Grade 8-12 Summer Learning 2020 Registration Form

This form is for Summer School Grade 10-12 Academic Courses leading to Graduation AND Grade 8-9 Literacy and Numeracy Skill Building Course.
  • *Information with this symbol are required. Helpful Hints: Please ensure your email address is entered correctly. You will need your secondary school Student Number to complete this form. This form is open to SD42 Students Only.
  • Student Information Section (SD42 Students Only)

    If you are from out of district, please send a message to CE@nullsd42.ca with your name and course request. We will add you to a waitlist pending enrolment totals. If you have met the requirements for graduation, you cannot take Summer Learning to upgrade your marks. For graduated student course options, please visit learnnowbc.ca/courses
  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • Parent or Guardian Information Section:

  • Course Request Information

    Please select one course only. Students will only have time to complete one course at Summer Learning.
  • Theme-based programming, with a focus on Numeracy and Literacy skills, is designed to build a positive engagement with teachers and learning while preparing for the next grade level in the upcoming school year. Students can expect to have two in-class sessions per week, accompanied by two days of remote learning.
    If, 'yes', please contact: IntEd_Clerical@nullsd42.ca to arrange payment for the course. CDN$ 750.00
  • We are encouraging students to be in attendance for the in-school portion of the week. Thank you for planning your vacation time around this time period. Student and staff participants in the SD42 Summer Learning Program will be operating under the Health and Safety Protocols recently developed to facilitate the implementation of stage 3 to the BC education restart program of partial in-school instruction. As such, parents are expected to conduct a daily health screening of their child and students are expected to remain home if they are exhibiting any symptoms. Summer Learning will continue to expect students and staff to maintain physical distancing and practicing proper hand hygiene and respiratory etiquette.