Extended Learning Programs
Extended Learning Programs

Summer School 2017 Offerings

Please contact your home school guidance counselor for more information on how to register.

Elementary Extended Learning Summer Reading Camp

Eligibility: Rising 2nd and 3rd grade students who are struggling with literacy. The home school will select and register students.

Elementary Rising 4th Grade Read to Achieve Summer Camp

Eligibility: Qualified 3rd grade students who did not pass the EOG retest or successfully complete the reading portfolio assessments. The home school will select and register students.

Exceptional Children Extended School Year (EC-ESY)

Eligibility: May vary and is determined by a complete individual education program team. The home school will determine and register students.

STEM: Summer Topics Exploring Mathematics

Eligibility: Rising 9th grade students that are identified through a scaled placement rubric. The home school will select and register students.

Literacy Internship

Eligibility: Rising 9th grade students that are identified through a scaled placement rubric. The home school will select and register students.

ESL Language Camp Discovery

Eligibility: Secondary newcomers. The home school will select and register students.

High School Summer Graduation

Eligibility: High School Seniors who can graduate in August by completing one new coursework or two units of repeat coursework. Contact your home school guidance counselor for enrollment assistance.

High School Credit Recovery

Eligibility: 9-12th grade students who have failed a core content course and need to recover credit towards graduation. Contact your home school guidance counselor for enrollment assistance.

NOTE: Credit Recovery courses are graded Pass/Fail and will not effect GPA.


If you have any questions, please contact PreK-12 Academic Support Office at 980-343-3854

P.O. Box 30035
Charlotte, NC 28230-0035
Phone: 980-343-3000
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