Welcome to Summer School 2017 - Central Campus High School
Summer school is a great opportunity for students who need to make up a course and also provides a challenge for those seeking additional learning opportunities. Summer School is open to all students who were in grades 8-12 during the 2016-2017 school year. Students must have successfully completed the 8th grade and not graduated from the 12th grade to be eligible. All classes will be taught at Central Campus High School.

Due to the condensed time and fast pace of summer school attendance is vital. Students who miss 6 hours of school will be removed from class. Additionally, students who have behavior issues during summer school will be removed from class. All classes offered are subject to cancelation due to low enrollment.

Please contact your school counselor to enroll. Any questions can be referred to Mr. Cox at 857-4645.
Information on Language Arts 11
Language Arts 11, Semester 1, runs from June 5-14, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (Ends on June 14 at 12:00 noon)

Language Arts 11, Semester 2, runs from June 14-23, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (Starts on June 14 at 12:30 p.m.)
Summer School Info
June 5-23, 2017.
AM Class Schedule: Monday-Friday
8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
PM Class Schedule: Monday-Friday
12:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Physical Science and Drivers Education
will be May 31 - June 23, 2017.
Students interested in Drivers Education should contact Mrs. Jo Scharpe at Central Campus 857-4624. Drivers Ed classes will be held at Central Campus.

Beginning freshmen may take Intro to Art or JROTC Summer Leadership School.

Beginning Sophomores may take any elective or any freshman required course.

Students my not take required courses early or prior to their normal placement in the progression to graduation without permission from their principal.

Students are only allowed to miss 6 hours of class time per class taken, whether excused or unexcused.
AM Classes 8:00 -12:00
Language Arts 9 (Semester 1)
Language Arts 10 (Semester 1)
Language Arts 11 (Semester 1) - See message at top
Speech
Intro to Algebra (Semester 1)
Conclusions to Algebra (Semester 2)
Algebra I (Semester 2)
Physical Science I (Semester 1)
World History I (Semester 1)
US History I (Semester 1)
American Government
Economics
Intro to Art
PM Classes 12:30-4:30
Language Arts 9 (Semester 2)
Language Arts 10 (Semester 2)
Language Arts 11 (Semester 2) - See message at top
Debate
Intro to Algebra (Semester 2)
Physical Science II (Semester 2)
World History II (Semester 2)
US History II (Semester 2)
Economics

JROTC Summer Camp (June 26 - July 1)
(registration is completed through the AFJROTC office 857-4564)
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