We are excited to be offering a wide range of opportunities for students this summer. The following is a brief overview of of what’s going on at our schools in the coming months:

  • Summer School: Summer School Programs are available for Middle and High School students. High School students will have an opportunity for credit recovery, in which they can take classes they have failed to earn credit toward graduation. Middle School students will have the opportunity to work in both Math and ELA over the course of one session. Summer school is free of charge for 2021. To register for classes, contact your school's counselor for more information.  

  • Extended School Year (ESY): This is a program for students on an Individualized Education Program (IEP) who have qualified for additional services beyond those provided during the regular school year. In the summer of 2021, ESY will occur at Silver Hills Middle School during the summer for eligible students.

  • Credit Recovery Adams 12 Five Star Schools high school credit recovery will be in person this year at Horizon High School. A student will be allowed to make up two classes over the course of four weeks. 

  • BASE: Adams 12 Five Star Schools Before and After School Enrichment (BASE) Programs are extracurricular, optional, fee-based programs offered at most elementary schools. BASE Programs serve elementary students beginning at 5 years of age. 

  • PEAK: The PEAK Learning Center offers invited students in grades 2-5 a comprehensive out-of-school time experience for approximately 15 hours each week. This program is at Title I schools, which are designated based on the economic needs of their families. 

  • Summer Explores: Many elementary, middle and K-8 schools are offering a Summer Explores program. This enrichment program gives students the opportunity to engage in learning and engaging activities. 

  • Summer Athletics and ActivitiesAdams 12 coaches and sponsors may begin in-person, voluntary off-season workouts with students in accordance with all state, county and CDC guidelines/rules beginning in June.