Highland Park High School
*Note: The problems with Efund payments for summer school have been corrected. If there are any future issues with payments please contact Brooke Benedict
Summer School Information
Only students who are classified as freshmen or above for the fall semester immediately following summer school are eligible to attend HPHS Summer School. Prior to starting a summer school course at HPHS, a student must contact their counselor with any questions prior to registering for a summer school course. Please see the counseling website for information related to summer courses offered outside of HPISD. If approval is not granted prior to enrollment, the student may not be awarded credit toward graduation. A student may normally earn a maximum of two semesters of credit (one full course unit) in one summer. As HPHS Summer School is self-funded, a minimum number of students must register for each course to cover costs.
All courses are offered Monday - Friday during the summer.
If the course proves too difficult, students can withdraw on the first day of classes and receive a 50% refund. After the first day of classes, there will be no refunds. Since summer school is self-funded, there are NO exceptions to this policy.
Any student unable to complete a course, for any reason, should contact the summer school principal to formally withdraw from the summer school course. Once the withdrawal has been approved, the student will be withdrawn from summer school and no grade assigned for the particular course. A grade will be assigned to a student who fails to formally withdraw from a course and the course grade will appear on the transcript.