A variety of summer programs are available to students seeking enrichment opportunities or who may need to recover or advance credits. Many summer programs are invitation-only for students identified as needing extra services.
EPS students can enroll by completing this Google Form.
There are no fees for in-district High School student enrollments this year.
June 7 – July 1
July 6 – July 29.
Students will have the option to attend classes at Memorial High School, Monday – Thursday from 8 am – 12:30 pm or take their course virtually. This selection must be provided on the enrollment form. Core curriculum classes offered as credit recovery only.
Students will enroll in person at Edmond Memorial High School on June 2 and 3, between 8 am-1 pm and pay with cash. The cost for summer school is $315 per 1/2 credit. Tuition must be paid upon registration. For additional information, contact Brandon Kysar at email@example.com or 726-6802.
Enhanced Focused Support (invite only)
Summer Recovery Program – PUP: Pupils Understanding to Proficiency
Location: Sunset Elementary
This NEW program will target K-5 students struggling in Math or English Language Arts skills who do not qualify for the Title I summer program or RSA Summer Reading Academy.
For more information, please contact Dayna Hamilton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
RSA Summer Reading Academy
Ida Freeman Elementary
This academy is for third-grade students who are reading below the 10th percentile. Check with your child’s teacher to see if your child should attend. For more information, email email@example.com.
Title I Summer School
Ida Freeman Elementary
This opportunity is for K-2 students from Title I schools (Angie Debo, Charles Haskell, Ida Freeman, Northern Hills, Orvis Risner, Sunset, and Will Rogers) who have scored below the benchmark in reading. Students will receive instruction in reading, math, and STEM. Free meals and transportation to and from Title I schools will be provided. For more information, contact Andrea Wheeler at 340-2919.
Extended School Year (ESY)
Extended School Year (ESY) for students whose IEP team determines need extra services. Check with your child’s IEP teacher for more.
Summer Enrichment (Just for Fun)
Sunset Early Childhood Center
Summer enrichment is a tuition-based opportunity that offers engaging, hands-on, week-long journeys into the world of Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, Reading, Cooking, Photography, and more for students in grades 1-6. Information and a flyer will be available from your local school site. For more information, please contact Dr. Kartina McDaniel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Middle School – Summer LEAP: Learners Engaged and Progressing
All six middle school sites
This new summer opportunity is for 6th & 7th-grade students who need to improve their academic skills to get a leap on the next grade level. Check with your child’s teacher to see if your child should attend.