Summer School

Courses designed to provide students with an exceptional academic experience in the early summer.

SCS Summer School

St. Clement’s School offers a number of Ontario credit courses designed to provide students with an exceptional academic experience commencing mid-June. This unique schedule allows course completion by mid-July, affording students more time during their summer months to work, attend camp, travel, or vacation with family.


The Ontario credit courses offered are designed for students who are enrolled in SCS or at schools with a calendar which allows the student to start mid-June. Students attending schools other than SCS must enclose a copy of his or her transcript or a final report card which shows the prerequisite where required.

More Information

Decision regarding whether or not a course will run will be made prior to Monday, May 2, 2016.

Tuition does not cover the cost of textbooks or other materials.

Note: Applications will be processed on a first come, first served basis. A course may be cancelled if there is insufficient enrollment. If a course is cancelled, students will be notified and the deposit refunded if an alternate course is not selected.

Student Attendance: Summer school courses are intense learning experiences that require full participation by students. Students are expected to be in full attendance each day of the course, and any student with more than one absence may be required to withdraw from the course.

For more information, please contact Heather Longpré, Summer School Coordinator at or 416 483 4414 x2248.

2018 Summer School Course Descriptions coming soon

Please click on the individual courses below for further details.

Advanced Functions (MHF4U)

Prerequisite: MCR3U

Students will also refine their use of the mathematical processes necessary for success in senior mathematics. This course is intended both for students taking the Calculus and Vectors course as a prerequisite for a university program and for those wishing to consolidate their understanding of mathematics before proceeding to any one of a variety of university programs.

Students will require a TI-83 or TI-84 graphing calculator.
Text: McGraw Hill Advanced Functions 12 (ISBN-10: 0-07-0266360 or ISBN: 9780070-266360 or ISBN: 0070266360)

Note: Registration for this course is now closed.

Cooperative Education

Prerequisite: Career Studies GLC2O. Students must submit a separate Cooperative Education Placement Interest Form that will be sent to them upon registration.

This course includes a classroom component, comprising pre-placement and integration activities, and a placement component. The cooperative education placement and credit will be based upon a related successfully completed course of the student’s choice.

The textbook and workbook for Cooperative Education will be supplied by the school and given to the students on the first day of classes. A fee of approximately $55 will be required for these course materials, which is in addition to the standard course tuition. The bulk of the student’s time will be spent at their placement organization. Students are required to arrange their own transportation to and from their placement.

Earth and Space Science (SES4U) online course

Prerequisite: SNC2D

This course is offered through eLearning Consortium Canada. The teacher will post materials and assignments. Students are expected to engage regularly in online discussion with their classmates. Students will explore a range of topics, applying their basic skills of biology, chemistry, physics and mathematics.

There is no textbook required.

Fees and Registration

Dates Registration Fee Registration Deadline Early Bird Fee Early Bird Deadline
In-Class Courses (Coop; MHF4U) June 19 – July 14 $1,525 May 19 $1,395 April 18
Online Course (SES4U) July 4 - July 28 $1,295 May 19 n/a n/a

*Online registration form must accompany deposit


Application Form

Summer School 2015 brochure
Registration for 2017 is now open.

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Registration for 2017 is now closed. Inquiries can be directed to Mark Will, Principal, at or 416 483 4414 x3308.

Contact Us

For questions or comments, please contact Mark Will, Principal, at or 416 483 4414 x3308.