There's something for everyone with GCISD's Summer Programs so take a look at what's available and register your child today for some fun and learning this summer.
Online registration for summer programs continues for elementary and secondary students, who have a wide variety of choices when it comes to summer fun and learning at GCISD. For kindergarten through grade 8, enrichment classes are engaging and exciting, giving students a taste of art, music, drama, science, math, technology, reading, travel or sports. Elementary Enrichment
classes meet for three hours a day, five days a week, for one week. Classes are held at Cross Timbers Middle School, with the first session beginning the week of June 4 and the last session the week of August 20.
With Secondary Summer School and Secondary Enrichment, students have options for credit recovery, acceleration and enrichment, including field trips. Secondary summer programs will be at Heritage Middle School. Morning and afternoon classes are available, and several online classes are available. Session A is June 4 through June 15; Session B is June 18 through June 29.
The summer programs at GCISD also include KidzU Summer Camp, KidzU Extended Care, Bowmen Sports Camps, Summer Enrichment for ages 3-5, ESL/Bilingual and bridge classes in math and/or science for 6th and 7th graders for enrichment or acceleration.
The Summer Bridge Math and Science Acceleration or Enrichment Program courses are designed to strengthen math and science knowledge and thinking skills. The program is designed to support current students in On-Level, PAP or Accelerated Math or Science for success in 7th or 8th grade Math and Science. Each course, taught by GCISD math and science teachers, is three weeks in length for four hours a day, and runs concurrently with GCISD summer school courses.
Visit the Summer School Programs section of the website for more details on any of these programs and for the online registration link.