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Summer School

Online registration will be available on March 5, 2020


Early registrations are encouraged, welcome, and appreciated.
For additional information, please email us or contact the Paul Kane front office at 780.459.4405.

100% attendance is expected in all courses—there is a lot of coursework to be covered in the time allotted, and any lost time is detrimental to the student’s success.

All courses are offered subject to enrollment and availability. 


Core Options

(*only 1 core course selection allowed)

COURSE DATE & TIME

June 29 - July 24 

8.00 a.m. to 12.15 p.m.

 

CREDITS

GRADE 10

GRADE 11

GRADE 12

Biology

5

 

20

30

Chemistry

5

 

20

30

English Language Arts

5

10-1, 10-2

20-1, 20-2

30-1, 30-2

French Language Arts

5

 10

20 

 

Mathematics

5

10C, 10-3

20-1, 20-2, 20-3

30-1, 30-2, 30-3, 31

Physics

5

 

20

30

Science

5

10

20

30

Social Studies

5

10-1, 10-2

20-1, 20-2

30-1, 30-2


Non-Core Options

(*CALM and PE can be taken consecutively)

COURSE TIME

8.00 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.

CREDITS

DATES

GRADE 10

GRADE 11

GRADE 12

CALM 20
Field Trip Fee: $20

3

June 29 - July 6
or
July 7 - July 14

No prerequisites required.
Course can be taken at any point in high school.

Phys Ed
Field Trip Fee: $20

3

June 29 - July 6
or
July 7 - July 14

10

20

 


HeLa Venture Camp

No prerequisites required.
Course can be taken at any point in high school.

CREDITS

SESSION 1

SESSION 2

HeLa Ventures
$640+GST

11

June 29-July 3 (on PK campus)
July 6-July 11 (off campus at HeLa Ventures)

July 6-July 10 (on PK campus)
July 13-July 18 (off campus at HeLa Ventures) 

This popular two-week program offers 11 credits in Phys. Ed., CALM and Forestry. Week One is spent in class at Paul Kane and Week Two is held in camp at HeLa Ventures, a retreat west of Rocky Mountain House.

Students will have the opportunity to:

  • apply unique concepts learned through the CALM 20 and Physical Education curriculum, utilizing outdoor pursuits activities as the medium;
  • experience a variety of outdoor pursuits activities in a safe and supportive environment;
  • experience leadership from both a leader and group member perspective;
  • experience group development and team building concepts;
  • develop an understanding of care and protection of the environment;
  • develop proficiency in a variety of outdoor skills including flat and white-water canoeing,hiking and wilderness living; and
  • develop an interdependent relationship between themselves and other individuals and between themselves and the environment.

 No refunds are possible once registration is complete.

We look forward to seeing you in Summer School!

 


Work Experience

Do you have a summer job? You can get credits for working.
Call our off-Campus Education Office for details 780.459.4405 ext 336

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