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Exploring New Adventures With Summer School

Summer School will be offered to all students as an opportunity to grow their education
Loukya Vaka
Summer school takes place during June, and it offers students different ways to complete Credit Recovery and Credit Advancement classes. Summer school will be held at North Point High School, June 4-27.

It’s finally here, that glorious last day of school. While most students get to spend their summer sleeping in, and enjoying the nice summer sun, some other students choose to further their education in summer school by taking summer courses. 

For most, summer school is a way to fit in that extra class during the school year, or to get a required credit out of the way. Students in Dual Enrolment can also take college level classes over the summer. Sophomore Keron Bowmen plans on taking these courses. She plans on using them to take a step ahead in her college journey.

While some students may not be receiving college credit over the summer, they can gain or earn high school credits. Some have opted to do this online, while others are going in person. Summer school will be held at North Point High School, June 4-27.

Mixed emotions linger around the school about summer school. Some students may find summer school pointless, while others thrive from it.

It’ll allow me to take more classes Junior year, and enjoy more classes that I like,” sophomore Milo Weston said.

Summer school doesn’t only apply to students, it can also be a part of teachers’ summers.

Mr. Barker will be teaching a credit recovery course this summer at North Point High School. A recovery course is for students who may need to retake or make any credits they may have lost throughout high school. 

 “Not every student travels the same path through school.” Barker said. “Summer school is a great opportunity to provide students with a path to graduate high school on time without missing valuable skills and information in case they had some ‘life’ happen to them along their high school journey.”

Even though it may interrupt your sleep schedule, summer school is worth attending. It helps some students advance their high school, and potentially, college careers, while also helping others to regain necessary credits. While it may be too late to sign up this year, consider the opportunity you have with summer school. Because summer school could be the next best choice for you.

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Ella Quinney
Ella Quinney, Reporter
Ella Quinney is a sophomore, and this is her second year in the journalism program as well as her first year in magazine. Quinney’s written several stories, done a podcast, and filmed a few videos. She enjoys baking, reading, writing, doodling, and spending time with friends and family. Quinney is also a member of Key club. Quinney is uncertain of what she wants to do after high school.
Loukya Vaka
Loukya Vaka, Reporter
Loukya Vaka is a sophomore who has been a part of journalism for two years now, and this is her first year in magazine. She has written multiple articles, and she has also produced several podcasts in the past year. Loukya enjoys listening to music, playing the piano or flute, taking pictures, reading books, and spending time with her friends and family. In her spare time, you can find Loukya reading a good book while listening to music or playing an instrument. Loukya is also the secretary of Key Club and HOSA this year. In the future, Loukya plans on pursuing a career in the medical field.

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