2014 Summer Programs and Summer School will be updated in the Spring of 2014
WARNING: Summer school classes taken outside of MPS must be completed by June 30, 2014 in order to receive credit. Students may need to take a district exam and pass it with 70% or better in order to receive MPS credit. It is important that you check with your counselor. Make sure you check the prerequisites before taking classes or they might not be accepted.
Traditional Summer School
Location: Westwood High School
Dates: 1st Session: June 2 - 20
2nd Session: June 23 - July 11 (No school July 4th)
Fee: $150 for most ½ credit courses
MAIL- IN REGISTRATION (registration forms will be available March 2014)
Mail in Registration must be postmarked by May 30, 2014
Mail to: MPS - Community Education Department
Mesa Education Center
855 W 8th Avenue
Mesa, AZ 85210-3401
Parents can register online with their Parent ID.
To obtain your Parent ID, please call Community Education at (480) 472-7237
Be aware: There is a $4.11 processing fee per summer school course.
WALK-IN REGISTRATION (registration forms will be available March 2012)
Registration closes May 30, 2014
Community Education Department
855 W 8th Avenue
Mesa, AZ 85213
8:00am - 4:00pm
Late Registration will take place during the first two days of summer school and will be accepted only if spaces are still available in classes offered. An additional charge of $25.00 per class will be collected from students registering the first or second day of classes.
There is a $25.00 processing fee for a refund.
Withdrawals on or before the second day of class receive a complete refund less the $25.00 per course processing fee.
Withdrawals on the third day of class or thereafter receive no refund.
Cancellation of a class by the Community Education Department will allow a complete refund.
Refund payments will be distributed approximately four weeks after a withdrawal.
Need a Schedule Change?... Once you register for summer school, your schedule might need to be changed for the 2014 - 2015 school year. If this is the case, look for information in your Summer Registration Paperwork where you can inform advisors of changes that need to be made.
Beware: Summer School classes taken outside of MPS must be completed by June 30, 2014 in order to transfer for credit. Students may need to take a district exam and pass it with a 70% or better in order to receive MPS credit. It is important that you check with your advisor.
For more information on Summer School at Mountain View, please call Community Education at (480) 472-7237.
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Online classes take a great deal of discipline and are for students who are driven and self-starters.
If you plan to take an Mesa Distance Learning Program (MDLP) class online over the summer, you will need to do two things:
- Register for the class online beginning March 26th, 2014
- The class will cost $150
- Fill out a MDLP Request Form (this is found in the Counseling Office) and return the top sheet to your counselor.
Beware: Students taking the distance learning classes at a school other than MDLP will be required to take the district's final exam for that course and must earn 70% or higher on the exam to be granted credit. In addition, the course must be completed by June 30th. It is important to check with your counselor prior to taking the class.
|Summer Program||Grade||Dates||More Information|
|ASU Summer Programs||2-12||Varies||A complete list of Summer programs offered by ASU. There are many to choose from and vary in price, some have a small fee and others may cost upwards of $500.|
|Barnard College (in partnership with Columbia University)||Rising 10-11 Grade||Many different sessions to choose from||This program is intended for motivated students, admission is selective and based on strong high school records and recommendations. Fees vary by program. All materials must be submitted by May 7th|
|Barrett Summer Scholars||8th & 9th grade||June 9 - June 21||Participants will take an elective course and The Human Event, a course unique to Barrett, the Honors College. Cost is $1200 Application deadline: 3/7/14|
|Boston University Summer Programs||Rising 10-11 grade||Several sessions depending on choice||Programs for the motivated student who likes to be challenged intellectually while being introduced to college life. High School Honors program and Research Internship program. April 1st is the application deadline|
|Naval Sea Cadets
||Formation of a new Naval Sea Cadet Corps unit. This organization provides a unique opportunity to gain a greater appreciation of the Navy's core values of honor, courage and commitment while participating in a great program. Information available at Naval Cadets
|Gateway Community College
||9th gr - 12th gr.
||May - August
||Earn college credit and have fun experiencing new things from the Healthcare academy, Automotive academy, or the Future Builders academy. For the complete list, including cost and applications, visit www.gatewaycc.edu/summer
|Hunnicutt Future Educators Academy||10-11||June 18-22||this is a fun-filled 5-day summer residence program at ASU for high school students considering teaching or careers in education. Cost is $390 for the week. Application deadline is May 1st.|
|Midwestern University Health Career Institute||17 yrs. and older||July 11-20||Join MWU faculty and students for a FREE hands-on look at health professions this summer. Applications are due by May 1, 2014|
|Oxford Advance Studies Program||10-12||Varies||For students who are looking for a study abroad summer program. Application and information available at OASP.|
|FIDM||10-12||Choice of 3 sessions||Interested in the creative worlds of Fashion and Business? Join the faculty at one of FIDM's 4 campuses for 3 days of workshops. Explore, Meet, Tour and Learn. More information available at FIDM|
|Summer Engineering Academy||8-11||Choice of 3 sessions||U of A College of Engineering is hosting a summer Engineering Academy. This is a residential program with a cost of $500. Students will design aerodynamic cars and build models using 3-D Rapid Prototyping technology. Application deadline is May 3rd|
|U of A New Start Program||12||June-August||A six week summer bridge program designed to help first-year freshmen succeed in the transition from high school to college life. Based on financial need|
|Teen Lifeline Training||10-12||Varies||This is a great Service Learning opportunity. You must attend a mandatory meeting training session. Interested students can call Teen Lifeline between 3pm and 9pm for more information @ 602-248-8337|
|United States Naval Academy Summer STEM Program||Rising 8th-11th grade||Varies depending on grade level||Awesome program for students interested in STEM careers. Spend a week at the Naval Academy and learn about pursuing careers in engineering and technology. Cost of program is $200 plus cost of travel.|
|University of Arizona Summer of Excellence Program||10-12||Two sessions to choose from||This program is sponsored by the Honors College at U of A. Students have opportunity to take college classes and participate in college prep workshops. Scholarships are available. Application deadline is April 1st.|
|University of Arizona Summer Engineering Academy||9-12||Sessions depending on grade level||Students will explore Engineering through design such things as a aerodynamic cars and devices. Learn CAD software. Application deadline is May 3rd and the cost is $500 for the 5 day program|
|Vanderbilt Summer Academy
||There are many different opportunities available for talented students, there is a cost for this program. VSA for more information
|Washington University in St. Louis||10-11||Varies||High School Summer Scholars Program helps you to discover what real college courses are like. Students can choose a couple of college courses from many academic programs.|