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Summer School

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Summer School is open only to Stevenson students, including eighth-graders who are registered as incoming freshmen. Students take one course during a summer school session. Incoming freshmen are strongly encouraged to consider enrolling in summer school, to aid in the adjustment and transition to high school. Approximately 65-70% of incoming freshmen enroll in summer school annually.

The school also offers many summer camps through its PREP (Patriot Recreation Education Program). Camps offered include sports and music.

Summer School questions? Call 847-415-4520 or email

Summer School 2021 

This year, Stevenson's summer school courses will be offered in one of two formats: remote or in-person. We plan to operate most of our classes in-person, with the possibility of adding dedicated remote learning sections. 

While some courses may be offered in both remote and in-person formats, we will not be offering hybrid courses. Specifically, we will not be offering a day-by-day choice of format. 

Additionally, there is no guarantee that we will run your course(s) in the format you desire. In the case that the final format does not work for you, you may request a full refund. 

Students who cancel a registration after May 15 but before the course begins, will receive a partial refund. In these cases, a $100 non-refundable processing fee will be charged. No refunds will be issued after the semester begins.

For more information on Stevenson's COVID-19 safety response, check out the COVID-19 Updates page

First page of the PDF file: SummerSchoolTransitionWorkshopOffering

(Download Transition Workshop Offerings Flyer) 
Online registration closes on May 22

Online registration for summer school is available beginning Jan. 21, 2021 at 4:00 p.m.
Have questions? Email

Contacting Counselors During Summer School
Here are the counselors students should contact with questions this summer:
Contact information will be posted prior to the beginning of summer school.

If You Have a Safety Concern:
Email or call 911.

Emails and voice messages are answered in the order in which they are received. Your patience is greatly appreciated.