Scroll down to see BAA courses that have been revised and approved by the Langley School Board for use in Langley Schools. If you require a BAA course in Word Format (to customize), please email George Kozlovic at email@example.com
Process for New Board/Authority Authorized Course Proposals:
Seek approval from your school Principal
Principal will contact Director of Instruction for approval to proceed with proposal
Visit the Ministry of Education website to review all of the policies and procedures around Board Authority and First Nations Authorized courses
Read the Ministry BAA Requirements and Procedures Guidebook Ministry BAA Courses Guidebook.pdf
Complete a BAA Course document – BAA Form 219-1
Principal to review BAA Course document
BAA Course document sent to Director of Instruction for review
BAA Course document to Board for approval – see below from District Admin Procedures – AP 219
- All Board/Authority authorized courses must be authorized by the Board.
- Proposals for courses, not intended for graduation credit, shall be submitted on the District’s Proposal: Locally Developed/Non-Ministry Course form (Form 219-1). Those courses at the grade 10 – 12 level intended to be used for graduation credit shall be submitted on the Board/Authority Authorized Courses Course Description
- Course program submissions will describe:
- The procedures utilized in creating the submission, including teacher involvement.
- The educational rationale for such a course, including the need for a Board/Authority authorized (BA/A) designation.
- The course content; the procedures for selection of learning resources, which must comply with this administrative procedure; the anticipated methodology to be utilized; the student evaluation criteria; and the link, if any, to other school or District programs.
- The anticipated budget equipment and facility requirements, including a listing of proposed course fees and the anticipated amount and type of travel, and
- The impact of the course or program on existing courses or programs; on the school’s operating, learning resources and equipment budgets, and on the school’s facilities.
Grade 10 Courses
Grade 11 Courses
Grade 12 Courses