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Summer School
Summer School
Students have two summer school options: LDHS Summer School and Virtual SC.
LDHS Summer School will be held Monday through Thursday, June 13 - July 3, from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM. Breakfast and lunch will be served for free, and transportation will be available. All courses will be taught through the online A+ curriculum. Students who have failed a class with a 50-59 are eligible for credit recovery. Students who have failed a class with a 49 or below will need to take the entire course again (initial credit) and should discuss options with their counselor. However, a student may NOT take an EOC class for initial credit if he or she has never taken the class (and EOC exam) before. Initial credit will be available on campus. See your counselor for a registration form. To secure a spot, return the form to your counselor by June 6.
The following courses are available through A+: Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Biology 1, Chemistry 1, Chemistry 2, Earth and Space Science, English 1, English 2, English 3, English 4, Geometry, Government, Personal Finance, Physical Science, US History, World Geography, and World History.
Virtual SC classes are also taught online but may be completed at home. Classes begin June 5 and end August 1. Students will complete their final exam with a counselor on the LDHS campus. Students must preregister for these classes by going to https://virtualsc.org/. Because this is a state-wide program, classes are filled on a first come, first serve basis. Eleventh and twelfth grade students register between May 15 and May 29. Ninth and tenth grade students may register between May 22 and May 29. See your counselor if you have questions.