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Summer School and Enrichment Courses - Secondary

For Elementary Summer School options, please click here to visit the Elementary Summer School and Enrichment Programs webpage.

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2019 High School Summer School Information Coming Soon!

Registration for Summer 2018 closed June 21, 2018 at 11:59pm.

High School Summer School 2018

There are three options for high school summer school:

Out of District Students: ISD Summer School is only available to students who live within our district boundaries. If you reside within ISD boundaries but are home-schooled or attend a private or online school, please contact the registrar at your boundary high school to register for Summer School.

NOTE: District transportation to summer programs is not available. 

WANIC Courses at ISD this Summer:

Washington Network for Innovative Careers (WANIC) will be offering two classes which will run at Issaquah High School this Summer:

Photography: This course is designed to teach the fundamentals of photography. Students will investigate camera controls such as aperture, shutter and film speeds, elements of composition, the history of photography and its influences, various types of photography, and post processing Photoshop techniques. Students will also have an opportunity to explore the fundamentals of developing photos within a darkroom.  This course will give students the opportunity to earn 0.5 Fine Arts/Tech proficiency/CTE credit.

Intro to Computer Science: This survey course is designed to offer students a hands-on introduction to computer science and the technologies that surrounds us every day.  Students will learn about how computer technologies work and the ideas behind them. The course will cover topics such as computer graphics, robotics, algorithm, and artificial intelligence. The students will also learn to program and implement the ideas they have learned into projects.  This course will give students the opportunity to earn 0.5 CTE/Tech proficiency credit.

Registration for the WANIC courses opens on April 13th at WANIC’s website