2022 Summer School

Glynn Academy 2022 Summer School 

Glynn County Schools is offering free face-face summer school to high school students for:

Intersession: To improve 2nd semester failing grade (grade 60 - 69) 

Summer School: To retake failed academic courses 59 or below, complete their Edgenuity course, OR earn an initial credit needed for graduation on Edgenuity platform

Summer school seats will be reserved first to seniors, then to juniors and will be opened up to sophomores and freshmen if seats are available. Summer school and intersession hours of operation are:  Monday-Friday 8:30 – 12:30.

 

Program Dates Session Times
Intersession
June 6th – June 14th  (EOC classes)
(Monday –Friday)
June 6-17th (Non EOC classes)
8:30 to 12:30 
Summer School
June 6th – June 24th 
(Monday – Friday)
8:30 to 12:30 

 

Mandatory Registration:  Parents/guardians must register their child for summer school by 4 pm of May 26, by filling out the online registration form found in the school’s webpage. Click here for registration form. The application lists the courses offered for summer school.

Attendance:  Summer school students are expected to be on time and attend every day.  Any student who misses more than 3 days will be dropped from the summer school roster.  All current Glynn County Covid-19 protocols for attendance will be followed.

Behavior:   Summer school is NOT required. It is a FREE opportunity to make up classes or failed tests. We will not tolerate disruptions, class disturbances, or sleeping in class.  Any student who does not take summer school seriously or who causes a disruption- will be dismissed for the remainder of summer school. Breakfast and Lunch served daily at no cost:  Breakfast will be served from 8 to 8:20 daily and Lunch will be from 12:15 – 12:30 daily. 

Transportation: Bus transportation will be provided to and from summer school and intercession for students who qualify to receive transportation during the school year.