HS Summer School

  • Ann Arbor Public Schools High School Summer School Philosophy:

    The Summer School Program is a nurturing collaborative learning environment where we focus on improving all aspects of the instructional core to increase academic outcomes. Our priority will also be to maximize peer-to-peer collaboration to increase conceptual understanding and foster social-emotional learning. Students that participate in Summer School will experience learning in a nurturing face-to-face environment following the Super 6 Covid guidelines.  Students will have access to additional support to recover and reinforce learning concepts focused on individualized areas needing improvement. Connecting with ALL students and student success in the next course are the benchmarks of our program.

    Free for AAPS students. Enroll now for fall to take advantage of these summer options.

    Dates:  June 29, 2022 thru July 29, 2022 (No School July 4th, 2022 - Holiday)

    Schedule

  • Transportation: 

    Bus routes

    Connecting with Students:

    • Priority will be placed on connecting and building relationships with the student to reinforce culturally relevant pedagogical methods in the traditional learning environment. There are a variety of methods that will be used to connect with students enrolled in the High School Summer School Program.  

    Connecting with Parents:

    • Regular Parental contact is an important form of building relationships and reinforcing culturally relevant pedagogy. The High School Summer School Team will utilize a variety of methods to connect with parents of students enrolled in the High School Summer School Program.
      • Live Parent Meeting via Zoom
        • Recorded meetings and Presentations will be posted to the website.
      • Website - https://www.a2schools.org/summer
      • Schoology Student Gradebook Access for Parents - parents will have access to the grade book specific to their students in Schoology.
      • Weekly Student Progress Checkup - every Friday, phone calls or emails will be sent to parents of students that are not meeting progress in the High School Summer School Program.
     

    Michael Sumerton,
    Lead Principal
    sumertom@aaps.k12.mi.us

     

    Dr. Dan Hyliard,
    High School Summer School Principal
    hyliardd@aaps.k12.mi.us