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Summer School

De La Salle North Catholic conducts three summer programs: The Summer Readiness Program for incoming 9th graders, the Summer Proficiency Program for rising 10th, 11th, and 12th graders, and Summer Credit Recovery for rising 10th, 11th, and 12th graders.

Summer Readiness Program

Incoming 9th graders who have been conditionally accepted to matriculate in the fall will enroll in Math, English, or both, depending upon their middle school grades, test results, and teacher recommendations. The focus in Math is on Pre-Algebra skills; the focus in English is on reading and writing strategies, and language conventions. To successfully complete this program, students must meet four standards: 95% on-time attendance, 95% homework completion, positive participation in all classroom activities, and earn a passing grade in the course.

Summer Proficiency Program

Rising students in 10th, 11th, and 12th grades who have not demonstrated proficiency in English or Math as determined by course grades or by teacher recommendation, will be assigned to this summer skill-building program. The school provides small group tutoring sessions overseen by a Master Teacher. 

Summer Credit Recovery

Students going into 10th, 11th, and 12th grades who failed a semester course during the school year are required to recover credit for that class within one year. Students can make up credit by attending Portland Public Schools (PPS) Evening Scholars Program or PPS Summer Program. Students who are unable to attend PSS because of availability or course offerings may attend our Summer Credit Recovery at the DLSNC campus.

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