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Summer School 2024

 

Summer school for 2024 is now open for registration.
  

Purpose of Summer School

Our summer school program is for credit recovery only.  Credit recovery is a process for recovering a credit for a course that a student has previously failed.  Original credit during summer school will be considered ONLY as a means of reaching summer graduation and/or promotion leading into the fall semester.
   

Summer School Details

Summer School will be from July 8 - August 2, 2024.
  

Courses available for credit recovery include: 

  • English I - IV, 

  • Intro Math, Foundations of Math 1-3, Math 1 - 4

  • Biology, Chemistry, Physical Science, Physics, Earth Science

  • Civic Literacy, World History, American History, Economics & Personal Finance
       

Program details include:

  • WCPSS placement criteria will be followed and this prioritizes students by year of graduation.

  • Summer school is provided as an in-person program only.

  • Credit recovery will be through a computer-based platform, not through direct instruction.

  • Students will choose between two session options:  (1) 8:00 - 11:00 am, and (2) 11:30am - 2:30pm.

  • Students must be present.  If a student is absent more than two times, their seat will be given to another student on the waitlist.

  • Students are considered "finished" upon completion of their course.  The quicker and harder that students work at this program, the quicker they will be finished with summer school.  Students are not required to attend beyond finishing their course(s).

  • Transportation is not provided.

  • Meal service is not provided.

  • There is no fee to participate in credit recovery summer school.
       

Enrollment in Summer School

Students register using this google form.  Students should check their WCPSS email regularly as this will be used to communicate next steps if the student is accepted for placement in summer school.
        

Questions?

Questions about the summer school program should be directed to Assistant Principal Doug Poppe (dpoppe@wcpss.net).  Questions about how summer school will impact the transcript and/or graduation plan should be directed to the student’s counselor.