Summer School

Summer School 2023

We look forward to seeing you in July 2023! Watch here for 2023 dates, locations, registration and course information.

Student Registration 2023

Students may register in a maximum of one course for summer school. Registration requests must go through your junior high school administrator or high school counsellor. Course and location availability is extremely limited. Families will be notified by email the week of June 5-9, 2023 as to whether or not they have been enrolled. Ensure you are checking your junk folder as well as your inbox for these notifications.

Note: CBe-learn plans to offer nine additional courses for Summer 2023. We will be adding online courses in; ELA 30-1, Social 30-1/-2, Math 30-1,two CTS courses (Legal Studies, Health Care Services at the 30 level), Psychology/Sociology30 and
Aboriginal Studies 10/20/30

Due to limited space and resources only the following students are permitted to register for Summer School 2023:

  • 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.

Please check the list of online summer school courses available for summer 2023. 

Time Commitment 

Online summer school classes run for one month, from July 4 - 27, 2023. The programming is extremely condensed and intensive, and students must be prepared to manage their time and workload independently.

In past years with in-person summer school, for a 5-credit core high school class there would typically be four hours of classroom time each school day, plus an expectation of student independent work for a minimum of one additional hour each school day. A similar time commitment (5 hours per weekday for 5-credit courses) will be required for students to be successful online. 

While there will be regular opportunities for synchronous instruction and support with real-time interaction, online summer school will be mostly asynchronous, taught through written instructions, pre-recorded videos, blog posts, etc.

Registration and Withdrawal

The withdrawal deadline for summer school courses is July 10, 2023.     All students that remain registered in courses after July 10th will receive a final grade.   Any students that wish to withdraw from a summer school course should connect with their summer school teacher on or before July 10th to withdraw in order to ensure a final grade is not reported.

Diploma Examinations

Provincial Diploma Examinations usually occur during the first two weeks of August. Schedules are subject to change by Alberta Education at any time. For up-to-date information visit Alberta Education Diploma Exams.

Summer Off-Campus (Work Experience)

Over the summer, students also have the opportunity to earn credits during their summer employment. Visit Chinook Learning’s Summer Off-Campus webpage for more information.

Academic Integrity

Academic honesty is an important part of the climate of integrity and fairness that exists at CBe-learn School. It is important that all members of the school community maintain high standards of integrity and that student’s achievement reflects their own ability, knowledge, and skill. For more details, click here.

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