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The outside credit limit is four credits for grades 9-12 with a maximum of two credits taken in one school year.

ALL Students will participate in an in-person orientation at the start of the course.

Families are responsible for determining if the course meets NCAA and college admissions requirements. Not all courses are NCAA approved. More information on NCAA eligibility.


  • Students in grades 7 – 12 during the current school year.
  • Students who wish to improve a grade (received a C-, D+ or D) may opt to re-take the course either through the in-person summer school program or online.
  • Students who wish to accelerate or take a course for enrichment may take the course online.
  • Students in need of a course for credit recovery (failed a course) must enroll with the in-person (not online)  ISD Summer School.
  • If a student is in need of a course for credit recovery (failed a course) and that course is not offered through the ISD summer School, they can take the course online but will have 4 face to face support session meetings each week with a mentor.
  • When?

    Students will take this course during the 6 week summer school session
    • Cost: Tuition Summer 2019
    • Drop: If a course is dropped prior to the course start date, a fee will not be assessed. There are no refunds for courses dropped on or after the start date of the course and cannot be transferred to another term. 
    • Materials: If a course requires a textbook or materials that are not available at the school, it is the student's responsibility to acquire the item(s).
    • Grade: Students receive the actual course grade earned (A-F) on their Issaquah School District transcript. Letter grades are granted as given by the provider and may be different than the Issaquah School District grading scale.  Students may drop the course with no grade penalty within the first 2 days of class.  Day 3 to 5  the student will receive a "W" on their transcript.  On or after day 6 the student will receive an "F" on their transcript.
  • Where?

    • Off Campus
      • Students will take all unit exams in-person during proctored sessions. The proctored session location, date, and time options will be communicated at registration.
      • Washington State History is a project based course and has no proctored tests. 
  • How?