Summer School

Important Information and Policies for Summer 2019

Students are eligible to attend summer school at their zoned high school or through Seminole County Virtual School (SCVS). Magnet school students may attend summer school at their magnet school or their zoned high school. Crooms students may attend summer school at their zoned school only.

Semester 1 ( .50 Credit )

May 31, 2019

June 3 - June 12, 2019

7:20 am-2:50 pm Friday

7:20 am-2:50 pm Monday-Thursday

Semester 2 ( .50 Credit )

June 13 - June 27, 2019

(June 13 is a Thurs.)

7:20 am-2:00 pm Monday-Thursday

Registration

Registration for 2019 Summer School is closed.

Summer school at the designated sites is designed for remediation only (except Driver Ed) for the purpose of retaking courses in which the student earned a semester grade of D or F. Courses will be offered via PLATO online learning in a computer lab (PLATO application required) and virtual school (Virtual School registration required). Only Algebra 1, Algebra 1 Honors and ESOL will meet face-to-face. Algebra 1 and Algebra 1 Honors may also be taken as a PLATO or virtual course. PLATO applications are on the reverse side of the summer school application. Virtual courses will be offered for both remediation and acceleration through SCVS. Register for virtual courses online at virtualschool.scps.k12.fl.us

Transition Program

Each high school will host a transition program on their campus. Transportation will be provided for Transition students at all sites. Bus stop to be established by the SCPS Transportation Department.

Student Attendance

Student attendance is expected in order to receive credits in any and all summer school courses. The principal has the authority to withdraw a student from summer school due to non or poor attendance.

Discipline

In order to complete the required instructional time, discipline problems will not be tolerated during summer school. Students with discipline problems will be subject to possible dismissal from summer school. Students are expected to adhere to the Student Conduct and Discipline Code rules and regulations during summer school.