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Sean Sterner
Summer School Principal
sternersean@dist156.org
(779) 244-3437

Karen Nelson
UC Administrative Assistant
nelsonkaren@dist156.org
(815) 759-5520

Patty Rowe
FC Administrative Assistant
rowepatty@dist156.org
(815) 363-3093

Meghan O'Neil
Special Education Coordinator
oneilmeghan@dist156.org
815-759-5517 x5517


MCHS Summer School

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2024 Summer School Dates

Session 1: June 4-25

Session 2: July 8-26

*Summer school is located at the Upper Campus

  • Incoming 10-12 grade registration begins on: January 16

  • Incoming 9th grade registration begins on: January 26

Course Offerings & Information

Registration Process, Payments & Deadlines

Registration Deadline

  • Get Ahead Courses: May 6

  • Credit Attainment Courses: May 30


    Payment Deadline

  • Session 1: June 3

  • Session 2: July 5

Summer school classes often have an enrollment cap. Enrollment is determined on a first-come basis. Priority will be given to those who are registered with the $50 non-refundable payment first. An MCHS staff member will be in contact only if there is an issue in regards to class enrollment. Also please understand that if a class has insufficient enrollment it may not run in the summer.

Summer School Fees:

COURSE

COST PER SESSION

Get Ahead Courses

$180

Credit Attainment

$75

Bus Transportation (Optional)

$30

Out-of-District Tuition

$300

Attendance

Attendance is extremely important. In summer school, 18 weeks of material is covered in fifteen days. Subsequently, it is expected that students will be in attendance on a daily basis. Students must be present throughout the entire timeframe of the course. .At a maximum, students can only miss TWO days, or have a total of three tardies to class. Failure to adhere to this policy will result in removal from summer school. Also, students will not be allowed to take the cumulative assessment early, making it essential to attend the last day of each session.

Summer Driver Education