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Summer School

Students who would like to participate in credit recovery can request to attend summer school for the '24 Summer Session held from July 8th - August 2nd (8:30am - 11:30am). Please be sure you have reviewed all Summer School guidelines on the Summer School Information Flyer.

Please be advised that completing this form does not guarantee a seat in Summer School. If you do not receive a seat initially, you will be placed on the waiting list and may receive a seat should one become available. 

APPLY For SUMMER SCHOOL

 

2024 Summer School Information:

Summer School DATES: July 8-August 2 (Monday-Friday) 

Morning Session: 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Afternoon Session: 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

  • Students will be assigned based on space and availability. (one session only)

  • In-person attendance is required

  • Transportation will not be provided.

Supplies Needed Daily for Summer School:

  • WCPSS Laptop with charger

  • Headphones/Earbuds

  • Notebook/paper and pencils/pens

  • Jacket/sweatshirt (or dress in layers)

  • Snack and drink

Summer School seeks to provide an opportunity for credit recovery for courses that a student has taken but did not earn credit. Wakefield High School utilizes the online platform, Imagine Edgenuity to provide individualized instruction to students for recovering credits. Students are not automatically enrolled and must request to attend summer school through submission of this form. “PLEASE NOTE: In order to access application, you MUST use your student WCPSS account.”  


Deadline to apply is Thursday, June 20th. Actual enrollment or waitlist status will be confirmed and communicated by the Summer School Coordinator by Friday, June 28th.

Summer School Coordinator: Mr. Jameil Floyd (jfloyd3@wcpss.net)

The following courses are the only courses available in Edgenuity for Summer School:

English 1

English 2 

English 3

English 4

Foundations of Math 1

Math 1

Foundations of Math 2

Math 2

Foundations of Math 3

Math 3

Math 4

Biology

Earth & Environmental Science

Physical Science

American History

Civics Literacy

Economics & Personal Finance

World History