Summer Learning Programs 2020

  • Discover Summer

    Summer is filled with possibilities!

    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 the information they learned during the school year. We offer a variety of school-based programs as well as camps and other activities. Credit recovery classes toward high school graduation are also available. We know you will find something to engage your student(s) in learning! 

    Summer Learning Programs fill quickly. Register by the priority registration deadline of April 17, 2020 for the best opportunity to get into your first-choice. If more registrations than available seats are received, a lottery will determine enrollment.


  • Summer Learning Programs 2020 guides and registration availability, originally scheduled to begin Monday, March 16, have been temporarily delayed. Please check back for updated information.

     (2020 Forms available soon)

    • Current SPPS families: Register online (use your OneStop Username and Password to log in to Campus Parent and select "Summer Registration") OR complete and mail the paper registration form. To retrieve or reset your password, visit
    • Non-current SPPS families: Register by completing and mailing the paper registration form


Summer Learning Program Offers

  • Summer Session SUMMER SESSION

    Grades K-8. A four-week summer session that provides students the opportunity to discover talents and interests, make new friends, and prevent summer learning loss.

  • Credit Recovery CREDIT RECOVERY

    Students in grades 9-12 can stay on track for graduation through credit recovery during Summer Session 1 and/or Summer Session 2. To register, students should meet with their regular school counselor.

  • CDF Freedom Schools


    Grades K-8. 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.

  • power scholars POWER SCHOLARS ACADEMY

    Grades K-4. A six-week program that is designed to help students gain new academic skills and prepare to return to school in the fall ready to excel.

  • Other Summer Learning Progarms

    Grades K-11. Students can participate in sports, arts, environmental and cultural programs with other students from across the metro area.

  • Music

    Grades 5-7. Students can study instrumental music during Summer Session 1 or Summer Session 2. Instruments and music books are provided. 

  • Transportation

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

Summer Learning Programs Guide

  •  (2020 Guide coming soon)