Summer School General Information
Current full-time Denver Online High School (DOHS) students are allowed to take courses at no charge as part of their continued enrollment. Summer school is also FREE for all other DPS students. For those students outside of the district, courses are $100-$400 per course. Denver Online High School has only ONE session from June 9th-August 8th. All classes will be taken simultaneously during this time span. One semester course is equal to 5 credits (.5). To promote successful course completion, DOHS recommends no more than 1 full course or 2 semester courses. Successfully completing a full credit course in the 9-10 weeks of summer will require a time commitment of approximately 4 hours a day for 5 days a week.
Tuition must be paid in full before registration is complete. Tuition fees can be paid by the school, by the student, or by a third party organization sponsoring the enrollment using our online PayPal account or checks made payable to “Denver Online High School” mailed to:
Denver Online High School
Attn: Summer School Program
1350 E. 33rd Ave.
Denver, CO 80205
Students will need access to a computer with high-speed internet from home, personal storage space on a hard drive or jump drive, and the ability to install any required software.
Many factors affect a student’s success in the program including attendance, degree to which the student already meets grade level standards, and fidelity to program implementation. Every effort is made to provide a quality experience for students from low student-teacher ratios to on-site Instructional Support. Students taking a math class may be required to meet in person with their teacher up to 3 days a week online or onsite.
It is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to provide a current copy of the child’s IEP or 504 plan (if applicable) at the time of registration in order to ensure Special Education services as in the regular school year.
Registration begins for all students on May 1, 2012. In the meantime, please click here to fill out an interest form so that we can better plan for what classes are needed.
- Fill out the interest form.
- Once the fees are paid, the student is enrolled into their online course(s).
May 1st – Beginning of registration for DOHS Summer School Classes
June 10th – Start of Summer School, students must begin logging in and accessing class daily. Students who have not accessed by June 4th will be dropped.
June 10th – All Payments Due – Students must have paid all course fees in order to access the class or they will be dropped. Last day to register for DOHS summer school.
August 16th – Last Day of Summer School – all courses must be completed.
This information is subject to change due to program needs.