Summer School Information

Summer School Information and Registration Form

SUMMER SCHOOL AT MOLALLA HIGH SCHOOL – Molalla High School is offering an in-person and online summer school program from July 6-29 on a Mon-Thur schedule (note the first week starts on a Tuesday due to the holiday)

Dates: July 6-29, Credit Recovery (Mon-Thur, 8:30am-12:30pm) Aug 2-13, 9th Grade Transition Academy (Mon-Thurs, 8:30-12:30, Fridays- all day)

Credit Recovery Course Offerings:
There will be a range of credit recovery courses available across several content areas through our e-school platform and through live in-person instruction. The specific course offerings will be presented when registration goes live. Transportation and meal service will be provided. Registration opens mid-May. We encourage you to reach out to your counselor to discuss your specific credit recovery plan.
 
Why consider High School Summer School?
 Summer school is a low-pressure environment that serves as a great opportunity to make progress towards graduation.
 Students earn high school credit for each class they successfully complete (up to three classes).
 It is a great opportunity for current students to recover credits missed during the school year.
 There is a wide range of required and elective classes to select from. We are very pleased to be able to offer our most comprehensive summer school offering ever with a wide range of in-person and online options to meet student needs.
 All courses are free this year! We have been able to secure grant funding from the state to make this summer school offering free for all students. Historically, students have had to pay tuition for summer courses to cover the cost of the program. Students may take up to 3 courses (1.5 credits).
 Transportation and meal service will be provided.
MHS Summer School Flyer- English
MHS Summer School Flyer- Spanish
Registration: Now Open- June 22nd

 
Use the links below to register:
In-Person Summer School Registration
E-School (online) Summer School Registration
**A student may register for up to three classes combined between the in-person and e-school offerings.