The International Summer School Program (ISSP) provides students with an opportunity to complete one (1) credit in a classroom setting tailored to their specific language needs. International Summer School classes allow students to improve a wide range of skill sets and learning skills within a Canadian school environment.
Students will have the opportunity to participate in afternoon activities after class. These optional activities may include visiting the world famous Niagara Falls, the historic Ireland House museum, and discovering Halton Region’s beautiful parks and trails.
Learn more about what Halton Region and the Greater Toronto and Niagara Area has to offer.
Learning Strategies for International Students
GLS10 – Grade 9 credit
This full credit course teaches students to develop and apply their literacy and numeracy skills, personal-management skills, as well as their interpersonal and teamwork skills to improve achievement in school.
This course also helps students build confidence to pursue opportunities in secondary school, the workplace, and beyond.
Literacy Skills – Reading & Writing
ELS20l – Grade 10 credit
This full credit course is designed to help students strengthen their reading and writing skills, providing them with additional literacy support in order to graduate secondary school.
Please note: Class availability is subject to change.
Summer School Details
Date: July 2 – 25, 2019 (Monday to Friday)
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 1:50 p.m.
Location: Corpus Christi Catholic Secondary School
HCDSB Course: $1,750.00 – Includes Ingle Medical Insurance
Activities: Students have the option to partake in afternoon activities at an additional cost. Please contact email@example.com for details.
How to Apply
New International Secondary School Students
- Complete an International Student Summer Program admission form
- Submit your payment (please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for payment information)
- Email the 2 completed forms to email@example.com
Please note: We maintain the right to cancel the ISSP prior to its start due to low enrolment.