Promising Scholars

Promising Scholars Summer Program

& Credit Recovery 


The Promising Scholars summer program offers students a fun, free, and academically enriching experience this summer.  High school students also can register for Credit Recovery this summer.

Each summer camp will offer a mix of classroom learning; science, technology, and art activities; physical activity, and other fun experiences, with a full-day schedule for rising kindergarteners through 8th-graders and a half-day for rising 9th- through 12th-graders. 

teacher and students in Promising Scholars summer classAlthough academic work will not be graded, elementary and middle school students will have an opportunity to get caught up academically before the school year begins.

In addition to ACT Prep and enrichment opportunities through Promising Scholars, high school students will have credit recovery options, extended school year (ESY) for exceptional education students and programs for English Learners.

Register for Promising Scholars

May 30 to June 28, 2024
  • Registration for Promising Scholars 2024 opens January 22.
  • The priority window closes March 29.
  • Information for students affected by the third grade retention law will be shared.
To Register for Promising Scholars

To register in Promising Scholars, you will need the student's 9-digit student number and an email address.

  • If you do not have the student number, you can find it in Campus Parent, our district's parent portal.
  • Please allow 24 hours for the enrollment website to update with information you have added, or updated in Campus Parent

Questions about Promising Scholars?

Email the Promising Scholars team with any questions.


Details & Frequently Asked Questions


Summer Learning for High School Students

Students should discuss specific needs with their high school counselors prior to registration

Credit Recovery

High School students should check with their high school counselor for Credit Recovery, ESY and EL registration deadlines. Students who need transportation to attend in-person credit recovery.  

Promising Scholars

Participate in Promising Scholars and enjoy exciting and engaging experiences centered around college and career readiness.

First-Time Credit

Students in grades 10 to 12 can earn 0.5 to 1.0 credits in a course that meets the graduation requirement.

English Learners Summer Program

First-time credits are offered at identified zoned high schools. The program is in person. To participate, students must:

  • be active in English Learners
  • have been in the United States for less than two years
  • need the credits to tay on track or get caught up for graduation

Extended School Year

This is for students receiving Exceptional Education Services and have an Individualized Education Program that includes extended school year services. This is an in-person program.

High School Locations for Summer Learning

If you attend your zoned school, transportation will be provided. Not all programs are offered at every school.

  • Cane Ridge
  • Glencliff
  • Hillsboro
  • Hunters Lane
  • Lawson
  • Maplewood
  • McGavock
  • Overton
  • Pearl-Cohn
  • Whites Creek




Summer Learning at Home - Resources for all Students