In compliance with COVID-19 health guidelines, WJCC Schools will offer modified summer programs June 30 – August 4. Summer school will focus on virtual learning opportunities for high school students to support credit recovery and accelerated learning. Information and registration details are listed below along with available at-home resources for elementary and middle school students.

Elementary School

Suggested summer engagement resources for elementary school students will be mailed home with report cards. Activities include a list of suggested book titles, read-aloud events by WJCC teachers, math, science, journaling, and physical movement. Families can also access these resources by visiting teacher webpages in StudentVUE.

Middle School

Middle School remediation will take place at the beginning of next school year when classes resume. In the meantime, students can access previously released lessons and activities for summer practice on their teachers’ pages in StudentVUE.

High School

Summer Recovery Program:

To provide students in grades 9-12 the opportunity to regain a credit for a course for which they did not pass with proficiency. Credit Recovery courses are taught by WJCC teacher facilitators through Edmentum and Microsoft Teams. Credit Recovery is an online course for students who have completed the seat hours of a course and must repeat the course. Parents who wish to enroll their child in Credit Recovery must fill out the online registration form.

Summer Acceleration Program:

To provide rising 9 – 12 grade students the opportunity to earn original credit through online learning. Seniors may take additional original credit courses to meet graduation requirements.  These courses will also have facilitators who will use the WJCC Digital Campus instructional strategies.

Location: WJCC Summer School will be a fully virtual program, including registration, orientation, and all instruction, due to COVID-19.

Dates: June 30 – August 4th 2020

Courses Available

Credit Recovery Offerings

  • English 9, 10, 11, 12
  • Earth Science
  • Biology
  • Algebra 1
  • Geometry
  • Algebra 2
  • World Geography
  • World History & Geo 1
  • World History & Geo 2
  • VA/US History
  • US Government

Acceleration Course Offerings

  • Economics and Personal Finance (requires W!SE test, which will be administered in Fall 2020)
  • Health & Physical Education I

*All Courses will be taught online and are subject to enrollment.

Course Restrictions and Eligibility:

Students and families should note that courses this summer will be offered online through Williamsburg James City County Digital Campus. The courses are dependent on sufficient enrollment and the availability of qualified and appropriately endorsed instructional staff.

Note: all courses are restricted to WJCC students in grades 9 through 12 only. Rising WJCC ninth grade students may also attend high school summer school programs.

This includes current eighth-grade students who are rising ninth-graders who want to enroll in a high school course offered in summer school.

Students enrolling in the EPF course must meet one of the four requirements listed below:

  • Rising 12th grader and need the course to graduate
  • Early College Program student and need the course
  • New Horizons Career & Technical student and need the course but can’t fit it into schedule
  • Governor’s School student, need the course but can’t fit it into schedule 

Cost/Payment:

High school students, including rising 9th graders, can take courses for credit recovery or to accelerate their learning by taking new class content. The cost to accelerate is $310 per course, and to recover credit(s) is $154.

Course Credit/Standardized Tests:

Students who complete a recovery course will receive 1 credit per course.  However, SOL tests will not be administered during the summer. More information about assessments will be shared with students enrolled in SOL tested courses in late June/early July due to COVID-19.

Students who complete an enrichment course will receive 1 credit per course. However, due to Covid-19, some course requirements may need to be completed at a later date to fulfill course requirements.

Expectations/Resources:

The online learner will need basic knowledge of computers and internet skills in order to be successful in an online course. This will require on-going access to a laptop/computer, an internet connection and access to the student’s WJCC online account.