An awards presentation will be held on the last day of school. The following awards will be given:
- Academic Awards
- Governor-General Award - highest average in subjects that are taken for credit in Grades 11 and 12
- Athletic Awards - top male and female athletes
- Scripture Memory - all memory work done
- Scripture Mastery - all memory work recited again in June
- Huber Memorial Award - voted on by staff and students
- Subject Awards
COURSE OFFERINGS - Grade 7-8 core subjects are offered on a full year basis. Grades 10-12 core subjects are offered on a semester basis as well as some electives for Grades 10/11/12.
Physics 20 and 30 are offered on alternate years with Chemistry 20 and 30, as well as Math 20-1/30-1 and Math 20-2/Math 30-2.
A deadline is set at the beginning of each semester after which courses may not be added or dropped. This date allows at least a full week of classes before the deadline.
The OKCS graduation requirements reflect the minimum requirements from Alberta Education for an Alberta High School Diploma. In order to earn an Alberta High School Diploma through OKCS, a student must successfully complete 100 credits of the following courses and levels:
- English 10, 20, 30 (5 credits each)
- Social Studies 10, 20, 30 (5 credits each)
- Math 10, 20 (5 credits each)
- Science 10 or 14 (5 credits)
- Biology 20 or Chemistry 20 or Physics 20 (5)
- Physical Education 10 (3)
- Career and Life Management (3)
- 10 credits from CTS, Fine Arts or Second Languages 10
10 credits in Grade 12 subjects in addition to English 30 and Social Studies 30
HONOUR ROLL - Students in grades 7-9 who attain a yearly average of 85% in the academic subjects, with no mark below 80%; students in grades 10-12 who attain a yearly average of 80%, in the academic subjects, with no mark below 75%, are placed on the Honour Roll.
JUNIOR HIGH OPTIONS - Junior High Options provides students with opportunities to discover and learn about various areas of interest.
PROBATION (ACADEMIC) - A student who has a failing grade or missing assignments in any subject will be placed on academic probation, resulting in removal from extra-curricular activities until the grade has improved and assignments have been turned in. He/she may remain on probation the remainder of the semester.
REPORT CARDS - Physical Report cards are issued twice a school year for Grades K-4. Grades 5-8 receive electronic reports cards twice a year. Grades 9-12 are no longer issued report cards; however, parents are encouraged to review grades in PowerSchool on a regular basis. Parent-teacher interviews will be held in November and March annually.
SCHOLARSHIPS - Several scholarships are available to graduating OKCS students. They include:
- The Huber Memorial Scholarship - $500 accompanying the High School Citizenship Award.
- Rutherford Scholarships - awarded to students enrolled in a post-secondary institution or apprenticeship for each year of high school in which an 75% average was achieved. Application deadline is May 1 of your graduating year.
- OKCS also offers multiple scholarships up to $500. Applications must be received by May 31.
A variety of other scholarships are available. Information may be obtained from the Guidance Counselor.
TEXTBOOKS - All textbooks are provided by OKCS. Proper care should be taken of these books. Should they be damaged beyond what is reasonable, the student will be charged for the damages.