Wilmington High School 

Summer School 

2024

High School Program 

The High School program is designed to assist students who must earn credits toward graduation or for those students looking to improve their skills from this past academic year.  

COST: $270 Per Course

Students must complete 40 hours in order to earn credit.  

DATES FOR HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER SESSION 

Week 1: Monday June 24 - Friday June 28

Week 2: Monday July 1 - Wednesday July 3

Week 3: Monday July 8 - Friday July 12

Week 4: Monday July 15 - Friday July 19

Week 5: Monday July 22 - Tuesday July 23

*Students must attend all classes to receive credit. 


TIMES 

Session 1: 7:45—9:45

Session 2: 10:00 —12:00


In order to enroll please complete  the attached Google form below 

Registration Form - WHS Summer School - 2024


Students may take up to two courses if they are offered during separate sessions. 

Courses offered:

Algebra I

Algebra II

Geometry

English 9-12

U.S. History In A Global Perspective I (9) 

U.S. History In A Global Perspective II (10)

World History II (11)

Physical Science

Biology

Chemistry


Please direct all questions for WHS Summer School to Matt Hackett matthew.hackett@wpsk12.com or Michael Jones michael.jones@wpsk12.com

 WHS Main Office - 978-694-6060 


ALL CLASSES WILL TAKE PLACE AT WILMINGTON HIGH SCHOOL 

159 CHURCH STREET

WILMINGTON, MA 01887


Summer Program Guidelines


Attendance

A MINIMUM OF 40 HOURS IS THE REQUIREMENT FOR COURSE CREDIT.  


Discipline

Good behavior is MANDATORY to remain in the summer program.  Any student who is disruptive in class, disrespectful toward another student, or to any adult associated with the summer program will be excluded from the program.  ALL rules as outlined in the WHS Student/Parent Handbook are in effect during the summer program.


Course Requirements

There is a prescribed program which has been developed and approved for each remedial course offered through the summer program.  A syllabus which includes all course requirements and deadlines for all assignments will be distributed on the first day of class.  The deadlines MUST BE MET for successful completion of each course.  Successful completion will require a minimum grade of 70 and on time completion of ALL assigned work. 


Progress Reports

Progress Reports for each student in each course will be available weekly through Google Classroom.  Progress reports will indicate student absences and whether the student is keeping up with the class work and assignments.


Completion of Program

At the completion of the Summer School Program, a certificate of completion, which will include the grade for the course, will be mailed to you and to your school.