Summer School

The Upper Grand District School Board is once again offering an extensive selection of courses this summer for students. There are several summer school program options:

  • New/improvement credit (4 weeks)
  • Co-op Program
  • e-Learning
  • Literacy and/or numeracy support for grade 7 & 8 students

* Please note - students may only register for one summer school program.

New/Improvement Credit

Summer School 2017 will run from Wednesday, July 5 to Tuesday, August 1, 2017 - all classes will be 4 weeks in length.

Classes run from 8:30 am to 2:00 pm daily.  Secondary classes will be offered at a location to be determined (please check back for more information in the spring).


Co-op

Summer Co-op programs integrate classroom theory, some online work and practical experience in the workplace. All students can benefit from a co-op experience regardless of the post-secondary destination of choice. Students earn two high school credits by participating in this program.  This program is intended for Upper Grand or Wellington Catholic students, at least 14 years of age, who have completed the grade 10 Careers course or a course linked to desired area of work.  Please find more information on our Summer School Co-op Student Info Sheet 2017.  To register, students need to do the following (also, see our Summer School Co-op Registration Help Sheet for some tips):

  • Please complete the online late registration form at  https://goo.gl/doVQNo and follow the instructions below. Deadline to register for this summer's program is March 10, 2017

  • Record CODE (provided after successfully completing online form) on paper application form

  • Get two teacher reference forms completed and submit to guidance

  • Find at least 2 possible placement choices and gather contact information for application - students outside the City of Guelph must discuss with semester 2 co-op teacher - contact info will be needed for the online application form

  • Sign and have parent/guardian sign the paper application form

  • Submit complete package to guidance at their home school

  • Students must be prepared to attend a pre-course information and interview night, April 12, 2017 from 7 - 9 pm (at Cont. Education for Guelph & surrounding area, Centre Wellington D.H.S. for Wellington and Dufferin County students).  Further, students must be able to attend Wednesday evening pre-placement classes from April 26 to June 14 from 6 pm - 9 pm.

Literacy/Numeracy - Grade 7 & 8 Program

More information will be available in schools later in the spring.


Contact us:

Guelph Orangeville

Wellington Centre for Continuing Education
1428 Gordon St. S.
Guelph, ON
Ph: (519) 836-7280
Fax: (519) 837-0244

Dufferin Centre for Continuing Education
40 Amelia St.
Orangeville, ON
Ph: (519) 941-2661
Fax: (519) 942-2353