summer school
    Classes are held at Chelmsford High School :
    July 10 - August 4, 2017

    All classes will require Online Registration - Please click here to register

    A comprehensive Summer School Program is offered for grades 7–12 at Chelmsford High School. Courses offered will cover the four core subjects: math, ELA, social studies and science. It is not the intent of Summer School to allow students to supplement the rigors of a full year course, but to allow the student who has had difficulty during the year to gain credit towards promotion or graduation and to give others an enrichment experience. To receive high school credit: prior written approval from the student’s principal, dean, or guidance director is required. Students not enrolled in Chelmsford Public Schools should contact their district for approval prior to registration.

    Online registration is mandatory for the Summer School Program. After you have completed your class selection(s) and entered your payment information, you may print a receipt showing your transaction has been approved. A confirmation email will be sent to you upon a successful transaction. Visit the CommEd Office, your school or local library if you do not have access to a computer.
    Transportation is not provided.
    Release of grades is dependent upon completion of a course and full payment of tuition.
    Below is a listing of courses that may be offered; final determination based on enrollment.
    Session 1 from 8:00 am -10:10 am.
    Session 2 from 10:20 am -12:30 pm.
    Courses offered:
    Session 1: 8:00am-10:10 am:
    • Basic Math (7-8)
    • Geometry (9-12)
    • Biology w/ Lab 
    • English (10-12)
    • US History 1 & 2
    Session 2 : 10:20am - 12:30pm
    • Algebra 1 (9-12)
    • Algebra 2 (9-12)
    • English (7-9)
    • Chemistry w/ Lab
    • World History
    Tuition is $300 per session for Chelmsford Public School students.
    Tuition is $315 per session for students not enrolled in Chelmsford Public Schools.
    Parents will be notified when a student is absent of if he/she is not keeping up with assignments and class work.  Students with more than 2 absences, or who are not completing work, will be dropped from the program without a refund. 
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