Summer school provides students with additional instructional support to ensure that they achieve proficiency in NYS Learning Standards and NYC Performance Standards in order to move on to the next grade level. Summer school is encouraged for those students in grades 3-12 who have not yet met the promotion standards to move on to the next grade level. To find out more about summer school requirements and eligibility, see Chancellor’s Regulation A-501.
Individual schools administer summer school. If you have a question about whether your child should attend summer school, please contact the principal at your child's school.The summer school calendar is now available. Please refer to this document for key dates regarding the NYC DOE's summer school program.Now Available: 2013 Summer School Sites and AffiliationsPlease Note: Many schools affiliate to more than one summer school site. Please contact your child's home school for additional information on where your child will be attending summer school this year.
Non-Resident Students:Student who do not reside on New York City are eligible to attend summer school provided they meet the eligibility criteria found here and pay tuition. Tuition rates are reflected on the "2013 Summer School Non-Resident Enrollment Application" located here .The registering parent should send the signed application form, along with payment, to the Bureau of Non-Public School Payables, 65 Court Street, Rm. 1503, Brooklyn, NY, 11201. Questions regarding non-resident application fees can be directed to the Bureau of Non-Public School Payables at 718-935-4789.For pedagogical and school based support staff:
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