This program is specifically designed for new students who are deficient/behind in credits. Who may not be able to graduate at the end of their senior year without earning additional credits in the summer. This program is geared towards setting new students up for success who plan on continuing with Visions into the 23/24 school year as opposed to returning to their school of residence.
New students qualify for summer school if they are deficient/behind in credits and may not be able to graduate at the end of their senior year without recovering additional credits in the summer. Students may only take core classes that they have previously failed (English, Social Studies, or Science). Students must have failed the course with an F grade. Summer school cannot be used to improve a D or C grade, and cannot be used to work towards early graduation. All grade levels may repeat English classes in summer school that they previously failed, regardless of their credit deficiency status.
To be eligible for summer school, students must have failed the course with an F grade. Summer school cannot be used to improve a D or C grade.
Required for ALL students (must pass to move into another summer course)
Offered for All Students (if previously failed)
- Introduction to Independent Study Course - 1 credit Pass/No Pass
- English 1 A B
- English 2 A B
- English 3 A B
- Earth Science A B
- Biology A B
- World History A B
- US History A B
Offered for 12th Grade Only (if previously failed)
- English 4 A B
- Government A
- Psychology (S.S. Elective)
- World Geography (S.S. Elective)
The 10 credits do not have to be in the same course. The only requirement to take the course in summer school is that the student has failed the course previously with an F grade.
No. To be eligible for summer school, students must have failed the course with an F grade and be unable to graduate on time due to credit deficiency. Students cannot take courses in summer school to graduate early.
New students can enroll in the Introduction to Independent Study and once successfully completed, enroll in two courses for 10 additional credits. All new students who were not enrolled in the 22/23 school year will be required to take the Introduction to Independent Study course. This course helps students navigate their new Chromebook and Visions’ systems, and explains what it takes to be a successful Independent Study student.
Summer school begins on June 21.
Summer school enrollment ends on June 7 or sooner if all spots are filled.