Summer School 2022

Summer School 2022 has begun to take shape.  At this time, Summer School courses will be offered online and require students to engage in both synchronous and asynchronous learning. The dates for all summer school courses [full and half credit courses] are Monday July 4, 2022 to Thursday July 28, 2022.  Co-op dates are Wednesday, June 29, 2022 to Thursday, July 28, 2022 (plus 6 additional dates prior to June 29 – listed below).

Summer School 2022 Registration Form

Summer School Coop Information: Registration will close on Thursday April 21, 2022 at 3:00pm

 

 

MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS & DATES (Placements June 29-July 28)

  • For the dates listed below:
    • 8:30 – 3:00 are a combination of synchronous and asynchronous
    • 3:00 – 4:30 student work asynchronously and independently

1) Co-op Orientation: 

  • Saturday May 7, 2022 (8:30 – 4:30)

2) Co-op Pre-Placement: 

  • Saturday May 28, 2022 (8:30 – 4:30)
  • Saturday June 4, 2022 (8:30 – 4:30)
  • Saturday June 11, 2022 (8:30 – 4:30)
  • Saturday June 18, 2022 (8:30 – 4:30)
  • Saturday June 25, 2022 (8:30 – 2:30 – all synchronous/asynchronous)

 

General Summer School Information and Expectations:

  1. Students may only take ONE Summer School Credit Course.  This can be one full credit course, or two half credit courses (e.g. Civics, Careers). Civics and Careers will run on ½ days for the full 18 days, not all day for 9 days, running in both the morning and the afternoon.
  2. Students who have a high degree of self-motivation and the ability to work independently are best suited for online/virtual courses.
  3. All course work will need to be completed online. 
  4. As in traditional classes, regular attendance is critical for success at summer school. All full credit summer school courses involve a minimum of 110 hours of content and instruction. Students must log in every school day (Monday to Friday) and are expected to spend 5.5 hours per day on their course, plus additional time for assignments and studying for tests and exams. All work must be completed and submitted as instructed by the teacher. Students are expected to keep up with the course material, due dates and time commitments each week. Students who do not login to their course regularly risk being removed from the course for failing to meet the requirements.
  5. WRDSB reserves the right to cancel courses if there is insufficient enrolment. Students/parents/legal guardians will be notified by email if the course they registered for is canceled.

 

 2022 WRDSB Summer School Courses *Subject to Change 

CHC2D – Canadian History since World War 1, Grade 10, Academic

CHV2O – Grade 10 Civics, Open (half credit)

CHC2P – Grade 10 History, Applied

CLN4U – Canadian and International Law

CGG3O – Grade 11 Travel and Tourism: A Geographic Perspective

DCO3O – Grade 11/12 Cooperative Education (2 credit co-op, starting May 7, 2022)

ENG1P – Grade 9 English, Applied

ENG1D – Grade 9 English, Academic

ENG2D – Grade 10 English, Academic

ENG2P – Grade 10 English, Applied

ENG3C – Grade 11 English, College

ENG4C – Grade 12 English, College

ENG3U – Grade 11 English, University

ENG4U – Grade 12 English, University

GLC2O – Grade 10 Careers, Open (half credit)

GLD2O – Grade 10 Discovering the Workplace

HSP3U – Grade 11 Anthropology, Psychology and Sociology, University

ICS3U – Grade 11 Introduction to Computer Science

Grade 9/10 Math Pathways for Summer School 2022 ONLY

 

  • Courses Available to Grade 9 Students

 

  • MTH1W – recommended for Grade 9 students who achieved below level 1 in MTH1W
  • GLD – GLD2O is designed to help students deepen their understanding of mathematical concepts that will be important for their learning when transitioning between grade 9 and 10 Math, while gaining necessary tools and skills for the workplace of tomorrow. Through integrated activities related to career exploration, experiential learning, and entrepreneurship, students will have an opportunity to improve their understanding of foundational mathematical concepts and skills. This course will be an interactive and engaging experience to help students gain transferable skills for continued learning and work.
  • GLD2O – recommended for grade 9 students who achieved a level 1 or 2 in MTH1W. It is also recommended that retaking MTH1W is discussed with families/teachers if achievement in MTH1W was Level 1.
        • GLD2OZ – recommended for MLL learners only that achieved a level 1 or 2 in MTH1W

 

  • Courses Available for Grade 10 Students
    • MFM2P/MPM2D – reserved for grade 10/11/12 students only. These options will not be available for grade 9 students.

MCF3M – Grade 11 Functions and Applications

MCR3U – Grade 11 Functions

MDM4U – Grade 12 Mathematics of Data Management

MHF4U – Grade 12 Advanced Functions

OLC4O – Grade 12 Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course

PSK4U –  Grade 12 Intro Kinesiology, University

PPZ3C – Grade 11 Health for Life Gym, College

SNC1D – Grade 9 Science, Academic

SNC1P – Grade 9 Science, Applied

SNC2D – Grade 10 Science, Academic

SNC2P – Grade 10 Science, Applied

SBI3U – Grade 11 Biology

SBI4U – Grade 12 Biology

SCH3U – Grade 11 Chemistry, University

SPH3U – Grade 11 Physics, University

SPH4U – Grade 12 Physics, University

Multilingual Learner Courses

GLD 2OZ – Grade 10 Discovering the Workplace, Open, for MLL students only

EMS 3OZ – Grade 11 Media Studies, Open, for MLL students only

EPS 3OZ – Grade 11 Presentation and Speaking Skills, Open, for MLL students only

OLC 4OZ – Grade 12 Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course, Open, for MLL students only