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Summer School for Face-to-Face, Fulton Virtual, and Georgia Virtual Registration opens on March 1st, 2017.  Summer School is an opportunity for high school students to accelerate or recover credits during the summer.  Face-to-face facilitation and at home virtual offerings exist. The summer sessions are condensed versions of content provided during the school year, and students must have their course requests approved by their counselor before being enrolled.  Summer school registration does not require an online contract.  All face-to-face and virtual students who are taking an EOC course must participate in EOC testing which will take place at the Summer School site.  ​​

  • Face-to-Face Facilitation:
    • Hosted at Johns Creek High School
    • A subject area teacher serves as the facilitator for the course and the content is completed online.  Face-to-face facilitation provides a designated time, location, and the technology needed for students to complete courses.
    • All EOC courses (9th Lit, 11th Lit, Algebra 1, Geometry, Biology, Physical Science, US History, and Economics) plus Personal Fitness are available for students who have previously failed that specific course(s). 
    • For students who want to accelerate, the only courses available to take for the first time in the face-to-face setting are Economics and Personal Fitness.
    • Students who have previously failed a course(s) may take up to two credits at no cost.
    • Students who are taking a course for the first time (accelerating) must pay tuition at the rate of $225 per 0.5 credit ($180 per 0.5 credit for students approved for free/reduced lunch).
    • Course dates are June 12th - July 14th.  Personal Fitness will only meet June 12th – June 30th.  EOC testing occurs July 13th – 14th.  School will be closed on Monday, July 3rd and Tuesday, July 4th. 
    • Late Registration:  June 5th - 9th.  Face-to-face students will be able to register in person at Johns Creek HS during this window.  Students will not be able to register for classes that are already full.
    • For more information and to register for face-to-face courses, please visit:  https://www.fultonschools.org/SummerSchool.
  • Fulton Virtual:
    • Available for recovery or acceleration
    • All content is completed online at home
    • Students who have previously failed that specific course(s) are eligible to take up to two credits at no cost. 
    • Students who are taking a course for the first time (accelerating) must pay tuition at the rate of $225 per 0.5 credit ($180 per 0.5 credit for students approved for free/reduced lunch).
    • Course dates and times are June 5h – July 14th.  EOC testing occurs July 13th – 14th at Johns Creek High School.  School will be closed on Monday, July 3rd and Tuesday, July 4th. 
    • Late Registration: June 5th - 9th.  Fulton Virtual students will be able to register online during this window.  Students will not be able to register for classes that are already full.
    • For more information and to register for Fulton Virtual courses, please visit: https://www.fultonschools.org/FultonVirtual
  • GA Virtual:
    • Available for recovery or acceleration
    • All content is completed online at home
    • Both students who have previously failed a course(s) and students who are taking a course for the first time (accelerating) must pay tuition at the rate of $250 per 0.5 credit if choosing to go through GA Virtual.
    • Course dates for the 6-week session are June 5th – July 14th and for the 5-week session are June 12th – July 14th.  EOC testing occurs July 13th – 14th at Johns Creek High School.
    • For more information and to register for GA Virtual courses, please visit:  http://gavirtualschool.org/CourseInfo.aspx

** We advise students to only attempt 0.5 or 1.0 credit of summer courses. **

  • 1 semester long course (0.5 credit) requires about 3 hours of work a day
  • 1 year long course (1.0 credit) requires about 6 hours of work a day
  • Expect 4 ½ to 9 hours of work a day if your student enrolls in an accelerated math course​​​
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