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  • Art & Design

  • Public Art


  • Creative Writing

  • English I

  • English II

  • English III

  • English IV


  • Consumer Management - Blended

  • Consumer Management - Online


  • Algebra

  • Geometry

  • Geometry Honors

  • Algebra II

Physical Education

  • Driver Education

  • General Health


  • Biology: Foundations of Life

  • Chemistry

Social Studies

  • American Government

  • United States History

  • World History

World Language

  • Spanish I

  • Spanish II

Bridge to College Readiness Program

  • Bridge to College Readiness – ELA - Enrichment

  • Bridge to College Readiness – MATH - Enrichment

  • Bridge to College Readiness – ELA - Skill Development

  • Bridge to College Readiness – MATH - Skill Development

2022 Yorkville High School Summer School

  • Registration

    • 1st Semester Deadline - Friday, May 20, 2022
    • 2nd Semester Deadline - Friday, June 13, 2022

    Semester 1 – June 13th - June 30th (8 am - 1 pm)

    Semester 2 – July 11th – July 28th (8 am - 1 pm)

    * All sessions will run Monday through Thursday*


    Students must drop the course prior to the end of the business day by the dates listed below. No refund will be issued after designated dates.

    • 1st Semester Deadline - Thursday, June 9, 2022
    • 2nd Semester Deadline - Thursday, July 7, 2022

    Summer School is an intensive and compressed academic experience and it is imperative that students attend class each and every day. Semester-long courses are taught in a twelve-day block rather than the traditional eighteen-week semester. Because of this time compression, attendance is extremely important. The following regulations will be enforced: 

    • A student will be administratively dropped from summer school, without refund, for any combination of tardies and/or absences equal to or greater than 2 days each semester. 
    • Students arriving to class after the bell will be considered tardy. 
    • Full day absence: any absence in excess of two hours in a given day; Half-day absence: arriving to class between 15 minutes and two hours late, either at the beginning of the day or returning from any class break; and Tardy: arriving to class up to 15 minutes late, either at the beginning of the day or returning from any class break


    Megan Martinez

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