Summer @ Ashbury
The summer experience at Ashbury provides intensive academic credit and subject specific preparation for students in Grades 4–12, pre-IB and mid-IB. Our credit course in mathematics, science, social studies, and careers offer students an opportunity to reach ahead in their academic studies. Our academic workshops allow students to review concepts and understanding as well as develop their skills in mathematics, English, and French. Our experiential programs are an engaging combination of art, science, and technology.
- Ashbury College reserves the right to cancel or change course offerings.
- Fees must be paid in full at the time of registration.
- Refunds are not available for portions of programs not attended.
- There is a 10% non-refundable deposit/administration fee for all programs.
- For Credit Courses, no funds will be reimbursed for withdrawals after June 1st, 2022.
- For Camps & Workshops, no funds will be reimbursed for withdrawals after 1 week (7 days) prior to start of program.
Please note: Cancellations must be made via the Amilia App (download link).
We will be using e-book versions of the required textbooks from Alpha Textbooks. Detailed, step-by-step ordering instructions for the e-books will be sent out at a later date.
Students will use a school-provided iPad for the majority of notetaking and assignments. Some work may still be completed using pen and paper. Students should come each day with appropriate writing tools and a notebook should one be required to supplement their electronic notes, or to write a paper-based assessment.
Ashbury College summer credit courses will be delivered face-to-face at Ashbury College. However, a change to synchronous online learning for all credit courses might be required as a result of circumstances beyond the school’s control. Should shifting circumstances necessitate a change of delivery format from in-person to online, this will be communicated to students and families as soon as possible. In the event of a change of this nature, families will be offered the opportunity for a full refund without penalty.
Given the condensed summer school calendar, a student cannot be absent for more than a total of 10 hours (600 minutes) for a full credit course, and a total of 5 hours (300 minutes) for a half credit course, otherwise credit cannot be awarded according to the ministry standard, nor will a refund be given.