High School Summer School Information!
Published on 7/6/18
District News Corcoran High School ITC Nottingham High School PSLA @ Fowler
Summer school registration for high school students is fast approaching! Summer school will run from 8:30 - 11:55 am at Henninger (for Henninger, Nottingham and ITC students) and Corcoran (for Corcoran PSLA, and ITC students). Summer school will run from July 9th through August 17th.
AIS classes are also taking place July 30th through August 15th. Students must register for an AIS class in order to sit for an August 2018 Regents exam, which will take place on August 16th and 17th. Click here to view the complete August 2018 Regents Exam Schedule.
All registration, including registration for AIS sessions, will be done in person at your child's current high school building. Students will register with their high school counselors in person June 25th - June 29th from 9 am - 2 pm at their current school.
June 25th: Seniors Only
June 26th: Juniors Only
June 27th: Sophomores Only
June 28th: Freshmen and Incoming Freshmen (8th graders) Only
June 29th: Late Registration and Out of District City Residents* Only
*Out of District City Residents: Need to come with an official transcript, a note from a guidance counselor stating which classes need to be taken, and immunization records
Please note that no telephone or email registrations will be accepted. Registration will close on June 29th at 2 pm.
Environmental Science (based on need)
Anatomy and Physiology (based on need)
Art (Henninger Only)
Music (Corcoran Only)
Spanish I (Corcoran Only
If you have questions contact Tara Jennings, High School Summer School Coordinator at (315) 435-4321 or contact your child's school counselor.
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