Saskatoon Public Schools’ Summer School Program offers a range of high school credit classes that provide both current high school students and adults with an opportunity to meet high school graduation and entrance requirements to post-secondary institutions. Taking a class during the summer can provide current students with flexibility in their class schedule during the following school year.
Summer School Program
Morning and evening classes are offered weekdays during the month of July. Online courses may also be available in selected subjects. Available courses and their delivery model may vary from year to year, however students have the opportunity to earn credit in a range of 10-, 20-, and 30-level courses including English language arts, mathematics and sciences. Students are expected to attend all classes in order to have the best opportunity for successful completion.
High school students who are under the age of 18 are required to have any prerequisite course and it is up to students to ensure they have all prerequisites before summer classes begin. Prerequisite requirements are waived for adult students, age 18 and older.
- 60 hours of classroom instruction
- Morning and evening classes to fit the student’s schedule
- Students can earn a high school credit in just one month
- Both classroom and online learning opportunities
- Provides current high school students with scheduling flexibility during the regular school year
- Opportunity for adult learners to upgrade or fulfill post-secondary requirements
All students attending Summer School classes pay tuition and all course offerings are subject to sufficient enrollment. Registration and tuition payment can be done in-person at the Saskatoon Public Schools Board of Education office. The deadline for registration is Friday, June 28.