Summer School

Summer School 2022

Register For Summer School


Summer school is utilized to remediate students in courses already attempted for high school credit. The allocations will be used for the courses needed most by the students served. This program is for face-to-face instruction with a focus on remediating the standards of the course at the cognitive complexity level dictated by the FLDOE course description. It is important to understand that school bus transportation is being provided based on the students that sign up in advance for summer school. The bus stop may not be the same as during the regular school year depending on availability. A list of available bus stops will be placed on the website and sent out once they are created.

Credit Recovery Labs


Students may recover credit through Edgenuity for a course they previously took and did not pass. The available recovery courses are listed below:

Algebra I
Algebra II
Liberal Arts Math
Math for College Readiness

English I
English II
English III
English IV


Environmental Science

U.S. History
World History
American Government

Algebra 1 EOC Prep Camp

To remediate the students on the standards assessed on the EOC at the cognitive complexity level tested. This program is not for credit recovery but strictly for support in passing the exam. The Prep Camp will last through the first day of the Summer EOC Assessment testing window in order that students will be prepared to retake the exam immediately after finishing the camp. This camp will serve both middle school and high schools students who have completed Algebra I.

Extended School Year

To reinforce skills taught throughout the school year and ensure knowledge retention in preparation for the 2020-21 school year. ESY is the ONLY summer program that will receive school bus transportation for eligible students. An additional loss of learning program will be provided July 12-27 for those students who are determined based on IEP team meetings.

Exceptional Student Education (ESE) Camp

A 1 day transition orientation for incoming 9th grade ESE students to get comfortable with the school environment and get information about available resources on campus.

Calculus Project

To encourage students to pursue instruction in higher level mathematics culminating in the completion of AP Calculus. For any student taking Algebra 2 in 9th grade, Pre-Calculus in 10th grade, and any higher level course in 11th or 12th grade. Students can attend either session or both.

Transportation Routes
UHS Summer Bus Stops as of 5-31