July 5 – July 16 (to be confirmed)

*Courses are subject to change.

Notes

  • Eligibility: Grade 12 (1 credit remaining) others if seats are available.
  • All summer dual credit courses earn one high school credit and one college credit. 
  • Students must have access to reliable internet for Online classes
  • Students will need safety boots and glasses for trade classes
  • APPLICATION FORM

Online

Cyberpsychology: Self and Others in a Wired World

Description:

The study of what happens to the human psyche, human emotions, behaviours, ‘selves’ and group dynamics when engaging with online technologies. Students will be introduced to theories and research concerning online technologies and how online technology changes us, and influences our attitudes and behaviour.

On-Campus (in-person)

Interior Carpentry

Description:

Students will apply the content studied theory in a shop environment by completing hands-on projects specific to framing and interior finishes (ie. wall construction, drywall, trim). Students will be instructed on the proper use of both hand and power carpentry finishing tools and will practice safe use of the common tools encountered on a construction site. Students will also practice proper installation methods in order to meet industry standards.

Exterior Carpentry

Description:

Students will apply the content studied in theory in a shop environment by completing hands-on projects specific to building exterior finishes (ie. framing, siding, roofing). Students will be instructed on the proper use of both hand and power carpentry finishing tools and will practice safe use of the common tools encountered on a construction site. Students will also practice proper installation methods in order to meet industry standards.

Math for the Trades

Description:

Does not count as a compulsory math credit on OSSD but may be used for admission to college trades programs.