High School Summer Programme

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. 

How To Register

Registration opens in early February.

Lesson Delivery

Classes are taught at the Mentor College Main Campus.  

Courses Offered

Grade 9

Core French - FSF1P (Applied)
Core French - FSF1D (Academic)

Grade 10

Canadian History since World War I - CHC2D (Academic)
Science - SNC2D (Academic)

Grade 11

English - ENG3U (University Preparation)
Functions and Relations - MCR3U (University Preparation)
Functions and Applications - MCF3M (University/College)
Chemistry - SCH3U (University Preparation)

Grade 12

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.

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