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Conestoga Summer School Dual Credits (8 days)

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In conjunction with Conestoga College, Upper Grand DSB offers Grade 12 students the option of taking a Summer School Dual Credit course. The Dual Credit program allows students to earn one credit that will count towards both their Secondary School Transcript, as well as a College Transcript and students are fully supported by a secondary school teacher.

Unlike other summer school courses where you can set your own hours, students must be available during the school day for activities with the college instructor and classmates and other activities that are monitored by your dual credit teacher. Transportation will be provided to students that require it for any in-person courses.

NOTE: Students cannot be registered in more than one summer school program in the same session (i.e. students cannot register for a summer school dual credit course and an onsite summer school course).


The courses being offered this summer are:

How to register for an Online Summer School Dual Credit Course:

  1. Review the Summer School Dual Credit flyer to decide which course you would like to apply to as spaces are limited. 

    NOTE: These courses are aimed towards Grade 12 students that are within 1 or 2 credits of graduation. If you are currently a grade 11 student, you will be added to a wait list and if there are spaces available following the registration deadline of June 17th, your application might be considered. 

  2. Register using the Online Summer School Dual Credit Application Form ​before the deadline of 3:00 pm on Friday, June 17th

Students will be notified of their acceptance into the program by June 24th. We will then be offering accepted students an Orientation session prior to the course start date of July 5th to answer any related questions. 

If anyone has any questions pertaining to the program, please feel free to contact Joanne Harris, Dual Credit Coordinator for the program, by sending an email to [email protected]