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Summer School

male student holding a laptopSummer School 2017

The Dysart Unified School District is conducting Summer School to assist those students who need credits to graduate on time, remediate grades or wish to graduate as soon as possible. Summer School is operating as a service to the community. Students from all four high schools are eligible to attend, as well as students from other districts and charter schools.

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.


 iSchool Summer School Registration is now closed.
Please check back with iSchool for new and flexible options for credit recovery, staying on track or getting ahead coming this fall.

Summer School FAQ's

iSchool Site

Dates for Sessions:
Registration Request Window - TBD
Session 1 - TBD
Session 2 - TBD

This summer students have 2 online options:  One for recovering a credit or one for taking a first time credit.  Credit recovery courses will be offered during the first session from May-June. First Time Credit will be offered during the first session from May-June and the second session from July - August.  All finals must be taken in person.  Registration closes May 2017. Students may only register for a maximum of one course each session. For questions about summer school options, please contact the iSchool office at 623-876-7872 or For questions about which summer school course may be appropriate for an individual student, please contact the student's high school counselor.

Instructor support will be available Monday through Thursday at each High School Campus  for Session 1.  

For additional questions, please call the iSchool office at 623.876.7872 or email

**Please note:  All courses offered are contingent upon sufficient enrollment.**

iSchool students are required to take and pass the in-person final exam.  

iSchool students must have access to a computer that meets the system requirements noted below:
  • System Requirements: Windows XP, Windows 7, or Mac OS X
  • Minimum Browser Requirements:  Internet Explorer 7 or Firefox 4