Since September 2012, all high school students in Nova Scotia have been able to earn personal development credits and have these count as one of the five elective credits they need to graduate. Students can earn personal development credits in three areas: arts, languages, and leadership. 

The NSRMTA has been approved as a course provider in music and the following apply:

  • Royal Conservatory of Music (RCM) Grade 6 with Intermediate Rudiments (now called Level 6 instrument/voice and level 6 Theory) is a Grade 10 high school credit.
  • RCM Grade 7 with Advanced Rudiments (now called Level 7 instrument/voice and level 7 Theory) is a Grade 11 high school credit.
  • RCM Grade 8 with Advanced Rudiments (now called Level 8 instrument/voice and Level 8 Theory) is a Grade 12 high school credit.

For more information please visit http://pdc.ednet.ns.ca

High School Credits - Dept. of Education (word file) - download here