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Stay on Track with LEARN's Online Summer School

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Need to catch up on coursework over the summer but have other obligations that won’t allow you to sit in a classroom?  With LEARN’s Virtual Learning Academy Online Summer School, students have the opportunity to complete necessary coursework with just one requirement – an internet connection.  This summer school session is ideal for students needing credit recovery or electives and offers the ability to bring up their GPA, catch up to classmates, and get the credits necessary to graduate on time.  Some students take advantage of this opportunity in order to manage an already packed academic course load for the upcoming school year.

LEARN’s Virtual Learning Academy Online Summer School allows five weeks for completion, beginning on June 28 through August 2, 2017.  This summer school session offers the following courses: English, Algebra, Geometry, World History, US History, Government, Sociology, Economics, Physical Science, Biology, Environmental Science, Financial Literacy, Health, Short Stories, Greek Mythology, Poetry, and more. 

Ease of accessibility allows students to complete assignments on a schedule that fits their needs within the session’s five week timeframe.  LEARN’s Virtual Learning Academy Online Summer School offers Connecticut students, families, and school districts a way to balance academic goals with summer requirements.  For questions or more information, please contact Bonnie Silvestri at LEARN, or 860-434-4800 ext. 177.

To register, complete and return the Virtual Learning Academy Online Summer School Registration Form.  Click here for online payment.

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