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Summer School

Open to students from all school boards.

Classes run from July 4 - 25 (inclusive)

Registration will start as of May 2 to June 29th, 2016

Registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until classes are full.

All classes are conditional upon sufficient enrollment and are subject to cancellation or transfer to an alternate location.


You will be contacted by Continuing Education only if the course is cancelled.


For any inquiries please call 613 723-7757



Students currently attending a high school must be recommended for enrolment by their day school principal (or designate). 
Adults must provide proof of prerequisite through transcript or report card. Those adults who do not have transcripts or have attended a non-Ontario high school will have to call 613-723-7757 prior to registering.

NO subsidized OC Transpo passes available for high school credit students.


NO book deposit or consumable fees.


 View Reach Ahead course offerings   , including online courses

Reach Ahead courses will run July 4 - July 25 from 8:30 am-4:00 pm. These courses enable students to obtain a full credit towards their diploma in a subject that was not previously taken. Online Reach Ahead courses are teacher-supported courses. Students will be required to meet with their teacher at least 3 times during the course: first day, mid-term and final exam. Teachers will be available to meet with students in school locations listed for the duration of the course. Students can only enroll for one Reach Ahead course. Click here to view the online English course texts.

 View Make-Up course offerings  

Make-up courses will run July 4 - July 24 from  8:30 am-12:30 pm or pm - 12:30 pm-4:00 pm. These courses enable students who have not been successful during the regular school year to obtain one full credit by repeating 55 hours of instruction. Each class is scheduled for approximately 3 hours daily in either the morning or afternoon, thus enabling the students to enroll in one or two Make-Up courses. Students must have completeted the course and have written the final exam. Students should have a minimum final mark of 35% for the course.


Please note: our summer school schedule will not be modified to accomodate personal summer plans.
Final exams are compulsory and MUST be written on Friday, July 22
On Monday, July 25, students will have their final opportunity to discuss marks and final exams with their teachers.

 View Numeracy/Literacy course offerings  

Numeracy/Literacy courses will run July 4 - July 25 from 8:30 am-12:00 pm. For students currently in Grade 6, 7, or 8. These courses are designed to enhance the English and Mathematical skills of students who are presently achieving at level 2 or lower, and are at a risk of not meeting standards required for successful completion of the new curriculum. Students receive encouragment, gain confidence and learn how to imrpove study and organizational skills required at the Grade 7, 8, or 9 levels. Click here for Transportation Information offered only for Grades 7, 8 & 9 Numeracy/Literacy Students.
NOTE: Transportation is offered ONLY for Grades 7, 8 & 9 Numeracy/Literacy Students. 





Summer School Sites

Immaculata HS 140 Main St., Ottawa Central
St. Patrick's HS 2525 Alta Vista Dr., Ottawa
St. Pius X HS 1481 Fisher Ave., Ottawa
Holy Trinity HS 180 Katimavik Rd., Kanata
St. Matthew*
6550 Bilberry Dr., Orleans
*online classes only
Call: 613-723-7757

How to Register

Register May 2 to June 29 by ONE of the following methods:
  1. Through your Student Services or Guidance Department - if you are currently attending a high school.
  2. Fax the approved registration form to                        613-228-9967
  3. Mail the approved registration form to Summer School Office, 893 Admiral Avenue, Ottawa, ON, K1Z 6L6
Download Summer School Registration Form
 Download Achievement Centre Credit Recovery
 Grade 9/10 Registration Form  
Final Registration Date is:
Wednesday, June 29, from 9:00 am-2:00 pm at