Requirements and Credit Classes

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Graduation Requirements

  • Fall semester credits are offered June 6-12.
  • Spring semester credits are offered June 20-July 1.
  • Each semester is two weeks.
  • To obtain credit for both semesters, students should register for four weeks.
  • One half credit is granted for each semester course.
  • The fee for each 1/2 credit  course is $600.
  • Class times: 8:00 am – 3:30 pm.
  • Registration requires a $200 non-refundable deposit which will be applied to the total summer fee.

High School Credit Classes

  • U.S. GOVERNMENT | JUNE 6-17 | 0.5
  • ECONOMICS | JUNE 20-JULY 1 | 0.5
  • HEALTH | JUNE 6-17 | 0.5
  • SPEECH | JUNE 20 – JULY 1 | 0.5
  • ENGLISH – semester 1 | JUNE 6-17 | 0.5
  • ENGLISH – semester 2 | JUNE 20 – JULY 1 | 0.5
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Class rings

Obtaining a high school class ring is a significant milestone in the academic journey of many students. It symbolizes the completion of a significant period of education, and serves as a tangible reminder of the hard work and dedication required to achieve it. The acquisition of a class ring often elicits feelings of excitement and pride in students, as it represents the culmination of their efforts throughout their high school career. Furthermore, the ring represents a connection to the school and classmates, serving as a symbol of belonging and camaraderie. Overall, the acquisition of a high school class ring is a meaningful event that is often anticipated and celebrated by students and staff alike.

The best part, was that she was happy every day when I picked her up after school. It had been a long time since she felt that way.

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Parents of 7th Grader,

Fairhill family since January 2018