In continued adherence to federal, State, and City health guidelines, we are adapting our summer school model for summer 2020. This year, we will offer summer school via remote instruction, allowing us to provide more students than ever before with the academic supports they need and a bridge from this school year to the next.
In addition to receiving academic instruction, students participating in these summer school programs will also have opportunities to go on self-paced virtual field trips and engage in daily social-emotional learning activities.
Summer School 2020 will offer remote instruction to the following students:
- Students in grades 3–8 who are:
- not promoted in June and are required to attend summer school.
- promoted in June but are recommended by their teacher for additional academic support in ELA and/or math over the summer.
- Students in grades 9–12 who receive a grade of Course in Progress, or who need to retake a course they have failed in a prior term.
- Students with 12-month Individualized Education Program (IEP) Services.
Dates for Summer School 2020
- Starting June 17: Schools notify families if a student will be promoted to the next grade
- June 17–25, and on the first day of Summer School: Summer school registration opens for non-public school, charter school, new resident, temporary resident, and non-resident students:
- Thursday, July 2: First instructional day for District 75 and Extended School Year
- Friday, July 3: Independence Day observed (schools closed)
- Monday, July 6: First instructional day for elementary, middle, and high school students
- Friday, July 31: Eid al- Adha observed (schools closed)
- Tuesday, August 11: Last instructional day for elementary and middle school students
- Thursday, August 13: Last instructional day for District 75 and Extended School Year
- Friday, August 14: Last instructional day for high school students
Dates for Summer School 2020 by Grade Level
- Elementary and middle school:
- Monday, July 6 – Tuesday, August 11
- High school:
- Monday, July 6 – Friday, August 14
- Monday – Friday, though student schedules may vary based on courses needed
- District 75 and Extended School Year:
- Thursday, July 2 – Thursday, August 13
Who Must Attend Summer School
Your student's school will notify you by email in mid- to late-June if your student is required or recommended to participate in Summer School.
Families can view their student’s promotion decision and summer school information by logging into your New York City Schools Account (NYCSA), and students can view their summer school information by signing into TeachHub.
Please contact your student’s principal if you have questions about whether your student should attend summer school.
Find a Remote Learning Summer School
To find your remote learning summer school, enter the name of your school in our Find a School search tool. Once you select your school, scroll to the bottom of the page for information about which school is hosting remote learning for your student this summer.
Enrolling in Summer School
New York City public school students receive first priority for Summer School enrollment. All other applicants are admitted on a first-come, first-served basis, subject to seat availability and student eligibility. Students eligible for Summer School 2020 are those in grades 3-12 whose school requires them to attend summer learning to be promoted to the next grade level or to graduate from high school.
Summer School registration is open starting June 17–June 25, and on the first day of Summer School (July 6). Students and their parent or guardian should register by emailing the summer school remote learning site they plan to attend. Emancipated students do not need a guardian to register.
Use the resources below to determine what documentation you will need to register:
Nonpublic and Charter School Students
All eligible nonpublic school (e.g. private/parochial schools) and charter school students are eligible to attend Summer School tuition-free. To register for Summer School 2020, families should email the parent coordinator and/or principal of the remote learning summer school they wish to attend. Please attach a completed Nonpublic School Enrollment Application or a Charter School Enrollment Application, provided by your school, and a copy of the student’s report card and/or transcript from their current school (if available).
New and Temporary (Visiting for Summer) Residents of New York City
Students who are new to the New York City public school system are eligible to attend Summer School tuition-free if they provide proof of residence, are in grades 3-12, and they need summer learning to be promoted to the next grade level or to graduate from high school.
Students who are visiting New York City for summer and are not registered in the New York City public school system, and will not be enrolled in the New York City public school system in September 2020, are eligible to attend Summer School tuition-free if they provide proper residency documentation, are in grades 3-12, and they need summer learning to be promoted to the next grade level or to graduate from high school.
To register for Summer School 2020, families should email the parent coordinator and/or principal of the remote learning summer school they wish to attend. Please provide proof of residency and a copy of the student’s report card and/or transcript from their current school (if available). For enrollment documentation requirements, visit the New Student Enrollment Page and the Enrollment Forms Page.
Students who do not reside in New York City are eligible to attend summer school if they are in grades 3-12 and need summer learning to be promoted to the next grade level or to graduate from high school, if they pay tuition, and if there are available seats in the school program.
To register for Summer School 2020, families should email the parent coordinator and/or principal of the remote learning summer schoolthey wish to attend. Please attach a completed Non-Resident Enrollment form and provide a copy of the student’s report card and/or transcript from their current school (if available).
If there are seats available, the registering parent or guardian should send the signed application form and payment to:
Office of Non-Public School Payables
Re: Non-Resident Tuition, N.Y.C. Department of Education
65 Court Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Questions regarding non-resident fees can be directed to the Bureau of Non-Public School Payables at 718-935-4789. See the Non-Resident Enrollment page and Chancellor's Regulation A-125 for additional information and requirements.
Where to Complete Summer School Work
Starting June 29, 2020 summer school students will complete their work on iLearnNYC, an online learning management system. iLearnNYC can be accessed through TeachHub:
- Go to TeachHub.
- Sign in with their DOE account credentials.
- Click the dark blue iLearnNYC icon.
- You should be signed in automatically. Once in iLearnNYC, you can see your courses, meet your teacher, review course content, and more.