Summer School 2014
Registration: 2014 summer school registration will occur in the Spring, usually early to mid-May. Stay tuned for more information. See the flyer for what happened in 2013.
Summer School Applications will be available in the front office of the Skills Center and and at your high school, beginning sometime in May. Registration forms will be mailed to all 10th and 11th grade students. Registration is on a "first-come, first-serve" basis.
Who is Eligible?
High School level students.
Take a look at what was offered during the 2013 Summer School:
- Auto Detailing
- Basic Car Maintenance
- Carpentry Basics
- Health Careers
- Intro to Cooking and Baking
- Intro to Dental Careers
- Intro to Fashion
- Microsoft Office Professional
- Travel and Tourism
- Webpage Design/Desktop Publishing
- Exploration of Science through Renewable Resources (Columbia Springs Environmental Education Center)
- Exploring Careers in Aviation (Jack Murdock Aviation Education Hangar)
- Small Engines Operation and Repair (Evergreen High School)
Dates and Times:
Summer School 2014 dates and times - TBD
Cost: Free! There is no cost for summer school except for a possible $10 to $25 lab fee in some classes.
Credit: Students can earn .5 high school elective credit for successful completion of a summer school class. Students missing more than 3 days will not receive credit. Some classes can receive academic credit.
Transportation: No transportation provided. Transportation is the responsibility of the student and parent.
Registration is on a "first-come, first-served" basis.
Questions: Call 604-1050 for more information.
Purpose of the Skills Center Summer Programs:
- Short-term specialized training programs designed for students who have not had the opportunity to attend the Skills Center, because of scheduling conflicts.
- Introductory training for students entering Skills Center programs in the fall.
- Additional training and reinforcement for students presently enrolled in Skills Center programs.
The skills you learn at the Skills Center can pay off in a better job later or help you discover an area in which you excel.