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2017 Core Academic Summer School Programs

Two more opportunities to register for secondary summer school

  • When: Friday, June 30, and Wednesday, July 5
  • Where: The summer school office at Redmond High School: Library, Room D104
  • Times: 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. ONLY
  • View available classes and times

Each year, the Lake Washington School District offers summer school classes for elementary, middle, and high school students. Classes are available in a variety of subjects, including English, math, reading, language arts, history, health, Spanish and other elective courses.

Catalogs should be available in all LWSD schools, on the district website, and at the district Resource Center by the end of April.

All elementary and secondary summer school classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Mail-in registration is May 9 - June 16, 2017. Walk-in registration will be held at Redmond High School, June 27-28 from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Late registration at RHS will be held on Thursday, June 29 from 12:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Registration will remain open on a space available basis through July 6, 2017. Contact the Summer School Office at summerschool@lwsd.org or 425-936-2302 for more information. Note: The Summer School Office will be closed on July 3 and 4, 2017.

Programs and Locations

High School Core Programs and Location

Secondary Core Academic Summer School

NEW THIS YEAR! Online credit card payment for in-district students will be available through Parent Access through June 16. Completely fill out the 2017 Registration Form (Pages A & B). Print out your receipt and staple it to the registration paperwork. You still need to mail in the registration pages by June 16, or drop them off during walk-in registration no later than June 28 by 2:00 p.m. for your child to be registered for summer school. Many classes fill up, so register early to be sure you get the classes you want. All classes will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

Middle School Core Program and Location

Secondary Core Academic Summer School

NEW THIS YEAR! Online credit card payment for in-district students will be available through Parent Access through June 16. Completely fill out the 2017 Registration Form (Pages A & B). Print out your receipt and staple it to the registration paperwork. You still need to mail in the registration pages by June 16, or drop them off during walk-in registration no later than June 28 by 2:00 p.m. for your child to be registered for summer school. Many classes fill up, so register early to be sure you get the classes you want. All classes will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

Elementary Core Program and Location

Elementary Core Academic Summer School

For general information and questions about core elementary and secondary summer school and the Super Summer Enrichment program, call the Core Summer School phone line at 425-936-2302 and leave a detailed message or email summerschool@lwsd.org.

Fees

2017 Fees for Core Academic Summer School

High School
  • Full price: $405 per 0.5 credit course
  • Eligible for reduced lunch: $250
  • Eligible for free lunch: $120

Middle School

  • Full price: $230 per 4-week course
  • Eligible for reduced lunch: $115
  • Eligible for free lunch: $70

Elementary School

  • Full price: $510 for the 4-week program
  • Eligible for reduced lunch: $300
  • Eligible for free lunch: $225

Reduced fees for the core elementary and secondary programs are only applicable to in-district students for English, math, reading, science, language arts, health and Spanish courses. High school electives will be charged the full fee. High school art classes have additional fees. Out-of-district students will be charged the full fee plus an additional $10 for each course taken.

Documents for Secondary Students and their Parents

Two students using laptops during Summer School 2016