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Summer School Kicks Off Monday in Southern Nevada

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LAS VEGAS -- Summer school begins Monday for Clark County School District students.

Summer classes offer an opportunity to make up missed credits through "credit retrieval" or to get ahead.

For a list of summer school locations, courses, transportation and contact information visit: http://ccsd.net/schools/summer-school/.

Summer School

Session One: June 17 - July 5

Times: 7:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

Session Two: July 8 - July 25

Times: 7:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

Credit Recovery - $50 per one-half credit

(Note: Students receive one-half credit per session.)

Original Credit - $100 per one-half credit

Registration must be processed at the site where students will attend.

Openings in classes may be limited or closed.

For Session One, payment must be cash or money order only (payable to CCSD Secondary Summer School).

Virtual High School Online

June 17 - July 25

$100 per one-half credit

Register online at http://www.ccsdde.net/. Students must have approval from their counselors before registering.

Parents must pay online with a credit card.

Registration will not be permitted once summer school begins.

Academy for Individualized Study

June 17 - July 25

$100 enrollment fee plus $100 refundable book fee (where applicable)

Visit the Academy for Individualized Study website for course offerings, registration, and additional information at http://schools.ccsd.net/ais.

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