Extended School Year (ESY) Program
High school students who qualify for ESY will attend classes from 8am to noon at Norwalk High School. Related services including occupational therapy, speech/language, and counseling will also be provided. Additional special education staff will be on hand to provide assistance to students who are attending credit recovery
High School Summer Academy Credit Recovery
Summer courses for high school students will take place July 5 through August 5, from 8:30 AM to 1:30 PM. These courses are available to qualifying high school students entering grades 10 and 11, and those students who are seeking to complete grade 12. Students have a variety of options to help them earn missing credits and engage in enrichment and support opportunities.
Credit recovery courses provide the opportunity for students to re-engage in the core curriculum. The curriculum model will include a compacted standards-based design to ensure that students successfully master core learning prior to their transition to the next course in a given trajectory. For many students, this will provide the necessary credits to graduate.
Please click below for Credit Recovery courses and hours:
High School Summer Academy Twilight Program
Last spring, NPS launched its successful Twilight Program to support high school students who have alternative schedules and may work and support their families in multiple ways during the daytime. The NPS summer Twilight Program will continue this year to engage high school students who are not able to attend classes during the day. Courses will be held in-person during the evenings, which runs 4 PM to 8 PM
Please click below for Twilight courses and hours:
The MLL Accelerated Summer Program is designed for MLL students who need a course to meet graduation requirements. Students may take up to 2 courses. The program will run for 5 weeks at Norwalk High School from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Please click on the following link for the Multilingual Learner Summer Academy 2022 Application