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Secondary Summer Programming

April 15, 2019

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The 2019 Secondary Summer School program will consist of eLearning courses, regular and specialized Cooperative Education, and a Dual Credit program in the west.  Students must meet with their home school guidance counsellors to register for any program listed below. 

eLearning:  July 2 – 29, 2019

Online learning:  4 week program for new credit courses will be delivered through online learning.  The list of online course offerings will be available on the board website; it is anticipated that the following courses will be offered:

  • Careers/Civics in English and French
  • Senior English:  ENG 3U, 4C and 4U and OLC4O
  • Mathematics: MCR3U, MHF4U

Students must be residing in the province of Ontario during the month of July.  All senior college and university level eLearning courses will include a proctored final exam held on July 29st. Students and Parents/Guardians please review the Registration Package:

Summer Jobs for Youth Co-op:  July 2– July 29, 2019

Specialized co-op program:  4 week paid co-op program (one credit) for students who meet the eligibility criteria as determined by the Employment Ontario Service Provider.

Co-op:  July 2 – August 16, 2019

Regular co-op program:  4 week co-op program (one credit) will be offered in the west with an option to complete a two credit if placement hours are sufficient.  Students are encouraged to arrange their own placements prior to the start of summer school.  The following handouts are given to the students at the time of registration: 

Dual Credit: July 2 – July 12, 2019

Students take one of six dual credit courses offered; classes run full days 9:00am-3:00pm over the 9 days.  This program operates at Loyalist College in Belleville.

All registration must be done through school guidance departments. For any inquiries during the month of July, please contact Jennifer Wilson at (613)-544-3361 ext. 233 or

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