High School Summer Programs 2018
to remediate a "D" or "F"
APEX Learning Online
Although these classes are online, students must still report each day for class so that our teachers can monitor student progress. Additionally, all exams MUST be completed in class. Students may need to do some daily work and study at home in order to complete the course prior to the end of summer school on July 21. If students complete their course early, they will be excused from daily attendance for the remainder of the summer.
- 5 credits (1 semester) - June 18 through July 20 (8:00AM - 10:00AM or 10:30AM - 12:30PM)
- 10 credits (2 semester) June 18 through July 20 (8:00AM 12:30PM)
- Math (Algebra P, Geometry P, Algebra II P, PreCalc P)
- English (English 9 P, English 10 P, English 11 P, English 12 P)
- History (World History P, US History P, Government, Economics)
- Science (Chemistry P, Biology P) Students taking one of these classes will also need to complete 1 lab assignment per week immediately following the 12:30 dismissal time. Schedule to be determined by teacher.
- World Language (Spanish I P, Spanish II P, French 1 P, French II P)
GET Ahead - Classes for Acceleration
June 18 July 20, 2018
8:00 a.m. 12:30 p.m.
Due to high interest in Get Ahead courses, we have a lottery for spaces. In order to be enrolled, a student must submit a completed Get Ahead application no later than Friday, May 4, 2018 to your counselor. Late applications will be added to the bottom of the waitlist in the order they are received.
- Chemistry P
Prerequisite - Currently in grades 10 or 11. Students MUST have completed Algebra II P with a grade of “A” each semester or Algebra II HP with a grade of “B” or higher both semesters. (Because of the highly accelerated nature of this class, students must have a strong Math background so that they can focus on Chemistry principles in the class without having to review math concepts.)
- Geometry P
Prerequisite - Current 9th graders only. Student MUST be in Algebra I with a grade of “C” or higher both semesters.
Due to the fast pace of summer classes, attendance is critical. Students missing 3 days of class may be dropped from summer school.
A tardy of 30 minutes or more is equivalent to an absence. This policy is in effect for both traditional and online classes.
Attending summer school is a privilege. All school rules will be enforced. Once again, because the curriculum is so compressed, it is critical that students behave properly and not distract their peers in class. Inappropriate and/or distracting behavior will be dealt with accordingly. Consequences may include being dismissed from summer school.
All online coursework MUST be completed no later than July 20. No work will be accepted after that date. Therefore, it is strongly recommended that students work diligently both in the computer lab and at home.
All tests for online classes MUST be taken in the classroom, in the presence of the teacher in charge.
Students who are able to complete their ONLINE course prior to July 20 will be dismissed early (a good incentive to do some work at home)
There are limited seats in summer school and completing and submitting this registration form does not guarantee enrollment in summer school. Class availability is contingent on teacher availability.
Registration forms will be available starting April 17. Please have your student see their counselor and return the registration form to them no later than May 4, 2018.