Summer Semester 2023

Summer Semester 2023

Course Guide

Registration for in-district students

Registration for out-of-district students

Please carefully read the summer school information and view the mandatory informational presentation before clicking on the registration link.

Summer Semester is designed for students who have failed a class and would like to earn credits to get back on track for graduation. Our general summer courses offer credit recovery and not grade replacement on your transcript.  

Classes will be completed online with teacher support.

Registration will open on May 1 at 8:00 a.m., it will remain open , based on availability, until June 1 at noon.
In-District students should complete the registration form online at MySchoolBucks.  

  • Please review the course guide for the classes that will be offered.
  • Students may select up to two courses, if needed. Please understand that the student will work on one course at a time.  
  • Summer Semester is only offered for credit recovery. If you are unsure what class your student needs for credit recovery please review their grades in IC or contact their counselor.
  • There is a required informational presentation.
  • For out-of-district students there is a fee of $225 per course. Registration and payment is online
Session Information: 
  • Through a grant secured by the District, the cost is free for in-district students  
  • The cost for out-of-district students is $225
  • Session runs from May 30 at 7:00 a.m. through June 22 at noon.
  • Registration opens on May 1 
  • Registration closes on June 1 at noon, dependent on space available
  • Course Drop/Removal is June 1 at noon

Course Offerings:
These self-paced online classes provide students with off-site learning opportunities.  We recommend this option for disciplined learners as it is the student's responsibility to stay on pace through the assigned curriculum. While online coursework is available 24 hours a day, work must be completed within the time-frame of the session in which that student enrolls in order to gain credit. Students are expected to maintain regular contact with the Summer School Teacher regarding their progress.

Most high schools in DCSD are offering a summer semester. Some are offering two sessions and some are offering in-person classes. Space and availability is limited. Please visit the district webpage where you can visit each school's summer semester page. If you are interested in attending summer semester at another school, please contact that high school directly.

Questions, please contact Lauri Echer at [email protected]
The summer semester principal is Kyle Mossman at [email protected]