Summer School

Summer School 2019

Summer School offers Lutheran North students the chance to earn credit recovery or additional course credits. Students work independently in a supervised environment to earn high school credit. Students may take up to two courses during the summer by enrolling in both the morning and afternoon sessions. A variety of course options are available. 

June 3 - June 28, 2019

Morning Session: 8:00 am - 11:00 am

Afternoon Session: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm (availability dependent on sufficient enrollment)

Students may enroll in one course at a time per session.

Students will be enrolled in virtual courses through APEX Learning (NCAA Approved) or Acellus Academy. Students will work independently with Lutheran North staff providing technical assistance, supervising and monitoring students’ progress.

Acellus Academy: $125 per .5 credit course

APEX Learning Courses: $300 per .5 credit course (NCAA approved)

Registration Deadline: Wednesday, May 29

Late Registration May 30 - June 5, $25 late registration fee
Steps for Successful Completion
• At the beginning of the four-week session, students will look at their individual program requirements and work to set weekly goals to ensure successful completion.
• Each day, students will track their progress on a log kept in the classroom.
• The students and supervisor will meet weekly to track progress and reassess goals.
• Weekly communication will be sent to parents via email.

Attendance Expectations
Regular attendance is important to the successful completion of summer school courses. The following policies regarding attendance will be followed:
• Unavoidable absences must be communicated in advance by the parent to the supervisor and program coordinator.
• Absences without prior notification will be considered unexcused. Three unexcused absences will result in a parent meeting
and possible removal from the enrolled course.
• Students are to arrive at Lutheran North at least 5 minutes prior to the start time of the session and must be in the room at the beginning of the session or counted tardy.
• Three tardies equal one absence.
• Students are required to be picked up or leave campus within 20 minutes of the end of the session unless other arrangements have been made with the supervisor and program coordinator.

Behavior Expectations
While uniforms are not required for summer school, dress should still be neat and presentable.  Cell phones and other technology may only be used for educational purposes or when approved by the instructor. Students are expected to be present and working for the full session each day. A break will be provided each day.


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