NAEP Summer School Assistance

NAEP offers assistance with one summer school class per student. NAEP will assist with 50% of the fee. Priority going to High School students moving ahead or to meet graduation requirements.

     Guidelines:        Student must have a Title VII form on file with NAEP

                               Student must be enrolled with MPS for the current school year

                               Priority will be given to 11th grade students who need a class for graduation credit

     High School:      The summer school class CAN NOT be a credit recovery class

                                (many of the high schools offer summer credit recovery classes, check with your counselor)

                                The class must be academic, no Driver's Ed

                                The student may not have more than 1 F in the current school year

                              The student must have good attendance 

     Process:           Student and/or Parent must pick and complete the summer school application, available at your 


                              Complete with correct course information and bring it to the NAEP office.

                               NAEP office will approve or deny scholarship (pending funding & student eligibility)

                               NAEP will assist with ONE class 1st session only.

                               NAEP office will send in registration form with scholarship info to Community Education,

                               a copy will be provided to Student/Parent to take to first day of summer school.


NAEP will not hold or promise any scholarships

Transportation to and from summer school is not provided

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Call to verify scholarship availability, Eleanor at (480) 472-0577 or email