Summer Learning

During the month of July, School District No. 73 offers a number of learning opportunities for elementary and secondary students. The courses are free to eligible students (under 19 years of age and not graduated). All courses and programs are subject to minimum enrollment.

Note: Due to the current health situation, students will be health-screened daily upon arrival and health/safety protocols will be in effect at all school sites.  Space is limited in summer programs due to physical distancing requirements, so parents are encouraged to register early.

Secondary Summer School

Summer School is intended for students exiting grades 8-12 who did not pass a core course and would prefer not to repeat the course the following school year. 

  • Remedial courses are for students who achieved at least 40 percent in a course. Remedial courses have 40 hours of instruction. Students who successfully complete a remedial course receive a "C.” Students who wish to achieva higher mark than "C" should take a full-credit course. From 8:45 am – 11:00 am.
  • Full-credit courses are for students who achieved less than 40 percent in a course. Full-credit courses have 80 hours of instruction, from 8:45 am - 1:45 pm.

This year the Secondary Program is from June 29 to July 23, 2020 (18 daily sessions) at Sa-Hali Secondary.  

Hours are:
Remedial: 8:45 am – 11:00 am
Full-credit: 8:45 am - 1:45 pm

 Secondary Courses
  • English 8, 9, 10 (2 Strands, TBD)
  • English Composition 11
  • English Studies 12
  • Social Studies 8, 9, 10
  • Explorations of Social Studies 11
  • Math 8, 9
  • Math 10, Workplace
  • Math 10, Foundations & Pre-Calculus
  • Math 11, Workplace
  • Math 11, Foundations
  • Pre-Calculus  11
  • Science 8, 9, 10

All courses are offered subject to enrollment. Registration for Summer Learning 2020 is now closed.

Elementary Summer School 

Elementary Programs run from June 29 to July 17, 2020, (14 daily sessions, 9am to 12pm)

  • Registration for the Summer Math Program and the Primary Summer Reading is done on a referral basis at your child's school.

Summer Math Program is intended for students exiting grades 4-7 referred by their classroom teacher because they would benefit from building skills and confidence in math. The focus is on number sense, patterns, and numeracy relationships.

Primary Summer Reading is intended for students exiting grades 1, 2, or 3 referred by their classroom teacher because they would benefit from extra support with reading. The focus is on comprehensive whole class literacy instruction and personal reading conferences.

Summer Elementary Programs are scheduled for these schools: 

Parkcrest Elementary at George Hilliard South Sa-Hali Elementary

Rayleigh Elementary

Barriere Elementary

Raft River Elementary 

Logan Lake Elementary



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