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Summer School

Student working on laptop at homeThe Dysart Unified School District is conducting Summer School to assist those students who need credits to graduate on time, seek to manage their high school schedule, remediate grades, or wish to graduate as soon as possible.  Students from all four high schools are eligible to attend, as well as students from other districts and charter schools.

Registered high school students can begin coursework on April 17th with the term ending on June 29th.  Incoming freshman can begin classes on June 5th following the completion of the 8th Grade year.  The cost for each course is $150. The last day to register is May 30th.

Summer School assists students who need credits to graduate on time, remediate grades or wish to accrue credits at a faster rate. Current high school students who choose to begin on April 17th could possibly complete 1.0 credits during Summer School while incoming freshman would only be eligible to earn 0.5 credits during the month of June.

For incoming freshmen, Summer School can assist those students who desire to work ahead with classes allowing your high school schedule to open up for those desirable electives.  Incoming Freshmen can take any classes offered, including core subjects like English, Science, Math and Social Studies, as well as Foreign Languages, PE and other electives classes.

Summer School will be offered online this summer through iSchool.  All classes are offered contingent upon sufficient enrollment.

Summer School teachers are highly qualified and experts in their subject matter, as well as talented educators working with high school students.  Our staff is selected from our talented Dysart Unified School District teachers.

Students are held to the same rigorous academic standards at Summer School as they are during the regular school year.  Courses meet all the standards to fulfill the graduation requirements.

 



Registration

  • If you are a Dysart Unified School District Student, please register with your counselor.  
  • If you are a student outside of Dysart and would like to register for summer school please fill out this registration form or call the iSchool office at 623.876.7872 
 

Course Selection


Options for Taking a Course
This summer you are able to  have some choices about how and when you take a course. You may know what you would like to take and are ready to begin or you may want to just wait until June.  Here are some timeline options for you to choose from when you meet with your counselor.

 

Path 1
Who: Current High School Students
When: April 17 - June 29, 2017
What: Credit Recovery, Catch Up, Get Ahead
How Many Credits: 0.5 credits (1 Course)
 

Path 2
Who: Current High School Students
When: April 17 - June 29, 2017
What: Credit Recovery, Catch Up, Get Ahead
How Many Credits: 1 credit (2 Courses)
 

Path 3
Who: Current High School Students
When: June 5 - June 29, 2017
What: Credit Recovery, Catch Up, Get Ahead
How Many Credits: 0.5 credit (1 Course)
 

Path 4
Who: Incoming Freshmen
When: June 5 - June 29, 2017
What: Get Ahead
How Many Credits: 0.5 credit (1 Course)
 

 


Student Instructor Support
  • Students are able to get instructor support at various times on each of the High School campuses in the Collaborative Commons.  These times will be shared with students  when courses begin.

Paying for the Course
There is a $150 tuition fee per 0.5 credit.
  • If you are a Dysart Unified School District student, once you are registered the fee will post to the student account and you will be notified to pay before you begin the course.
  • If you are outside of the district, once you are registered you will be notified that you need to come to the District Office lobby to pay before you begin the course.

Additional Information
  • All finals are proctored face to face by iSchool Instructors upon completion of the course.

iSchool
dysart.org/iSchool
ischool@dysart.org
623.876.7872
 
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