High School (8-12) Summer Learning Programs Overview
High school is an important time for all students. During Summer session, eligible eighth graders can prepare for high school. Students in grades 9-12 can stay on track for graduation through credit recovery during Summer Session 1 and/or Summer Session 2.
Eighth Grade Opportunities (offered both sessions this year)
Eighth grade students participate in leadership opportunities, prepare for the transition to high school, and work on higher level math and reading skills. Students in grade 8 may register for Summer Session 1 OR 2 OR CDF Freedom Schools.
Students in grades 9-12 who are behind by six or fewer credits can register for Summer Session 1 OR Summer Session 2. Students in grades 9-12 who are behind by more than six credits should attend BOTH Session 1 & 2. Digital options (using computer-based curriculum) are also available for students who are 16-21** years old. AGAPE students currently using SPPS childcare will attend Summer session at Gordon Parks with AGAPE as the childcare site. Talk with your student’s school counselor to find the best Summer options and to register.
**Student must be 16 by the last day of a Summer session to qualify. Students who reach their 21st birthday during Summer session may finish the session, but not enroll in another one.
This 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 for a student's current grade.
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).
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.
Enrollment for 2020 Summer Learning Programs is (TBD). All enrollments have to be done with one of the forms below:
PAPER REGISTRATION (New Forms will be available soon)
Mail or drop off completed registration forms to:
SPPS Student Placement Center
2102 University Avenue, West
St. Paul, MN 55114
OR Scan and email to: email@example.com
If you have completed course work (seat based or digital) and need to have your transcript sent to a Non-SPPS school for high school credit, please follow the instructions on the following link:
Summer transcripts are issued through the Student Placement Center.
The $5 transcript fee is waived for students attending S-Term.