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Summer School Classes

Summer School 2020

  Stage 2 of the province's Relaunch Strategy includes provisions for larger public gatherings and the opening of K-12 schools with specific guidance. As a result, Metro is receiving many questions about whether summer school and summer camps will now be offered in person, online, or with a combination of the learning models.

This year, delivery of summer school and summer camps will continue to be offered online. Our goal is to confidently deliver high-quality learning opportunities to students while adhering to the social distancing requirements that are still in place. Although reopening is underway, we realize that the situation continues to evolve and we want to do what is best for the safety of our students and continuity of programming.

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Build a strong path for academic success with Metro Continuing Education. With Metro’s summer school Math courses, you can complete a 5-credit course in four weeks!

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


Math 10C Prep

This 5 credit option course is for students who have earned 50-64% in grade 9 Math. The class aims to build confidence in students by reinforcing and developing skills in number sense (multiples, factors, integers, fractions) exponents, graphing, solving equations, polynomials and problem solving. Having a strong foundation of these essential skills will benefit students to be more successful in future mathematics courses, specifically Math 10C.

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

    Prerequisite: Recommended for students with 50 - 65% in Math 9

    Credits: 5

    Math 10-3

    This course is designed for students who intend to pursue a career in most trades. Students may enter this course with any mark in Math 9. The 10-3 course sequence is designed to provide students with the mathematical understandings and critical-thinking skills identified for entry into the majority of trades and for direct entry into the work force. The particular topics covered in this course are Measurement, Geometry, Reasoning, Trigonometry, Ratios, and Income.

    Open Site(s)
    • Harry Ainlay
    • J. Percy Page
    • Queen Elizabeth
    Closed Site(s)
    (only students registered at that school can attend)

      Prerequisite: Completed junior high or equivalent. Completed Grade 9 Math.

      Credits: 5

      Math 20-3

      Math 20-3 is designed for students who have successfully completed one of the prerequisites listed below, and is designed to provide students with the mathematical understandings and critical-thinking skills necessary for entry into the majority of trades or for direct entry into the work-force. Topics include: Algebra, Geometry, Measurement, Number, Statistics and Probability. Completion of Math 20-3 will assist students in meeting the mathematics requirement for the high school diploma.

      Open Site(s)
      • J. Percy Page

      Prerequisite: Math 10-3 (50%+) or Math 10C (40%+)

      Credits: 5

      Math 30-3

      Math 30-3 prepares you for entry into the majority of trades and for direct entry into the work force. Topics include: Algebra, Geometry, Measurement, Number, Statistics and Probability.

      Open Site(s)
      • J. Percy Page

      Prerequisite: Math 20-2 (40%+) or Math 20-3 (50%+)

      Credits: 5

      Math 10C

      This course sequence is designed to provide students with the mathematical understandings and critical-thinking skills identified for entry into post-secondary programs that require the study of calculus. In Math 10C, students will develop: spatial sense and proportional reasoning; algebraic reasoning and number sense; and algebraic and graphical reasoning through the study of relations. A graphing calculator is required for this course (preferably TI-83 Plus).

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

        Prerequisite: Math 9 (50%+)

        Credits: 5

        Math 20-2

        Students will prepare for post-secondary studies in programs that do not require the study of calculus. In Math 20-2, students will study: Geometry, Measurement, Numbers and Logic, Logical Reasoning, Relations and Functions, Statistics and Probability. A graphing calculator is required for this course (preferably TI-83 Plus).

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

          Prerequisite: Math 10 Combined (50%+)

          Credits: 5

          Math 30-2

          In the Math 30-2 program, students will prepare for entry into post-secondary programs that do not require advanced mathematical skills, such as Arts, medical technologies, or some apprenticeship programs. Topics include: Logical Reasoning, Probability and Relations and Functions. A graphing calculator is required for this course (preferably TI-83 Plus).

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

          Prerequisite: Math 20-2 (50%+) or Math 20-1 (40%+)

          Credits: 5

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

          Math 20-1

          Students will prepare for entry into post-secondary programs that require the study of calculus. In Math 20-1, students will study: Algebra and Numbers, Trigonometry, and Relations and Functions. A graphing calculator is required for this course (preferably TI-83 Plus).

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

            Prerequisite: Math 10C (50%+, but a mark of 60%+ is strongly recommended)

            Credits: 5

            Math 30-1

            In the Math 30-1 program, students will prepare for entry into post-secondary programs such as engineering, mathematics, sciences or other programs that require advanced math skills. Topics include: Trigonometry, Relations and Functions, Permutations and Combinations and Binomial Theorem. A graphing calculator is required for this course (preferably TI-83 Plus). This course is a co-requisite for Math 31.

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

            Prerequisite: Math 20-1 (50%+, but a mark of 60%+ is strongly recommended)

            Credits: 5

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

            Math 31

            This is the most advanced high school mathematics course and is generally required for admission to engineering or physical sciences at university. It includes: Pre-calculus, Limits, Derivatives and Integration.

            Open Site(s)
            • Harry Ainlay
            • M.E. LaZerte / Eastglen

            Co-requisite: Math 30 Pure (50%+) or Math 30-1 (50%).

            Students without the co-requisite must withdraw from class with no refund if they are under 20 years of age as of September 1 of the current school year.

            Credits: 5


            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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