Summer Session Fees

General Cost Information

BC Residents – Course Fees

  • Elementary and Middle Years Summer Learning – FREE
  • Secondary – Academic Remedial – FREE*
    • as a textbook deposit, secondary students must bring a $75 cheque to the first day of classes. The cheque will not be cashed by the Langley School District as long as the textbook is returned in good condition at the end of Summer Session.
  • Secondary – Full Credit – FREE*
    • as a textbook deposit, secondary students must bring a $75 cheque to the first day of classes. The cheque will not be cashed by the Langley School District as long as the textbook is returned in good condition at the end of Summer Session.
  • *Graduated Adults taking Secondary courses – $375 / course (see information below)
    • as a textbook deposit, secondary students must bring a $75 cheque to the first day of classes. The cheque will not be cashed by the Langley School District as long as the textbook is returned in good condition at the end of Summer Session.
  • Non-Credit ELL (ESL) Courses – $300 / course

Non-BC residents and International Students – Course Fees

  • Elementary and Middle Years Summer Learning – $450 / per course
  • Secondary – Academic Remedial – $450 / per course
    • as a textbook deposit, secondary students must bring a $75 cheque to the first day of classes. The cheque will not be cashed by the Langley School District as long as the textbook is returned in good condition at the end of Summer Session.
  • Secondary – Full Credit – $900 / course
    • as a textbook deposit, secondary students must bring a $75 cheque to the first day of classes. The cheque will not be cashed by the Langley School District as long as the textbook is returned in good condition at the end of Summer Session.
  • Non-Credit ELL (ESL) Course – $600 / course

Information Regarding Student Categories

  • *Graduated Adults – If you are a high school graduate (from any jurisdiction) and you were born before July 1, 1998 you are considered by the BC Ministry of Education to be a Graduated Adult student and are not eligible for tuition free courses. The cost per course is $375.
  • Graduated, School Aged Student – graduated students who are BC residents and born on or after July 1, 1998 are considered to be ‘school aged students’ by the BC Ministry of Education and are eligible to take courses tuition free as part of Summer Session 2017.
  • Non-Graduated Adults – any student who is a BC resident and has not graduated from high school (regardless of age) is eligible for tuition free courses.