SUMMER SCHOOL STARTS TUESDAY, JULY 4TH!
Teachers will be ocntacting students over the weekend with information about their courses. If your course is not going to run, you will be contacted in the next two days.
Questions? Text or email 780-201-6944 or email email@example.com
Each summer Northern Lights School Division operates a summer program for high school level students. The purpose of the program is to provide opportunities for students to accelerate their high school program.
***Summer School PDE Exams are written in two centers: J.A. Williams High School for Lac La Biche and Bonnyville Centralized High School for Cold Lake and Bonnyville Summer School students. ***
Why Summer School?
Why not? There are plenty of reasons you might want to take a summer school program.
- All classes are 8:30-1:00 PM - afternoons off!
- Catch up on lost credits
- Build room and flexibility into your next year's timetable
- Improve your course marks
- Begin your apprenticeship program.
- Establish work experience hours for your Dual Credit or Registered Apprenticeship Program.
How Do I Register?
Registering is easy! Just stop at your local high school and complete a registration form. If you are not normally a student of this school, you may also have to provide proof that you have the prerequisite courses. You can also download the Summer School Registration Form and fax or email it to your school of choice to attend.
That's it! You Are In!
Texts, course outlines and handouts will be provided to you on the first day of classes. There is no cost for Alberta Education students. Registration fees are $190.85 per credit for adult learners and out of province students.
Schools Offering Summer School:
Bonnyville Centralized High School
Bonnyville, Alberta T9N 2J7
Phone: (780) 826-3366
Fax: (780) 826-2959
Cold Lake High School
#103, 7825-51 Street
Cold Lake, Alberta T9M 0B6
Phone: (780) 639-0039
Fax: (780) 639-0040
J.A. Williams High School
Lac La Biche, Alberta T0A 2C0
Phone: (780) 623-4271
Fax: (780) 623-2766
The following courses may be offered. Actual course offerings and locations are determined by demand. If you do not see a course you want listed here, tell your high school counselor and we'll see what we can do! *RAP and Work Experience hours vary according to individual supervisors. ** Check with your school to see if Driver Training is offered.
- Aboriginal Studies
- Mathematics (all levels)
- Biology 20/30
- Science (all levels)
- Chemistry 20/30
- Physics 20/30
- English (all levels)
- Social Studies (all levels)
- Work Experience 15/25/35
- Information Processing
- Health Pathways
- Career & Life Management
- Career & Technology Studies
- Physical Education
- RAP (Registered Apprenticeship Program) *
- Driver Training **
You can complete an eight-week work experience placement related to your future career plans - SEE US! A work experience counselor will meet with you to determine an appropriate work placement. Your work experience credits can be applied toward your high school diploma. Please note, this program is not intended as a summer employment program.