Incoming high school students looking to accelerate their credit requirements for graduation can sign up for Secondary Summer School starting April 19. The program will be held online June 1-24 with the opportunity to complete course requirements sooner.
In addition to opportunities for advancement, summer school courses are also offered at the middle and high school levels for credit recovery.
The cost is $200 per middle school course or $225 per high school semester course, with reduced rates for students who qualify for free or reduced lunch.
Frisco ISD has webinars scheduled in the coming weeks to provide information regarding Secondary Summer School and the registration process. The schedule is as follows:
In addition, a webinar is scheduled to provide information to families of middle school students who need remediation for failed courses during the school year.
Please note: eighth grade families interested in options for high school credit advancement should attend the session on either April 21 or May 3 and not the session on May 25.
For the FISD Class of 2023, Secondary Summer School credit recovery courses will be factored into a student's GPA. Starting with the FISD Class of 2024, all Secondary Summer School courses, including those for original credit, will be factored into a student's GPA.
To learn more about the courses available through Secondary Summer School and the registration process, please visit the Secondary Summer School website. Descriptions of each course are listed in the 2021-22 Academic Guide and Course Catalog. Students are also encouraged to discuss summer coursework with their school counselor.
In addition to Secondary Summer School, Frisco ISD also offers summer programs for elementary students, English-language learners and students who need year-round special education services. These programs are offered by invitation only at no cost to participating students.
A full description of all Frisco ISD summer school programs is available online.