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Summer School

New this year -- our high school Summer School is hosted at one site! This year, it will be hosted at Bellerose Composite High School, 49 Giroux Road, St. Albert.

Co Principals: Kelly Lajoie & Randy Kozak
Information: [email protected]
Phone: 780.419.6530

All courses will run subject to enrollment. Please register early to ensure a class is offered. This website will be updated regularly to reflect which courses are currently scheduled to run.


Registration

Registration opens 8 am, Wednesday, March 23rd. Current 2021-2022 students of St. Albert Public Schools can register through the PowerSchool parent portal under Student Fees. Students not currently attending our division may register through a studentquickpay account. If they don't already have one, please create an account. 

Please note that registration closes Thursday, June 30th.

Core classes

July 4 - 29, 9:00 am - 1:30 pm

Class Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12
Biology   20 30
Chemistry   20 30
English Language Arts   20-1, 20-2 30-1, 30-2
Math 10C, 10-3 20-1, 20-2, 20-3 30-1, 30-2, 30-3
Physics   20 30
Science 10 20 30
Social Studies   20-1, 20-2 30-1, 30-2


Condensed classes

July 4 - 22
8:30 am - 2:15 pm
For students who would like to finish sooner, we offer our condensed classes which run daily for 15 days and end a week earlier than our other classes.

Offered classes:
Social 20/1 and 20/2
Social 30-1 and 30-2
English 30-1 and 30-2

Three-credit courses

Class Credits Session Date Time Field Trip Fee
Phys Ed and CALM 20 Combo 6 July 4-19 8 am - 4:30 pm $80
CALM 20: Session 1 3 July 4 - July 11 8 am - 4:30 pm $30
CALM 20: Session 2 3 July 12 - July 19 8 am - 4:30 pm $30
Phys Ed 10/20: Session 1 3 July 4 - July 11 8 am - 4:30 pm $50
Phys Ed 10/20: Session 2 July 12 - July 19 8 am - 4:30 pm $50


Yoga 10/20/30

3 credits
Session 1: July 4 - July 11
Session 2: July 12 - July 19
8 am - 4:30 pm 
Fee: $75
Take a break from your busy day to stretch, breathe, relax and participate in yoga. Students will practice mindfulness exercises that can help improve their overall wellbeing, as well as learn many breathing exercises and yoga postures. There will be opportunities for field trips to Suspension Yoga, Hot Yoga, Paddle Board Yoga and many more.

Language and Leadership

3 credits
July 4 - July 11
Do you want to earn credits through conversation, volunteerism and community building? Language and Leadership is designed for those looking to expand their involvement in the school community, and those wanting to build English language skills. This course emphasizes the importance of culture and community. We will be using film, popular texts and real-world contexts to grow our learning and communication strategies in order to overcome challenges.

Outdoor Adventure Summer Program

10 credits (PE 10/20/30 (5 credits), CALM 20, WLD 1060, 1100, 1130)
Camp 1: July 4 - 15
Camp 2: July 18 - 29
8 am - 4:30 pm
Fee: $400
The Outdoor Adventure Summer Program will provide students the opportunity to earn credits in Physical Education, CALM and Outdoor Education by participating in well-designed outdoor adventure activities and will provide a space for foundational learning focused on physical and mental wellness. Students participating in the Outdoor Adventure Program will have the opportunity for experiential education over a 10-day period. During these 10 days, students will participate in two separate camp experiences as well as physical activities and wellness-based education at the school. Over the 10 days, students will experience canoeing, hiking, camping, wilderness navigation, outdoor cooking, nature photography, physical education and personal wellness education. What an incredible way to start your high school experience!

Diploma Exam Schedule

All students must have a myPass account and pre-pay for rewrites.

Tuesday, August 2 9 am - noon English Language Arts Part A
English Language Arts 30-2 Part A
  1 pm - 4 pm Français 30-1 Partie A
French Language Arts 30 - Partie A
Wednesday, August 3  9 am - noon Social Studies 30-1 Part(ie) A
  9 am- 11:30 am  Social Studies 30-2 Part(ie) A
Thursday, August 4 9 am - noon Mathematics 30-1
Mathematics 30-2 
Friday, August 5 9 am - noon English Language Arts 30-1 Part B
English Language Arts 30-2 Part B 
  1 pm - 4 pm Français 30-1 Partie B
French Language Arts 30-1 Part B
Monday, August 8 9 am - 11:30 am Social Studies 30-1 Part(ie) B
Social Studies 30-2 Part(ie) B
Tuesday, August 9 9 am - noon Chemistry 30
  1 pm - 4 pm Biology 30
Wednesday, August 9 9 am - noon Physics 30
  1 pm - 4 pm Science 30

ACCOMMODATIONS

Audio supports available for core classes (with Read/Write Google).

ATTENDANCE

Daily attendance is expected in all courses. Your teacher covers a lot of course work in the time allotted, and any lost time is detrimental to your success. Classes begin promptly at the stated start time.

BUSING

There is no busing available to and from Summer School. Walk, ride, use St Albert Transit, or carpool to Bellerose! Parents, please drop your student off in the bus lane in front of the school or the west (student) parking lot.

FOOD/BEVERAGES

  • There is no cafeteria available on-site for Summer School.
  • Lunch break is only 25 minutes, so we strongly encourage students to bring their lunches.
  • Students may eat outside at the picnic tables, or inside in the atrium.
  • Vending machines are available for snacks and drinks.

WORK EXPERIENCE

  • Any students who are currently working, or who plan to get a summer job, can receive high school credits through our work experience program. 
  • Students need to complete HCS3000 Workplace Safety Systems, a 1-credit modular course, to receive credits for their hours of work.
  • There is no cost for work experience, but you must register through Summer School.
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