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Summer School 2020 Updated Program Information

  Due to the current restrictions of COVID 19, Edmonton Public Schools has made the decision to move all Summer School courses online. As a result of the challenges and limitations that come with this method of delivery, a number of changes have been made to this year's Summer School programming. Learn More

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Courses offered

2020 Schedule times

July 2 - 28

  • Mon - Fri (19 classes)
  • Morning
20
FREE TUITION for Students under 20 years old on September 1, 2019 (plus applicable fees)
View Tuition & FeesImportant Prerequisite Info

Open / Closed sites as noted below.

  • Open Site – Open to ALL students
  • Closed Site – Only students registered at the school for 2020/21 or the current school year may attend

For class availability & to register click here and search for Class & Location(Opens a new window)

Course details


English 10-2

In the English 10-2 program, students will develop a variety of reading, comprehension and writing strategies and well they will respond to texts at a variety of different levels of sophistication. This course sequence satisfies the English Language Arts requirements for a high school diploma and it will prepare students for some post-secondary programs.

Open Site(s)
  • Harry Ainlay
  • Jasper Place
Closed Site(s)
(only students registered at that school can attend)

    Prerequisite: Language Arts 9 (50%+)

    Credits: 5

    English 20-2

    In the English 20-2 program, students will develop a variety of reading, comprehension and writing strategies and well they will respond to texts at a variety of different levels of sophistication. This course sequence satisfies the English Language Arts requirements for a high school diploma, and it will prepare students for some post-secondary programs.

    Open Site(s)
    • Harry Ainlay
    • J. Percy Page
    • Queen Elizabeth
    • Jasper Place
    • M.E. LaZerte / Eastglen
    Closed Site(s)
    (only students registered at that school can attend)

      Prerequisite: English 10-2 (50%) or English 10-1 (40%)

      Credits: 5

      English 30-2

      In the English 30-2 program, students will develop a variety of reading, comprehension and writing strategies and well they will respond to texts at a variety of different levels of sophistication. This course sequence satisfies the English Language Arts requirements for a high school diploma, and it will prepare students for some post-secondary programs.

      Open Site(s)
      • Harry Ainlay
      • Queen Elizabeth
      • Jasper Place
      • M.E. LaZerte / Eastglen

      Prerequisite: English 20-2 (50%) and English 20-1 (40%)

      Credits: 5

      Students must write a provincial diploma examination. Click here for details.

      English 10-1

      Students in English 10-1 will analyze, respond to and create complex texts as well as identify and examine ways in which cultural and societal influences are reflected in a variety of Canadian and international texts. The 10-1, 20-1, 30-1 course sequence challenges students to develop a level of sophistication in their literary analyses and written expression, making 30-1 the necessary prerequisite for most university faculties and other post-secondary institutions.

      Open Site(s)
      • Harry Ainlay
      • Jasper Place
      Closed Site(s)
      (only students registered at that school can attend)

        Prerequisite: Language Arts 9 (60%+ recommended)

        Credits: 5

        English 20-1

        Students in English 20-1 will analyze, respond to and create complex texts as well as identify and examine ways in which cultural and societal influences are reflected in a variety of Canadian and international texts. The 10-1, 20-1, 30-1 course sequence challenges students to develop a level of sophistication in their literary analyses and written expression, making 30-1 the necessary prerequisite for most university faculties and other post-secondary institutions.

        Open Site(s)
        • Harry Ainlay
        • Lillian Osborne
        • J. Percy Page
        • Queen Elizabeth
        • Jasper Place
        • M.E. LaZerte / Eastglen
        Closed Site(s)
        (only students registered at that school can attend)

          Prerequisite: English 10-1 (50%) or English 20-2 (65%)

          Credits: 5

          English 30-1

          Students in English 30-1 will analyze, respond to and create complex texts as well as identify and examine ways in which cultural and societal influences are reflected in a variety of Canadian and international texts. The 10-1, 20-1, 30-1 course sequence challenges students to develop a level of sophistication in their literary analyzes and written expression, making 30-1 the necessary prerequisite for most university faculties and other post-secondary institutions.

          Open Site(s)
          • Harry Ainlay
          • Lillian Osborne
          • J. Percy Page
          • Queen Elizabeth
          • Jasper Place
          • M.E. LaZerte / Eastglen

          Prerequisite: English 20-1 (50%) or English 30-2 (50%)

          Credits: 5

          Students must write a provincial diploma examination. Click here for details.

          For class availability & to register click here and search for Class & Location(Opens a new window)

          Prerequisites

          Please review the prerequisite requirements before registering for your summer school course. Students who register without the prerequisite(s) must withdraw from the course and the $40 non-refundable program fee will be withheld.

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