Language Challenge Exams

Are you interested in Challenging a Language that you are already fluent in?



  • French 11 or 12
  • German 11 or 12
    • Important Notice for German Language Challenge Exams:  Due to consistent low enrollment it has been decided that 2017/2018 will be the last year that German 11/12 exams will be offered.
  • Japanese 11 or 12
  • Korean 11 or 12
  • Mandarin 11 or 12
  • Punjabi 11 or 12
  • Spanish 11 or 12


If you would like to complete a Language Challenge Exam, you MUST complete the following:

  1. Download the Language Challenge Exam Application (2017-18) and fill it out completely
    • ​You need to complete pages 9, 10 & 11 online before you print out the application and bring it to me
  2. Attach a cheque for $50 (which will be refunded once you complete the Challenge exam) made out to: Delta School District
    • ​You must also print your full name, school and course you are challenging on the back of the cheque
    • FYI….If you fail to show up to your exam, then your $50 deposit will NOT be refunded
    • Note:  all International Students need to submit a $175.00 as a non-refundable fee for exams
  3. Attach a recent, original photo of you (can be passport type or school photo)
    • ​​ It MUST be an actual picture picture
      • if you do not have an actual physical picture, then go get a Passport photo done and bring one of those
    • It CANNOT be a photocopy of a picture
    • ​​It CANNOT include anybody else in the picture (ie; friends, family, pets)
  4. Submit the COMPLETED Application Package to Ms. Fenn (in Student Services, room C118) no later than Monday, October 23rd
  5. Exam dates are either: January 27th or 28th, 2018 – in DELTA SCHOOL DISTRICT

Some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) are here

For further information, please see the following link:

  NOTE: All universities in Canada accept our Language Challenge exam marks. UBC accepts Challenge credits for pre-requisite and requirements for courses and second-language requirements but does not accept Challenge marks as part of the GPA calculation for admission. It is highly recommended that you check with your intended university for their admissions requirements.

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