Agency and Service Names
Alternate Name HDSB
Contact Information
Office Phone 905-632-2944
Fax 905-637-5390
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Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Funding Regional / Municipal ; Provincial
Service Information
Description (Service) Summer school offering high school courses, grades nine to twelve at all levels.  
* offers courses in core subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, and Social Science 
Course Options 
Full Credit: 
* courses consist of 110 hours of instruction 
* students can register for a new credit 
* if a student has passed a credit course but wishes to upgrade their mark, the student is required to retake the 110 hour course 
Credit Recovery: 
* courses consist of 55 hours of instruction and are designed for students who have been unsuccessful in achieving the expectations of a course and have been awarded a failing grade (within the last two years) 
* students may register in one or two courses in the summer and must be recommended by the home school Credit Recovery Team to participate in this program 
* although there is no minimum percentage mark requirement in the original course for eligibility for credit recovery, it is recommended that students have obtained a minimum standing of 40% in the original course to participate in the summer school credit recovery program 
Note: if a student has passed a credit course and wishes to upgrade his or her mark, the student is required to retake the 4 week Full Credit Course 
Half Credit: 
* courses consist of 55 hours of instruction  
Literacy/Numeracy Remediation: 
* a non-credit course open to Halton District School Board students only 
* program is designed and developed to improve skill development in the areas of numeracy or literacy 
* for courses requiring a final exam, this will take place on the final day of classes  
Marks to university or college: 
* visit the Summer School office at your Summer School Location to complete a "Marks to University or College" form. 
* for current Halton DSB Students your marks will be uploaded to OCAS/OUAC in August
Hours Office Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm; 
Summer Courses Mon-Fri 8 am-1:30 pm * Milton and Halton Hills 8:30 am-2 pm
Dates Secondary Summer School 2016 
* Full Credit (in-class and online) July 4th, 2016–July 29th 
* Session One Credit Recovery/Half-Credit (in-class and online) July 4th, 2016–July 15th 
* Session Two Credit Recovery/Half-Credit (in-class and online) July 18th, 2016–July 29th 
* Session One Literacy/Numeracy Remediation (Grade 9 and 10)* July 4th, 2016–July 15th 
* Session Two Literacy/Numeracy Remediation (Grade 9 and 10)* July 18th, 2016–July 29th 
Summer Co-op/Internship (SHSM/OYAP/Student Success)* July 4th, 2016–August 5th  
* for Halton DSB students only 
Locations and hours: 
Burlington - Robert Bateman H.S. 8 am-1:30 pm 
Burlington - Lester B. Pearson H.S. 8 am-1:30 pm 
Halton Hills - Georgetown District H.S. 8:30 am-2 pm 
Oakville - Iroquois Ridge H.S. 8 am-1:30 pm 
Oakville - Garth Webb S.S. 8 am-1:30 pm 
Milton - Craig Kielburger S.S. 8:30 am-2 pm
Areas Served Halton Region
Eligibility free for Canadian residents * a fee for visa students
Application * day school students enroll through home school  
* adults call office to register or download registration from website and either email or fax registration form
Languages English
Fees None
Site Information
Located In Community Burlington
Address & Map
3250 New St
Burlington, ON L7N 1M8
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Intersection Guelph Line and New St
Accessibility Fully Accessible
Taxonomy and Classification
Service Categories Summer School Programs

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