Elder High School offers an academic summer school program as an extension to the regular academic program, designed to provide students with opportunities to gain academic credit, either as enrichment (new-credit) or remediation (repeat-credit). Elder’s summer school program is offered to students throughout the tri-state area.
The existence of all courses listed below is contingent upon sufficient enrollment and hiring qualified teachers. Early registration for all courses is highly recommended. Registration starts on Monday, March 13. The last day for guaranteed registration is Thursday, June 8th. A link to our Registration Form is included at the bottom of this page. Completed forms and tuition payment may be turned in to Elder's Main Office, 7:00 A.M. to 3:30 P.M., Monday through Friday.
TUITION & FEES:
The fee for a 5-week course is $290.00, and for a 2.5-week course it is $145.00. The fee must be paid-in-full at the time of registration (see above). No refunds will be given if the student withdraws or is expelled after the first day of class.
DATES & CLASS TIMES:
Classes will begin on Monday, June 12, and will continue through Friday, July 14. Classes will not be in session on July 3 or July 4. All courses are five weeks in duration unless stated otherwise.
Class times are 7:45-10:20 A.M. and 10:30 A.M.-1:05 P.M., Monday through Friday. Most courses are offered only once during the day; however, some of the courses may be offered during both time slots.
Students' course information (course name, time, room number) will be EMAILED to the student and the parent; notification normally occurs the Friday prior to the start of summer school.
A somewhat relaxed dress code is maintained during summer school. However, students are expected to dress in accordance with the fact that they are attending school.
Students may park in Elder's west parking lot (adjacent to the North Wing) which is accessible off of Gilsey Avenue or Panther Court, or they may park on neighboring streets.
For more information, contact Dr. Patrick Tucker at firstname.lastname@example.org or (513) 921-3744 x3440.
- Remediation (repeat-credit): courses for those students who failed a course during the regular school year and need to retake the course.
- Enrichment (new-credit): courses for those students who would like more flexibility in scheduling classes during the regular school year.
Click here for complete list of course descriptions & to download the Registration Form