GCPS begins summer school registration for high school students, covering costs for up to two courses.
New for Summer School 2021: GCPS will pay for up to two summer school classes for high school students needing to retake a class they previously failed. The district is offering this option to students at no cost to address COVID-related learning gaps and to provide students with an additional opportunity to earn credit for courses failed this year.
- A student should take no more than two summer classes: two face-to-face classes, two online classes, or a combination.
- For students taking a course they have not previously taken, the cost per course is $250 for GCPS students and $275 non-GCPS students. All fees are due at the time of online registration.
- Transportation is not provided for high school summer school opportunities (face-to-face summer school classes or for the face-to-face sessions required for Online Campus courses).
- Any student planning to participate in the summer school graduation ceremony on July 8 must take all summer classes with Gwinnett County Public Schools.
- Face-to-face summer classes will follow a five-day week, Monday through Friday.
- Rising 9th graders may take Health and/or Personal Fitness (PE). Both courses are required for graduation. These courses are available at Duluth HS(face-to-face), Gwinnett Online Campus (online), and many Community Schools (face-to-face). The fee for these courses is $250 each for GCPS students and $275 non-GCPS students.