Frisco ISD has high standards for academic achievement and citizenship and works year-round to provide all students with opportunities for success.
Through its summer school program, the District offers elementary and secondary students a variety of educational opportunities designed to support our students’ individual academic needs.
Summer School Programs
Summer school programming includes courses developed for academic intervention, credit recovery, educational enrichment activities and high school level course acceleration. Some programs have specific qualification criteria and require an invitation to participate. For questions about which summer school opportunities may be appropriate for your student, please contact your child’s guidance counselor.
Secondary Summer School
FISD Secondary Summer School provides in-district students entering grades 7-12, as well as out-of-district students entering grades 10-12, the opportunity to take courses for credit recovery. In-district students entering grades 9-12 also have the opportunity to take courses for academic advancement.
HB 4545 Online Summer Programs
Online summer learning may be appropriate and necessary for students in grades 7-12 who do not meet state standards on STAAR exams. This includes students who either do not receive a passing score or who do not test.
Free Secondary Summer Learning Opportunities
FISD students entering grades 6-12 will have the opportunity to access free online learning resources on their own time and at their own pace. These asynchronous virtual learning opportunities are designed to hone knowledge and skills in core subjects as well as prepare for college readiness exams.
Title I Summer Enrichment Experience
Qualifying elementary students participating in FISD’s Title I summer program experience a unique enrichment program that develops each student’s problem-solving, writing and reading skills.
ESL Summer Enrichment Experience
FISD’s Summer ESL programs are open to qualifying elementary and secondary ESL students and students who are new to both the district and United States. Participants focus on enhancing their English language proficiency in listening, speaking, reading, and writing, in addition to their reading and problem-solving skills.
Extended School Year (ESY)
Students identified by their Individualized Education Program team are invited to participate in the summer Extended School Year program. The program curriculum is developed based on each student’s individual needs and identified critical skills.