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Summer Programs

Summer School

Summer School programs offer students the opportunity to review skills, explore areas of interest, recover credit, and/or gain additional credit during the summer.

Elementary and Middle School Level

At the elementary and middle school levels, Summer School classes are designed to review skills in the areas of reading, writing, and mathematics. There are also classes that provide opportunities for students to explore areas of interest or simply have fun!

High School Level

Many classes at the high school level provide students with the opportunity to recover or gain a semester's credit for each class successfully completed (including the final exam, if required). There are also additional online classes that provide opportunities for students to explore areas of interest. Additional news, information and answers to common questions regarding high school programs can be found on the NHS website.


2017 Brochures and Registration Dates

Brochures will be available in March 2017.  Registration begins Monday, May 1, 2017

Contact Information

The Summer School program is organized by the Office of Instruction and district staff. The program is self-supported through tuition, and minimum enrollment is required through pre-registration efforts.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact:  
Ms. Cori Thomas, Summer School Coordinator
Dr. Sandra Brock, Director of Instruction
Summer School Office
Lisa Lesz (248) 344-3526
Please note: If you have any questions regarding credit or graduation requirements, please refer to your student's counselor. 

Additional Summer Opportunities for Students

Early Childhood Education and Extended Day Programs

Our Early Childhood Education and Extended Day Programs also offers summer programming for elementary and Pre-K students. Please visit the Early Childhood Summer Programs page for more information.

2017 Summer Sports Opportunities