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Summer Learning 2021
 
Please see below for the summer programming that School District 43 will offer this year. 

The school district has carefully considered how to offer a limited program that aligns with health guidelines but also the educational needs of students most in need of summer programming.  Our secondary hybrid Fast Track courses this summer will include some face-to-face class time in addition to online learning.  High school students will be able to earn full credit courses in a six week time period.
High school students needing a course completion opportunity will also be able to experience a blend of in-person and online instruction.


 
Image of a student in Summer Learning Coquitlam Elementary Course.

Elementary Program

  • Elementary Skill Building is Cancelled for 2021
Image of students in a Summer Learning Coquitlam Middle Course

Middle Program

Middle Skill Building is Cancelled for 2021

2021 Classes Grades 1-12

Programs

 
Program Program Details Schedule Locations
Elementary, Middle, and Secondary Skill Building Program cancelled for 2021 n/a n/a
Secondary Academic Completion ("Remedial") Secondary Academic Completion courses (formerly known as "Remedial") are for Grade 9 and 10 students who were unsuccessful (40-49%) during the school year and are being given the opportunity to receive credit (passing grade) for the course by attending Summer Learning.

This will be a hybrid program.  Students must attend in-person for a Face-to-Face class once a week, and will attend online scheduled classes the other days.  Students must attend all Face-to-Face classes.
Referrals are now being accepted. Click here for Referral form.

View our Secondary Poster
 
July 13-30, 2021  8:30-11:30AM & 12:00-3:00PM Gleneagle Secondary
Advanced Credit (High Credit Credit) Program cancelled n/a n/a
Fast Track (Online Blended)

List of Fast Track courses
 
 
This will be a hybrid program.  Students will learn online, including two online class sessions per week.   Students must also attend an in-person class on-site one day per week.  Students must attend all Face-to-Face classes.
Registration is open to all school aged students, whether or not enrolled in SD43 schools.  Adult students are also welcome to register.

Students must attend in-person classes weekly throughout the program. 

Students can only register in a maximum of two courses i.e., one morning and one afternoon course.
 
If you are interested in online-only courses please visit Coquitlam Open Learning.
 
View our Secondary Poster

 
July 6 to August 11, 2021

Morning (8:00 - 11:30am) and Afternoon (12:00 - 3:30pm)
courses available.

Registration opens today, Wed. May 12 at 6:00 AM.  

We do not keep wait lists for any courses. 

See Registration page for details
Gleneagle Secondary
 
       

Announcements

Please check back here frequently for updates and info about Summer Learning 2021!  
 
June 7/21:  As of today we have added two more spaces in every Fast Track class.  Register as soon as possible if you would like one of them.  
Register today to avoid disappointment!
 
For best results when registering, Coquitlam Continuing Education encourages users to use Google Chrome, Firefox or Microsoft Edge to browse this website.  For security reasons, use of Microsoft Internet Explorer is discouraged.
 

Students not enrolled in SD43 schools:  Students enrolled in Independent or Private schools will also be permitted to register this summer for Fast Track courses beginning May 12 at 6:00 am.  Click here for registration information.   

 
International Students:  International students are not permitted to register for Summer Learning courses.
Internation students currently in Grade 8-12 should visit the International Education Summer Program website for information. 
 
 
Adult Students:  Adult students (i.e., will be 19 years or older as of July 1, 2021) will be permitted to register this summer for Fast Track courses.  Click here for registration information.   
 
Environmental Science 11 (SOYL Program at Millside Centre):  Do you want to get school credits while working in our forest and farm, earning money and making new friends?
School credit + summer camp + good food + $600 stipend = success!
This will be a face-to-face course experience.
Please click here for info
 
Volunteers:  Summer Learning has volunteer opportunities for adults and secondary students. 
Secondary Students:  Please submit an application by clicking here
Adults:  Please inquire at summerlearninginfo@sd43.bc.ca for application forms and details.
 


Summer Learning is a proud fundraising sponsor of Tri-Cities Kidsport BC .  Kidsport provides financial assistance for registration fees and equipment to kids aged 18 and under.

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