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Summer School

Welcome to Summer School 2022

Enrollment begins on Monday, March 7, 2022, at 3 p.m. and should be completed online through a special Summer School PowerSchool login.

Please check back for enrollment window dates and instructions. Please note that all requests made during the enrollment window will be given equal consideration, they are not dependent on the date/time of the request.

Summer School Dates and Days Off

Online courses will meet starting on May 31st and all courses will conclude on July 8th. Each course meets during both sessions of summer school or all 26 days. All coursework is asynchronous in nature and posted in Schoology. Teachers are not available on weekends, June 20th, July 4th, or July 5th as those are recognized days off for summer school for teachers and students.


How to check enrollment

On Monday, May 2nd, after 3:00 p.m., parents and students will be able to log in to the Parent/Student PowerSchool Portal and click on the Summer School Schedule icon. It will show which course the student is enrolled in. If your student doesn’t have a schedule, then they have been placed on a waitlist.

Visit the Enrollment Page.


By March 16th, 2022, Parents and students will be able to log in to the Parent/Student PowerSchool Portal and click on the Summer School 2022 Edgenuity Enrollment Form icon (left-hand side of the portal- see picture below) to sign up for ONE online Edgenuity course during the 2022 summer session.  This sign up form will not be available on/after June 3, 2022.  Please be sure to consult your home school counselor on course selection before signing up for any Edgenuity course.

The icon will look similar to the one below within the student/parent portal:


By submitting this form, students are acknowledging they understand the expectations of the course and are committed to adhering to the following:

• Unengaged or minimally engaged students will be dropped from the course on June 3rd without the possibility of re-enrollment.
• Dropping the course after June 3rd will result in a permanently transcribed 'F' for the course grade.
• Students may drop the class on or before June 3rd without penalty by contacting the Secondary Summer School office.


Online course offerings for the Summer of 2022

2022 Course Offerings

These courses are offered, but will only be created if at least 10 students request to take the course. Courses that are not created due to a lack of requests will be listed below. PE courses are capped at a total of 120 sign-ups and priority will be given to Seniors first.

Courses Not Being Offered Due to Lack of Staffing or Requests (previously offered):  

Spanish I 1st sem, Spanish I 2nd sem, Spanish II 1st sem, Spanish II 2nd sem, Algebra III, Intro to Alg II, Alg/Geo III 1st sem, Alg/Geo III 2nd sem, Computer Hardware and OS II, Computer Apps II

Summer School Drop Policy

If a student voluntarily drops a class, is dropped due to lack of attendance, or is removed by summer school administration after the 4th day of the Summer School Session the student will receive an “F” on their transcript and the grade will be included in the student’s GPA calculation. This will be the same for both in-seat and online summer school classes.

Early Finals Policy

Failure to take a final exam is a 10% grade reduction. Students who take either in-seat or online summer school classes will not be allowed to take a final prior to the last day of the session unless they can provide documentation for the following exempt absences:

Hospitalization, Death in the family, Mandatory court date, College visits, Religious observance, Documented Doctor’s appointment, Medically documented illness, Documented Dental/Ortho. apt., Verified school counseling/office appointment, School-related activities in which the student is a participant, History of chronic health problems, provided that proper documentation is filed with the Attendance Office or in Health Room.

The following are examples of those absences that will not be considered for an early final request:

Oversleeping, Family vacations, Going “out of town”, Missing the bus, No ride to school, Needed at home, Personal business, Car trouble, Activity camps, Other absences excused by parents.


In-person and Online Summer School 

Director: Frank Honn

For General Questions contact Marshon Stephenson or 816-986-1005.