P.A. Day Programs

For Grades 7 – 12

Program overview


Queen’s University graduate and accomplished undergraduate students will be your guides as we learn and explore the most timely and relevant academic topics shaping our world today. Full-day Synchronous virtual programs on PA Days scheduled by the School Boards from across Ontario. Computer science, Indigenous Studies, Artificial Intelligence, Commerce & Innovation, and more! Students receive a certificate of participation. Grades 7 through 12 3+ hours of live lectures and activities with instructors and Queen’s ESU Staff 3+ hours of self-study and self-directed learning.


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    Program Highlights

    State-of-the-Art Facilities

    Students study an interesting topic during a P.A. Day

    Academic Courses

    A fast in depth program virtual program

    Classroom Time

    8 hours of classroom instruction

    Taught by Queen's Experts

    Courses taught by Queen’s students, faculty & community professionals

    Connect with Peers

    Learn and connect with like-minded peers

    Classroom Time

    Mentorship by Queen’s students


    Resources


    2018 SEEDS At A Glance

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    2018 SEEDS Course Descriptions

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    SEEDS Sample Schedule

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    2018 SEEDS Program Guide

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    Example Activities

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    ESU Policies

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    Web Development Intensive - Course Overview

    This PDF is a quick overview of the P.A. Program for February 2022. Open PDF in New Tab

    P.A. Program Guide Details

    This PDF is the Program Guide of the P.A. Program for February 2022. Open PDF in New Tab

    ESU Policies

    Visit our Policies page to access PDFs of the various policies pertaining to the program and the University. View the Policies Page

    Sample Activities

    Visit the Programs page to see some of the activities you will get to take part in. View the Sample Activities

    Campus Map

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