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High School Summer School

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The Dysart Unified School District is expanding Summer School options this year to keep students on track, and to provide opportunities for them to remediate their grades or advance the accumulation of their high school credits.  Courses are available for K-12th graders, and will be offered in a variety of ways, including online through Dysart’s iSchool program, or in person on various campuses. All Dysart Summer School options are being offered at no cost.

Summer School assists 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.

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.   See options information below.

Summer School is offered online through iSchool and in person at various campuses.  All classes are offered contingent upon sufficient enrollment and teacher availability.

Summer School teachers are experts in their subject matter and skilled in 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.

 

 

Online iSchool Summer School (Grades 8-12)
 

iSchool Summer School registration  is now closed for iSchool summer school.  All finals should be taken in person at one of the four High School campuses by noon on Thursday, June 24, 2021.

Dysart iSchool Summer School will run April 12 through June 24. There is no cost for summer school courses. Current high school students who choose to begin on April 12 could possibly complete 1.0 credit during Summer School if they sign up for two courses. Students who begin summer school at the end of the 2020-2021 school year will only be able to complete one course for .5 credit.
All offered courses meet graduation requirements and are taught by certified teachers. While coursework is online, students will have access to in-person instructors for additional support, if needed. Students are required to take an in person final exam before noon on June 24 to complete the course.

Dysart iSchool Summer School is open to students from the four Dysart high schools, as well as students from other districts and charter schools. Current Dysart students that are interested can register with their school counselors, and current eighth graders may contact the iSchool office at 623.876.7872.



The Dysart Unified School District has five online options for taking a course and being successful.

Current High School Students
Current high school students have three summer school options that include credit recovery, catching up, or getting ahead.

Option 1: April 12 - June 24, 2021
0.5 Credit (1 Course)

Option 2: April 12 - June 24 2021
1.0 Credit (2 Courses)

Option 3.: June 1 - June 24, 2021
0.5 Credit (1 Course)

 



Current 8th Grade Students
Incoming freshman have two summer school options that offer students the opportunity to get ahead.  In Option 4, incoming  Freshmen can take one elective course.  In Option 5, incoming freshman options are limited to Algebra, Geometry, Spanish, American Sign Language, and Physical Education.  Students may only enroll in Geometry if the Algebra 1 and 2 credit has been awarded.


Option 4 : June 1 - June 24, 2021
0.5 Credit (1 Course)
 

Option 5: April 12- June 24, 2021
1.0 Credit (2 Courses)

 



Additional Information

  • All finals must be taken in person and  are proctored by iSchool Instructors.  Finals need to be taken in the high school Student Commons at the end of the course and no later than June 24, 2021 by noon.
  • Student instructor in-person support will be provided after school hours for the remainder of the school year in the Student Commons.  There will be morning support hours at all four high school campuses in June and evening support hours at Dysart High School and Valley Vista High School in June. 


How to Sign Up

  • iSchool Registration is now closed


Time Commitment 

  • With a 0.5 credit course completed over two months, students should expect to spend approximately 10 hours per week. Students are required to be present to take the final in person.
  • With a 1 credit course completed over two months, students should expect to spend approximately 20 hours per week. Students are required to be present to take the final in person.
  • With a 0.5 credit course completed over one month, students should expect to spend approximately 20 hours per week. Students are required to be present to take the final in person.

 
 

In Person Summer School (Grades K-12)
 

Limited in-person Summer School opportunities are available for K-12th grade students during two sessions. The first session will run June 7-24, 2021 and the second session is July 6-22. Programs offered vary by site and grade level. Specific details will be shared by schools for students that qualify. For additional information, contact your school front office or high school counselor.