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Summer Semester Dual Credit

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

System Coordinator:  Jim Morton, james.morton@lkdsb.net 
‚ÄčDual Credit Coordinator:  Tawny McCormick, tawny.mccormick@lkdsb.net‚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


 Calendar

  • 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)


Format
  • 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)

Eligibility
  • 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 


Applications

  • 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.