Report cards were mailed to Mobile County Public Schools students this week, and a small number of students may open their envelopes to find that they need to attend summer school.
Summer school is being offered to students in grades 3-12 who did not meet promotion requirements, failed a course, or who meet other specified criteria.
Summer school students in grades 3-8 will report to Burns Middle School on Girby Road, while summer school students in grades 9-12 will report to their zoned high school. Summer school is offered at no charge to MCPSS students in Title I school zones.
The first day of summer school is Monday, June 12.
All students who need to attend summer school must complete registration this week. Registration for grades 3-8 will be Thursday, June 8, from 8:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. at Burns Middle School. Registration for grades 9-12 will be Friday, June 9 from 7:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. at all high schools.
Lunch will be provided at no charge to all summer school students, and students should wear their regular school uniform each day.
Any high school student who wants to complete driver’s education during the summer can call their school to register. Driver’s education is offered from June 12-26, or June 27-July 12, from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. The cost is $150 for MCPSS students and $300 for students from private schools or other school districts.
For more information on summer school, call your child’s school, or the Division of Curriculum and Instruction at 251-221-4141.