Summer Learning Registration

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ACPS is preparing for Summer Learning 2022 and has some friendly reminders for families who received the May 13, 2022, ACPS message about the program and are interested in registering their students. The registration deadline is May 25, 2022.

In-person Summer Learning for Current Students in Grades PreK-8
Summer Learning 2022 is optional and offered to targeted groups of students according to a prioritization matrix. Families of students who are offered the opportunity to participate in Summer Learning 2022 were sent an email message from “ACPS Tech Services” on May 13, 2022, with information about registration. Those interested in registering their students for Summer Learning 2022 who received this email message are asked to complete the Summer Learning 2022 form by Wed., May 25, 2022, using your student’s Google ID number. The Google ID number is the information before the @ symbol in the student’s email address.

Please reach out to your school if you have questions about access or registration. The ACPS Summer Learning program will consist of four weeks of in-person learning from June 27 to July 21, 2022. Learning will take place every Monday through Thursday, except for Monday, July 4, 2022. Please visit the ACPS Summer Learning webpage for more detailed program information.

Families who do not wish for their students to participate in in-person summer learning can access ACPS’s asynchronous and self-directed virtual options for students currently in grades K-12. For elementary students, asynchronous items will be posted to the ACPS Summer Learning webpage on June 27, 2022.

Summer Boost/Prep Classes for Math and English for Current Students in Grades 5-12
Boost classes are free for all ACPS students. Boost courses for English and math are accessible through a student’s Chromebook. This is an online course, not for credit. It is a self-directed program without online teacher support. Students can access these courses on their own time. Current students in grade seven can also take Civics and Economics, and Physical Science. For questions regarding boost courses, please visit the ACPS Summer Learning webpage or contact Erik Perini at