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Participants in the high school summer school program are driven by assorted goals. Some students are working to advance in a subject area, some are recovering a failed credit, and others are fulfilling a graduation requirement that will not fit in their school year schedule. Students can earn one semester credit during each session of Summer School.
Students entering 7th and 8th grade who successfully complete Algebra I or Geometry during summer school with a passing grade will not be required to take Algebra I or Geometry in high school. All students will need to fulfill the District 20 graduation requirements, which include three years of math during grades 9 through 12.
Entering 9th grade students will be given high school credit for all high school courses offered during District 20 summer school in which they earn a passing grade.
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Additional opportunities for HS students:
Click link for application for volunteer summer school student aides: