Updated information for summer 2017 will be posted by mid April 

Students should see their guidance counselors with any questions. 

 Walk in registration for grades 9 -12 will be held TBD.   Students must bring their grades or transcript in order to register. 

Email dhssummerlearning@danbury.k12.ct.us  with any questions about the program for grades 9 - 12.

Elementary Schools: 2016

The Title 1 summer school program will be offered to K - 3 students at: Ellsworth Avenue, Hayestown Avenue, Morris Street, Park Avenue, Shelter Rock, South Street, and Stadley Rough. Program dates are 
July 18 - August 11, 2016.

Additional elementary summer school programs will be offered to K-3 students at: WCAIS, Great Plain, King Street Primary, Mill Ridge Primary, and Pembroke. Program dates are August 1 - August 11, 2016.

Questions may be directed to your child’s Principal. 

The program is designed to address the literacy needs of students who have been identified as being substantially deficient. Students who have been identified for supplemental literacy support will also be included in the program. Participants will be selected and notified by their school's administrator in early June.

For incoming K-5 students


Middle Schools 2016

For incoming 6-8 students

Grades 9 - 12 : 2016

Danbury Public Schools offers accelerated and credit recovery courses for students entering grades 9 -12. Classes will be held at Broadview Middle School. Students should see their guidance counselors after 
May 16 for registration information.

Credit Recovery courses will be held June 27 - July 22, 2016
Semester 1 courses will be offered June 27 - July 8. Semester 2 courses will be offered July 11 - July 22.  There are morning and afternoon sessions, each with specific courses offered. 

Danbury residents $ 140 per course; Non residents $ 200 per course
Register by June 1 and receive a $ 20 early bird discount per course.

Accelerated courses will be held June 27 - July 29, 2016 
The summer acceleration program will provide multiple learning opportunities for students.  Courses have been designed to accelerate student learning toward district standards so that students have more opportunities to take advanced courses. 

Cost: Danbury residents is $ 550; non residents is $ 650. Register by June 1 and receive a $ 50 early bird discount. See the program brochure for a complete list of courses offered. Please note that courses require a minimum of 10 enrolled students in order to be scheduled. 

For incoming 9th graders 
Algebra I: courses represent the accelerated program options for incoming freshmen. To be eligible for the accelerated program, students must have passed the previous years course.  This is a great opportunity for freshmen to gain credits, accelerate their course work, and enhance their learning, which will allow them to enroll in more and different classes during their high school years. High school has strict graduation requirements and these courses can fulfill the needs of some of the requirements. 

Email dhssummerlearning@danbury.k12.ct.us with any questions about the program for grades 9 - 12

High School Summer Work