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High School Summer School 2010

Release Date: 5/27/2010 1:19:10 PM

The following high school summer school opportunities are available for students:
 
CREDIT RECOVERY
 
Where: Century, Winters Mill, North Carroll, and Francis Scott Key high schools. Students currently attending these schools should register and participate in Summer School at their home school. Students currently attending any of the other CCPS high schools should register for Summer School through the guidance office at their home high school, but may participate at any of the schools listed. A student who needs to take one of the lab science courses may attend either Winters Mill or Century High.
 
Please check with the high school guidance office for a listing of courses being offered.
When: June 28 – July 30, 2010 (No class on Monday, July 5)
Session I-8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.         
Session II - 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
Who: Students who are Carroll County residents. No out-of-county students may enroll. 
Cost: $175 per course. This fee is waived for students who are eligible for Free Lunch. Students who are eligible for Reduced Meal prices must pay the full fee but may set up a payment plan at their school. Eligibility must be verified by the student’s home school.
Transportation: CCPS does not provide transportation for this program.
 
HIGH SCHOOL ASSESSMENTS 
 
High School Assessments are scheduled on the following days:
 
Monday, July 26 - Biology                                           
Tuesday, July 27 - Algebra                                         
Wednesday, July 28 - Government
Thursday, July 29 - English
 
High School Assessment review sessions
 
Where: Century, Winters Mill, North Carroll, and Francis Scott Key high schools. 
 
When: These morning review sessions begin July 12 and end July 23
 
Students who have passed the course but want to retake an H.S.A. exam during that week should enroll in an H.S.A. review session for that subject. 
 
Cost: There is no charge to students who are participating in H.S.A. review only
 
REGISTRATION - Students should register for summer courses through their high school guidance office. 

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