Register Now for Summer Classes for Elementary, ESL
Programs offered for elementary, middle and high school levels.
April 23, 2013
With the end of the 2012-13 school year next week, summer is right around the corner. For students who need to take classes this summer, it’s time to register.
Information on summer programs at the elementary, middle and high school levels is available at the APS website.
At the elementary level, the magnet program serves students who did not score at or above proficient on the spring and fall 2012 District Based Assessment and the winter 2013 DBA, or have not passed core math/reading assessments and have a teacher recommendation.
The K-3 Plus program serves students who are incoming kindergarten through 3rd grade in 2013, giving them an extra 25 days of school. Parents should check with their child’s teacher for registration information.
The English-as-a-Second-Language program is run by the APS Language and Cultural Equity department. Parents should register their children through their neighborhood elementary schools.
Language and Cultural Equity is taking applications for English Language Learners who are interested in attending the ESL Summer School.
- High school will be from June 13 - July 3 (morning Session only) at Rio Grande HS and the Career Enrichment Center (CEC)
- Middle School will be from June 13 - July 12 at Washington, Ernie Pyle and John Adams
- Elementary will be from June 19 - July 25 at Alvarado, Arroyo del Oso, Mitchell and Pajarito
For student applications and more information, please visit the Language and Cultural Equity website. You can also contact Nana Almers or Darlene Pilon at 881-9429.
Middle school and high school classes are available for a session that runs June 13 through July 12. A second term for high school only also is scheduled for July 8-26. A summer graduation ceremony is scheduled for July 29 at the National Hispanic Cultural Center.
APS students who qualify for the federal Free and Reduced Lunch Program (FRLP) can get discounts up to 75 percent on summer school.