High School Summer School
June 7th - June 29th 2023
All communication/information will be on the Google Classroom
Students should enter through the HS clocktower on Wednesday, June 7th
If the student's last name starts with A-G - 8:30
If the student's last name starts with H-N - 9:30
If the student's last name starts with O-Z - 10:30
This allows us time to work through any tech/class placement issues
Students are invited to stay until 12:30 on the first day (students do not have to leave when the next group arrives)
Summer School Registration Form - Last day to register is 6/6/23
8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Monday – Thursday - High School in Person
We recognize that students may need extra time to master grade-level standards. Students will continue to build positive learning habits as they continue grade-level academic work. During this time, teachers will be proctoring exams, running workshops, and providing instruction as needed for the students; however, these courses are self-paced, so students may work on their courses at any time of the day but are expected to be in person during summer school hours.
There are 3 main options for courses in summer school
Credit recovery - continuation of a course or retaking a course
Original credit - taking the course for the first time
English/Math Enrichment for 8th graders rising to 9th grade to help get them ready for high school
This course is designed for students who have a “Not Yet”. These courses are completed online through Edgenuity.
This could be a continuation of REAL Platform, Online Course, or Standards-Based Grading course.
Students must satisfactorily complete the course for credit to earn a C.
Students may make up credit in a second class IF they successfully complete the first class.
Cost per course: $50
Designed for students who have not taken the course previously
Will be completed through our online program, Edgenuity
See the WPHS course catalog for a list of courses available
Cost for original credit: $250 per 0.5 credit class (semester course)
Full payment for original credit courses must be received no later than Friday, June 9th.
Math Enrichment and English Enrichment/Test Prep
This class is offered to 8th-grade students rising to 9th grade to help prepare them for high school math and English.
This opportunity is excellent for incoming freshmen, especially those struggling in Math or Language Arts to get ready for integrated Math 1 and/or English 9 in high school.
There will be a bus available that will pick up and drop off students at Summit Elementary and take them to summer school.
Busses will be running Monday through Thursday
Pick up at Summit Elementary at 8:05 for drop off at Gateway and Woodland Park High School at 8:25. Middle school students will be attending summer school at the high school.
Pickup at high school at 11:30 with drop off at Summit at 11:50.
Registration: Summer School Registration Form - 2023
Payment: If you pay ahead of time and your student completes coursework before summer school begins, your money will be returned to you.
Payment: due by Friday, June 9th (methods of payment on next page
Methods of Payment
You can turn in your check to Mrs. Matthews at the high school business office or Mrs. Warren at the district office
You can mail your check to
WPSD, Attn: Erika Warren
PO Box 99, WP, CO 80866
Make checks payable to
WPSD - Summer School
Please put your student’s name in the memo line
Turn in to either Mrs. Warren at the district office or Mrs. Matthews at the high school business office
A processing fee applies
Please call Mrs. Warren at 719-686-2007 between 8:30-3:00
If there is a need for financial assistance for the credit recovery classes or the enrichment classes, please contact Tom Torrance at firstname.lastname@example.org
No refunds will be given after June 9th.
Expectations for Students Attending Summer School
It is advisable NOT to sign up for Summer School if work hours or family vacations conflict with Summer School dates.
Students are expected to attend in person. Masks are NOT required. However, if anyone in the household is experiencing symptoms of covid-19 or is sick in any way, please stay home. Students can work remotely if they are sick.
Money will NOT be refunded if a course is not completed, but they can continue the course throughout the summer and into the school year. All progress in courses is saved. However, there will be no teachers available to tutor or unlock tests after summer school ends until the new school year begins
Students do not have to attend all three weeks. When they complete their coursework, they no longer need to come to summer school.
For more information, contact:
Tom Torrance - Summer School Administrator - email@example.com - 719-322-5698
Marilyn Bemis - Counselor - firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeremy Grier - Counselor - email@example.com