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Summer School opportunities for students

June 29, 2021

If your child has failed a core course, he/she needs to attend summer school to stay on track for graduation.

South Glens Falls High School Credit Recovery Program

Course Offerings – The tentative course offerings are as follows:

  • English 9, 10, 11 & 12
  • Earth Science
  • Algebra
  • Global History & Geography 9 & 10
  • Living Environment
  • Geometry
  • U.S. History & Government
  • 3rd Year Science
  • Algebra 2
  • Economics & Government
  • Health
    * courses in other subject areas may be completed depending on individual student need and course availability.

Summer School Dates: Tuesday, July 6 through Thursday, August 12
Dates: The program will take place normally on Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
Summer School Location: Credit Recovery will take place at Tanglewood Elementary School
Transportation: Transportation is available by bus for your student if needed. Please indicate on the linked registration form if your child needs transportation.
Cost: There is no cost to participate in the South Glens Falls High School Credit Recovery Program.
Registration Process: Students should complete this online registration form: Summer School Registration. A link to the form will also be sent to student email accounts. Students may register for multiple courses in summer school, but counselors will review and prioritize courses. The deadline to register for summer school is Wednesday, June 30. Students will be notified by email of their enrollment in credit recovery coursework.

Final Course Grade Policy for SGFHS Students: For those students who accurately complete their work, they will earn a 65% as a final course average, as well as a unit of credit.

This program offers students the opportunity to work during times that are convenient to them and their schedules. Courses are self-paced and students have the opportunity to earn credit in multiple courses if they work diligently. Please understand that your child needs to be in attendance a minimum of one day per week (per course) and complete the necessary work in order to earn credit in the above courses.

Our WSWHE BOCES Regional Summer School will also be offering a full time in-person summer school option for students who do not wish to take part in our Gradpoint program.

If you have any questions about this alternate program or any of your student’s academic needs, please do not hesitate to contact your child’s counselor or our Guidance Office at 518-792-9987.

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