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Summer Learning 2021
 
Planning is underway for an engaging and varied program for 2021!

The school district is carefully considering what format and instructional delivery models will be in place for Summer Learning 2021 courses.  Programming decisions, including instructional formats (e.g., online only, in-person only, hybrid) and course offerings will be made by late April, pending direction from the Ministry of Education and School District 43.   

Please check back here frequently for updates and info about Summer Learning 2021.

The program descriptions and class listings herein are tentative, pending further program decisions.

2021 Classes Grades 1-12

Programs

Program Program Details   Schedule (Tentative, pending Programming decisions) Locations
Elementary Skill Building Summer 2021 program details to be announced   July 13-30, 2021  9:00AM-12:00PM 9 Elementary sites
Middle Skill Building Summer 2021 program details to be announced   July 13-30, 2021  8:45-11:45AM 3 Middle sites
Secondary Skill Building Summer 2021 program details to be announced   July 13-30, 2021  8:30-11:30AM & 12:00-3:00PM Gleneagle & Charles Best
Secondary Academic Completion ("Remedial") Summer 2021 program
Referrals will be accepted starting in early May. 
 
  July 13-30, 2021  8:30-11:30AM & 12:00-3:00PM Charles Best Secondary
Advanced Credit (High Credit Credit) Summer 2021 program details to be announced   July 6 - Aug. 11, 2021  8:00-11:30AM & 12:00-3:30PM Gleneagle & Charles Best
Coquitlam Open Learning
Fast Track (Online Blended)

Summer 2021 program details to be announced

 


 

 

8:30 - 11:30am or 12:00 - 3:00pm

Tuesday/Thursday courses: (July 6 to Aug. 10)


Wednesday/Friday courses: (July 7 to Aug. 11)

Gleneagle & Charles Best


 

       

Announcements

Please check back here frequently for updates and info about Summer Learning 2021!  Program decisions will likely be finalized by late April 2021.
 

Charles Best Secondary:  We are pleased to announce that Charles Best Secondary will be one of the two secondary Summer Learning sites this year.  Centennial will not be available due to construction projects, so our sincere thanks to the Charles Best administration for opening their building to the 2021 summer program.  We operated previous programs at Charles Best over a number of past summers, it's great to be back!

 

Students not enrolled in SD43 schools:  At this time it has not been determined whether students enrolled in Independent or Private schools, even if living in the Tri-Cities, will be permitted to register this summer.  Check back here for updates.   

 
International Students:  Only International students who are currently in Kindergarten through Grade 7 can enroll in Summer Learning courses.  See our Fees page for details.  International students (currently in Kindergarten through Grade 7) who register for Summer Learning courses will be contacted for payment after registering.
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):  At this time it has not been determined whether adult students will be permitted to register this summer.  Note that if permitted to register, adult students are only permitted to register for Fast Track courses.  Check back here for updates.   
 
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!
Please click here for info
 
A reminder to keep checking our Registration Info page for updates and instructions.


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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