Achieve More with Our Summer School Courses
Edgenuity will partner with you to create a summer school program that fits your needs. With online and blended learning options, we can work with you to develop customized programs that accommodate a wide variety of academic goals. Use Edgenuity to captivate students with media-rich content and provide educators with the data they need to measure student progress and achievement in real time.
Engage and challenge students.
Engage struggling students who need to get back on track with credit recovery and concept recovery courses. Challenge gifted students who are motivated to move ahead with initial credit courses that let them fulfill the requirements for the coming school year and acceleration courses in math, a variety of electives, and world languages. Or, use Edgenuity summer school courses to help students prepare for state exams and standardized tests.
Get unique implementation models for your school or district.
There’s no need to develop new curriculum—customizable online summer school courses have been created for you. Whether you use our content with your school staff or our live state-certified instructors who interact with students virtually, Edgenuity’s flexible learning options can fulfill the needs of any summer school program. With Edgenuity, you can let your students work from home or in school through a variety of unique summer school implementation models.
- Use Edgenuity’s curriculum and have your educators teach in a classroom at your school.
- Offer Edgenuity’s content and teachers and let students learn completely online at home or at school.
- Or, let us work with you to create a summer school program that best fits your needs. Download our top examples from schools and districts across the country.
Learn how summer school courses helped at-risk students in Georgia.
The Richmond County School System implemented a six-week blended learning program to give at-risk high school students who previously failed courses, the chance to recover credits. In 2013, students learned through both face-to-face and online instruction, five days a week in class and online at home. The blended, personalized instruction deepened relationships between students and teachers and empowered students to master content and get back on track. The 126 students who enrolled in the summer school program completed eighty-six percent of their Edgenuity courses with passing grades. Download the complete Case Study.
Find out how Texas students doubled their pass rate on a state test.
Lufkin Independent School District offered students who didn’t pass the spring 2011 Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (TAKS) Mathematics test the chance to take Edgenuity courses during summer school. Courses were offered in a computer lab five hours a day, four days a week, for six weeks. The percentage of students who passed the TAKS Mathematics test more than doubled between 2011 and 2012. Download the complete Research Brief.
See how Virginia students took advanced classes during the summer.
Bedford County Public Schools (BCPS) wanted to find an effective blended learning solution that would allow eighth-grade students to take advanced classes. In June 2011, BCPS piloted Edgenuity’s World History and Earth Science courses in an eight-week summer school program. Students accessed courses at home on their personal computers and returned to school to take teacher-supervised assessments. The summer school program was so successful that the district decided to expand the program to the school year. Download the complete Research Brief.