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Community and Continuing Education

Summer Programs and Camps – Non-Credit

Last updated on Wednesday, September 27, 2017.

We’re sorry but registration is now closed for CCE’s Summer NON-Credit Programs.  Please check back in the Spring of 2018 for registration in next summer’s programs.

Community and Continuing Education is pleased to offer a variety of summer programs for students in grades 6 to 10.  Please take a few minutes to look at the program pages to see what your child might be interested in participating in!

Program

Description and Eligibility

An exciting learning experience for students who enjoy basketball and would benefit from support in Literacy.  This program is held at Sir Allan MacNab Secondary School and students can enroll in any one of the week long programs, or all five. For students currently in Grades 7 to 10.
Learn how to play floorball while getting Literacy support.  This program is held at Sherwood Secondary School and students can enroll in either just one, or both weeks of the program. For students currently in Grades 7 to 10.
Work with the Rotary Summer Camp program to develop your Leadership and Literacy skills and earn volunteer hours required to graduate.  For students currently in Grades 7 to 10.
Summer Literacy Worx, Math Worx and Fractions Programs.  These one-week skill focused programs will help students currently in Grade 7 or 8 to build or maintain their literacy and math skills.  Programs are offered at various sites across HWDSB.
The STEP Program is offered at Secondary Schools across HWDSB to support current Grade 8 students transitioning into their Secondary School.  This program will help students build math & literacy skills as well as providing helpful learning strategies for success in High School.
Students currently in grades Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8 are eligible to participate in our Summer Elementary International Languages program.  Programs are offered at various sites across HWDSB.  Students have an opportunity to learn the language of their heritage or to learn an international language that is of interest to them.

 

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