What is Summer Learning?
West Vancouver Schools Summer Learning programs provide rich learning opportunities for students over the summer months. Summer Learning programs range from elementary to secondary and include a range of different course options. All Summer Learning courses strive to:
- Support student engagement in a different learning environment
- Provide students with skill-building opportunities in specific curriculum areas
- Support personal success in a specific curriculum areas
- Provide opportunities for focused curriculum
- Provide support for key transitions
The BC Ministry of Education provides funding for eligible residents of British Columbia only. Out-of-district and independent school students must attach good-quality electronic copies of all required documentation in order for the registration form to be submitted properly. Details are available in the Registration section of this website.
International fee-paying students must pay a fee for all courses. The list of fees is available in the Fees and Policies section of this website. Graduated students (June 2019 and earlier) are not eligible for summer learning but can register with an adult education centre. For more information, visit www.bcsdceda.ca
Please note: We are only able to accept registrations from international fee-paying students and Diplomat, Refugee, Study Permit, Work Permit students already attending a school within the West Vancouver School District. If you have any questions, please contact Kathy Grant or firstname.lastname@example.org
Daily attendance for Summer Learning is required. Extended absences for any reason are not accommodated. These include, but are not limited to work, vacations, sporting events, games or practices, family commitments, or music festivals. Absences beyond two days may result in the student being removed from the course. Students should not register for a summer learning course if they are unable to commit to full-time attendance. Two days of late attendance are equivalent to one absence.