected to meet course prerequisites, if any.

Requests are subject to the approval of the instructor and the department head, and the availability of a seat at the time the student registers.

Once the application is received and approved, the Office of the Registrar will:

  1. Ensure the request is sent to the course instructor(s) and program/department head.
  2. Advise the applicant of acceptance/non-acceptance and registration procedures.
  3. Concurrent studies students who have applied before registration times have been scheduled will register at the end of the regular registration period (later applicants will be scheduled with late applicants according to the date of application). 


Out-of-province equivalents to BC

Please note, all grades will be converted to the BC high school grading scale:

A 86-100%
B 73-85%
C+ 67-72%
C 60-66%
C- 50-59%
F 0-49%

 

Alberta Saskatchewan Manitoba
Ontario Quebec New Brunswick
Nova Scotia Prince Edward Island Newfoundland/Labrador
Northwest Territories Nunavut  

Alberta/Northwest Territories/Nunavut high school equivalencies

BC high school graduation = Alberta secondary school (grade 12) graduation

SubjectBCAlberta/NWT/Nunavut
English    
Communications 12 COM12 English 30-2
English 10 EN10 English 10-1
English 11 EN11 English 20-1
English 12 EN12 English 30-1
Math    
Applications of Mathematics 11 AMA11 Mathematics 23
Applications of Mathematics 12 AMA12 Mathematics 33
Apprentice/Workplace Math 10 AMW10 Math 10-3
Apprentice/Workplace Math 11 AMW11 Math 20-3
Apprentice/Workplace Math 12 AMA12 Math 30-3
Foundations Math/Pre-Calc 10 FMP10 Math 10C
Foundations of Mathematics 11 FOM11 Math 20-2
Foundations of Mathematics 12 FOM12 Math 30-2
Principles of Mathematics 11 MA11 Pure Math 20
Princples of Mathematics 12 MA12 Pure Math 30
Pre-Calculus 11 PREC11 Math 20-1
Pre-Calculus 12 PREC12 Math 30-1
Calculus 12 CALC12 Math 31
Sciences    
Biology 11 BI11 Biology 20
Biology 12 BI12 Biology 30
Chemistry 11 CH11 Chemistry 20
Chemistry 12 CH12 Chemistry 30
Physics 11 PH11 Physics 20
Physics 12 PH12 Physics 30
Earth Science 11 ESC11 Science 30
Physical Education    
Physical Education 11 PE11 Physical Education 20
Physical Education 12 PE12 Physical Education 30
Approved grade 12 courses    
Comparative Civilizations 12 CCN12 n/a
Economics 12 EC12

Microeconomics 30 or
Macroeconomics 30 

First Nations Studies 12 FNS12  Aboriginal Studies 30
French 12 FR12   French Language Arts 30-1
German 12 GE12  German Language Arts 30
Geography 12 GEO12  World Geography 30
Geology 12 GEOL12  n/a
History 12 HI12  Social Studies 30-1
Japanese 12 JA12  Japanese 30
Law 12 LAW12   n/a
Mandarin Chinese 12 MAN12  Chinese Language Arts 30
Punjabi 12 PUN12  Punjabi 30
Spanish 12 SP12  Spanish Language Arts 30
Social Justice 12 SJ12  n/a
Sustainable Resources 12 SR12  n/a

   

Manitoba high school equivalencies

BC high school graduation = Manitoba secondary school (grade 12) graduation

SubjectBCManitoba
English    
Communications 12 COM12 English Language Arts: Language and Technical Communication 40S
English 10 EN10 English Language Arts 20F
English 11 EN11 English Language Arts: Comprehensive Focus 30S, or
English Language Arts: Literary Focus 30S, or
English Language Arts: Transactional Focus 30S

English 12 EN12

English Language Arts: Comprehensive Focus 40S, or
English Language Arts: Transactional Focus 40S

English Literature 12 LIT12 English Language Arts: Literary Focus 40S
Math    
Apprentice/Workplace Math 10 AMW10 Essential Mathematics 20S
Apprentice/Workplace Math 11 AMW11 Essential Mathematics 30S
Apprentice/Workplace Math 12 AMA12 Essential Mathematics 40S
Foundations Math/Pre-Calc 10 FMP10 Intro to Applied & Pre Calc Math 20S
Foundations of Mathematics 11 FOM11 Applied Math 30S
Foundations of Mathematics 12 FOM12 Applied Math 40S
Pre-Calculus 11 PREC11 Pre-Calculus 30S
Pre-Calculus 12 PREC12 Pre-Calculus 40S
Calculus 12 CALC12 n/a
Sciences    
Biology 11 BI11 Biology 30S
Biology 12 BI12 Biology 40S
Chemistry 11 CH11 Chemistry 30S
Chemistry 12 CH12 Chemistry 40S
Physics 11 PH11 Physics 30S
Physics 12 PH12 Physics 40S
Physical Education    
Physical Education 11 PE11 Physical Education 30F
Physical Education 12 PE12 Physical Education 40F
Approved grade 12 courses    
Comparative Civilizations 12 CCN12 n/a
Economics 12 EC12

Economics 40S

First Nations Studies 12 FNS12 n/a
French 12 FR12  French 40S
German 12 GE12 German 40S
Geography 12 GEO12  Geography: World Human 40S
Geology 12 GEOL12  n/a
History 12 HI12  History Western Civilization 40S
Japanese 12 JA12  Japanese 40S
Law 12 LAW12  Law 40S
Mandarin Chinese 12 MAN12  Chinese Mandarin 40S
Punjabi 12 PUN12 n/a
Spanish 12 SP12  Spanish 40S
Social Justice 12 SJ12  n/a
Sustainable Resources 12 SR12  n/a

New Brunswick high school equivalencies

BC high school graduation = New Brunswick secondary school (grade 12) graduation

SubjectBCNew Brunswick
English    
Communications 12 COM12 n/a
English 10 EN10 n/a
English 11 EN11 English 112
English 12 EN12 English 122
English Literature 12 LIT12 English 123
English 12 First Peoples EFP12 n/a
Math    
Apprentice/Workplace Math 10 AMW10 Geometry, Measurement and Finance 10 and Numbers, Relations & Functions 100
Apprentice/Workplace Math 11 AMW11 Financial and Workplace Math 110
Apprentice/Workplace Math 12 AMA12 Financial and Workplace Math 120
Foundations Math/Pre-Calc 10 FMP10 Geometry, Measurement and Finance 10 and Numbers, Relations & Functions 10
Foundations of Mathematics 11 FOM11 Foundation Math 110
Foundations of Mathematics 12 FOM12 Foundation Math 120
Pre-Calculus 11 PREC11 Pre-Calculus 110
Pre-Calculus 12 PREC12 Pre-Calculus 120 A & B
Calculus 12 CALC12 Calculus 120
Sciences    
Biology 11 BI11 Biology 111-112
Biology 12 BI12 Biology 121-122
Chemistry 11 CH11 Chemistry 111-112
Chemistry 12 CH12 Chemistry 121-122
Physics 11 PH11 Physics 111-112
Physics 12 PH12 Physics 121-122
Physical Education    
Physical Education 11 PE11 n/a
Physical Education 12 PE12 n/a
Approved grade 12 courses    
Comparative Civilizations 12 CCN12 World issues 120
Economics 12 EC12

Economics 120

First Nations Studies 12 FNS12 Native Studies 120
French 12 FR12  n/a
German 12 GE12 n/a
Geography 12 GEO12 Physical Geography 110 or
Canadian Geography 120
Geology 12 GEOL12  n/a
History 12 HI12 Canadian History 122
Japanese 12 JA12 n/a
Law 12 LAW12  Law 120
Mandarin Chinese 12 MAN12 n/a
Punjabi 12 PUN12 n/a
Spanish 12 SP12 n/a
Social Justice 12 SJ12 Political Science 120
Sustainable Resources 12 SR12 Environmental Science 120

   

Newfoundland/Labrador high school equivalencies

BC high school graduation = Newfoundland/Labrador secondary school (grade 12) graduation

SubjectBCNewfoundland/Labrador
English    
Communications 12 COM12 n/a
English 10 EN10 English 1201
English 11 EN11 English 2201
English 12 EN12 English 3201
English Literature 12 LIT12 World Literature 3207
English 12 First Peoples EFP12 n/a
Math    
Apprentice/Workplace Math 10 AMW10 Math 1202
Apprentice/Workplace Math 11 AMW11 Math 2202
Apprentice/Workplace Math 12 AMA12 Math 3202
Foundations Math/Pre-Calc 10 FMP10 Math 1201
Foundations of Mathematics 11 FOM11 Math 2201
Foundations of Mathematics 12 FOM12 Math 3201
Pre-Calculus 11 PREC11 Math 2200
Pre-Calculus 12 PREC12 Math 3200
Calculus 12 CALC12 Math 3208
Sciences    
Biology 11 BI11 Biology 2201
Biology 12 BI12 Biology 3201
Chemistry 11 CH11 Chemistry 2202
Chemistry 12 CH12 Chemistry 3202
Physics 11 PH11 Physics 2204
Physics 12 PH12 Physics 3204
Physical Education    
Physical Education 11 PE11 Physical Education 2100 or 2101
Physical Education 12 PE12 Physical Education 3100 or 3101
Approved grade 12 courses    
Comparative Civilizations 12 CCN12 n/a
Economics 12 EC12

n/a

First Nations Studies 12 FNS12 n/a
French 12 FR12  French 3200 or 3201
German 12 GE12 n/a
Geography 12 GEO12 World Geography 3202 or 3208
Geology 12 GEOL12  n/a
History 12 HI12 World History 3201
Japanese 12 JA12 n/a
Law 12 LAW12  n/a
Mandarin Chinese 12 MAN12 n/a
Punjabi 12 PUN12 n/a
Spanish 12 SP12 n/a
Social Justice 12 SJ12 n/a
Sustainable Resources 12 SR12 n/a

   

Nova Scotia high school equivalencies

BC high school graduation = Nova Scotia secondary school (grade 12) graduation

SubjectBCNova Scotia
English    
Communications 12 COM12 English Communications 12
English 10 EN10 n/a
English 11 EN11 English 11 or
Advanced English 11
English 12 EN12 English 12
English Literature 12 LIT12 Advanced English 12
English 12 First Peoples EFP12 n/a
Math    
Apprentice/Workplace Math 10 AMW10 Math at Work 10
Apprentice/Workplace Math 11 AMW11 Math at Work 11
Apprentice/Workplace Math 12 AMA12 Math at Work 12
Foundations Math/Pre-Calc 10 FMP10 Math 10
Foundations of Mathematics 11 FOM11 Math 11
Foundations of Mathematics 12 FOM12 Math 12
Pre-Calculus 11 PREC11 Pre-Calculus 11
Pre-Calculus 12 PREC12 Pre-Calculus 12
Calculus 12 CALC12 n/a
Sciences    
Biology 11 BI11 Biology 11 or 
Advanced Biology 11
Biology 12 BI12 Biology 12 or 
Advanced Biology 12
Chemistry 11 CH11 Chemistry 11 or
Advanced Chemistry 11
Chemistry 12 CH12 Chemistry 12 or
Advanced Chemistry 12
Physics 11 PH11 Physics 11 or
Advanced Physics 11
Physics 12 PH12 Physics 12 or
Advanced Physics 12
Physical Education    
Physical Education 11 PE11 Physical Education 11
Physical Education 12 PE12 Physical Education 12
Approved grade 12 courses    
Comparative Civilizations 12 CCN12 Sociology 12
Economics 12 EC12

n/a

First Nations Studies 12 FNS12 n/a
French 12 FR12  French 12, FRAL 12
German 12 GE12 n/a
Geography 12 GEO12 Global Geography 12
Geology 12 GEOL12 Geology 12
History 12 HI12 Global History 12
Japanese 12 JA12 n/a
Law 12 LAW12  Law 12
Mandarin Chinese 12 MAN12 n/a
Punjabi 12 PUN12 n/a
Spanish 12 SP12 n/a
Social Justice 12 SJ12 Political Science 12
Sustainable Resources 12 SR12 n/a

   

Prince Edward Island high school equivalencies

BC high school graduation = Prince Edward Island secondary school (grade 12) graduation

SubjectBCPrince Edward Island
English    
Communications 12 COM12 English 631 A
English 10 EN10 n/a
English 11 EN11 English 521A
English 12 EN12 English 621A
English Literature 12 LIT12 Advanced English 611
English 12 First Peoples EFP12 n/a
Math    
Apprentice/Workplace Math 10 AMW10 Math 431A Apprentice and
Workplace Math 10
Apprentice/Workplace Math 11 AMW11 Math 531A Apprentice and
Workplace Math 11
Apprentice/Workplace Math 12 AMA12 Math 631A Apprentice and Workplace Math 12
Foundations Math/Pre-Calc 10 FMP10 Math 421A - Foundations of Math & Prec-Calculus 10
Foundations of Mathematics 11 FOM11 Math 521A -Foundations of Math 11
Foundations of Mathematics 12 FOM12 Math 621A -Foundations of Math 12
Pre-Calculus 11 PREC11 Math 521B Pre-Calculus Math 11
Pre-Calculus 12 PREC12 Math 621B Pre=Calculus Math 12
Calculus 12 CALC12 n/a
Sciences    
Biology 11 BI11 Biology 521A
Biology 12 BI12 Biology 621A
Chemistry 11 CH11 Chemistry 521A or
Advanced Chemistry 511A
Chemistry 12 CH12 Chemistry 621A or
Advanced Chemistry 611A
Physics 11 PH11 Physics 521A
Physics 12 PH12 Physics 621A
Physical Education    
Physical Education 11 PE11 n/a
Physical Education 12 PE12 Leadership 621A
Approved grade 12 courses    
Comparative Civilizations 12 CCN12 n/a
Economics 12 EC12

Economics 621A

First Nations Studies 12 FNS12 n/a
French 12 FR12  French 621A or 621F
German 12 GE12 n/a
Geography 12 GEO12 Geography 621A & 631A
Geology 12 GEOL12 n/a
History 12 HI12 History 621A or 621B
Japanese 12 JA12 n/a
Law 12 LAW12  n/a
Mandarin Chinese 12 MAN12 n/a
Punjabi 12 PUN12 n/a
Spanish 12 SP12 n/a
Social Justice 12 SJ12 n/a
Sustainable Resources 12 SR12 Environmental Science 621A

   

Ontario high school equivalencies

BC high school graduation = Ontario secondary school (grade 12) graduation

SubjectBCOntario
English    
Communications 12 COM12 English ENG4E
English 10 EN10 English ENG2D
English 11 EN11 English ENG3U or
English ENG3C
English 12 EN12 English ENG4U
English Literature 12 LIT12 English ENG4C
English 12 First Peoples EFP12 n/a
Math    
Apprentice/Workplace Math 10 AMW10 Foundations of Math MFM2P
Apprentice/Workplace Math 11 AMW11 Foundations for College Math MBF3C
Apprentice/Workplace Math 12 AMA12 Foundations for College Math MAP4C
Foundations Math/Pre-Calc 10 FMP10 Principles of Math MPM2D
Foundations of Mathematics 11 FOM11 Functions and Applications MCF3M
Foundations of Mathematics 12 FOM12 Math for College Technology MCT4C/ Data Management MDM4U
Pre-Calculus 11 PREC11 Functions MCR3U
Pre-Calculus 12 PREC12 Advanced Functions MHF4U
Calculus 12 CALC12 Calculus & Vectors MCV4U
Sciences    
Biology 11 BI11 Biology SBI3U
Biology 12 BI12 Biology SBI4U
Chemistry 11 CH11 Chemistry SCH3U
Chemistry 12 CH12 Chemistry SCH4U
Physics 11 PH11 Physics SPH3U
Physics 12 PH12 Physics SPH4U
Earth Science 11 ESC11 Earth & Space Science SES4U
Physical Education    
Physical Education 11 PE11 Healthy Active Living Education PPL3O or
Health for Life PPZ3O
Physical Education 12 PE12 Exercise Science  PSE4U or
Recreation and Fitness Leadership PLF4C or
Healthy Active Living Education PPL3O

Approved grade 12 courses    
Comparative Civilizations 12 CCN12 Challenge & Change in Society HSB4M
Economics 12 EC12

Analysing Current Econ Issues C1A4U

First Nations Studies 12 FNS12 Aborg Governance NDG4M  or NDW4M Issues of Indigenous
French 12 FR12  French FSF4U
German 12 GE12 German LWGCU
Geography 12 GEO12 CGW4U - World Issues or CGU4M Current Economic Issues
Geology 12 GEOL12 n/a
History 12 HI12 (Canada History) CH14U or  (World History) CHY4U
Japanese 12 JA12 Japanese LKJCU or LKICU
Law 12 LAW12  Canadian & International Law CLN4U
Mandarin Chinese 12 MAN12 Mandarin LKMCU or LKACU
Punjabi 12 PUN12 Punjabi LIPCU or LIQCU
Spanish 12 SP12 Spanish LWSCU
Social Justice 12 SJ12 n/a
Sustainable Resources 12 SR12 Environmental Resource Management CGR4M

   

Saskatchewan high school equivalencies

BC high school graduation = Saskatchewan secondary school (grade 12) graduation

SubjectBCSaskatchewan
English    
Communications 12 COM12 Communications 20
English 10 EN10

English Language Arts A10 and 
English Language Arts B10

English 11 EN11 English Language Arts 20
English 12 EN12 English Language Arts A30 and 
English Language Arts B30
English Literature 12 LIT12 Literature 30 + Composition 30 combined
English 12 First Peoples EFP12 n/a
Math    
Apprentice/Workplace Math 10 AMW10 Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 10
Apprentice/Workplace Math 11 AMW11 Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 20
Apprentice/Workplace Math 12 AMA12 Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 30
Foundations Math/Pre-Calc 10 FMP10 Foundations of Math and Pre-Calculus 10
Foundations of Mathematics 11 FOM11 Foundations of Math 20
Foundations of Mathematics 12 FOM12 Foundations of Math 30
Pre-Calculus 11 PREC11 Pre-Calculus 20
Pre-Calculus 12 PREC12 Pre-Calculus 30
Calculus 12 CALC12 Calculus 30
Sciences    
Biology 11 BI11 Biology 20 or Health Science 20
Biology 12 BI12 Biology 30
Chemistry 11 CH11 Chemistry 20 or Physical Science 20
Chemistry 12 CH12 Chemistry 30
Physics 11 PH11 Physics 20 or Physical Science 20
Physics 12 PH12 Physics 30
Physical Education    
Physical Education 11 PE11 Instructional Physical Education 20
Physical Education 12 PE12 Instructional Physical Education 30
Approved grade 12 courses    
Comparative Civilizations 12 CCN12 n/a
Economics 12 EC12

Economics 30

First Nations Studies 12 FNS12 Native Studies 30
French 12 FR12  n/a
German 12 GE12 German 30
Geography 12 GEO12 Geography 30
Geology 12 GEOL12 n/a
History 12 HI12 History 30
Japanese 12 JA12 n/a
Law 12 LAW12  Law 30
Mandarin Chinese 12 MAN12 Mandarin 30
Punjabi 12 PUN12 n/a
Spanish 12 SP12 Spanish 30
Social Justice 12 SJ12 n/a
Sustainable Resources 12 SR12 n/a

Quebec high school equivalencies

BC high school graduation = Quebec high school completion plus one full academic year at CEGEP

SubjectBCQuebec
English    
Communications 12 COM12 N/A
English 10 EN10 N/A
English 11 EN11 English 416 (old) English 406 (new)
English 12 EN12 English 516 (old) English 506 (new)
English Literature 12 LIT12 N/A
English 12 First Peoples EFP12 N/A
Math    
Apprentice/Workplace Math 10 AMW10 N/A
Apprentice/Workplace Math 11 AMW11 N/A
Apprentice/Workplace Math 12 AMA12 N/A
Foundations Math/Pre-Calc 10 FMP10 Math 416 (old) Math 306 (new)
Foundations of Mathematics 11 FOM11 Math 426 (old) Math 404 (new)
Foundations of Mathematics 12 FOM12 Math 526 (old) Math 504 (new)
Pre-Calculus 11 PREC11 Math 436 (old) Math 406 (new)
Pre-Calculus 12 PREC12 Math 536 (old) Math 506 (new)
Calculus 12 CALC12 N/A
Sciences    
Biology 11 & Biology 12 BI11 Biology 534 (old) Biology 506 (new)
Chemistry 11 & Chemistry 12 CH11 Chemistry 534 (old) Chemistry 504 (new)
Physics 11 & Physics 12 PH11 Physics 534 (old) Physics 504 (new)
Physical Education    
Physical Education 11 PE11 N/A
Physical Education 12 PE12 N/A
Approved grade 12 courses    
Comparative Civilizations 12 CCN12 N/A
Economics 12 EC12

N/A

First Nations Studies 12 FNS12 N/A
French 12 FR12  French 586 (old) French 506 (new)
German 12 GE12 N/A
Geography 12 GEO12 N/A
Geology 12 GEOL12 N/A
History 12 HI12 History 594 (old) History 574 (new)
Japanese 12 JA12 N/A
Law 12 LAW12  N/A
Mandarin Chinese 12 MAN12 N/A
Punjabi 12 PUN12 N/A
Spanish 12 SP12 Spanish 554 (old) Spanish 504 (new)
Social Justice 12 SJ12 N/A

   

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