• Downingtown Area School District
    Summer School Original Credit and Enrichment Program

    The Downingtown Area School District is offering a summer program that includes coursework for original credit and enrichment.

    All courses are completely cyber, except for Lifelong Activities.  The asynchronous cyber courses will either run in Schoology or in Edgenuity and will have weekly due dates. 

    Original Credit courses are courses that students are taking for the first time. The course is reported on the student’s official transcript and the grades are calculated into the student’s grade point average (GPA).  

    1-credit course: $375

    .5 or .33 credit course: $225

    Enrichment courses are non-credit classes taken for personal growth.  Students can choose to take an enrichment course without the pressure of a grade in order to explore an area of interest. Enrichment courses are not reported on a student's transcript and are not factored into a student's GPA; however,  students can certainly share these experiences with colleges and future employers in other ways.

    Enrichment course: $225

    Students will need their own device to access the Internet. Students who are planning to be without Internet access for a week or more (e.g. on vacation in the mountains) should wait and take the course during the school year.

    Please note: Students should expect to spend a minimum of 12-15 hours per week on a .5 credit course and 25-30 hours per week on a 1-credit course. Summer school courses cover the same amount of material as the year-long course, so plan accordingly!



    April 1 - April 26th

    Summer school registration period. No registrations will be accepted after this period.

    May 6 - May 17 at 3:00 pm

    Families must pay for the course in Payforit.  Non-payment of the course means that the student is no longer enrolling.

    May 18 - June 7

    $50 fee charged for any withdrawals from a course during this time period.  There are no refunds issued after June 7.

    May 13 (DMS), May 14 (LMS), May 20 (STEM), May 28 (DHSE), May 30 (DHSW), or June 10 (Central Administration Building)

    Students must attend one mandatory one-forty-five minute orientation for summer school either during school on May 28th or 29th or on June 10th. Students will receive their login information at this orientation.

    June 17

    All cyber summer school courses begin.

    June 21

    Final day for students to withdraw from an original credit course without a "Withdraw/Fail" on their transcripts.

    July 4

    No classes held.

    July 11

    Lifelong Activities class ends.

    August 9

    Last day for all online original credit and enrichment courses.