• Summer Bridge - High School Program

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    • Summer Bridge is for students who are performing below grade level in reading or math and need extra support, or for students who are behind in credits required for graduation and need to make up core English, science, mathematics or social studies courses. The program puts students on a stronger path to success when the next school year begins. For information on all programs, call High School Education at (727) 588-6302. SummerBridgeHS


      Transportation: Parents will be responsible for providing transportation for their children.
      Dates: June 5 - July 19
      *No classes 4th of July Week  
      Hours: 8:30am - 12:30pm
      Days: Monday - Thursday

      Locations: Bayside, Boca Ciega, Clearwater, Countryside, Dixie Hollins, Disston Academy, Dunedin, East Lake, Gibbs, Lakewood, Largo, Northeast, Osceola Fundamental, Palm Harbor University High, Pinellas Gulf Coast Academy, Pinellas Park, Seminole, St. Petersburg, and Tarpon Springs.
      Please share special healthcare or medical needs for your child with your Summer Bridge school.
      This program is for current 8th-graders. It will get students ready for high school and give them a strong start their freshman year. This engaging program is centered around student interests and a project of their choice. Freshman Prep will boost math, reading and writing skills, with a fun mix of technology and art or music. Students can earn a 1/2 elective credit.

      NEW ACT/SAT Prep

      This program is for current 10th- and 11th-graders who need to pass the 10th Grade Florida Standards Assessment for English Language Arts or earn a comparable score on the ACT or SAT so they can graduate on time. The goal of ACT/SAT Prep is to improve English and reading skills so students can pass the assessment required for graduation. Students will have the opportunity to take the ACT on July 21 at no cost to them.

      Algebra 1 EOC Preparation

      This program is for current ninth, 10th and 11th graders who have failed the spring Algebra End of Course assessment. The program provides students with prescriptive assistance and practice to close gaps in algebra skills or content knowledge. Students will earn a ½ credit in an Algebra 1 Credit Recovery (elective).

      Credit Recovery Program

      This program is for current 9-12 grade students who have failed a core academic course that is required for graduation. Students who need to recover credits use a program called Grad Point, which allows them to make up failed courses at their own pace, so they can get back on track to graduate.
      Dates: Credit recovery courses in high schools begin May 29 and run through July 19 for grades 9-11. For 12th-graders still seeking credits, courses may run all summer. Please check with your school for specific start and end dates.