High school students who would like to make up work over the summer have various options. Regardless of the program that a student chooses to attend, it is the student's responsibility to have the summer school Official Grade Report (transcript) mailed to the QV High School Guidance Office so that it can be noted on the student's record. All summer school courses are listed as Pass/Fail on the QVHS transcript. If you are considering taking credit or credit recovery courses from vendors other than those listed below, please speak with your school counselor regarding if/how your course will appear on your QVHS transcript.
Format: Online classes in a classroom setting in Baden. Cost is yet to be determined.
For more information: Contact Stephanie Drewnowski at 724-869-2222 x223.
Allegheny Intermediate Unit: Waterfront Learning
Format: Online Instruction for Credit and Credit Recovery
For more information: Go to the 2019 Waterfront Learning Summer Program Page here
for Credit and Credit Recovery options.
The Online Academy @ North Hills
Format: The Online Academy offers online summer classes for both credit recovery and enrichment in math, English, science, social studies, and health. Credit recovery courses are intended for students who were not able to achieve a passing grade during the school year. In addition, the Online Academy provides full-credit enrichment courses in a number of areas to engage students in the summer to extend their learning.
For more information: Go to the 2019 Online Academy @ North Hills site here for complete information.
Chartiers Valley Virtual Academy
Format: Online credit recovery courses.
Registration: For complete information click here.
Club Z Tutoring
Provides independent study for course credit – one on one tutoring also available. Call Area Director Dave Misera for courses and costs at (724) 201-4233 or email at email@example.com
Format: Classroom instruction in English, Math, Social Studies and Science at Project Succeed @ Keystone Oaks High School. Students are advised to register as early as possible to avoid being shut out of a class. Classes run from June 17th through July 12th and students can choose to attend a morning or afternoon session Monday-Friday.
Registration and Tuition: All course payments must be made in cash. In-person registration starts May 28th. For complete class and registration information, click below.