The number of high school registrants for Fort Worth ISD’s Summer Semester continues to increase annually.
The 2019 semester got underway June 18 and 19 with a record 3,100 high school students registered. The District expects to have a better idea of actual attendees soon, according to the Academics Department.
Students had opportunities to register for the Summer Semester online through their counselors May 21- June 4 and in person at a registration event, hosted June 13 at the Wilkerson-Greines Activity Center.
In 2018, 2,344 high school students registered for the general summer school session, the most ever registered for summer classes, and 1,847 actually attended summer courses. Roughly 1,000 high school enrolled for the 2017 summer session.
Fort Worth ISD’s Summer Semester 2019 allows students to recover course credits, take classes to get ahead, retake STAAR/EOC exams or prepare for PSAT/ SAT tests.
The following high schools are open for the Summer Semester:
South Hills High
Online and in-person coursework is underway.
Summer Semester continues Monday through Thursday until July 25. There is no school, Thursday, July 4 because of the Independence Day holiday.
The Summer Semester graduation ceremony is slated for 7 p.m. August 16 at Wilkerson-Greines Activity Center, 5201 C.A. Roberson Blvd.