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Provo City School District Covid-19 Updates

Last modified: July 5, 2022

Provo eSchool Summer School

Dates

Summer term begins June 1, 2022. All coursework and tests MUST be completed by July 27, 2022 at midnight. Students may not begin early nor receive an extension. Students will receive an email to their student email account on or before June 1st with instructions on getting started.

Registration

Online summer school is for Provo City School District students in grades 9-12, including incoming 9th graders. No K-8 courses are available during the summer. There is no cost for summer school this year. Registration begins April 13th, and the last day to enroll in any summer classes (either original credit or credit recovery) is June 30th.

SUMMER SCHOOL REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.

Policies

Coursework is asynchronous, which means students may work on their courses at any time throughout each day and week of the summer term. Teachers will be available for questions via email. 

Students may enroll in a total of 1.0 credit (four one-quarter classes) for the summer term.

None of the online summer classes are NCAA approved, so do not enroll in them if you wish to play college sports at a Division I or II school.

All final exams must be proctored. eSchool staff will be holding proctoring sessions virtually via Zoom July 20-21, 26-27 or earlier by appointment (email eSchool@provo.edu). We are available to proctor Monday-Thursday.

Letter grades will be awarded for any original credit course. If you enroll in a summer school course and do not drop it within one week, you are responsible to finish the course. Any student who does not drop or finish a course will receive a failed grade. Credit recovery courses are pass/fail only. 

Students are encouraged to use their own device (desktop, laptop, Chromebook). A limited number of Chromebooks can be checked out from their high school. eSchool will not be checking out Chromebooks for summer school. 

Courses Available

The available courses are listed below:

Secondary Math I, II, III

English 9, 10, 11, 12

Biology

Chemistry

Earth Science

US History

World History

Government

Geography

Health

Financial Literacy

Exploring Computer Science

Fitness for Life**

**Please note that Fitness for Life is available as a 7-week course, so students must start the first week of summer school in order to complete it.