An adult high school diploma is the British Columbia Adult Graduation Diploma ( BCAGD), also known as the “Adult Dogwood.” It is for adult learners (18 years of .
To complete the Adult Graduation Program, students (18 or older) must earn at least 20 counted from the BC School System and/or the College ABE Program.
Adults who have not graduated (non-graduated adults) may take courses leading to the British Columbia Certificate of Graduation (the Dogwood) or leading to.
Adults who did not graduate from high school can complete high school with the BC Adult Graduation Diploma (Adult Dogwood). Adult Basic Education (ABE).