Please Note: The InformNet Summer School Program is for repeater courses only! You may only register for a summer school course if you have taken the course before and have achieved a mark of 30% or higher. If your mark was less than 30%, you must receive permission from your current school before registering for the InformNet Summer School Program.
Students will not be registered for more than 3 classes due to time restrictions and the heavy workload associated with this level of course commitment..
Summer school runs from July 2-July 30
Science 10F, Social Studies 10F, ELA 10F, Math 10F, Physical Education 10F
Essential Math 20S, Intro to Applied and Pre-Calculus Math 20S, ELA 20F, Geography 20F, Science 20F, Physical Education 20F
History of Canada 30F, Applied Math 30S, Pre-Calculus Math 30S, Essential Math 30S, Biology 30S, Chemistry 30S, Physics 30S, ELA Comprehensive Focus 30S, ELA Transactional Focus 30S, Physical Education 30F
Applied Math 40S, Pre-Calculus Math 40S, Essential Math 40S, Biology 40S, Chemistry 40S, Physics 40S, ELA Comprehensive Focus 40S, ELA Transactional Focus 40S, Physical Education 40F
Manitoba's ONLY Online Summer School
- InformNet summer school is available for students who have not successfully completed a particular course(s) during the regular academic year or wish to improve their passing grade.
- The InformNet Summer School Program is available to all students in Manitoba wanting to benefit from the flexibility of an online summer school program.
- InformNet students will have access to 45 hours of instructional material from July 3 to July 29. All related course work must be completed by July 29.
- Summer session courses are repeater based – you need to have taken the course before and have achieved a mark of 30% or higher.
- All online courses have a teacher who is available to the students each day. (Monday to Friday)
- Students need to have access to a computer and the Internet using Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox web browser.
- Students may access course materials 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
- In order to be successful, students need to log in consistently. There is no set time, but logging in one to three hours a day, five times a week, will give the best chance for a successful course completion. The majority of the summer courses consist of four modules. The workload normally consists of one or two assignments per module, discussion and/or journal postings and a module test. (Some courses may also include a final exam). InformNet summer courses are completed 100% online.
- All online courses are facilitated by a certified teacher, who has teaching experience and expertise in the subject area. You may access your course, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Brightspace learning management system contains an internal message and announcement system. Your instructor will send you a welcome message, during the first week of classes. The instructor will also answer any questions you have within 24 hours (not including weekends) and mark any assignments and tests within a timely manner. Please note that you must use the internal email system to contact your teacher.
- Final marks are sent to your home schoo . Please check with your home school and contact the InformNet office if your school informs you that the mark has not been received.
- Students register by clickimg the registration button at the top of the page. Students will need to know their Manitoba Education and Training student Number (MET#). This is a 9 digit number that is given to each student attending school in Manitoba. It is found on the transcript or report card. It is sometimes called a provincial student number. Example: 103 ### 098. The registration link goes live May 3, 2021.
- Visit the FAQ page for more information.
Our Frequently Asked Questions page has the system requirements. If you would like more information prior to registration please visit General Info , or Contact Us for more information. You can register online by completing our Registration Form .