Summer School Courses

Summer 2022 | July 4 - 27, 2022

We look forward to seeing you in Summer 2022! Watch here for 2022 dates, locations, registration and course offering information. 

Registration details will be provided by your current high school counsellor or junior high school administrator in April, 2022. Course availability is extremely limited this year. Families will be notified by email the week of June 6-10, 2022 as to whether or not they have been enrolled. 

Due to limited space and resources, only the following students are permitted to register for Summer School 2022:

  • Current CBE students in Grades 9-12
    • Current Grade 9 students can only register in Mathematics 15 (offered online only) 

Note: If you are not currently a grade 9-12 CBE student, please visit Alberta Online Learning for online summer school options.

Summer 2022 | Online Course Offerings

Students may register in a maximum of one course for summer school.    

Course Name Course Level(s)
Mathematics (5 Credits *3 Credits) 15*, 10-C, 20-1, 20-2
English Language Arts (5 Credits) 20-1, 20-2
Social Studies (5 Credits) 20-1, 20-2
Science (5 Credits) 10 
Biology (5 Credits) 20
Chemistry (5 Credits) 20
Physics (5 Credits) 20
Physical Education (3 Credits) 10, 20, 30
CALM (3 Credits) Not available for students entering grade 10 in September, 2022.

Looking for a course that is not listed above? Additional in-person course offerings can be found through Chinook Learning Services here.

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