AAPS Summer Schools

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    Summer 2018 Coming Soon!





    The Ann Arbor Public School District offers a variety of summer programs. Many of the programs are designed for students who would benefit from added educational support during the summer months.

    Download 2017 AAPS Summer School Offerings Brochure

  • Elementary
    Summer Learning Institute

    Summer School for Middle School Students

    Summer School Programs for High School Students

    Note: Only Middle School students who have been recommended by their counselor will be eligible to attend the middle school summer school classes. For more information, please contact your student's counselor.

    Extended School Year (ESY) Services at King Elementary

    ESY – Extended School Year services are offered to K-12 Special Education students with IEPs who were found eligible for services. ESY services are provided to special education students to support the maintenance of skills and services as determined by the IEP team. Dates and time:  July 5 – August 3, Monday–Thursday from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm at King Elementary. For more information, call Dr. Elaine Brown at 994-2318.

    Preschool Extended School Year (ESY) Services

    ESY services will be provided to preschool students who are identified per their IEP as needing ESY services.  Dates and time:  July 5 – August 3, Monday–Thursday from 9:00 am– 12:00 pm, at the Ann Arbor Preschool & Family Center, 2775 Boardwalk.

    Services will be provided for Early On (0 -3 years of age). The preschool staff will contact parents individually. The Early On services will be provided from July 5 - August 4 from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Call Dr. Elaine Brown at 994-2318 if you have questions.

    Title I Summer School

    for Title I Eligible Students

    Abbot Elementary:TBD
    Allen Elementary:
    Bryant Elementary:
    July 5 to August 1
    8:30 am – 11:30 am
    Up to 2nd grade
    Carpenter Elementary:
    July 10 – July 27
    8:30 – 11:30 am, Monday - Thursday
    Grades 1, 4, 5
    Mitchell Elementary:
    July 10 – August 4
    8:30 am – 11:30 am
    Rising grades K, 1, 4 & 5
    Pattengill Elementary*:
    * At Bryant
    July 10 – August 3
    8:30 am – 11:30 am, Monday - Thursday
    Rising grade 4
    Pittsfield Elementary:
    July 11 – August 10
    9:00 am – 12:00 pm, Tuesday - Thursday

    Title I eligible students will be notified of their eligibility for the summer school.

    Title I Summer School at Scarlett

    AAPS & U of M School of Education Partnership

    Title I eligible students (rising 6th, 7th, & 8th,) recommended by administration from Allen, Burns Park, Carpenter, Mitchell, Pattengill, Pittsfield and Scarlett will be supported in targeted reading, math and writing curriculum. Dates and time:  July 10 – July 28, Monday-Friday, 8:00 am- 1:00 pm.  For more information call Ms. Brandy Kline at 997-1221.

  • Title III Summer School at Scarlett

    AAPS & U of M School of Education Partnership

    This program is for Title III eligible English Language Learners (ELL) who will be in grades 4 – 8 in the fall. This session is available to students from Allen, Mitchell, Carpenter, Pittsfield, Dicken, Lakewood, Lawton, Abbot, Haisley, Wines, Angell, Burns Park, Pattengill, Scarlett and Tappan. Students will improve their reading, writing and speaking English through participation in an integrated science/social studies unit that emphasizes listening, speaking, reading and writing about informational text.

    Dates and time:  July 10 – July 28, Monday – Friday, 8:00 am - 1:00 pm, and includes breakfast and lunch. Students eligible for free or reduced lunch during the school year will be eligible for this summer program. For more information call Ms. Brandy Kline at 734-997-1221.

    Title III Summer School at Thurston

    For English Language Learners 

    Thurston Elementary will have an ELL summer program for currently enrolled 3rd – 5th grade students from the Clague feeder schools (Logan, Thurston, King and A2 STEAM).  Dates and time:  June 19 – June 30, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm.  This program will partner with the Leslie Science Center for daily science lessons and activities that will focus on acquiring grade level vocabulary and concepts while improving listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in English.

    Title III Summer School at Slauson

    For English Language Learners 

    This summer program is for AAPS students from the Clague, Forsythe and Slauson attendance areas who have completed grades 5-8 and are eligible for ELL services.   Dates and time:  June 21 – July 11 (no class July 3 & 4).  Classes are Monday – Friday, 9:00 am –  3:00 pm. The program will concentrate on reading, writing, speaking, listening, math, social studies, and science, and will include special projects and one field trip, with a thematic approach evolving around science. If you wish to enroll a student or have any program/school questions, please email Mary Margaret Cornish at cornish@a2schools.org.

    Summer Music Program

    The Ann Arbor Public Schools Music Program is available to all levels of instrumental music students, rising grades 6-12, open to all students wanting to enroll. Classes include Band, Drumline, Jazz, Orchestra, and a New Instrument class for those students who desire instruction on a different instrument than the one they are currently playing.  Dates and times: class dates vary between June 19-July 27, with no class July 4th. Classes meet 4 days per week (Monday-Thursday). See class descriptions with dates and times on the website.
    (3) Locations:
    • Clague Middle School
       (2616 Nixon Road)
    • Tappan Middle School
      (2727 Fuller)
    • Scarlett Middle School
      (3300 Lorraine Street)

    Fee:   Early Bird - $185;   after June 19th - $200

    Online payment through MyPaymentsPlus.com (preferred); if unable to pay online, please contact AAPS Music Department at 734-994-2252.  For questions call Lauren Stout, 734-994-2017, x. 35419

    Summer Music Website

    Pathways & Summer GED Preparation Class

    Enrollment for summer GED classes begin on Wednesday, July 5 at 11:30 am. Registration will be held at the Malletts Creek Library located at 3090 E. Eisenhower Parkway in Ann Arbor. Class begins on July 5; class times are Monday and Wednesday, 11:30 am-2:30 pm.

    • All classes and testing are Free
    • There is a $15 deposit for the textbook
    • You do not need to be a resident of Ann Arbor to participate

    The summer High School Completion program will be held June 26- August 3. Classes will be held at the Pathways to Success Academic Campus from 11:30 am-2:30 pm, Monday-Friday. Registration is on June 21 (10:00 am-12:00 pm) and June 22 (12:00 pm-2:00 pm). Classes are $150 per class; limited scholarships are available.

    The Pathways to Success Summer School and Leadership Academy will be held from June 26-August 3. Classes will be held at the Pathways to Success Academic Campus, 8:00 am-12:00 pm; lunch will be provided.