eLearning Summer Program

2024 Summer eLearning Program (Grade 9-12) 

Registration: April 4 at 12:00 pm - June 17, 2024 by 4:00 pm
Program duration: July 3 - July 31, 2024
Class Times:  8:30 am - 3:30 pm (guideline)

The eLearning courses are delivered asynchronously through the VLE and meet the mandatory eLearning graduation requirement. The Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) contains all of the lessons, tools, assignments and evaluations the students will need to complete the course. The teacher will be more of a facilitator than a lecturer and students can expect to be more actively engaged in their own learning. There are specific tasks and/or assessments due each day with expectations of completing one lesson per day (20 lessons in total). Students will read, work independently or as a member of a group, complete assignments and interact with their teacher and classmates mostly via email and a discussion board, with some communication by phone or web conference, from July 3 to July 31, 2024. Although students may have the flexibility to schedule time for this course when they are the most productive, they will have to manage their time effectively and remember to login to the course daily. The Summer eLearning timeframe is short. Students registering for an eLearning course in the summer need to dedicate the same amount of time on elearning courses as they would be spending on in-person courses.

In each eLearning course, the teacher will schedule one hour each per day as virtual office time. This will provide students with an opportunity to connect directly with their teacher each day via Google Meet.


  • Students must NOT schedule vacations, travel, employment, etc. for the duration of eLearning Summer School as timelines/due dates will not be adjusted to accommodate planned absences.
  • Students must log in daily and should plan to spend a minimum of 6-8 hours per weekday on their eLearning course.
  • Students may need to be available for oral assessments at scheduled times.
  • A student may only enroll in one Summer School course of any kind (i.e., one Virtual course or one eLearning course).
  • Students are expected to be in Canada during the duration of the session.

Other Summer School Credit Program Opportunities:

Some students may be interested in and eligible for one of the following equity-based summer programs: Sankofa Summer Academy for Black Youth Program and 2SLGBTQ+ Voices: Building Bridges Program.

Please visit our website for more information about all our summer school programs: summer school website.

More Information about the eLearning Program:

For more information please call the Continuing Education Department at 613-239-2620 or email [email protected].

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