MCPS Regional Summer School Program
Registration for the MCPS Regional Summer School program is
now open. Courses are being offered at John F. Kennedy, Richard Montgomery,
Northwest, and Walt Whitman High Schools. If you have any
questions or would like to see if a course is appropriate for your student,
please contact your student’s WJHS counselor.
The Regional Summer School brochure and registration forms
are available on the summer school website:
SESSION 1(A) (.5 credit)
Dates: June 25 - July 13
(8:10a.m. – 1:00p.m. daily)
Registration deadline is June 4*
SESSION 2(B) (.5 credit)
Dates: July 17 - August 3
(8:10a.m. – 1:00 p.m. daily)
Registration deadline is June 22, 12:00pm
In order to register for a summer school course, students
should complete the Google Registration Form online for the appropriate
session, print the form, and obtain required signatures. Students will then
bring completed form(s) and payment to their WJHS School Counselor and School
Financial Specialist to finalize registration. Students are registered only
when payment is received.
Please note the registration deadlines; there are no
exceptions. *Session 1 registration deadline is posted on MCPS materials to
be June 5th at 12:00pm, however, WJHS will be closed on June 5th
for graduation. Please complete registration at WJHS by June 4th.
The Session 2 registration deadline is June 22nd at
12:00pm at WJHS.
Enrollment is limited and classes will be filled on a
first-come, first-served basis. Late registration is only available on a space
available basis and will be in person at the Carver Education Services Center
on select dates and times. Registration forms must be signed by your high
school counselor before bringing them to late registration at CESC.
It has just come to our attention that the Regional Summer School Program will be offering their core academic classes as either honors or on-level courses. Offering the "honors" option is new this year and is not intended for original credit. It is intended for students who have taken the honors level course at heir home school and would like to repeat the honors level course during summer school to improve their learning and earn a higher grade.
We have been informed that each class section will likely be a "combination" class-students who are taking the course for honors credit and students who are choosing to take the class for on-level credit. The classroom teacher will differentiate instruction and there will be additional work/requirements for students wishing to take the course for honors credit.
Please see the link below for information on the summer school program.