Information for 2021 Summer School will be available at the end of April, 2021

Summer School

The Secondary Summer School Credit Program provides students the opportunity to complete additional high school credits during month of July.  Courses are offered for students currently in grades 9 to 12 or for Adult Learners who are working towards their High School Diploma. Note: We do not offer General Interest courses.

Students currently in Elementary School can find course information here.  This includes current Grade 8 students who wish to register for Reach-Ahead high school credit courses (NAC1O1 and GLD2O1.)

About Summer School

Registration and Information on Summer School 2021 courses will be posted at the end of April 2021.

All courses will be offered in-class at select locations throughout the Halton Region, as well as online, running for the month of July, Monday to Friday.

Please note that In-class courses may be changed to Virtual, Online learning pending Covid-19 developments. 

 

Students will be required to complete daily assignments and tasks.

Online courses  will also provide opportunities for synchronous learning for their students through scheduled, live, online interactions with students, individually, or in groups, as well as asynchronous, self-directed learning.

 

Full Summer School Information  for  2021 info will be available in May 2021

2020 Full Summer School Information

Registration and Information on Summer School 2021 courses will be posted in April 2021.

The Registration Process

Select one of the following:

Registration will open at the end of April, pending Covid-19 developments. 

 

Students currently enrolled a Secondary School in the Halton region must register for Summer School through their MyBlueprint account. Select the ‘Continuing Education’ menu to see Summer School course offerings.

Please see your guidance office for more information.

Registration will open at the end of April, pending Covid-19 developments. 

Current Non-HDSB high school students

  • Students who are currently in a non-HDSB high school must download and complete the registration form
  • The student’s home school Guidance/Student Services department must then review the form for accuracy and correct course selection, indicate forms of Proof of Identity on file, and sign the form.
  • A copy of your High School Transcripts must be attached to the registration form.
  • Email all completed forms and transcript to summerschool@hdsb.ca

Very Important:

Forms will not be accepted if incomplete or if Proof of Identity is not verified by the home school’s Guidance counselor.

Registration will open at the end of April, pending Covid-19 developments. 

Must complete the following 3 steps:

 

Very Important:

Forms will not be accepted if incomplete or if incorrect Proof of Identity is received. Drivers license/Health Card will not be accepted.

Please complete the following form to drop/change a course.

  • Completed forms must be received by Gary Allan Learning Centres (summerschool@hdsb.ca) 1 day before the last day of the course to prevent the mark appearing on your official transcript.
  • Drop forms received after this date will result in a failing mark on the students official records.

Download the Drop/Change Form