Laurel Springs Summer School
Summer courses at Laurel Springs drive students to grow academically outside of the traditional school year. From kindergarten through grade 12, students can work ahead or retake a course, gaining what they need to feel confident about entering their next grade level.
Achieve more in less time—on your time
With summer courses at Laurel Springs, academics don't get in the way of pursuing outside interests and passions. Our online summer program helps students grow and excel academically and personally.
Who can apply?Students in kindergarten through grade 12.
When can students enroll?Our summer program has multiple start dates.
How much does it cost?Tuition for summer school varies by course(s).
How long are the courses?We offer six-week and 12-week summer courses.
Build confidence at any level
The Laurel Springs summer program provides the opportunity to explore new topics, get a jumpstart on their next school year, or retake a course. Our self-paced approach allows students to focus on gaining knowledge and understanding, which can boost their confidence, build self-esteem, and prepare them for success.
Learn how to succeed
Laurel Springs uses a flexible, self-paced instructional format and a mastery-based approach allowing students to master concepts before moving to the next level. This personalized learning model is so effective students often see more achievement in less time.
How do I enroll my student in the summer program?
What courses are available for summer school?We offer a wide variety of six-week and 12-week summer courses, including Honors and AP courses, world languages, electives, and more.
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Are there registration deadlines for the summer program?
Yes. Our six-week and 12-week summer courses have specific registration dates to accommodate summer course start and end dates.
Do you offer NCAA-approved summer courses for student-athletes?Yes. We offer NCAA-approved courses.
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What is my role in my child's online education as a parent?Parents of young children taking summer courses need to be hands-on in setting a learning schedule and assist with lessons and coursework. Parents may need to guide their coursework for middle school students taking summer courses. High school students taking summer courses should be able to set their schedules and work through their lessons with minimal supervision.
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What are the technology requirements for summer school?Summer school students need a standard laptop or desktop computer with Windows or Mac OS support, plus an up-to-date browser and access to high-speed internet. Some courses require speakers and a microphone, and some require a printer and scanner.
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Does my child already have to be enrolled at Laurel Springs to participate in the summer program?No. Your child does not have to be a full-time student at Laurel Springs to take summer courses, and enrollment is easy.