Summer School at CBe-learn offers a variety of online courses that will help students catch up, keep up, and get ahead! Courses run during an accelerated period in June & July and students can earn their credits in a selection of core and complementary courses.

Depending on when students want to start, they can choose a seven-week or a five-week course. All courses will have the same end date (July 29), but some students may choose to kick-start their summer by starting their Summer School course in June.

Students may register for one course only, and must decide on the length of the course at time of registration (seven weeks or five weeks).

Prerequisite

All students new to CBe-learn are encouraged to complete Essentials for Online Learning (Pre-learn), the orientation to online learning, prior to the subject course start date. This course is offered at no cost, and students who request the course are automatically enrolled. Upon successful completion, the student will be granted one credit for e-Learning and Learning Management Systems (COM1255).

This course is not a mandatory prerequisite, but is meant to help students be successful in online learning.

Courses

Although courses are facilitated online, all of the core academic courses have mandatory onsite assessments and exams. Physical Education also has mandatory pre- and post-fitness assessments.

Special arrangements to proctor exams for students who are out of town, province or country will not be made. Students must adhere to the exam schedule posted within the online course.

Early or late exam writing requests will not be approved.

CourseMandatory Onsite Assessment / Exams
English Language ArtsYES - midterm and final exams
MathYES - cumulative and final exams
SocialYES - midterm and final exams
ScienceYES - cumulative and final exams
Physical EducationYES - pre- and post- fitness assessments
Psychology & SociologyNO
CALMNO
Career & Technology StudiesNO

Schedule

Registration

Please see our How to Register page.

Fees & Supplies

  • CBE and CBe-learn Students are not charged for the Summer School course.
  • Out-of-jurisdiction, adult, out-of-province, and international students will be charged (see our Fees page)

Students are responsible for obtaining Textbooks. Rentals are available at the CBe-learn registration office. Textbooks are due back at the end of the semester (end of July).

Withdrawal

Students will qualify for a 90% refund as long as the request for withdrawal form is received by June 25 for 7 week courses or July 9 for 5 week courses. Any students who submit a request for withdrawal after this date will not be provided with a refund. See our Withdrawal Form.


Students can also access Summer School options through Chinook Learning Services.

  • Diploma-level courses 
  • August diploma exams 
  • Face-to-face instruction

Summer School

Summer School at CBe-learn offers a variety of online courses that will help students catch up, keep up, and get ahead! Courses run during an accelerated period in June & July and students can earn their credits in a selection of core and complementary courses.

Depending on when students want to start, they can choose a seven-week or a five-week course. All courses will have the same end date (July 29), but some students may choose to kick-start their summer by starting their Summer School course in June.

Students may register for one course only, and must decide on the length of the course at time of registration (seven weeks or five weeks).

Prerequisite

All students new to CBe-learn are encouraged to complete Essentials for Online Learning (Pre-learn), the orientation to online learning, prior to the subject course start date. This course is offered at no cost, and students who request the course are automatically enrolled. Upon successful completion, the student will be granted one credit for e-Learning and Learning Management Systems (COM1255).

This course is not a mandatory prerequisite, but is meant to help students be successful in online learning.

Courses

Although courses are facilitated online, all of the core academic courses have mandatory onsite assessments and exams. Physical Education also has mandatory pre- and post-fitness assessments.

Special arrangements to proctor exams for students who are out of town, province or country will not be made. Students must adhere to the exam schedule posted within the online course.

Early or late exam writing requests will not be approved.

CourseMandatory Onsite Assessment / Exams
English Language ArtsYES - midterm and final exams
MathYES - cumulative and final exams
SocialYES - midterm and final exams
ScienceYES - cumulative and final exams
Physical EducationYES - pre- and post- fitness assessments
Psychology & SociologyNO
CALMNO
Career & Technology StudiesNO

Schedule

Registration

Please see our How to Register page.

Fees & Supplies

  • CBE and CBe-learn Students are not charged for the Summer School course.
  • Out-of-jurisdiction, adult, out-of-province, and international students will be charged (see our Fees page)

Students are responsible for obtaining Textbooks. Rentals are available at the CBe-learn registration office. Textbooks are due back at the end of the semester (end of July).

Withdrawal

Students will qualify for a 90% refund as long as the request for withdrawal form is received by June 25 for 7 week courses or July 9 for 5 week courses. Any students who submit a request for withdrawal after this date will not be provided with a refund. See our Withdrawal Form.


Students can also access Summer School options through Chinook Learning Services.

  • Diploma-level courses 
  • August diploma exams 
  • Face-to-face instruction

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