2021 Summer School Signup

Summer School
Posted on 05/25/2021
Summer School

SUMMER SCHOOL

Legend High School 2021

6/1/21 - 6/25/21


Summer school is an opportunity for your student to receive credit for a core class they failed. You can review your student’s transcript through Parent Portal to see which classes they did not pass nor receive credit. LHS recommends students attend the summer semester from June 1st - June 25th to recover credit to be in good standing towards graduation. The district has received Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funds from the federal government, so this year’s summer school is free of cost. You can take advantage of this unique opportunity if your student is deficient in credits.


The main reasons a student would be enrolled in summer school would be to replace a grade or to earn credit recovery. These are outlined below:


Option 1: Grade Replacement

A student may retake up to two semesters of a course they have failed in the past for a grade replacement. A record of both classes will remain on the student’s transcript with the first course showing as “course repeated.” No credit will be awarded for the first course. The second course will be credit bearing and factored into the student’s grade point average. Students must complete the FULL Edgenuity course in order to receive a grade replacement. After the grade has been posted to the transcript, the registrar will send the student a form for completion. Once received, the transcript will be amended. 


Option 2: Credit Recovery

A student may retake two semesters of a course that they failed during the school year that is required for high school graduation. Students must complete a MODIFIED Edgenuity course. Students may take up to four semester classes for credit recovery.  A record of both the failed course and the recovered class will remain on the transcript and be calculated into the student’s grade point average.


Learning Model Options

Students can sign up for an in-person or an online option. In both options, the Edgenuity platform is utilized. Edgenuity is a self-paced, online learning platform. 


           Option 1: In-person

Students who choose the in-person option will come to Legend Monday through Thursday from 8:00am-12:00pm, June 1st-25th.  There will be a Math and an English teacher available to support students. 


Option 2: Online

Online students will be able to work from home and core teachers will be available for students to contact. Teachers will be communicating office hours to online students. All online courses must be completed by June 25th.


           Click HERE to register.


The last day to register for Summer School is Thursday, June 3rd.


Credit deficient students that do not attend summer school need to create an alternative plan with their advisor to make up credits. 


Please email Kerri Davis, the Summer School Principal, at kldavis@dcsdk12.org or call 303-387-4540 for more detailed information about the summer semester program.  If you have other questions regarding your students credits, please contact your student’s advisor.


Once you have completed summer school registration, click HERE to access your classes.


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