Each year the Simcoe County District School Board (SCDSB) offers a variety of summer programs to students. Summer School provides an opportunity for students to accumulate credits in a flexible environment outside of the regular school year. Students can reach ahead and earn credits before the upcoming school year, retake courses to improve marks or take additional credits for study and work requirements. Register early to ensure that summer school options align with course selection for next year!
Summer School offers students a variety of eLearning courses and teacher instructed, face to face classes. Students are also offered an opportunity to travel and earn credits with our summer EduTravel program.
Registration for Summer School 2019 begins in January. Be sure to register early - many classes fill quickly!
Summer School 2019
Summer school 2019 information will be posted in January. Check back for dates and locations.
Face to face offerings are focused on Grade 11 and 12 mathematics and ESL credit courses only this year. Bussing is offered to students from various locations around SCDSB. Once registered in a face to face class, the student will receive an email to select their closest bus stop using the email provided in the registration.
ELearning offerings include Grade 10 civics and careers as well as Grade 11 and 12 workplace, college and university preparation courses.
The math transfer credit is offered to students who have successfully completed the grade 9 applied math and wish to move to the grade 10 academic level.
Registration for SCDSB students
Current SCDSB secondary students can register through their guidance counsellor beginning in January 2019. Co-op applications must be dropped off in person to the student’s local Learning Centre.
Registration for Non-SCDSB students
Those who are not currently registered at an SCDSB elementary or secondary school are still welcome to attend Summer School. SCDSB Grade 8 students and non-SCDSB students can register with a paper form. These students need to ensure they receive a current school approval signature and submit a completed form to their local Learning Centre.
Adult students not currently registered at a school are also welcome to attend summer classes. Those individuals who want to earn credits to complete their Ontario Secondary School Diploma and/or to prepare for their future academic goals can choose from a variety of Grade 11 and 12 credit courses. Download a paper form, then visit your local Learning Centre with a transcript (available from your last high school) to register for a summer program.