MSHS Summer School Registration 2021
Mt. Spokane High School will be offering summer school courses for the classes of 2021, 2022, 2023, and 2024, at no cost, beginning June 28, 2021 and ending August 26, 2021.

Students will be able to recover credits, for previously failed or incomplete coursework, through the completion of online courses through Edgenuity. This will be distance learning, as students will not be reporting to Mt. Spokane High School to complete coursework.

Beginning August 9-August 26, students have the option to receive additional academic support for their coursework by attending in-person sessions at Mead High School, Monday-Thursday from 8:30am-11:30am. These in-person sessions are not required, as students can complete work independently at their own pace.

Students will be enrolled in one course at a time. It is possible to complete more than one course during the summer school session, depending on the amount of time a student is able to devote to his/her coursework. Credit Recovery courses are graded using the Pass/No Credit grading option, and students who earn a passing grade will receive a .5 credit for each completed course.

If you are unsure of what course(s) you need to enroll in, please check with your grade-level counselor. Questions specific to the summer school program and hours can be directed to the program administrator, Lori Inman, at

Note: Summer school courses may not meet the NCAA Eligibility Center guidelines. Be sure to check with your grade-level counselor if you have questions.
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