PLEASE BE AWARE that due to the abbreviated, intensive nature of the summer program, assignments and assigned readings form a major component of all our courses. Students should be prepared to spend 5-6 hours per day on their course. Students may select ONE COURSE ONLY to complete during the Summer School session.
Prerequisite Requirements: Prerequisite courses must be completed and passed prior to summer school. Students registered without the required prerequisites will be withdrawn from the course.
Courses being offered during Summer School 2021 are:
- Biology 20, 30
- Chemistry 20, 30
- English 10-1, 20-1, 30-1
- English 10-2, 20-2, 30-2
- Math 10-C, 20-1, 20-2, 30-1, 30-2
- Math 10-3*, 20-3*, 30-3*
- Physics 20, 30
- Science 10, 20, 30
- Science 14, 24
- Social Studies 10-1*, 20-1*, 30-1
- Social Studies 10-2*, 20-2, 30-2
- CALM 20* (3 Credit Course)
- Forensic Science 25* (3 credit), Forensic Science 35* (3 or 5 credit)
- Aboriginal Studies 10*, 20*, 30*
- 21 st Century Learning*-6 credits of CTS (INF 1030, INF 1060, INF 1070, INF1910, COM 1910, COM 1255) Student receives a chromebook on completion of course
- Workplace Safety Bundle*-3 credits of CTS at 30 Level (HCS 3000, HCS 3010, AGR 3000)
- Personal Psychology 20, General Psychology 20 and Abnormal Psychology 35 - each 3 credit (Personal and General pre-rec for Abnormal)
*These courses do not require materials*
**Remember only ONE COURSE can be completed during Summer School**
What does learning look like in Summer School 2021
- Method of Delivery for CORE SUBJECTS will be determined by School Administration by June 1 based on enrollment, resources and student preference. Core courses will either be delivered through an attendance In person classroom or through an Online Virtual platform.
- All Option Courses will be delivered Virtually Online but mandatory daily expectations MUST be met.
A teacher specialized in the subject is accessible during school hours to assist the student and facilitate the course curriculum. The teacher will have expectations for all students in regards to assignment completion and deadlines will be in place.
Due to the abbreviated, intensive nature of the summer program, homework assignments and assigned readings form a major component of all our courses. Students should be prepared to spend 5-6 hours per day on course work.
Students must meet daily teacher/course expectations, this is mandatory (ie. daily in person attendance or Google meet, Zoom). Students must follow the assignment turn in schedule set out by their teacher.