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Summer Courses & Summer Reading

2024 Summer School | Academic and Enrichment for Young Women in Grades 9 - 12

Credit-bearing courses are offered in person over the summer from June 10 to July 25, 2024. *No classes on June 19. Classes will meet Monday through Thursday.

Session I Courses:  June 10 - June 27
Health Education - .5 credits
Physical Education I - .5 credits  

Session II Courses:  July 8  - July 25  
Communication and Financial Literacy - .5 Credits
Health Education - .5 Credits
Physical Education II - .5 Credits

Bridge to High School Algebra and Bridge to High School English Schedule 
Session I: June 10 - June 13, 2024 
Session II: July 29 - August 1, 2024

Registration for summer courses ends on May 3, 2024. Parents can pay all tuition and fees between May 4 to June 1, 2024 via check or cash in the main office. Tuition is $325 per half-credit course and $175 for Bridge to High School Algebra and for Bridge to High School English.  A refund minus a $50 administrative fee, may be obtained if a student withdraws from the course before Summer Enrichment Session 1 or 2 begins. No refunds will be given once summer school begins. Courses that do not meet the minimum enrollment will be canceled and you will receive a full refund.

The first session of Summer Enrichment will commence from June 10 to June 27, 2024. Please note that there will be no classes held on June 19, and sessions will convene from Monday through Thursday. The second session of Summer Enrichment session is scheduled from July 8 to July 25, 2024; there is no class on Fridays. 

Session One will be from June 10 to June 27, 2024, with sessions Monday through Thursday. Please note that there will be no classes held on June 19, 2024. If a student arrives after 8:15 a.m., they will be considered absent. If your daughter is late or misses a day, again, she will be dropped from summer school. 

Students enrolled in PE class can wear athletic shoes with a back and shorts at an appropriate length. Students not attending PE class are expected to wear appropriate clothes while also dressing comfortably for school every day. Attire that endorses alcohol, tobacco, or drugs is not permitted, nor is clothing featuring inappropriate language or imagery that disrupts the educational environment. Hats, tank tops, and crop tops are prohibited during the school day. 

The teacher will collect phones at the beginning of class and they be stored in the cell phone cubby for the duration of class.

There are no books for summer school. Students need to bring a notebook and writing utensils. Notebooks and writing utensils are not required for PE classes.

If you have not sent in your accommodation (IEP) plan, to student services please email it to Dr. Caine at

We look forward to a productive and enriching summer session. Please email Dr. Giannoulis at with any questions. 


Curriculum guide

2024 Summer Reading Requirements

Download the english department summer reading guide