Summer School

The health, well-being, and safety of our students and staff continue to be of the highest priority for the Halton Catholic District school Board.

The Thomas Merton Centre for Adult and Continuing Education is pleased to announce that the 2020 Summer School Program will be conducted from July 6 through July 31, 2020 in virtual (e-learning) format. Registration for the 2020 Summer School Program will be available to students beginning Wednesday, May 6, 2020.

2020 Summer School

  • Secondary School Summer Credit Courses are offered to students currently in grades 9 – 12.
  • HCDSB students must register through myBlueprint.  All other (non-HCDSB) students must complete a registration form.
  • You will be contacted ONLY if your course is full or cancelled.
  • As a result of the 2020 Summer School being conducted in a virtual (e-learning) format, there will be no bus transportation available.

Important Dates to Remember:

MAY 6 – Summer School Registration Begins

MAY 22 – Two (2) Credit Coop Registration Deadline

JUNE 12 – One (1) Credit Coop & Dual Credit Registration Deadline

JUNE 24 – Summer School Registration Deadline
Registration is closed @ 4:00 pm

JUNE 30 – Welcome Letter
Students will receive a ‘Welcome Letter’ with login instructions

JULY 6 – Summer School Begins

Course Listing, Information and Forms

Email completed registration form to ssregistration@hcdsb.org

Upgrade Summer School Information 2020

HCDSB students wishing to upgrade a course(s) they have taken in semester 2 of this school year (2020) and achieved 50% or above.

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Reach Ahead HCDSB Summer School Information

If you are a Grade 8 student in the Halton Catholic District School Board and starting high school in September 2020, a Grade 9 credit is available for you to take under our 2020 summer school listings.  To register click on the HCDSB Students button under registration.

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Credit Recovery

HCDSB students who have completed a high school course and received a failing grade may recover the course through the credit recovery process during summer school 2020. Students may only recover the credit of the actual course failed which limits them to the same type, grade and level.  Please contact your high school guidance counsellor for next steps.

Frequently Asked Questions

Registration

Please note:

The International Student self-contained International Summer School Program (ISSP) has been cancelled.

International Students that are looking for regular Summer School courses should please select one of the options below:


Thomas Merton Summer Hours

Monday – Thursday: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Friday: CLOSED

Rob De FrancoSummer School