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With summer break fast approaching, Surrey Schools is gearing up for our comprehensive summer learning program for the 2021 summer session, featuring both in-person and online learning.
The delivery model for our elementary and smaller specialized programs will involve full-time face-to-face learning, while our secondary academic and remedial programs will be a combination of face-to-face and online learning. Students will receive their schedules and classroom expectations from their classroom teachers prior to the start of each program. (The delivery models are subject to change due to circumstances regarding COVID-19 or changes to provincial health guidelines which could include full online learning if the health protocols dictate).
Registration is open until June 28 for Surrey Schools' Summer Learning full credit academic courses for Grade 10-12 students, as well as remedial courses for Grades 8-11. Full credit courses are for students looking to get ahead or retake a course, while remedial courses contain partial course content and are only for students who have taken the course already and want to increase their knowledge or improve their mark. Remedial courses are graded on a scale with a maximum mark of 80%.
This year's offerings include the following subjects at various grades:
Not all courses are available at all sites. When registering, students will have the opportunity to associate their course with one of the following Summer School Sites:
Students will also have hands-on learning opportunities with four programs to teach new skills: Skills in Automotive at Frank Hurt Secondary, Skills in Culinary Arts at Enver Creek Secondary, Skills in Trades at Princess Margaret Secondary and Skills in Drafting at L.A. Matheson Secondary. The goal is to expose our learners to different vocations and spark interest for further trade studies.
K-7 students may attend summer learning by staff referral for courses on Literacy & Numeracy, Early French Immersion and Late French Immersion. More information is available from your classroom teacher or school principal.
For additional information and to register for secondary courses, click here. Registration closes June 28 at 8 a.m.
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