Summer School Success
This program helps high school students succeed in summer school by providing them with one-to-one tutoring and homework support.
A student who is registered for a July 2023 summer school course.
A student with suspected or diagnosed learning differences who is going into grades 7-12.
This program is offered only in person at our East Vancouver Learning Centre at 3292 East Broadway.
This program runs July 4-21, Mon – Fri from 1-3pm. The first session begins on Tuesday, July 4th.
This program offers high school students the support they need to be successful attending summer school.
Summer school moves at an accelerated pace. For students with a learning difference, the fast paced nature of summer school often requires additional one-to-one support to solidify key concepts, organize thinking and work, and submit all assignments. Our highly qualified learning support staff and our amazing team of specialized, passionate instructors can help students stay on track with core courses like English, Math, Science and Socials.
Parents or guardians can apply for Summer School Success through our online application form below.
After you have submitted your application, an LDS Team member will contact you to gather more information, answer your questions, and enroll you in the program.
Fees: We’re pleased to offer a generous sliding scale to fees based on household income. Please apply or contact us to learn more.
Applications for Summer School Success are now closed.
What to Expect
Before the Program Begins
After a conversation with an LDS team member, students are placed with an instructor who can best support their learning needs in the subject they are taking.
During the Program
Each student brings their summer school work to their session. Instructors provide ongoing homework support and help students build their study and executive function skills.
After the Program
Our LDS team may make additional recommendations for enrichment activities, including potential one-to-one instruction at one of our Centres or online via RISE at Home.
Become a Donor
Thank you to Vancouver Foundation’s Systems Change funding, which has made this program possible and also greatly assists in making it accessible to households in financial need.
If you would like to contribute to our bursary fund, please consider making a monthly or one time donation.Donate Now Contact Us
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