Summer School

  • Summer School 2020

    Summer School is NOT Extended Learning Opportunities (ELO)

    If you failed a core Math, Science or Language Arts class with a grade of 50-59%, you should NOT sign up for Summer School. Your teacher should be reaching out to you with the opportunity to complete missing assignments to get that score up to a 60%. That make-up work may be done in Google Classroom or using paper packets. DO NOT SIGN UP FOR SUMMER SCHOOL!


    Enrollment and Payment

    Note to all original credit students only: after you register online for your classes at, proceed to to pay. Thank you!


    All summer school classes will be held online using Edgenuity this summer. If you have not used Edgenuity before, you can watch this short introductory video for assistance:


    Recovery Credit

    If you are enrolling for recovery credit, you may select up to two classes for recovery, but you will only be enrolled in the first class in Edgenuity. If you pass that class and enough time remains to complete the second class, we will enroll you for that class as well. There is no cost for credit recovery classes.


    Original Credit

    We are offering Government and Financial Literacy for original credit this summer. Students entering their senior year may take Government, and students entering their junior or senior year may take Financial Literacy. The cost is $90 per class, and you will be enrolled in both classes immediately. You may pay online at Once you are signed in, click on Events & Activities > Summer Programs and click on your student's first name. If you would like to pay in person, please call 973-7200 to see if arrangements can be made. It may be difficult to pay in person due to restrictions related to the state-mandated closure of public schools.


    Enrollment Link

    Register online at Registration closes May 26th - the sooner you register, the sooner you can get started on earning credits!


    Questions and Technical Support

    Please call 973-7221 for general questions or technical support. You may also e-mail Mr. Dunkelberger at

Last Modified on May 18, 2020