High School Credit Courses
FOR GRADES 9-12
July 2nd to July 29
Tuesday, July 2nd to Monday, July 29th
Weekdays: 9:00 am- 3:00 pm
WillowWood has a long tradition of delivering targeted, personal education which considers each student's needs, inclinations and strengths. This individualized approach ensures that students are able to discover and embrace their strengths, address their weaknesses, and maintain their dignity.
Classes are small and taught by qualified teachers who work at WillowWood during the school year. The atmosphere is warm, and the pedagogical approach is holistic. The summer school program is an extension of that philosophy, offering students the opportunity to earn a high school credit.
Our program offers
Small group and individualized learning following the Ontario Ministry of Education Growing Success initiative.
High School credits, with 110 hours of instruction in the areas of Math, English, Social Sciences, and Science.
A personal fitness course that teaches students how to improve their level of physical activity and maintain a healthy lifestyle
The high school summer credit courses are an ideal way for new families to experience the outstanding programs and services that WillowWood provides in order to make the best decision about your child’s education.
High School Credit Courses Offered
English 9 to 12 (Academic/University and Applied/College)
Math 9 and 10 (Academic and Applied)
Personal and Fitness Activities (PAF30 and PAF4O)
English as a Second Language, ESL (5 programs, “A” to “E”) NOTE: An assessment test will be used to determine your English proficiency ensuring you’re in the right program.
Ontario Literacy Course* (OLC40)
* Proof of previous unsuccessful score on the Grade 10 Literacy Test is required for OLC4O. Course is designed to help students acquire and demonstrate the cross-curricular literacy.
Courses Offered Based on Enrollment (minimum of 4)
French 9 and 10 (Academic and Applied)
Functions (University Preparation)
Functions and Applications (University/College Preparation)
Foundations of College Mathematics (College Preparation)
Calculus and Vectors (University Preparation)
Mathematics of Data Management (University Preparation)
Canadian History Since WW1 10 (Academic and Applied)
Science 9 and 10 (Academic and Applied)
Civics 10 Open (Half day course)
All courses follow the OSSD Ministry Guidelines
20 Instructional Days, 110 Instructional hours
Lunch Break: 30-minutes
Library and Computer Access: Available outside of class time
Marks: Will be sent out at the end of August.
For more details download the application PDF here.
Contact Walid Dowdie to learn more or to enrol.
email@example.com or 416 444 7644
NOTE: Acceptance will be confirmed within 10 days of receipt of the application and full payment of enrolment fee: $1,500 ($750 for the Civics Half day course).