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Lambton Kent District School Board
Every Student, Every Day
Summer Semester Dual Credit

‚Äč‚Äč‚Äč‚Äč‚ÄčSuperintendent of Education:  Mary Mancini

System Coordinator:  Jim Morton, 
‚ÄčDual Credit Coordinator:  Tawny McCormick,‚Äč

Lambton College and St. Clair College will be offering online Summer Dual Credit courses available to secondary school students throughout the LKDSB.

Lambton College         Lambton College Summer Dual Credit Flyer.pdf

  • ‚ÄčThe Great Outdoors (PAA4T1) (watch the promotion video here‚Äč)‚Äč
  • Digital Photography (AFK4T1)

St. Clair College            St. Clair College Summer Dual Credit Flyer.pdf
  • Eat Well, Be Well (HFC4T1)
  • Hospitality Certifications (TFD4T1)
  • Positive Child Guidance (TOR4T1)
  • Basic Psychology (HBB4T1)
  • Wellness, Mind and Body (PPJ4T1)
  • Criminology (HCC4T1)‚Äč


  • Monday, July 5 to Friday, July 16
  • Lambton College:  8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (Orientation: Friday, July 2, 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.)
  • St. Clair College:  9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (1 hour lunch)

  • The Summer Dual Credit Program is being delivered in a synchronous format.  Students are expected to log in daily during the scheduled class time.

Technology Requirements
  • Digital Photography
    • Students will require a smart phone or tablet
    • A DSLR camera is not required
  • A Wi-Fi enabled device (computer, Chromebook, tablet)

  • This program will be filled based on the following priorities:
    • Students who need one or two credits to graduate
    • Students who need a credit to become eligible for entry to SWAC
    • Students who need to get ‚Äúback on track‚ÄĚ 


  • Please contact your high school guidance counsellor to apply.  
  • Lambton College deadline: June 24    Summer Dual Credit 2021 Application.pdf
  • St. Clair College deadline: June 18       Apply via PRISM.

Program Benefits

  • Typically, the appeal of the Summer Dual Credit Program is the face-to-face delivery model.  Unfortunately, that is not possible this year.  However, these courses do offer students:
    • The ability to earn a high school (and college!) credit;
    • A condensed delivery model;
    • Unique course options that are not typically available in an e-learning program.