Knox County Schools announced the 2017 summer school schedule for high school students on Wednesday.
School will start at 8:30 a.m. and last until noon Monday through Friday from May 25 to June 22 at all high schools.
Classes will be offered for makeup credit and new credits.
Summer school classes costs $10 except for Driver's Education, which costs $150.
The following courses will be offered this summer:
- English I, II, III and IV
- Personal Finance
- U.S. History
- Works History and Geography
- Bridge Math
- Algebra I and II
- Physical Science
- Driver's Education
Students will take all classes online, except Driver's Education.
Each student must attend class from 8:30 a.m. to noon for the first 10 days. If the student shows adequate progress, they may choose to complete the course from home. All students will return to school for the final test.
Driver's Education will only be offered at Central High School and Hardin Valley Academy. Enrollment will take place from 4-7 p.m. on April 24-27 at Central and April 26-27 at Hardin Valley. Only 32 students can enroll at Central and 36 students at Hardin Valley.
Earlier this year, Knox County Schools suspended summer school for elementary and middle schools in February.
At that time, the district sent a letter to parents that said the programs "have not yielded the academic results we expected to see."
The district plans to redesign the summer learning programs over the next year.