They are: Accordion/Organ/Harpsichord, Brass, Guitar, Harp, Pedagogy/Teacher, Percussion, Piano, Speech Arts & Drama, Strings, Theory (co-requisite ARCT level only), Voice, and Woodwinds.
National Gold Medals (for academic year 2019-20) will be awarded to those students who achieved the highest practical mark in the country (with a minimum of 90) and who successfully completed the corequisites for their discipline and level. National Gold Medals will be awarded for Levels 5 to 10 and include Elementary and Intermediate Piano Pedagogy. National Diploma Gold Medals are similar to National Gold Medals but are awarded for Diploma levels only, ie ARCT (including Piano Pedagogy/Teacher’s) and LRCM. National Gold Medals and National Diploma Gold Medals. Note that both these sets of awards will be offered as of the 2019-20 academic year.
West: British Columbia, Yukon
MidWest: Alberta, Northwest Territories, Nunavut
Atlantic: New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, St. Pierre and Miquelon
The academic year is from September 1 to June 30. Exams taken before June 30 will be considered for awards and diplomas for that year. Exams taken after June 30 will be considered for awards and diplomas for the following year.
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