Mentor College offers a summer programme in which students have the opportunity to earn a high school credit during the summer. It is a five-week programme in which students enroll in one course.
Registration opens in early February.
Classes are taught at the Mentor College Main Campus.
Core French - FSF1P (Applied)
Core French - FSF1D (Academic)
Canadian History since World War I - CHC2D (Academic)
Science - SNC2D (Academic)
English - ENG3U (University Preparation)
Functions and Relations - MCR3U (University Preparation)
Functions and Applications - MCF3M (University/College)
Chemistry - SCH3U (University Preparation)
English - ENG4U (University Preparation)
Advanced Functions - MHF4U (University Preparation)
Mathematics of Data Management - MDM4U (University Preparation)
*These courses will be delivered in an online asynchronous learning environment. This means that students will be required to be at school during the regular summer school hours (9:00-1:45) - during which time they will be in a teacher-supervised classroom; be provided with a school-issued laptop for use at school; have access to their subject teacher via Edsby message and occasional Teams meetings; be required to submit all work online via Edsby; be involved in Edsby discussions with teacher and other students; and complete all culminating activities online.