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Summer School 2023

The primary purpose of the Issaquah School District Summer School program is to provide options for students in pursuit of their graduation requirements. Students can take a combination of classes between in person (credit recovery or grade improvement) and online learning classes. The maximum combined courses is 4 total with no more than 2 online learning courses. Summer School is only available to students who live within the ISD boundaries and were in grades 8-12 in the 2022-23 school year (current seventh graders can register for one semester of online learning only). If you are residing within the ISD boundaries but are home-schooled, attend Private School or Online School, please contact the Registrar at your boundary High School to register for Summer School prior to filling out the Summer School registration form. If seating is limited, priority will be given to those closest to graduation and needing the graduation requirements.

High School Programs at a Glance

Program Details Registration Deadline and Link Cost
Online Health Information June 19 - July 21, 2023


Online Learning Information

June 19 - July 21, 2023

Late Start Dates:
June 26 - July 21, 2023


Online Learning Late Start Registration
Due Date: June 12, 2023

Credit Recovery Information July 6 - Aug. 2, 2023

DUE June 26, 2023

Register for Credit Recovery

Grade Improvement Information

July 6 - Aug. 2, 2023

DUE June 26, 2023

Register for Grade Improvement

Summer PE Information July 6 - Aug. 2, 2023 

DUE June 26, 2023

Register for Summer PE

Summer WA State History Information July 6 - Aug. 2, 2023

DUE June 26, 2023 

Register for Summer WA State History

WANIC Information June 27 - July 14, 2023   Registration through WANIC FREE

Important Information - MUST READ

  • Students may withdraw from a class within the first 2 days of the course with no notation on the transcript

  • Students may withdraw from a class within days 3-5 of the course and receive a “W” on their transcript
  • Students may withdraw on day 6 or after of the course and the student will receive an “F” on their transcript
  • Student supervision will only occur in the times the classes are being held – students may not remain on campus outside of class time for safety purposes.
  • ALL COURSES are based on enrollment – a course can be cancelled at any time due to low enrollment
  • If class size is limited, priority will go to incoming 11th and 12th graders and students who are credit deficient
  • There are limitations for grade improvement for courses taken outside of the Covid Pandemic:
    • IMPORTANT: Students may improve a maximum of 4 semester grades during high school (Grades 9-12). Per WAC 392-415-055 and WAC 392-415-070 the original grade earned must remain on the transcript however, the credit will be removed so it is not calculated in the student's GPA. The new grade, if higher, will be used in the GPA calculation.
  • Students who are taking a course for credit recovery must take the in person option if the courses is offered in person. Online Learning only offers students credit recovery if the course is not available to take through in person learning (Example: AP US History can be taken online because we do not offer it in person)