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Summer School

See the 2020 Summer School brochure

Have questions? Email summer_school_office@d125.org

Summer School 2020 Schedule
First session: June 2-25
Second session: June 29-July 23
Each session will have eight four-day weeks.

First Session Dates
Week 1: Tuesday-Friday, June 2-5
Week 2: Monday-Thursday, June 8-11
Week 3: Monday-Thursday, June 15-18
Week 4: Monday-Thursday, June 22-25

Second Session Dates
Week 1: Monday-Thursday, June 29-July 2
Week 2: Tuesday-Friday, July 7-10
Week 3: Monday-Thursday, July 13-16
Week 4: Monday-Thursday, July 20-23


Contacting Counselors During Summer School
Here are the counselors students should contact with questions this summer:

Summer School:
First session (June 2-25): Carol Seeger (cseeger@d125.org)
Second session (June 29-July 23): Terese Sullivan (tsullivan@d125.org)

2020-21 School Year:
If you have questions related to the 2020-21 school year that begins in August, please contact summercounselors@d125.org or leave a message at 847-415-4080 and your request will be addressed. 

If You Have a Safety Concern:
Email ice@d125.org or call 911.

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


Transition Workshops

This summer, Stevenson High School is offering a number of transition workshops to help SHS students who may be seeking opportunities to learn and reinforce key skills and prerequisite content knowledge in English, mathematics or Spanish. Each transition workshop will be a 30-minute synchronous class (per day) with asynchronous practice opportunities throughout the week. Click here for details.

NOTE: Workshops offered during the Semester 1 have the same content as those offered during Semester 2.

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 summerschoolreg@d125.org.