Summer Learning Programs 2021

  • Saint Paul Public Schools (SPPS) offers Summer Learning Programs for students in grades K-12. Students will have opportunities to learn new things and strengthen current academic skills; prepare for the upcoming school year through active, fun and hands-on activities; and make progress toward graduation. All programs are FREE.

    SPPS Summer Learning Programs Include:
    Academic Support 
    Students will be inspired to learn new skills and grow current understanding in reading, math and other subjects.

    Breakfast and Lunch 
    All students receive two free healthy meals daily that include entrees, salads, baked goods, and locally grown fruits and vegetables.

    Transportation is available to most students who live in Saint Paul (within transportation guidelines). Use the School Finder at to find your Area (A-F1/F2).

Pre-K Summer Session

  • Pre-K Summer Session is offered through the Office of Early Learning. For more information, visit


Summer Learning Programs for Grades K-4


Summer Learning Programs for Grades 5-8


Summer Learning Programs for Grades 9-12

  • 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 school counselor.

  • Current SPPS families should register online using their OneStop Username and Password to log in to Campus Parent. Once logged in, select “Summer Registration (K-8).”

    To retrieve or reset your password, visit

    Application can also be printed and returned by mail or in-person to:
    Summer Registration
    Student Placement Center, Saint Paul Public Schools
    2102 University Ave. W.
    Saint Paul, MN 55114

    If you register online, you do not need to fill out a paper application.

    For more information, visit the How to Register page.

RSVP to CDF Freedom Schools Parent Orientation

  • Families (with confirmed CDF Freedom Schools enrollment) can R.S.V.P to a mandatory Parent Orientation session HERE. For more information, visit

COVID Health and Safety Guidelines

  • All Summer Learning Programs will have an average of 20 students per group in grades K-8. Families should familiarize themselves with the SPPS COVID-19 Student and Family Guidelines, which are updated regularly in line with public health guidance. At this time, these guidelines include mandatory face coverings for students and staff, recent COVID 19 guidelines from the state say “limited” visitors (including family members) allowed in buildings, regular hand washing and cleaning routines, and social distancing to the extent possible. 

    If a student or member of their household has symptoms of COVID-19 or a positive test, they should stay home and make a report to the SPPS COVID-19 Reporting System the same day.

    If we are unable to hold K-8 programs due to COVID-19, all enrollments will be canceled and alternate options will be offered.