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Summer Learning
School District No. 43(Coquitlam)
EAL Courses (for English Language Learners - ELL)

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Registration Dates:



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Program Information:

All registration is online.  All students must create or update their account before registering for a summer course.  Do this today!  Registration & Account Info

School District 43 students, please see your EAL teacher or counsellor to get your access code.  You MUST have an ACCESS CODE to register online for the Canadian Studies 10 and Composition 11.  English for Newcomer classes do not require an access code.

Out-of-District students, please have your EAL teacher or counsellor call our office at 604.936.4261 for information.

Please make course selections carefully when registering.   A refundable $100 deposit applies.  There are transfer and/or withdrawal fees associated with course changes.  See Fees and Refunds/Withdrawals (note that our refund and withdrawal policies have changed this year. Please review them thoroughly).

Course offerings and schedule may change during registration based on registration 

PLEASE CHECK ONLINE FAST TRACK for more course offerings or if sections below are full.

Course Information :

 COURSESMiller Park ElementaryWalton ElementaryHillcrest MiddleCharles Best Secondary
English for School Success Gr. 1-3Y​​Y
English for School Success Gr. 4-5 ​Y ​Y 
​English for School Success Gr. 6-8Y
English for School Success Gr. 9-12


 COURSES (Course code required in order to register)YY  
Canadian Studies 10 (Advanced Credit Courses)Y
Composition 11 (Advanced Credit Courses) YY 


Additional Information:

English for School Success Gr 1-8:    Designed for students new to English and to Canada, this program teaches beginner's English language skills that will support future academic success and introduces students to Canadian culture.

English for School Success Gr 9-12:   This beginner EAL course is designed to help students who are new to Canada or the English Language in improving basic English skills in the areas of speaking, listening, reading, writing with an emphasis on oral communication skills. In this course students will also be introduced to Canada and Canadian culture.  Level 1 students must choose the morning course, Level 2 students must choose the afternoon course.


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*Classes may be combined, cancelled or moved where necessary.

Courses marked "Y" are offered at the specific school in that column.  Once registration starts they are either marked "Open" meaning there is plenty of space in the course or "Space is limited" meaning there may be limited space left in this course.  When registering online you will be informed if a particular course is full.  If course is full please select a different course or check back regularly as space may become available.



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