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Summer Programs

May 26 was the deadline to register for most PK-12 summer opportunities. Students registered after that date will be added to a waitlist and will only be able to participate if space becomes available. Transportation will not be provided to students registered after May 26.

 

2023 Summer Programs

Summer school registration opens April 10 for Chesterfield County Public Schools. Fill in learning gaps. Strengthen skills. Get ahead. Whatever your motivation, summer school can help make summer count! Summer opportunities are open for:

  • Students currently in grades K-5: in-person instruction for students who receive an invitation from their school based on academic need

  • Students who will enter kindergarten in August 2023: in-person instruction for all invited students who complete kindergarten registration by May 26

  • Students currently in grades 6-8: in-person instruction for students who receive an invitation from their school based on academic need

  • Students taking high school courses: in-person instruction for students who received a D or F and who receive an invitation from their school to participate or for students who want to take certain classes for the first time to get ahead

  • Students in grades K-8 interested in camps focused on cultural arts, career pathways, basketball and early childhood special education

April 28 is the deadline to register for accelerated CCPSOnline high school courses. May 26 is the deadline to register for most PK-12 summer opportunities.

School Readiness For Rising Kindergartners

In person: Exclusively for children who will be in kindergarten in August 2023 and receive a letter of invitation. This free summer session will help you splash boldly into the school year. To enroll in this program, children must have completed kindergarten registration by May 26. 

Elementary School

In person: Available only for students who receive an invitation from their school to participate, based on academic need. If you have questions about an invitation, contact your school. Breakfast and lunch are available; transportation provided for students accepted by May 26.

Year-round schools note: Fifth grade students at year-round schools (Bellwood and Falling Creek elementaries) must register here instead of the other elementary school registration form.

Middle School

In person: Available only for students who receive an invitation from their school to participate, based on academic need. If you have questions about an invitation, call your school. Breakfast and lunch are available; transportation provided for students accepted by May 26.

High School In-person Instruction

Breakfast and lunch are available; transportation provided for students accepted by May 26. In-person instruction is available only for students who:

  • received a D or F and who receive an invitation from their school to participate

  • want to take certain classes in the summer for the first time to get ahead or create more room in their schedule for classes during the regular school year. These are the only classes for acceleration that are available in person:

    • PE 9 (0.5 credit; $165 tuition for students taking PE 9 for the first time) Students may take Health 9 through CCPSOnline in order to earn a complete Health/PE 9 credit during the summer.

    • PE 10 (0.5 credit, $165 tuition for students taking PE 10 for the first time) Students may take Health 10 through CCPSOnline in order to earn a complete Health/PE 10 credit during the summer.

    • Driver’s education (classroom portion only; $150 tuition for students taking this for the first time)

High School Virtual Instruction

Register here. Virtual instruction is available via CCPSOnline for students who want to take high school credit courses for acceleration. This means taking a class in the summer for the first time to get ahead or create more room in their schedule for classes during the regular school year.

Test Preparation: Sat/sol/w!se Academies

Targeted sessions help students prepare for SOL tests, the SAT and the W!se test. 

  • Students who pass a course but fail the corresponding SOL test may attend the SOL Academy free of charge. 

  • Juniors and seniors are invited to attend the SAT prep course. The SAT Academy is free but a required study guide must be purchased.

  • The W!se Academy is open to any student who passed the economics and personal finance course but did not pass or attempt the corresponding W!se financial literacy test and who needs a career and technical education credential to graduate.

Summer Enrichment Camps

Give it a go! Summer camps offer a chance to explore new subjects. Click the icons to learn more and register.

Elementary School

Middle School Camps

School-based Camps

School-Based Camps

Give it a go! Summer camps offer a chance to explore new subjects. Click the icons to learn more and register.

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