2020 Summer Learning Programs Information for Non-SPPS Students

  • S-Term

    Saint Paul Public Schools and the City of Saint Paul are proud to offer a variety of programs during summer.

    This is an important time when students can lose information they learned during the school year. We offer a variety of school-based programs, both academic and fun, as well as a variety of camps and other activities. Credit recovery classes toward high school graduation are also available.

    Our partners offer even more great opportunities. We know you will find something to engage you in learning! 

     


     Summer Session Dates 2020

    Session 1: June 15 – July 9 (No school Friday, July 3)

    Session 2: July 13 – August 6

    CDF Freedom Schools, Hmong Karen Youth Pride (HKYP) & Power Scholars Academy: June 15 - July 24

    Other Summer Learning Programs

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  • CDFSUMMER LEARNING PROGRAMS SCHEDULE

    This is a list of times and locations of Summer Learning Programs sites for elementary, middle and high schools. The list also includes Digital Credit Recovery and CDF Freedom School sites. Sites are listed by grade levels (student's current grade).

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    TRANSPORTATION

    Transportation is available to most students attending a Summer Learning Program based on the Area of the student’s home or alternate address.

  • CDF

    CDF FREEDOM SCHOOLS

    A six-week program that strengthens literacy and math skills. Field trips, the arts and books celebrate the culture of the students, building leadership, pride and persistence.

  • Summer CampOTHER SUMMER LEARNING PROGRAMS

    Students currently in grades K-11 can participate in sports, arts, environmental and cultural programs with other students from across the metro area. These summer programs are offered at no cost to students.

  • Online Credit RecoveryCREDIT RECOVERY

    Students in grades 9-12 who are behind by six or fewer credits can register for Summer Session 1 OR Summer Session 2 through their regular school counselor. Students in grades 9-12 who are behind by more than six credits should attend BOTH Summer sessions. There are both options to learn in the traditional classroom and with a blended format (digital curriculum with class meetings twice a week).

Summer Learning Program Guide (2020 Guide coming soon)

S-Term Transcripts

  • If you have completed course work (seat based or online) and need to have your transcript sent to a Non-SPPS school for high school credit, please complete the consent form above and send it to the Student Records at the Student Placement Center.

    S-Term transcripts are issued through Student Records at the Student Placement Center by request only.

    Note: The $5 transcript fee is waived for students attending S-Term.