Summer School 2021


Thank you to everyone who completed our 2021 Intent Form. This has helped us plan and prepare for Summer School 2021.

The next step in the process is to register for Summer School. 

NLPS Students

Current NLPS students can register by logging into their PowerSchool Student Portal account in a web browser (applications cannot be submitted through the PowerSchool app).

Once you have logged in to your Student Portal account, click on the School Engage icon on the lower left hand side. The Summer School Registration Form will be visible when School Engage opens.

Application Tips

  • Students need to apply using their PowerSchool Student account, not their parent's Parent Portal account. This requires a separate Username and Password. If you do not have a student account set up, please ask your school's administrative assistant for help.

  • School Engage cannot be accessed through the PowerSchool app. To apply for Summer School you need to log in to the Student Portal in a web browser, preferably on a computer. Link: PowerSchool Student Sign In

Out of District Students

Students who are not currently enrolled in an NLPS high school, can apply for Summer School through School Engage.


Fee Payment

To finalize your summer school registration, you will need to pay your fee. 

NLPS student fees will be $25. For students from outside NLPS, the fees will be $50.

Payments can be made through School Cash Online between June 15th and June 30th. Payment must be received by June 30 to participate in the program.

If you do not already have a School Cash Online account, please follow the instructions on our website to set one up:  School Cash Online Instructions.  

You will be contacted by June 30 to confirm whether or not we are able to offer the course during the upcoming session.



Northern Lights Public Schools is pleased to announce that it will be offering Summer School from July 5 to 30.

This year, Summer School will be blended learning, with students expected to focus on their studies each weekday between 8:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. What does that look like? Students will have assigned times that they must meet with their teacher either in person or online. There will also be work that must be done independently. They will also need to come into school for their exams. 

This opportunity is open to all NLPS students who are currently in grades 9 to 12 as well as high school students from other school divisions throughout the province.

To help us with planning for Summer School, we are encouraging all students who might be interested in taking a course to fill out our 2021 Summer School Intent Form prior to May 15. This will help us to finalize which courses we will be able to offer, ensure staffing is in place, and connect with students to discuss their options.

Registration will open on May 15 and information on how to register will be shared with students closer to that date.

Summer School is a great way for students to catch up on lost credits, improve a mark in a course, or complete work experience hours. More information about Summer School is available on our website:

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