• END OF COURSE REMEDIATION (EOC) is state mandated as it requires students graduating from a Texas public school must successfully master the EOC exams, which include English I, English II, Algebra I, Biology, and US History, as part of the graduation requirement. Summer remediation is offered for ninth through twelfth grade students who are required to retest for one or more of the EOC exams. Students will receive instruction and support needed to prepare for summer testing and course offerings are free.
  • ACCELERATION SUMMER SCHOOL is for students to earn one full initial credit for selected courses offered during the summer. Students must meet the established prerequisites and courses offerings are tuition-based.
  • CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY (CTE) offers selected CTE courses to provide students the opportunity to earn one full initial credit for selected courses directly related to a career and technology pathway. Students must meet the established prerequisites and courses offerings are tuition-based.
  • CREDIT RECOVERY THROUGH TEACHER INSTRUCTION provides students the opportunity in grades 9-12, who would otherwise fail a course taken during the regular school year, to complete the requirements of the class and receive credit by attending summer school. Credit recovery is only to be used when a student has a reasonable chance to complete the unfulfilled requirements of a course within the summer school session. Students earn credit with a classroom teacher in a traditional lecture style classroom and courses offerings are tuition-based.
  • CREDIT RECOVERY THROUGH ONLINE EDGENUITY LABS provides students the opportunity in grades 9-12, who would otherwise fail a course taken during the regular school year, to complete the requirements of the class and receive credit by attending summer school. Credit recovery is only to be used when a student has a reasonable chance to complete the unfulfilled requirements of a course within the summer school session. Students earn credit through the Edgenuity online program for promotion and courses offerings are tuition-based.