• summer school

  • There are two options for summer school.

    1.  Retake a course the student failed

    2.  Take a course as initial credit

    See summer school options below.


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  • Georgia Virtual Schools (GAVS)

    This summer school program is for initial and recovery credit for most core classes in the areas of English, Science, Social Studies, Math, and Foreign Languages. Some electives are offered as well. 

    See https://www.gavirtualschool.org/Course-Info/Summer-2024-Courses for a complete list of course offerings.

    High School Course Tuition is $250 for half Carnegie unit and $500 for full Carnegie unit.

    Summer 2024
    March 1: Registration Opens
    June 3: Summer courses begin
    June 6: Last date to register for summer courses
    June 10: Last date to make payment for summer courses
    July 8-12: Final Exams/EOCs
    July 18: Final Grades Released

    Students should contact their school counselor or GAVS facilitator for information on how to enroll.

    Courses are not taught by Forsyth County Schools educators; however, each student will have an FCS facilitator available during the summer session.

  • Mountain Education Charter High School - Summer School

    Site Administrators: Kim Barnes, Phil Schmidt, and Joel Posey 
    Regional Director: Greg Williams
    1160 Dahlonega Highway
    Cumming, GA  30040
    Phone: 678-965-4971

    Mountain Education is a collaborative effort of Bartow, Banks, Cherokee, Dawson, Fannin, Franklin, Forsyth, Gilmer, Hall, Habersham, Lumpkin, Murray, Pickens, Rabun, Stephens, Towns, Union, and White County School Systems. ME is an academic, self-paced, individualized, evening high school that serves students who are seeking a non-traditional school environment and who desire a Georgia high school diploma.

    ME also serves students who need to make up missed credit from their regular high school, enabling them to stay on academic track and graduate with their peers.

    ME is a year-round high school that offers all Georgia required curriculum courses as well as a variety of vocational courses and state-mandated testing.

    Mountain Education can serve students who want/need to complete a limited number of courses over the summer months. These students will not be Program Students but will be considered “Tuition Students.” Recommended coursework for Tuition Students can be either: 1) Credit Recovery, or 2) Advance/Initial Credit. Tuition will be required for each credit.

    Parents will be responsible for payment directly to ME ($250 per half credit; $500 per full credit). Half of the tuition payment must be made prior to the student beginning coursework. ME will not allow these students to attend without the consent of the district--referral from base school must be received by May 30.

    Summer classes will be virtual instruction only. Instructors will be available Monday-Thursday: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm


  • Check back soon for more summer opportunities!

  • Camp Logistics at UNG

    FREE 5-day Camp Logistics this summer from June 24-28, 2024, at the University of North Georgia in Dahlonega.  It is designed to encourage students to consider one of the most in-demand careers in North Georgia – Logistics.

    Each Camp Day during the mornings, students will learn about Logistics, listen to experts from the industry, and complete hands-on activities.  Lunch is provided free of charge.  During the afternoons, the students will go on field trips to Logistics companies such as Kubota, Kings Hawaiian, Syfan Logistics, etc. to witness Logistics in action.  The Camp is sponsored by the University of North Georgia and Syfan Logistics.  Your students will find this short Camp to be beneficial as they decide their life beyond high school.

    Click here to register!

  • Natural Resources Conservation Workshop

    Available to Georgia’s Rising 10th, 11th, and 12th graders. This workshop focuses on the value, protection, and conservation of Georgia’s wildlife, forestry, soil, and water resources, including conservation in Georgia’s mining industry. The workshop gives students a taste of college life while delivering valuable insight into careers through their counselors and instructors. (Students who have previously attended the workshop are not eligible).

    Information about the Program:

    • Dates of NRCW June 9 – 14, 2024.

    • Camp takes place at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Tifton, Georgia.

    • Students scoring well on the workshop exam may be awarded a college scholarship. A limited number of scholarships are awarded based on exam scores and specific scholarship guidelines and criteria.

    • Features field trips, classroom instruction, and recreational activities.

    • Sponsorships are available through local Conservation Districts for students to attend at no cost.