Summer School & Night School
Summer School Information
HDSB Summer School course offerings, frequently asked questions, and detailed information are posted on the HDSB Secondary Summer School Webpage, and on the Gary Allan Learning Centre website.
At this time, courses are expected to be offered in-class at select locations throughout the Halton Region, as well as online. Summer school runs from Monday July 4th to Friday July 29th. In-class courses run from 8:00am to 1:30pm, Monday to Friday. eLearning courses run from 8:30am to 2:00pm, Monday to Friday.
Please note that in-class courses may be changed to virtual, online learning pending Covid-19 developments.
Summer School registration will be completed via the student's myBlueprint account. To register, students must log into their myBlueprint account and choose the course they wish to take under “Continuing Education”.
Students may enroll in one of the following options:
1 full credit course (either in-person or eLearning-synchronous)
2 half credit courses (Civics and Careers - done through eLearning-asynchronous)
1 full credit course (in-person or eLearning-synchronous) PLUS up to 2 half credit courses (done through eLearning-asynchronous)
1 full credit course (in-person or eLearning-synchronous) PLUS up to 2 upgrade courses (eLearning-asynchronous)
Summer school registration closes on June 29th at 4:00pm.
Full Credit – Full credit courses consist of 110 hours of instruction. Students who wish to take a new course or who were unsuccessful in a previous course, must register for the full credit course.
Half Credit – Half credit courses consist of 55 hours of instruction. (careers (GLC2O) and civics (CHV2O))
Upgrade Credit - Half credit courses consist of 55 hours of instruction. Current HDSB students may enroll in upgrade courses to improve their understanding and/or their mark in a course they have successfully completed in the 2021/2022 school year only.
Halton Catholic District School Board Summer School
Full course listings, a registration form and information can be found at the following link:
Full details and information for HDSB Night School can be found on the Night School page of the Gary Allan High School website.
Night School is offered each semester at multiple school sites in each community in Halton through Gary Allan High School. Students can earn secondary school credits in English, Math, and full year long International Languages.
Students can register for Night School through their MyBlueprint account under the ‘Continuing Education’ menu.
For more information, please visit garyallan.ca and/or speak with a Hayden Guidance counsellor for more information and to assist with night school registration.