Ann Arbor Public Schools Summer 2013
High School Summer School Program

Traditional Summer School

Traditional Summer School Program Guide

Traditional Summer School Program Guide (click to download)

How To Register for Summer Classes

Registration is June 19th  – 21st & 24th at Huron High School

****  Updated Registration Times ***** (updated 6/18/2013)

Monday 6/17 High School Parent Information Meeting at 6:00 pm at Huron High School
Tuesday 6/18 Middle School Parent Information Meeting at 6:00 pm at Huron High School
Registration Dates / Times Session 1 Session 2
Wednesday 6/19 10:00 am – 12:00 pm 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Thursday 6/20 1:00 pm- 4:00 pm 5:00pm – 7:00 pm
Friday 6/21 10:00 am – 12:00 pm 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Monday 6/24 8:00 am - 10:00 am 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm


Both parent and student need to attend registration. There are forms for both to complete and sign. Tuition is due at the time of registration. Cash, check, Visa and MasterCard accepted. Checks are payable to Ann Arbor Public Schools; there will be a $20.00 charge for checks returned due to insufficient funds.

Traditional High School Academic Program

The primary goal of the Ann Arbor Public Schools Secondary Summer School is to provide students who have completed grades 9-12 with a second opportunity to master or improve upon subject matter attempted during the prior school year.  The program includes courses needed to meet the minimum Board of Education High School Graduation requirements.  High School courses are in 3 hour blocks, with a 5 minute break at the start of each hour.  A maximum of two High School courses may be taken*, and will equal a 6 hour day, plus a 25 minute lunch break.

*Students may not take more than two classes total across all summer school programs offered. For example, a student may take one class in the traditional program and one class in either the Online or CR programs, however, a student may not take two classes in the traditional program and one class in either the Online or CR programs.

Traditional Courses offered for Credit Recovery

Criteria:

  • Student has previously taken the class and received a failing grade.

Cost:

  • $250 in-district, scholarships are available; $300 out-of-district (no waivers) + $25 book deposit.
Courses Targeted Students
English 9 Incoming 10th graders
English 10 Incoming 11th graders
Biology 1, 2 Incoming 10th graders
Earth Science 1, 2 Incoming 11th and Incoming and Outgoing 12th graders
Conceptual Physics Outgoing 12th graders
Algebra 1A/1B Incoming 10th graders
Geometry 1, 2 Incoming 11th graders
Algebra 2A/2B Incoming 12th graders
US Government Incoming and Outgoing 12th graders
US History Incoming 11th and Incoming and Outgoing 12th graders
World History & Geography Incoming 10th and 11th graders
Economics Incoming and Outgoing 12th graders
Personal Fitness  
Health  

E2020

E2020 is a computer based program for students to recover their grade in Math, Science, or Social Studies. A student must have an incomplete in the class. The student MUST come with a plan from their teacher. If the student received a “I” they may recover their grade with a plan. If they have a “E” they must take the class over. Students will be assigned to either the morning or afternoon session, which they must attend daily until the plan is completed.


Traditional Courses Online Courses Community Resource Courses
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5 Week Program:

June 26 - July 31, Huron

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5 Week Program:

June 26 - July 31, Online

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5 Week Program:

June 26 - July 31, CR