Registration for Most MCPS Summer Programs Opens April 4
MCPS is planning a range of programs for elementary, middle and high school students this summer at no cost to students. Most programs will occur in July, with the exception of high school credit courses and the Extended Learning Opportunities (ELO) program in Title I elementary schools. Generally, in-person programs will take place in the morning through midday. Afternoon programs sponsored by county and municipal agencies and outside providers will be available in some schools. For more information, visit the MCPS Summer Programs webpage or contact your local school.
|Enrolled in a Title I elementary school?||Extended Learning Opportunities
July 6-Aug. 5
|In ParentVUE, beginning April 4.||Visit the ELO website or contact your local school.|
|Eligible for Extended School Year Services (ESY) through student’s IEP?||Extended School Year (ESY)
Individualized extension of specific special education services beyond the regular school year, based on a student’s Individualized Education Program (IEP).
July 5/6-July 29
|In Synergy, submitted by the student’s case manager.
Parent letters will be visible in ParentVUE upon approval.
|Contact your case manager, local school or email ESYservices@mcpsmd.org.|
|Interested in earning high school credits through online courses offered by MCPS?||Central High School Summer Program
Repeat or original credit
Courses in all content areas required for graduation and CTE
June 29-Aug. 9 (three-week sessions per course)
|In ParentVUE, registration is now open. Deadline is May 27.||Visit the Central High School Summer Program, complete the Help Request, or contact the school counselor.|
|Interested in a program in your local elementary or middle school?||Tailored for students with the greatest need of mitigating learning disruption. The curriculum is designed to support students who need additional or repeated instruction in the major work of the previous grade level and/or are currently below-grade level in reading or math. Some students may be contacted by their local school.
|In ParentVUE, April 4–May 27.
Middle schools may be sending additional registration information based on the program.
|Contact your local school.|
|Interested in a program in your local high school?||Select credit-bearing courses, credit recovery, and non-credit enrichment programs. In-person and hybrid.
One-to-three-week sessions, running June 29-Aug. 9
Note: Online courses in core academic areas should be taken through the MCPS Central High School Summer Program.
|Registration information sent by the local high school.||Contact your local school.|
Other summer opportunities:
- Online tutoring with MCPS staff and external providers available to all students, on flexible schedules and available 24/7.
- Montgomery Can Code: Free coding camp for middle school students.
- Other “Out of School Time” program opportunities.
Final summer program offerings will be dependent on enrollment, budget and staffing.
For help registering in ParentVUE, visit this website.