Summer School

Summer School 2017 - Draughn High School

Would you like to recover or earn high school credit this summer?


Credit Recovery: Draughn High School, June 19- August 11, 2017

  • Students are expected to complete/recover a course within a consecutive four-week time period.
  • Credit Recovery sessions run Monday - Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. at Draughn High School.
  • Credit Recovery sessions start on Mondays; there are three dates to choose to start a four-week session.
    • Session 1: June 19
    • Session 2: June 26
    • Session 3: July 10
  • Draughn High School is CLOSED the week of July 4.
  • There is no charge for Credit Recovery.
  • There is a Summer School Credit Recovery Form. The form can be downloaded from the Online Learning Forms section or picked up from the school Guidance Counselor.
  • Form deadline: Students must submit their form the Wednesday before the Monday session start.
First Time Course Information: Dates vary based on Vendor chosen. See 'Vendors' section below for specific dates.

Please note that Burke County Public Schools has determined that End-of-Course Exam (EOC) courses and English courses may not be taken for the first time in the summer.  

Guidelines and Procedures:

  • You must be a rising Freshman, rising Sophomore, rising Junior, or rising Senior.
  • You must complete the online registration process​ by JUNE 6.  
  • The sooner you submit your application, the better chance you have to get into the particular course(s) that you wish to take.
  • You must check-in with the summer e-Learning Advisor (ELA), Mrs. Stephanie Eggers, on or before your course start date to confirm your course log-in information.
  • You must check-in with Mrs. Eggers on a weekly basis June through August to help ensure success in your online course.  
  • Mrs. Eggers will be at Draughn High School Monday-Thursday, June 19 - August 11, excluding the week of July 4. 
  • Tuition is $350 per course (out-of-county student tuition is $450).  Tuition, along with the Online Learning Application and Parent Student Contract, must be submitted to the guidance counselor before you can be registered for the course. Make checks payable to BCPS.
  • No more than two courses may be taken during the summer session. 
  • If the course you want to take requires a textbook that we have on-hand, we will provide you with a textbook. If not, you will need to purchase the textbook for the course. 
  • It is required that you have Internet access at home or another location in order to take an online course.
  • It is highly recommended that if you have not had an online course, Success 101 would be a great elective course for you to begin your online adventure.
  • You will earn high school credit and this credit will count in GPA and rank.
  • Online providers estimate that each course requires a commitment of 4 (four) hours per day, five days a week.

NOTE:  Middle school students (including rising ninth graders) may take Success 101, Science, Social Studies, Math, and Foreign Language courses only.​

Vendors:

NCVPS Online CoursesNCVPS Summer School Guide with link to Courses 2017.

  • NCVPS courses are 8 weeks. 
  • Courses start June 19 and end August 11.
  • Students will need to get course log-in information from the Guidance Counselor or ELA before the last day of school. 

APEX AP Online Courses: AP Chemistry, AP Literature, AP Macroeconomics, AP Microeconomics, AP Psychology, AP Statistics, US History & AP US Government & Politics 
  • APEX Summer Courses are 9 weeks
  • Students have two starting options; you must turn in the Online Learning Application and Parent Student Contract by the 'Enroll by' date listed below.
  • Log-in information is emailed directly to the student by the online teacher.
Enroll by -  Start on -  End on
June 6     -   Jun 12   -  Aug 11
June 13   -   Jun 19   -  Aug 18