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Save Your Summer With Online Summer School

Working on Computer in the Green Grass March 16, 2016

You can enjoy the summer you’ve earned while still earning the credits you need to graduate.

Enroll in summer school at The Bridge School by June 30 to get your summer back and enroll by March 31 to get a discount too. Contact an advisor to learn more.

Take Class Wherever Your Vacation Takes You

You won’t sit in a classroom flipping through a boring textbook when you enroll at The Bridge School. We designed our courses for on-the-go middle school and high school students with downloadable podcasts perfect for your summer trips.

Work on a laptop or mobile device from anywhere in the world thanks to the flexibility of online school. You can even study without an Internet connection by downloading podcasts­, perfect for those traveling off the grid.

Still Get The Help You Need

The Bridge School provides every student with an individualized educational experience that prepares them to reach their educational goals.

When you enroll in summer school classes at The Bridge School, we’ll give you a login to your courseware and assign a certified/highly qualified online teacher to assist you throughout the course. This teacher is available by email, phone or text to make sure you understand the material and answer any questions you have. Just be mindful of time differences.

So enjoy your vacation, remember to pack your laptop charger, and try not to rub it in your friend’s faces that you’re earning credits while still having an excellent summer.

The Dates and The Details

9-week summer sessions run from June 1- August 31

Special Enrollment Period. March 1-31

$300 per semester (except AP and World Languages) with no enrollment fee

Regular Enrollment Period. April 1st- June 30

$50 new student enrollment fee and course pricing as follows

Original Credit – $325

Credit Recovery- $325

Credit-By-Exam – $150

Advanced Placement- $499

World Languages – $499

Summer school doesn’t have to be a scary word.

Contact an advisor today and save your summer.

Author James Mann

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