Summer School 2020
Summer School is a great option for students who wish to complete an additional credit or who may need to upgrade a mark during the summer. Check out the Summer School Information Nights:
1. Check for course offerings on http://www.peelschools.org/summerschool/
2. Registration: Tuesday February 25 – Friday June 19:
Feb. 25 – 8am open to Grade 12 students, and co-op students
Feb. 26 – 8am open to Grade 12, Grade 11 & co-op students
Feb. 27 – 8am open to ALL grades
3. Students please register via STUDENT WEB
Go to lmass.org and click on the "STUDENT WEB" icon.
Be sure to check your BYOD email to make sure you are enrolled.
Summer Co-op: all students must complete the Summer Co-op fillable pdf application form (including Part C) and submit it along with their updated resume and cover letter to their Guidance Counsellor by March 25. Be aware you must be available for Pre-placement and integration dates April-May; full co-op placement July 2 – August 2.
Obtain Parent’s Signature if under 18 years.
Return completed registration forms to counsellor ASAP
For all students registering for ALL summer programs, Counsellor will screen, and approve your registration form: if approved,
Summer School begins Thursday July 2, 2019.
Summer Co-op begins Mon. June 29 - Tues. June 30
Canada Day – July 1 – NO CLASSES
Night School 2019 -20
Check for course offerings on http://www.peelschools.org/adulteducation/nightschool/Pages/default.aspx
Semester 2: registration opens December 3rd.
Students please register via STUDENT WEB (go to lmass.org, click on "Student Web" chicklet & log in)
Counsellor will screen, and approve your registration form: if approved,
semester 2 Night School begins Wednesday February 12, 2020, (and ends May 27).
Check for course offerings, frequently asked questions:
International Languages Classes:
To all students interested in earning additional credits for their OSSD, Peel Continuing Education is offering International Languages classes on Saturday mornings 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. from September – June. The program offers courses in 25 different languages at 17 sites in Mississauga and Brampton. Volunteer opportunities are also available.
High school students can earn up to three credits towards their OSSD through the International Languages Program.
Go to peelschools.org and click on International Languages under Continuing & Adult Education - here.
According to the Ministry of Education, a student must complete 110 hours of course work to earn a credit
You can make an appointment to see your counsellor to discuss options to support your educational goals
Question: Can I apply to both OCAS (colleges) and OUAC (universities)?
Answer: Yes, if you have the admission requirements for both. You have to apply to both application centres.
You have to pay fees for both.
Question: Who can I ask about Scholarships?
Answer: Check out our scholarships Tab.