Summer School Registration Information

Frank Tarczynski

General Registration Information

A variety of GHC Summer School classes are available to students who are currently enrolled at GHC and/or who are registered to enroll at GHC in the Fall of 2022. Students entering grade nine must enroll in Summer Transition Academy (STA); however, they may take accelerated math courses. Students must be fully immunized and vaccinated against COVID-19 to access in-person summer school classes.

Summer school registration will take place June 9 through June 10: For all sessions, 3-week and 6 week

  • Grade 12: June 7, 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

  • Grade 11: June 8, 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

  • Grade 10: June 9, 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

  • Grades 10-12: June 10, 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Registration Procedure for Summer School:

  • Students shall report to Highlander Hall to queue up. Once scanned in, counselors will meet with students starting at 8:00 a.m. by counselor and scan time.

  • Class availability is determined by the position in the queue. Students should be prepared for long lines and a possible wait of two hours or more. Students are responsible for bringing water/snacks and reading materials. Summer school registration cannot be done in advance. Patience is appreciated.

Late Registration:

  • Students may register on June 13 from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. for any remaining classes with available space.

  • Students absent on the first day of class will lose their summer school schedule and may re-register for classes with available space from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. on June 13. No registration priority will be given to these students.

  • No students will be enrolled after June 14, 2022.

  • GHC HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WHO TAKE SUMMER CLASSES AT OTHER INSTITUTIONS are required to obtain prior approval from their counselor before taking classes if they wish to apply the credits earned towards high school graduation. Students without prior authorization from their current school counselor will not earn high school credit. For more information, see your counselor.

Courses are available to GHC students who:

  • Earned a mark of “D” or FAIL in a course required for graduation

  • Need to take a class to earn a 2021 diploma

  • Need bilingual/ELL instruction for English/Math proficiency

  • Need a prerequisite for a Fall 2022 class

  • Want to accelerate in math or visual and performing arts

  • Need to take a class for Fall 2022 schedule flexibility

 

In-Person Summer School Dates
First Three Weeks June 13 to July 1
Second Three Weeks June 5 to July 22
Six Weeks June 13 to July 22

Tentative Three-Week In-Person Offerings

All classes are 8:00 a.m. to 12:20 P.M. with a 20-minute nutrition

Daily in-seat attendance is required in all classes

6 hours of absence per 3-week course

Tentative Six-Week In-Person Offerings

All classes are 8:00 a.m. to 12:20 P.M. with a 20-minute nutrition

Daily in-seat attendance is required in all classes

12 hours of absence per 3-week course

 

Three Weeks, June 13-July 1

Four-Hour, Five Credits

Credit Recovery

Three Weeks, July 5-July 22

Four-Hour, Five Credits

Credit Recovery

Six Weeks, June 13-July 22

Four-Hour, Ten Credits

Accelerated

Six Weeks, June 13-July 22

Four-Hour, Ten Credits

Credit Recovery

 

Algebra 1A

Geometry A

Algebra 2 A

English 9 A

English 10 A

Chemistry A

Physical Education A

Spanish 1 A

Algebra 1 B

Geometry B

Algebra 2 B

English 9 B

English 10 B

Chemistry B

Physical Education B

Spanish B

Accelerated Algebra 1 AB

Accelerated Geometry AB

VAPA Electives AB

Accelerated Physical Education

Algebra 2 AB

Biology AB

Chemistry AB

ESY (ESY is based on as student's IEP)

Senior Credit Recovery

 

Six-Week June 13-July 22

1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Two-Hour, 5 Credits

Accelerated Physical Education

Six-Week Online June 13-July 22

World History A

U.S. History A

English 11 A

World History B

U.S. History B

English 11 B

ALL COURSES ARE TENTATIVE AND MAY BE CLOSED OR ADDED WITHOUT NOTICE.

BASED ON ENROLLMENT, SOME COURSES MAY BE OFFERED ONLINE.

  • The last day to drop a class with a NO MARK is the second day of each session.

  • Students who exceed the listed hours of absences will receive a FAIL. Students will NOT be excused for extended absences, school activities, or vacations.

  • Students who are tardy will receive one hour of detention for each tardy.

  • There is NO SCHOOL on MONDAY, July 4 due to the Fourth of July holiday.

  • All students must be present on the last day of Summer School for the FINAL EXAM. Absent students will earn a zero on the final exam unless the absence is due to a verifiable family emergency or illness with a doctor’s note. Once documentation is received and verified, an Incomplete may be issued.

Online summer courses will be available for students enrolled in the iGranada Independent Study Program.

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