St. Francis High Schools policy on summer school is as follows:
Ordinarily, students who fail a course during the regular school year must repeat this course in summer school. Not all summer school programs, however, can earn St. Francis credit. See a guidance counselor for details.
If a failure in any required course occurs, the student must make up the credit in summer school before taking the next course in the required sequence, e.g. English 1 before English 2.
If a make-up course is not available during a summer school session, students should see a guidance counselor for a recognized way of making up the failed course.
The students who fail to attend summer school when asked to do so could jeopardize their enrollment at SFHS and may be place on academic probation for the first semester of the following school year.
No student will graduate from St. Francis with more than three (3) required make-up credits earned during summer school.