Summer School registration at Sask DLC is open!

Lighten your fall class load or get back on track by registering for one of our 70 high school summer classes!

Don't miss out - registration closes June 24, 2024.

All Summer School courses are charged directly to the student at a cost of $500, per course.

Summer School Course Catalogue

Summer School Registration

How long is Summer school?

Summer school starts Tuesday, July 2 and ends Friday, August 9.

Students have six-weeks to complete their 100-hour course work.

How does it work?

Students have approximately six weeks to complete their coursework and write their final exam.

Students can expect to spend approximately 3-4 hours per weekday to complete the course, plus any time needed to complete homework.

All Summer school courses will be asynchronous (online).

What does it cost?

Summer School is available to all Saskatchewan students at a cost of $500 per course.

Students are charged directly for Summer School courses. Payment must be received prior to starting the course.

What support will be provided?

All students will have regular contact with their Sask DLC teacher through Teams, phone calls and email.

How many courses can I take?

It is recommended that students take one Summer School course (3-4 hours a day). However, if the student has enough time to dedicate they are able to take up to two Summer School courses (6-8 hours a day).

What is the refund policy?

If you drop a Summer School course prior to July 8, 2024 you will receive a full refund; however, if you drop a course after this date, there will be no refunds.

How to Apply

Request A Summer School Course

Request a Summer School course using the above register button.

Make Payment

Complete the payment for the course.

Receive confirmation

Sask DLC will send you an email confirming you're enrollment and information on how to access your course(s).

Start Learning

On July 2, start your online learning.

Saskatchewan Distance Learning Centre provides Kindergarten to Grade 12 courses to Saskatchewan students who choose to study online. We empower students and families to choose the learning environment that works best for them, while supporting their graduation plan.