Summer School 2018: All high school and middle school courses will be held at Rogers Park Middle School. 
The summer school office  phone number will be posted shortly. 
High school semester 1 classes: Monday July 9 - Friday July 20 
High school semester 2 classes: Monday July 23 - Friday August 3
High school Accelerated Chemistry: Monday July 9 - Friday August 3

Elementary Schools: 2018

Questions regarding the elementary program can be directed to Michelle Tarsi, Director at  

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 Mid May. 

Questions may be directed to your child’s Principal.
For incoming K-5 students

Middle Schools 2018

For incoming 6-8 students

Grades 9 - 12: 2018

Danbury Public Schools offers accelerated and credit restoration courses for students entering grades 9 -12. Classes will be held at Rogers Park Middle School. 

Specific questions regarding eligibility and registration for the high school programs should be directed to the students school counselor.

General questions for the program for grades 9 - 12 may be sent to: 

Credit Restoration courses will be held July 9 - August 3, 2018

Danbury residents $ 140 per course; Non residents $ 200 per course
Register by June 22 and receive a $ 20 discount per course

Semester 1 courses: July 9 - July 20
Semester 2 courses: July 23 - August 3

There are morning and afternoon sessions, each with specific courses offered. Morning sessions are 8:00 - 11:00 am. Afternoon sessions are 
11:30 - 2:30 pm. 

Students are required to attend all classes, and only one absence is permitted. All coursework must be completed within the two week session. 

Tuition must be paid in full at time of registration.

Accelerated Chemistry will be held July 2  - August 3, 2018
8:00 am - 1:30 pm (may not exceed two absences)

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. 


High School Summer Work