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Attending School at New Beginnings

Attending School at New Beginnings

New Beginnings is a part of the Bakerview Centre for Learning, which is attached to the Abbotsford School District.

Whether a student has graduated or not, courses do not have a fee. New Beginnings’ students have the opportunity to choose several options for completion of their grade 12 education.

A student who has graduated can take courses to upgrade for a post-secondary education. Our classroom consists of one full-time teacher and one educational assistant.

Dogwood Diploma

Students have the opportunity to complete a full course selection at New Beginnings. Included in this is the chance to graduate with a Dogwood Diploma.

Adult Graduation

This secondary school completion program is shorter and oriented for students over 19 years of age. Students will come away with a designated Adult Graduate diploma.

Indigenous Students

New Beginnings has a number of students from different First Nations. We provide an opportunity for Indigenous students to connect with and explore aspects of their Indigenous heritage with a First Nations Support Worker from the Bakerview Centre.

Office Hours

9:00am – 2:00pm Monday – Thursday

Friday 9:00am – 11:15am

Following the school calendar (closed winter/spring breaks and summer)

Address

School Location
32355 Mouat Drive
Abbotsford

Mailing Address
Archway Community Serivces
2420 Montrose Avenue
Abbotsford, BC V2S 3S9

In Partnership With:

In addition to funding from the Province of BC and Abbotsford School District, New Beginnings receives fundss through donations from the Abbotsford Kiwanis Club, Abbotsford Quilters’ Guild and other generous individuals and community groups. 

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