2018 Summer School Options
Summer school offers a valuable opportunity for high school students to take an elective that they may require or retake a class that they may have failed. Students can take summer school classes in English, math, science, social studies and electives.
Two sessions of summer school (June 4-June 28 and July 2-July 26) will be offered for students in 9-12th grade. Classes will be held at Santa Fe High School, 1901 W. 15th. Tuition is $200 per course (cash only) and it must be paid upon registration. Classes will be held Monday through Thursday and there is no school on July 4. For information, contact Brandon Kysar at 726-6802.
Middle School STEM camp is a one week camp that allows students the opportunity to explore the fields of science, technology, engineering and, Math. Held at Heartland Middle School, 4900 Explorer Drive, the camp runs from 9-noon June 18-21. Tuition is $85 for in-district students and $95 for out-of-district students. For more information, call 726-6253 or email Heartland Stem Camp 2018.
Summer Celebration classes offer engaging, hands-on learning for first through sixth graders. Each class generally has a theme, such as science, cooking, photography, art or sports. In many classes, students use iPads and computers to learn skills such as animation and computer coding.
Session I June 4-14
Session II June 18-28
Classes are held Mon-Thur. Each session costs $160 (in-district) or $170 (out-of-district) with a $5 supply fee. Summer Celebration is held at Ida Freeman Elementary School, 500 W. Hurd. Contact Dayna Hamilton at 340-2945 for more information.
Registration for Summer Celebration