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Summer Institute Registration Opens on March 6, 2019 at 4:00p.m. 

We are pleased to offer online registration this year. Please visit the Summer Institute registration page​ on or after March 6 for the online registration link.
 
Families can continue to register in person or by mail on or after March 6.

 

Summer Institute

The York Region District School Board’s Summer Institute offers academic, recreational and athletic programs and activities with intentional links to the Ontario Curriculum for children and youth entering Senior Kindergarten to Grade 8. 

Weekly Sessions

July 2, 2019 to August 9 2019

Week A - July 2 to July 5 (4-day week)
Week B - July 8 to 12
Week C - July 15 to 19
Week D - July 22 to 26
Week E - July 29 to August 2
Week F - August 6 to 9 (4-day week)

Weekly ​Fees

York Region District School Board fees $110 (4-day week), $125 (5-day week)
Non-York Region District School Board fees $135 (4-day week), $160 (5-day week)
 
Before and after care is offered by the YMCA for an additional cost.

Cancellation Policy

Before June 1, 2019 will be fully refunded less a $25.00 per week, per child, administration surcharge.  After June 1, 2019, the full registration fee is non-refundable. 

Locations

Programs are offered at locations in Richmond Hill, Markham, Stouffville, Newmarket, Woodbridge, Vaughan and Georgina from 9:00 am - 3:30 pm with extended YMCA before and aftercare programs available at all locations.

Please note that due to construction and renovation work at some school sites, some programs will be offered at different locations this year. Please reviewprogram options, electives and program locations prior to registering.  

The Summer Institute is being offered to community members as a component of the Performance Plus (P+) Family of Schools.

  • The “Performance” in the program’s name refers to student achievement and well-being.
  • The “Plus” in the program’s name refers to the additional resources and leadership that can enhance learning in elementary schools in neighbourhoods affected by poverty.
  • Additional resources and leadership bring school staff members, families and communities together to ensure that every child is prepared to learn.
 
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