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Night School


Hybrid classes combine the benefits of face-to-face learning, online collaboration and self-paced learning – blending flexibility with a mix of instructional strategies and media.

Students can choose which location to attend face-­to‐face and complete the online components during the rest of the week.

Registration for Fall 2022 night school is now closed. Registration for Spring 2023 night school classes will open in February.

2022- 2023 Night School Courses

Fall Term – Week of Oct. 10th  – Week of Dec. 12th

  • English, Grade 12, College & University Preparation (ENG4C, ENG4U)
  • Mathematics, Grade 12, College Technology, University Preparation (MCT4C, MHF4U)
  • Biology, Grade 11 & 12, College & University Preparation (SBI3C, SBI3U, SBI4U)
  • STRONG for Girls (PAI 4O) – Guelph site only
  • STRONG for Guys (PAI 4O) – Guelph site only
  • NEW! Leadership Aquatic Program – Guelph site only (Oct. 18th start date)

Spring Term – Week of Mar 20th – Week of May 22nd

  • English, Grade 12, College & University Preparation(ENG4C, ENG4U)
  • Mathematics, Grade 12, College Technology & University Preparation (MCT4C, MHF4U)
  • Chemistry, Grade 11 & 12, College & University Preparation (SCH3U, SCH4C, SCH4U)
  • STRONG for Girls (PAI 4O) – Guelph site only
  • STRONG for Guys (PAI 4O) – Guelph site only
  • NEW! Leadership Aquatic Program – Guelph site only

Locations

Please note that classes and locations are dependent on sufficient enrollment.

Fees

Course Materials Fee: $20 (non-refundable)

 

NEW PROGRAM!

Introducing the Leadership Aquatic Program (LAP) – the perfect program for high school students who want to earn school credits and achieve aquatic certifications, all while saving money!

The Upper Grand District School Board, the City of Guelph and the SHSM program are teaming up to offer the Leadership Aquatic Program at night school. This program will be open to all secondary school aged students. Through the program, students are provided with the opportunity to receive their Standard First Aid, Bronze Medallion, Bronze Cross, National Lifeguard and Swim Instructor certifications.

The Fall Semester starts on October 18th and will run for 10 weeks – Tuesday evenings 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. at Victoria Road Recreation Centre. The Leadership Aquatic Program will be a combination of in-person classes and online, independent work. Students will be required to complete a swim test on the first evening to determine suitability for the course.

When registering, select the course code that corresponds to the appropriate program:

Course Code

Program

PAQ 3O

Standard First Aid and Bronze Medallion

PAQ 4O

Standard First Aid and Bronze Cross

PLF 4M

National Lifeguard and Swim Instructor

Once students become certified, they can turn these skills, they can take advantage of aquatic job opportunities!