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    High School Summer Learning Opportunities 2021

    Credit Retrieval for High School Students

    Students currently in grades 9 - 12 who need credit for language arts, math or social studies classes they did not previously pass; preference given to grades 11 and 12. Students may enroll in up to two classes and earn up to one credit toward graduation.

    When: July 6 - July 30, 2021

    Where: Online, through the APEX Learning platform. The High School Credit Retrieval Program will be virtual for Summer 2021. 

    What Courses: View the Credit Retrieval course description documentPDF icon

    • Students will have the opportunity to recover up to 1.0 credits (two .5 credits) this summer from the courses found on the course description document.
    • To ensure that students are placed in the correct class, they must register through their counselor.

    Who: Any SPS high school student that needs to recover credit in Language Arts, Math, or Social Studies.

    Cost: Free 

    Schedule: Will be determined by the number of courses taken and the course content. Apex Learning is a self-paced learning platform where students complete learning modules for course mastery.

    Students will be assigned an SPS teacher who will provide live instruction and 1:1 conferring sessions over the course of the summer. Student grades will be uploaded to their historical grades before the start of the 2021-22 school year.

    How to register: Contact your high school counselor.

    2021 Summer High School CR Staff Contact List



    Skills Center

    In summer, the Seattle Skills Center provides introductory versions of most of our advanced Career Connected Learning school year courses. Students can earn a .5 CTE credit.

    Learn more and apply online for Summer Skills Center courses.


    World Language

    This summer, the International Education department will provide world language offerings for students to earn world language 1A and/or 1B credit for credit recovery. Students can earn a .5 world language credit up to 1.0 credit.

    Learn more and apply online for World Language courses.