Summer school isn't just for credit recovery. Forward-thinking districts are using digital curriculum to serve a wider range of student needs in their summer programs, including: original credit, virtual learning, middle-school to high-school bridge, and college readiness.
Struggling students, particularly ELL students, below proficient readers, and students with learning gaps, can benefit from summer programs that provide targeted remediation and help them get back on track for the next grade level.
Learn how these districts use Apex Learning in their summer programs to provide students with more options for learning.
Fullerton Joint Union High School District, CA
Designing Summer Programs in Districts with Diverse Needs
Clark County School District in Las Vegas, NV designs summer school models to meet diverse student needs, such as district-hosted centralized summer schools, as well as those hosted entirely in-house by a schools.
- Kim Loomis, K-12 Online and Blended Learning Director, Clark County School District
- Timothy Wells, Assistant Principal, The Mojave High School