Summer school applications are now available for rising 10th-12th graders. Rising 10th-11th graders will be able to attend school at Skyline from June 16 - July 21. Summer school dates for rising 12th graders and seniors eligible for summer graduation are June 29 - July 2, however, their school location is still to be determined. This is an opportunity for students to make-up D's or F's. Subject areas potentially available are:
- Algebra 1 & 2
- English 1 - 4
- Spanish 1 & 2
- U.S. History
- World History
an application and course listings
, or students can access hard copies outside the Counseling Office located in the main office hallway. Applications are due Wednesday, April 12th
. Students must turn applications in to the designated location outside of the counseling office.
Guide for Student Summer School Eligibility
- Current seniors who are eligible for summer graduation and/or are not more than 20 credits deficient.
- Current and Rising seniors have priority, then rising 11th graders and finally rising 10th graders if there are places available.
- Students are not eligible for original credit in summer (please see below for exceptions).
- Failed AP courses are not eligible to be recovered in summer school. Students can enroll in a regular course to make up credits for the regular course. For example, if a student failed AP English Language Arts in their 11th grade year, the student can enroll in English 3 during the summer to make up their junior year English requirement. A repeat tag will not be applied.
- Special Day Classes: Special Day Classes are not offered during Academic Recovery/Summer School. Students in SDC classes may not be placed in a regular class to make up a failed SDC class because these are different courses.
- Student with an Independent Education Plan (IEP), please be mindful about placing students with IEP accommodations in a summer school class because we cannot guarantee that those accommodations will be met. Consult with IEP/SpEd coordinator or the appropriate personnel before applying to summer school.