Summer School Blended Learning Format
Summer School courses are conducted using a blended learning format. This means that coursework is completed online, and teachers are available for small-group and one-on-one tutoring when needed. Summer School is an opportunity for students to catch up on credits they missed, so students must be self-motivated. In order to help with motivation, students will be required to physically attend Summer School for the first four days and the last four days of Summer School.
After the first four days, courses are independent study and online. Students will not need to attend class each day as long as the student stays on-track. Students WILL be required to have all Unit tests proctored by a teacher on-site at the high school.
Teachers are also available every day of summer school to tutor and provide quiet work environment. Students may come every day to sit in the classroom and get help.
Students who do not stay on pace with the assignments in their class will be required to physically attend class until they are back on pace.