A Summer School program is provided in the Central Dauphin School District for students in grades 6, 7 and 8. Registration forms, subjects offered and other information regarding summer school procedures, rules and regulations may be obtained from the pupil's guidance counselor. It is strongly recommended that students make up deficiencies in summer school immediately following failure.
In order for students to attend summer education remedial courses for credit, an average of 40% must have been achieved during the school year. Permanent incompletes are not eligible for summer school remediation. All summer school applicants are subject to principal approval.
Students not successfully completing their grade level English course during the regular school year must repeat and successfully complete that English course during summer school that calendar year. Studens who fail to earn an English credit during the regular school year or during summer school must repeat the failed English course during the next academic school year. English courses are sequential and must be taken and successfully completed in numerical order.
Summer School courses for students in grades 9 and 10 may be available through the Capital Area Online Learning Association (CAOLA).
Summer School courses for students in grades 11 and 12 may be available through the Keystone Credit Recovery Program, or through CAOLA. Student in grades 11 and 12 may take a maximum of 2 classes in their high school career through the Keystone Credit Recovery Program or any similar program.
Students may take a maximum of 2 classes per year during Summer School which are taken as pass/fail.
Please note that Summer School courses are not NCAA approved.