Summer Programs

In-person and elementary virtual summer school offerings will be available
June 28-July 22, 2021. Virtual courses for all middle and high school students, through CCPSOnline, will be held June 28 - August 5, 2021.
Summer school is free (with three exceptions) and is open to all CCPS students for remediation or enrichment.

Summer Programs Overview

Team Chesterfield families,

In an effort to continue to meet our students’ academic and social emotional needs during an ongoing pandemic, summer school will be offered for free to any student attending Chesterfield County Public Schools during the 2021-22 school year, who wishes to repeat a course. Federal CARES funding will support costs associated with this year’s summer school program.

All students are strongly encouraged to register for in-person and virtual summer learning opportunities that will provide students with the chance for remediation, enrichment and grade improvement. Transportation will be available for all students, and will be provided from neighborhood bus stops instead of from home schools as is usually the case.

The summer school course lists are available here. (Please note that all course offerings are subject to enrollment. Therefore, some courses could be canceled.) Support will continue to be in place for special education students, English language learners, and Title I schools.

Literacy and math will be the focus at elementary schools. Middle and high school students who need to take a course, face to face, to earn credit for a failed course, to improve a grade, or to enrich their knowledge of the subject will register via the Summer School registration forms. Middle or high school students who wish to take one of these courses virtually should register through Summer School. All middle and high school students who wish to take a course for the first time, must register through CCPSOnline and pay an associated fee. These courses are self-directed and self-paced, with a licensed teacher assigned who is available to assist students at pre-scheduled times.

More information about the variety of programming follows:

TUITION

All face to face and virtual Summer School Courses, with the exception of PE 9, PE 10, and Driver’s Education, will be free of charge this year.  PE 9, PE 10, and Driver’s Education courses are open to CCPS students wishing to take the course for the first time and will have a tuition of $125 for Summer School.  In order for students to receive 1 full credit for the HPE 9 or HPE 10 course, he/she will also have to enroll with CCPSOnline  to take the health portion of the course.  All CCPSOnline courses for first time course takers who are residents of Chesterfield County, have an associated fee of $325.   Please note that students must register separately for both the PE and Health portions of the HPE 9 or HPE 10 courses.  Registration for the PE portion of the course is with Summer School, and registration for the health portion of the course is with CCPSOnline.  *See the Registration page. (link) Please see their webpage for more information.

TRANSPORTATION

Summer School will offer neighborhood stops (pick up and drop off) for Summer School this year.  In order to take advantage of this, the student must register for Summer School no later than June 1, 2021!  Students who register after June 1, 2021, must provide their own transportation to and from Summer School.

Registration

Registration for all summer programs will be online through mychesterfieldschools.com or CCPSOnline for secondary virtual courses or CCPSOnline for secondary virtual courses.  Payment, if needed, may be made via OSP or the student’s home school.  Registration dates for individual areas follow:

DATES

  • Camps  –  March 23- June 1, 2021
  • Kindergarten Readiness (Rising K) –  April 19- June 1, 2021
  • Elementary Summer School K-5 –  April 19- June 1, 2021
  • Middle School Summer School – May 1- June 1, 2021
  • High School Summer School (including SOL/SAT/SkillsUSA Academy) – May 1-June 1, 2021
  • ESL & SPED – Students will register with their grade level.
  • CCPSOnline Learning – March 1 – June 23, 2021 (PE closes May 19, 2021)
  • *Out of County Students: Out of County students must register with CCPSOnline.  Face to Face courses are not being offered to Out of County students this year.

LATE REGISTRATION is only for enrichment camps, Rising 6th graders, middle school students, and high school students.  Late registration includes some CCPSOnline Learning classes.  Payment by credit card, cash, or money order will be accepted if the program has a fee.

June 16 and 17, 2021
9 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. 
CTC Courthouse 
10101 Courthouse Road, Chesterfield, VA 
Enter door 2.

Registration FAQs

Who may attend? Any CCPS enrolled student may attend Summer School.

Why attend?

  1. To earn a passing grade for a course the student previously attempted
  2. To improve a student’s grade
  3. To enrich a student’s knowledge of the course
  4. To get ahead (Take the course for the first time) – This only applies to Summer School PE 9, PE 10, or Driver’s Education courses and to all first time taken CCPSOnline courses.

Where can I register? –  Students may register using any computer, lap top or Chromebook with Internet    access.  Registration links are on the  registration page of this  site.  If you need    assistance registering, you may contact your school or the Summer Program’s   office.

Do I pay for PE 9, PE 10, and Driver’s Education? – Yes, if you are taking the course for the first time with Summer School, whether it is face to face or virtual .  The fee is $125.  No,  if you are repeating the course for remediation, to improve a grade, or simply enriching your knowledge in the subject taken last year.  

What if I am a CCPS rising kindergarten student? – If your student is unable to attend the face to face Kindergarten Readiness course, we encourage you to sign up for Pre K  Virtual  Summer School.  However, in order to participate in Virtual Pre K, students must be 100% enrolled,  including having immunizations and physicals, in CCPS and registered for Pre K Virtual Summer School no later than June 1, 2021.  These requirements are non-negotiable.

What about COVID? – All CCPS COVID 19 protocols active on the last day of school will remain in place during the summer.  Parents/students  who are uncomfortable  with the face to face option, may enroll for CCPS’ Virtual Summer School.

Face-to-face summer school

Face-to-face summer school is open to all rising Chesterfield County Public Schools PreK-12 students for enrichment, remediation, and grade improvement. Summer school is free, with the exception of PE 9, PE 10 and Driver’s Education.

Dates

  • June 28-July 22 (Mondays-Thursdays) 
  • June 21-July 2 (Mondays-Thursdays) year-round schools’ rising K students only (8 a.m.-noon)
  • August 2-26 (Mondays-Thursdays) after school for two hours for year-round schools’ K-5 students only

Times

  • Elementary summer school sites will run on two tiers: 8 a.m.-noon and 9:15 a.m.-1:15 p.m.
  • Secondary summer school sites will run from 9:15 a.m.-1:15 p.m.  

Sites

  • These elementary schools will host summer school:
    • Beulah (with Bensley and Hopkins attending)
    • Clover Hill (with Woolridge attending)
    • Crenshaw (with Alberta Smith and Spring Run attending)
    • Crestwood (with Bon Air attending)
    • Gordon (with Evergreen attending)
    • Grange Hall (with  Winterpock attending)
    • Harrowgate (with Curtis and Wells attending)
    • Jacobs Road (with Chalkley and Hening attending)
    • Matoaca (with Marguerite Christian and Ettrick attending)
    • Old Hundred (with Swift Creek and Watkins attending)
    • Providence (with Davis and Reams attending)
    • Robious (with Greenfield and Bettie Weaver attending)
    • Salem Church (with Ecoff and Gates attending)
    • Elizabeth Scott (with Enon attending)
  • Bellwood Elementary will host the school readiness summer school program with Falling Creek attending from 9:15 a.m.-1 p.m. from June 21-July 2. Students at the two schools will attend summer school at their respective schools from Aug. 2-26.
  • Gates, Gordon and Spring Run elementary schools are special education summer school sites.
  • Please note that secondary students (middle and high) will share buildings so we can accommodate neighborhood bus stops. Middle and high school students are separated within the building.
  • These secondary schools will host summer school
    • Bird High (with Salem Middle and Matoaca High students attending)
    • Clover Hill High (with Bailey Bridge Middle, Swift Creek Middle, Cosby High and Manchester High attending)
    • Elizabeth Davis Middle (with Carver Middle, Matoaca Middle, and Thomas Dale High students attending)
    • Falling Creek Middle (with Providence Middle and Meadowbrook High attending)
    • Manchester Middle (with Monacan High attending)
    • Midlothian Middle (with Robious Middle, Tomahawk Creek Middle, James River High and Midlothian High attending)
    • Manchester Middle School is the special education summer school site for secondary students.

Logistics

  • Breakfast and lunch will be offered at all sites. Lunch will be free to all students.  
  • July 5 will be a holiday, and the teacher workday will be June 24 from 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.  
  • NOTE: Secondary students taking a course for the first time must register through CCPSOnline.  The only exceptions are for students who wish to take PE 9, PE 10, or Driver’s Education face to face with summer school. There is a fee associated with all new courses, whether through summer school or CCPSOnline.

Virtual summer school

  • Elementary students will participate in synchronous, online learning with a teacher using their Chromebook. An emphasis will be placed on literacy and math. In addition to instruction from the teacher, they will use Lexia Core 5, MyOn, and Dreambox as resources. This program will be offered through the Summer School Office.
  • Secondary students participating virtually in summer school must do so through CCPSOnline. These courses are self-directed and self-paced with a licensed teacher assigned who is available to assist students at prescheduled times. (NOTE: Secondary students taking a course for the first time must register through CCPSOnline.  The only exceptions are for students who wish to take PE 9, PE 10, or Driver’s Education face to face with summer school. There is a fee associated with all new courses, whether through summer school or CCPSOnline.)

Attendance

School attendance has been correlated to academic success in many studies.  Once such example is Derrick Meador’s Why School Attendance Matters article, where he states, “School attendance matters. It is arguably one of the most important indicators of school success. You cannot learn what you are not there to learn. Students who attend school regularly improve their chances of being academically successful.”   Therefore, CCPS encourages its students to attend every day, if possible.  Below is the CCPS Summer School attendance policies:

Elementary – There is no attendance requirement.  

Middle –  Middle school students may not be absent (excused or unexcused) more than one day per session.  Tardies and early dismissals are factored in as a half day’s absence.

  • Two tardies or two early dismissals will be counted as one absence regardless of the amount of time involved.

  • 1 absence + 1 tardy = withdrawal

  • 1 absence + 1 early dismissal = withdrawal

Students who are absent in excess of one day per session will be withdrawn.  There can be NO EXCEPTIONS.

High – High school students may not be absent (excused or unexcused) more than one day.  Tardies and early dismissals are factored in as a half day’s absence.

  • Two tardies or two early dismissals will be counted as one absence regardless of the amount of time involved.

  • 1 absence + 1 tardy = withdrawal

  • 1 absence + 1 early dismissal = withdrawal

Students who are absent in excess of one day will be withdrawn.  There can be  NO EXCEPTIONS.

SOL Academies – Students are required to attend all 5 days of the entire class session in order to test on the 6th day of the academy.  If a student needs additional support to test a second time, attendance is required on the 7th day of the session in order to test a second time on the 8th day.  

July 26 and 27 are for seniors who qualify and need a third chance to take a test.  Class will be held July 26, and the third test will be given July 27.  If seniors need only one class, they are encouraged to sign up for Session I.

SAT Academy – There is no attendance requirement.

SkillsUSA Customer Service (This is a virtual academy ONLY!) – There is no set attendance requirement.

CCTE Summer School – There is no attendance requirement.

Enrichment Camps – There is no attendance requirement.

CCPSOnline – Please refer to the CCPSOnline webpage at mychesterfieldschools.com/ccpsonline for information regarding its attendance policy.

Works Cited

Meador, Derrick. “Why School Attendance Matters and Strategies to Improve It.” ThoughtCo, Aug. 26, 2020, thoughtco.com/why-school-attendance-matters-3194437.

Career and Technical Center

  • Offers additional instructional hours necessary for Career and Technical Center students to meet regulatory training hour requirements and industry-readiness thresholds
  • Provides craft skill preparation for graduating seniors to ensure workplace readiness
  • Continue preparation for returning students to ensure next-level readiness in select career clusters: ○ Architecture and Construction, Arts A/V Technology and Communications, Health and Medical Sciences, Hospitality and Tourism, Human Services, Information Technology, Manufacturing, and Transportation Distribution and Logistics

Summer Programs Courses

SUMMER SCHOOL COURSES FACE TO FACE (IN-BUILDING)

Pre K - 5th:

Pre K (School Readiness)

This four-hour class helps students prepare for “the world of school.” Preschoolers enrolled to attend CCPS’ kindergarten class during the 2020-21 school year.  If your student is unable to attend the face to face School Readiness course, we encourage you to sign up for Pre K Virtual Summer School.  In order to participate in Virtual Pre K, students must be 100% enrolled, including immunizations and physicals, in CCPS and registered for Pre K Virtual Summer School no later than June 1, 2021.

Language Arts and Math 

  • Integrated instruction in reading, writing, and mathematics:
  • Kindergarten (EM009O) 
  • 1st Grade (EM019O)
  • 2nd Grade (EM029O)
  • 3rd Grade (EM039O)
  • 4th Grade (EM049O
  • 5th Grade (EM590)

21st Century Community Learning Centers Summer Programs - ES 

Selected Chesterfield schools operate 21st Century Community Learning Centers over the summer school period. These remedial academic programs are funded through federal grants with children's eligibility for participation determined by the criteria defined in the grants. Students will attend by invitation only. 

 

Early Childhood Special Education

This course is for students currently receiving services in a school-based ECSE program up to the age of 5. Rising KG students will still attend the ECSE course.  Four- and five-year-old students being served in a Head Start, VPI, or Title I PreK classroom or in a community setting will have the opportunity to attend a general education PreK course. This course will provide a developmental instructional approach focused on communication, socialization, adaptive daily living, and problem solving skills. 

 

Elementary SOL Enrichment (K-5)

This course is for students with disabilities in grades K-5 who are working on the Standards of Learning (SOL) curriculum currently receiving services in the special education setting for all academic subject areas per their IEP.  Throughout the course, enrichment in academic subjects will be provided, as appropriate.

 

Elementary ASOL Enrichment (K-5)

This course is designed for students with disabilities in grades K-5 who are working on the Aligned Standards of Learning (ASOL) curriculum per their IEP. Throughout the course, enrichment in academic subjects will be embedded in activities designed to increase social, and functional, and skills. 

 

Elementary IDP & ADP SOL Enrichment (K-5)

This course is for students with disabilities in grades K-5 who are currently in the Intensive Day Program (IDP)or the Autism
Day Program (ADP) working on the Standards of Learning (SOL) curriculum and are currently receiving services in the special education setting for all academic subject areas per their IEP.

 

Elementary ADP ASOL Enrichment (K-5)
This course is designed for students with disabilities in grades K-5 who are currently in the Autism Day Program (ADP) working on the Aligned Standards of Learning (ASOL) curriculum, communication, and functional skills per their IEP.

 

Elementary SD (K-5)

This course is designed for students with disabilities in grades K-5 who are currently in the Severe Disabilities (SD) Program working on the Aligned Standards of Learning (ASOL) curriculum per their IEP. Throughout the course, enrichment in academic subjects will be embedded in activities designed to increase social and functional skills. 

 

DHH SOL Enrichment 

This course is designed for students who are deaf or hard of hearing who are currently working on the Standards of Learning (SOL) curriculum.  Students can receive special education services per their IEP in any/all academic subject areas in the general education setting, special education setting, or both.

 

English Language Development and Mathematics (K-5)

This course is for elementary students currently enrolled in the CCPS ESL Program and who have completed at least kindergarten.

SUMMER SCHOOL COURSES VIRTUAL

Pre K - 5th:

Pre K (School Readiness)

This four-hour class helps students prepare for “the world of school.” Preschoolers enrolled to attend CCPS’ kindergarten class during the 2020-21 school year.  If your student is unable to attend the face to face School Readiness course, we encourage you to sign up for Pre K Virtual Summer School.  In order to participate in Virtual Pre K, students must be 100% enrolled, including immunizations and physicals, in CCPS and registered for Pre K Virtual Summer School no later than June 1, 2021.

 

Language Arts and Math 

  • Integrated instruction in reading, writing, and mathematics:
  • Kindergarten (EM009O) 
  • 1st Grade (EM019O)
  • 2nd Grade (EM029O)
  • 3rd Grade (EM039O)
  • 4th Grade (EM049O)
  • 5th Grade (EM0590)



21st Century Community Learning Centers Summer Programs - ES 

Selected Chesterfield schools operate 21st Century Community Learning Centers over the summer school period. These remedial academic programs are funded through federal grants with children's eligibility for participation determined by the criteria defined in the grants. Students will attend by invitation only. 

 

Early Childhood Special Education

This course is for students currently receiving services in a school-based ECSE program up to the age of 5. Rising KG students will still attend the ECSE course.  Four- and five-year-old students being served in a Head Start, VPI, or Title I PreK classroom or in a community setting will have the opportunity to attend a general education PreK course. This course will provide a developmental instructional approach focused on communication, socialization, adaptive daily living, and problem solving skills. 

 

Elementary SOL Enrichment (K-5)

This course is for students with disabilities in grades K-5 who are working on the Standards of Learning (SOL) curriculum currently receiving services in the special education setting for all academic subject areas per their IEP.  Throughout the course, enrichment in academic subjects will be provided, as appropriate.

 

Elementary ASOL Enrichment (K-5)

This course is designed for students with disabilities in grades K-5 who are working on the Aligned Standards of Learning (ASOL) curriculum per their IEP. Throughout the course, enrichment in academic subjects will be embedded in activities designed to increase social, and functional, and skills. 

 

Elementary IDP & ADP SOL Enrichment (K-5)

This course is for students with disabilities in grades K-5 who are currently in the Intensive Day Program (IDP)or the Autism
Day Program (ADP) working on the Standards of Learning (SOL) curriculum and are currently receiving services in the special education setting for all academic subject areas per their IEP.

 

Elementary ADP ASOL Enrichment (K-5)

This course is designed for students with disabilities in grades K-5 who are currently in the Autism Day Program (ADP) working on the Aligned Standards of Learning (ASOL) curriculum, communication, and functional skills per their IEP.

 

Elementary SD (K-5)

This course is designed for students with disabilities in grades K-5 who are currently in the Severe Disabilities (SD) Program working on the Aligned Standards of Learning (ASOL) curriculum per their IEP. Throughout the course, enrichment in academic subjects will be embedded in activities designed to increase social and functional skills. 

 

DHH SOL Enrichment 

This course is designed for students who are deaf or hard of hearing who are currently working on the Standards of Learning (SOL) curriculum.  Students can receive special education services per their IEP in any/all academic subject areas in the general education setting, special education setting, or both.

 

English Language Development and Mathematics (K-5)

This course is for elementary students currently enrolled in the CCPS ESL Program and who have completed at least kindergarten.

SUMMER SCHOOL COURSES FACE TO FACE (IN-BUILDING)

Secondary ASOL Enrichment (6-12)
This course is designed for students with disabilities in grades 6-12 who are working on the Aligned Standards of Learning (ASOL) curriculum per their IEP. Throughout the course, enrichment in academic subjects will be embedded in activities designed to increase social, functional, and independent living skills.

Secondary IDP SOL (6-12)
This course is for students with disabilities in grades 6-12 who are currently in the Intensive Day Program (IDP) working on the Standards of Learning (SOL) curriculum currently receiving services in the special education setting for all academic subject areas per their IEP.

Secondary ADP SOL (6-8)
This course is for students with disabilities in grades 6-8 who are currently in the Autism Day Program (ADP) working on the Standards of Learning (SOL) curriculum currently receiving services in the special education setting for all academic subject areas per their IEP.

Secondary ADP ASOL (6-8)
This course is for students with disabilities in grades 6-8 who are currently in the Autism Day Program (ADP) working on the Aligned Standards of Learning (ASOL) curriculum, communication, and functional skills per their IEP.

Secondary SD (6-12)
This course is designed for students with disabilities in grades 6-12 who are currently in the Severe Disabilities (SD) Program working on the Aligned Standards of Learning (ASOL) curriculum per their IEP. Throughout the course, enrichment in academic subjects will be embedded in activities designed to increase social, functional, and independent living skills.

English Language Development (6-8)
This ESL course is for students currently enrolled in CCPS and who are attending or who will be attending the ESL Program in a CCPS secondary school. This course will address thematic academic content area units with a focus on English language development across the four domains of reading, writing, speaking, and listening
.
ESOL Developmental Math (6-8)
ESL Developmental Math is an enrichment course for recently arrived English Learners. The course will address language development and academic achievement in math. The curriculum is designed to emphasize all 4 domains of language development through the introduction of grade-level math content, vocabulary, concepts, and academic language necessary for success in the math classroom.

Language Arts
Students must have been enrolled in CCPS grades 6-8 during the 2020-21 school year. Out-of-County residents cannot attend CCPS middle school academic programs.

  • EN106O Language Arts 6
  • EN107O Language Arts 7
  • EN108O Language Arts 8

Math
Students must have been enrolled in CCPS grades 6-8 during the 2020-21 school year. Out-of-County residents cannot attend CCPS middle school programs.

  • MA377O MSM 1
  • MA378O MSM 2
  • MA306H Honors Math 6/7H
  • MA307H Honors Math 7/8H
  • MA072O Intro to Algebra (for rising 8th graders, by teacher recommendation only)
  • MA300O Algebra Reinforcement (for rising 9th graders, who will take Algebra 1 in the fall)
  • Honors Math (6/7)
  • Honors Math (7/8)

*Students needing to take Algebra or Geometry must register for those courses via the high school registration form. Students will attend the high school classes.

Science
Students must have been enrolled in CCPS grades 6-8 during the 2020-21 school year. Out-of-County residents cannot attend CCPS middle school programs.

  • SC406O - Science 6
  • SC407O - Life Science (Science 7)
  • SC408O-Physical Science (Science 8)
  • SC067H - ScienceSystems 1
  • SC078H - Science Systems 2

Social Studies
Students must have been enrolled in CCPS grades 6-8 during the 2020-21 school year. Out-of-County residents cannot attend CCPS middle school programs.

  • SS206O -US History 1, Grade 6
  • SS207O -US History II, Grade 7
  • SS208O -Civics and Economics, Grade 8

*Middle school students who have taken a high school credit course, like Algebra I and Geometry, Earth Science, or World Languages, may take those courses through the high school. Please see the High School Offerings page for more information.

SUMMER SCHOOL COURSES VIRTUAL

Secondary ASOL Enrichment (6-12)
This course is designed for students with disabilities in grades 6-12 who are working on the Aligned Standards of Learning (ASOL) curriculum per their IEP. Throughout the course, enrichment in academic subjects will be embedded in activities designed to increase social, functional, and independent living skills.

Secondary IDP SOL (6-12)
This course is for students with disabilities in grades 6-12 who are currently in the Intensive Day Program (IDP) working on the Standards of Learning (SOL) curriculum currently receiving services in the special education setting for all academic subject areas per their IEP.

Secondary ADP SOL (6-8)
This course is for students with disabilities in grades 6-8 who are currently in the Autism Day Program (ADP) working on the Standards of Learning (SOL) curriculum currently receiving services in the special education setting for all academic subject areas per their IEP.

Secondary ADP ASOL (6-8)
This course is for students with disabilities in grades 6-8 who are currently in the Autism Day Program (ADP) working on the Aligned Standards of Learning (ASOL) curriculum, communication, and functional skills per their IEP.

Secondary SD (6-12)
This course is designed for students with disabilities in grades 6-12 who are currently in the Severe Disabilities (SD) Program working on the Aligned Standards of Learning (ASOL) curriculum per their IEP. Throughout the course, enrichment in academic subjects will be embedded in activities designed to increase social, functional, and independent living skills.

Language Arts
Students must have been enrolled in CCPS grades 6-8 during the 2020-21 school year. Out-of-County residents cannot attend CCPS middle school academic programs.

  • EN106O Language Arts 6
  • EN107O Language Arts 7
  • EN108O Language Arts 8

Math
Students must have been enrolled in CCPS grades 6-8 during the 2020-21 school year. Out-of-County residents cannot attend CCPS middle school programs.

  • MA377O MSM 1
  • MA378O MSM 2
  • MA306H Honors Math 6/7H
  • MA307H Honors Math 7/8H

Science
Students must have been enrolled in CCPS grades 6-8 during the 2020-21 school year. Out-of-County residents cannot attend CCPS middle school programs.

  • SC406O - Science 6
  • SC407O - Life Science (formerly Science 7)
  • SC408O-Physical Science (formerly Science 8)
  • SC067H - ScienceSystems 1
  • SC078H - Science Systems 2

Social Studies
Students must have been enrolled in CCPS grades 6-8 during the 2020-21 school year. Out-of-County residents cannot attend CCPS middle school programs.

  • SS206O -US History 1, Grade 6
  • SS207O -US History II, Grade 7
  • SS208O -Civics and Economics, Grade 8

*Middle school students who have taken a high school credit course, like Algebra I and Geometry, Earth Science, or World Languages, may take those courses through the high school. Please see the High School Offerings page for more information.

SUMMER SCHOOL COURSES Face to Face (In-Building)

English Courses:

  • EN109O English 9
  • EN110O English 10
  • EN111O English 11
  • EN112O English 12

Math Courses:
Grades: 9-12 and MS students who have taken a high school credit math class.

  • MA320O Algebra 1
  • MA3240 Algebra 1, Part 1
  • MA3250 Algebra 1, Part 2
  • MA 330O Geometry
  • MA3320 Geometry, Part 1
  • MA3330 Geometry, Part 2
  • MA 334O Algebra 2
  • MA334O AFDA

Science Courses:
Grades: 9-12 and MS students who have taken a high school credit science class.

  • +SC602O SS Biological Sci
  • ++SC601O SS Geological Sci
  • SC420O Earth/Space Sci
  • SC430O Biology 1
  • SC4400 Chemistry
  • SC4500 Physics

Social Studies Courses:
Grades: 9-12 and MS students who have taken a high school credit SS class.

  • SS209O World Hist/Geog 1
  • SS210O World Hist/Geog 2
  • SS211O VA & US History
  • SS212O VA & US Gov

Economics Courses:
Grades: 9-12

  • FC6120 Econ & PF
  • **DE613H Econ & PF (Longwood University)

World Language Courses:
Grades: 9-12 and MS students who have taken a high school credit world language class.

  • WL511O French 1
  • WL541O Spanish 1
  • SI045H Spanish Immersion Field Experience (By Invitation Only and not available as a virtual option)

PE Courses:
Grades: 9-12 and MS students who have taken a high school credit health & PE class.

  • *HP718O PE 9
  • *HP719O PE 10
  • *HP713O Driver Education: Driver's Ed is Classroom Instruction Only

Secondary ASOL Enrichment (6-12)
This course is designed for students with disabilities in grades 6-12 who are working on the Aligned Standards of Learning (ASOL) curriculum per their IEP. Throughout the course, enrichment in academic subjects will be embedded in activities designed to increase social, functional, and independent living skills.

Secondary IDP SOL (6-12)
This course is for students with disabilities in grades 6-12 who are currently in the Intensive Day Program (IDP) working on the Standards of Learning (SOL) curriculum currently receiving services in the special education setting for all academic subject areas per their IEP.

Secondary SD (6-12)
This course is designed for students with disabilities in grades 6-12 who are currently in the Severe Disabilities (SD) Program working on the Aligned Standards of Learning (ASOL) curriculum per their IEP. Throughout the course, enrichment in academic subjects will be embedded in activities designed to increase social, functional, and independent living skills.

English Language Development (9-12)
This course is for students currently enrolled in CCPS and who are attending or who will be attending the ESL Program in a CCPS secondary school. This course will address thematic academic content area units with a focus on English language development across the four domains of reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Referral by teacher is required.

ESOL Developmental Math
This course is an enrichment course for recently arrived English Learners. The course will address language development and academic achievement in math. The curriculum is designed to emphasize all 4 domains of language development through the introduction of grade-level math content, vocabulary, concepts, and academic language necessary for success in the math classroom. Referral by teacher required.

SUMMER SCHOOL COURSES VIRTUAL

English Courses:

  • EN109O English 9
  • EN110O English 10
  • EN111O English 11
  • EN112O English 12

Math Courses:
Grades: 9-12 and MS students who have taken a high school credit math class.

  • MA320O Algebra 1
  • MA 330O Geometry
  • MA 334O Algebra 2
  • MA334O AFDA

Science Courses:
Grades: 9-12 and MS students who have taken a high school credit science class.

  • +SC602O SS Biological Sci
  • ++SC601O SS Geological Sci
  • SC420O Earth/Space Sci
  • SC430O Biology 1
  • SC4400  Chemistry
  • SC4500  Physics

Social Studies Courses:
Grades: 9-12 and MS students who have taken a high school credit SS class.

  • SS209O World Hist/Geog 1
  • SS210O World Hist/Geog 2
  • SS211O VA & US History
  • SS212O VA & US Gov

Economics Courses:
Grades: 9-12

  • FC6120 Econ & PF
  • **DE613H Econ & PF (Longwood University)

PE Courses:
Grades: 9-12 and MS students who have taken a high school credit health & PE class.

  • *HP718O PE 9
  • *HP719O PE 10
  • *HP713O Driver Education: Driver's Ed is Classroom Instruction Only

Secondary ASOL Enrichment (6-12)
This course is designed for students with disabilities in grades 6-12 who are working on the Aligned Standards of Learning (ASOL) curriculum per their IEP. Throughout the course, enrichment in academic subjects will be embedded in activities designed to increase social, functional, and independent living skills.

Secondary IDP SOL (6-12)
This course is for students with disabilities in grades 6-12 who are currently in the Intensive Day Program (IDP) working on the Standards of Learning (SOL) curriculum currently receiving services in the special education setting for all academic subject areas per their IEP.

Secondary SD (6-12)
This course is designed for students with disabilities in grades 6-12 who are currently in the Severe Disabilities (SD) Program working on the Aligned Standards of Learning (ASOL) curriculum per their IEP. Throughout the course, enrichment in academic subjects will be embedded in activities designed to increase social, functional, and independent living skills.

English Language Development (9-12)
This course is for students currently enrolled in CCPS and who are attending or who will be attending the ESL Program in a CCPS secondary school. This course will address thematic academic content area units with a focus on English language development across the four domains of reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Referral by teacher is required.

Summer School CCTC Courses (Face to Face)

CCTC @ Hull

  • Criminal Justice
  • Mechatronics
  • Barbering
  • Culinary Arts

CCTC @ Courthouse

  • Carpentry
  • Commercial Photography
  • Culinary Arts
  • Electricity
  • Medical Assisting
  • Automotive Tech
  • Information Technology - A+/Cisco

SOL/SAT/Skills USA Academies

  • All Academy courses are tuition-free
  • First two-week session runs from 9:45 – 12:45, Monday – Thursday, June 28-July 8 at Monacan High
  • Second two-week session runs from 9:45 – 12:45, Monday – Thursday, from July 12-22 at Thomas Dale High
  • SOL Academy
    • All end-of-course classes offered via SOL Academy (for students who have passed the course but have not received verified credit for the course due to SOL test score)
    • Testing provided onsite
  • SAT Test Prep (associated book cost)
  • SkillsUSA test prep with testing (industry certification)

Eligible Students

SOL Academy:
All CCPS students who have taken and passed a high school SOL course and taken and failed the corresponding SOL test, may attend this academy for free. Students who have questions regarding their eligibility should check with their school counselor.

SAT Academy:
All CCPS rising juniors and seniors may attend this test prep course free of charge.

SkillsUSA Customer Service:
All rising seniors who need a career and technical education (CTE) credential to graduate may attend this test prep course free of charge. Students who pass the SkillsUSA Customer Service Assessment will earn a CTE credential which may be used as their additional graduation requirement option. Other options for meeting this graduation requirement include: 1) Complete an Advanced Placement (AP), honors, International Baccalaureate (IB), or dual enrollment course; OR 2) Complete a high quality work-based learning (WBL) experience. Students who have completed an AP, honors, IB, or dual enrollment course OR who have completed a high quality WBL experience do not need a CTE credential to graduate, and therefore do not need to attend the Academy. For more information, please contact your school counselor.

Courses for Test Prep Offered - SOL Academy

English:

  • Reading
  • Writing

Math:

  • Algebra I
  • Algebra II
  • Geometry

Science:

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Earth Science

Social Studies:

  • US/VA History
  • World History I
  • World History II

Courses for Test Prep Offered - SAT Academy

SAT Math
Test prep in math skills needed to be successful on Collegeboard's SAT test.

SAT Reading, Writing, and the Essay
Test prep in math skills needed to be successful on Collegeboard's SAT test.
*Students must purchase the acompanying SAT text. This can be done via the SAT Academy registration form.

Courses for Test Prep Offered - SkillsUSA Customer Service Academy
The SkillsUSA Customer Service Academy (this year only) is open to all rising seniors who need a career and technical education (CTE) credential to graduate may attend this test prep course free of charge. Students who pass the SkillsUSA Customer Service Assessment will earn a CTE credential which may be used as their additional graduation requirement option. This is a virtual option course ONLY!

Testing Information

SOL Academy
All students must have perfect attendance for the 2 week session. Students will remediate days 1 - 5, and take the SOL test on day 6. If the student passes, he/she does not need to return. If the student does not pass, he/she will come back and remediate day 7 and test again on day 8. Seniors and Term Grads are the only students who are allowed a 3rd attempt at testing, if needed. That will take place July 26/27. *July 5th will be a holiday!

SAT Academy
All SAT testing is done through Collegeboard.org. The SAT Academy preps students for this test, but it does not administer it. Please note: you must register to test and pay at collegeboard.org.
SkillsUSA Customer Service Academy
Students will test when the teacher determines they are ready. All testing will be done virtually, as the course is also virtual.

Camps

Various enrichment camps will be offered at all levels this summer, including an Extended Day Camp at all elementary Title I summer sites.  Specific camp information can be found in our forthcoming Summer School brochure.  The brochure will be online only this year (no printed copies will be made.) 

NOTES: All enrichment camps have a tuition cost. Transportation will be the responsibility of the parent.

  • Elementary
  • Middle School
  • High School

Elementary Camps 2021

Camp Epic

  • What is it? Chesterfield County Public Schools will be offering CAMP EPIC for rising 5th – 8th graders. The camp will provide exciting, hands-on career experiences to middle school students. The camp experience will promote students’ awareness of careers. Each course will provide hands-on exposure to activities related to the specific career.  Students will learn about options within the Career Pathway, as well as, the training and education required for specific careers.  
  • Who may attend?  Rising 5th – Rising 8th graders
  • What does it cost? $100
  • What are the dates and times? June 21 – 24, 2021, Monday – Thursday from 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
  • What is the location?  CCTC Hull Street and Courthouse Campuses (See course offerings by location below:)

CCTC Hull Street Road Campus

  1. Battle Bots: Engineer manipulators for robots and compete against each other.
  2. Cake Wars: Learn and apply baking skills to create amazing baked goods.
  3. CSI Chesterfield: Learn to investigate and solve mysteries/crimes.
  4. Game Ready: Learn athletic training strategies to protect from injuries during sports.
  5. Project Runway: Learn about fashion trends, hair styling, make-up, and outfit coordination.
  6. Top Chef: Learn and apply cooking skills to create healthy meals.
  7. Vet Sci Pet Care 101:Learn basic animal care for traditional household pets, including grooming Learn how to create videos and social digital marketing. and nutrition. (Allergy Alert: Live animals will be present in lab.)

 CCTC Courthouse Road Campus

  1. Cake Wars: Learn and apply baking skills to create amazing baked goods.
  2. Coding 411: Learn programming and logic as they pertain to everyday life.
  3. Cyber Hacker: Learn how to protect yourself from cyber crimes.
  4. First Aid – BEE PREPARED!: Learn basic first aid and how to identify/respond to emergencies.
  5. Motor Sports: Learn car care and sports tuning.
  6. Top Chef:  Learn and apply cooking skills to create healthy meals.
  7. You Tube 101: Learn how to create videos and social digital marketing.

Cultural Arts Camp

  • What is it? An all day camp featuring daily rotations in the Visual Arts, Music, Physical Education, STEAM, and World Language! Students will be engaged in a fun, meaningful, and memorable summer experience while enjoying their all of their favorite subjects!  Activities will include drawing, painting, sculpture, crafts, maker-space, coding, singing, dancing, playing instruments, sports, world language and more! 
  • Who may attend? Any CCPS student currently in grades K-5.
  • What does it cost?  $150 – You may pay using the link on the registration form.  If you need to pay by cash, check or money order, you may do so at your student’s home school or at late registration.  Please note that seats are not guaranteed at late registration.
  • What are the dates and times?  June 28 – July 8, 2021,  Monday – Thursday from 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. 
  • What is the location?  Old Hundred Elementary
  • How do I register?   You may register online on the Summer School page at www.mychesterfieldschools.com.

Extended Day Camp: Arts Extension Program

  • What is it?  An enrichment camp featuring the Visual Arts, Music, Physical Education, STEAM, and World Language taking place right after summer school at many of our school sites! End your summer school day with three hours of extra fun in many of your favorite subjects! Activities will include drawing, painting, sculpture, crafts, maker-space, coding, singing, dancing, playing instruments, sports, world language and more! 
  • Who may attend?  Any K-5 student attending one of the physical locations listed here may attend.
  • What does it cost? It’s free!
  • What are the dates and times?   June 28 – July 22, 2021,  Monday – Thursday
    • Tier 1 Schools (8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. schedule) 12:05 p.m. – 3:05 p.m.   
    • Tier 2 Schools (9:15 a.m. – 1:15 p.m. schedule)1:20 p.m.- 4:20 p.m. 
  • What are the locations?
    • Beulah (Open to Bensley and Hopkins, too)Bellwood (Open to Falling  Creek Elementary, too)
    • Salem (Open to Ecoff and Gates, too) Matoaca Elementary (Open to M. Christian and Ettrick, too) 
    • Jacobs (Open to Hening and Chalkley, too) Providence (Open to A.M. Davis and Reams, too)
    • Scott (Open to Enon, too) Crenshaw (Open to A. Smith and Spring Run, too)
    • Harrowgate (Open to Curtis and Wells, too) Crestwood (Open to Bon Air, too) *Crestwood meets from 12:05 pm-3:05 pm
  • How do I register?  You may register online on the Summer School page at www.mychesterfieldschools.com.

Mathletes!

  • What is it?  Calling all Mathlete’s!  Do you love everything Math? Are you an All-Star when it comes to adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing? Do you belong in the Math Hall of Fame? Are you a MVP in Math? Do you love to compete and earn prizes? If you answered yes to any of these then please join me this Summer for Mathlete’s Camp! We will play games and compete in daily challenges! If you’re looking for a fun and engaging way to boost your Math skills, then I will see you this Summer!
  • Who may attend?  Rising 4th – Rising 6th
  • What does it cost? $115 – You may pay using the link on the registration form.  If you need to pay by cash, check or money order, you may do so at your student’s home school or at late registration.  Please note that seats are not guaranteed at late registration.
  • What are the dates and times? June 28 – July 22, 2021, Monday – Thursday from 9:15 a.m.  – 1:15 p.m.
  • What is the location?  Old Hundred Elementary
  • How do I register? You may register online on the Summer School page at www.mychesterfieldschools.com.

Team MAGIK

  • What is it? Campers will learn basketball skills and play games while engaging in fitness fun and mentoring activities. 
  • Who may attend? Rising 4th – 8th graders
  • What does it cost?  $75 – You may pay using the link on the registration form.  If you need to pay by cash, check or money order, you may do so at your student’s home school or at late registration.  Please note that seats are not guaranteed at late registration. 
  • What are the dates and times? June 28 – July 22, 2021 – 4, one week sessions from 8:00 – a.m. – 12:00p.m.
    •      Session I – June 28 – July 1, 2021 
    •      Session II – July 6 – 8, 2021 
    •       Session III – July 12 – 15, 2021
    •       Session IV – July 19 – 22, 2021 
  • What is the location? Salem Middle School

How do I register? You may register online on the Summer School page at www.mychesterfieldschools.com.

Middle School Camps 2021

Awesome Arts Camp

  • What is it?  We have an AWESOME ARTS CAMP happening at Midlothian High School this summer!  In just 3 weeks   we’re putting together a production of High School Musical Jr! Students can sign up for the Technical   Theatre track to learn about behind the scenes work OR the Performing Arts track to receive training in   acting, singing, and dancing and perform as one of the characters in the show.  The camp is open to   Rising 8th-Rising 11th grade CCPS students and the cost will be $360 (this includes a show shirt and any   props/accessories needed for performance.  Campers will need to bring lunch each day and provide   sneakers or jazz shoes and black pants.) The camp will take place June 28-July 16  from 9am-2pm   Monday-Thursday. Contact Taylor_Bernard@ccpsnet.net for more information.  BE SURE TO FILL OUT     THE INTEREST FORM at bit.ly/CCPSArtsCamp2021
  • Who may attend? Rising 8th – Rising 11th
  • What does it cost? $360 
  • What are the dates and times? June 28 – July 22, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., Monday – Thursday
  • What is the location?  Midlothian High School
  • How do I register? You may register online on the Summer School page at www.mychesterfieldschools.com.

Camp Epic

  • What is it? Chesterfield County Public Schools will be offering CAMP EPIC for rising 5th – 8th graders. The camp will provide exciting, hands-on career experiences to middle school students. The camp experience will promote students’ awareness of careers. Each course will provide hands-on exposure to activities related to the specific career.  Students will learn about options within the Career Pathway, as well as, the training and education required for specific careers.  
  • Who may attend?  Rising 5th – Rising 8th graders
  • What does it cost? $100
  • What are the dates and times? June 21 – 24, 2021, Monday – Thursday from 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
  • What is the location?  CCTC Hull Street and Courthouse Campuses (See course offerings by location below:)

CCTC Hull Street Road Campus

  1. Battle Bots: Engineer manipulators for robots and compete against each other.
  2. Cake Wars: Learn and apply baking skills to create amazing baked goods.
  3. CSI Chesterfield: Learn to investigate and solve mysteries/crimes.
  4. Game Ready: Learn athletic training strategies to protect from injuries during sports.
  5. Project Runway: Learn about fashion trends, hair styling, make-up, and outfit coordination.
  6. Top Chef: Learn and apply cooking skills to create healthy meals.
  7. Vet Sci Pet Care 101:Learn basic animal care for traditional household pets, including grooming Learn how to create videos and social digital marketing. and nutrition. (Allergy Alert: Live animals will be present in lab.)

 CCTC Courthouse Road Campus

  1. Cake Wars: Learn and apply baking skills to create amazing baked goods.
  2. Coding 411: Learn programming and logic as they pertain to everyday life.
  3. Cyber Hacker: Learn how to protect yourself from cyber crimes.
  4. First Aid – BEE PREPARED!: Learn basic first aid and how to identify/respond to emergencies.
  5. Motor Sports: Learn car care and sports tuning.
  6. Top Chef:  Learn and apply cooking skills to create healthy meals.
  7. You Tube 101: Learn how to create videos and social digital marketing.

Let’s Do Steam!

  • What is it?Full STEM ahead in this exciting half day camp.  Using Science, Technology, Engineering, Creativity,and Math, campers will participate in exciting team challenges that require innovation, experimenting, and risk-taking – all required skills learners need for the future.  Daily activities include, guest speakers, team STEM challenges as well as indoor and outdoor games. 
  • Who may attend? Rising 7th – 8th graders
  • What does it cost?  $ 120 – You may pay using the link on the registration form.  If you need to pay by cash, check or money order, you may do so at your student’s home school or at late registration.  Please note that seats are not guaranteed at late registration. 
  • What are the dates and times? June 28 – July 22, 2021, Monday – Thursday from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
  • What is the location? Matoaca Middle School
  • How do I register? You may register online on the Summer School page at www.mychesterfieldschools.com.

Meadowbrook High School Math Summer Bridge Program

  • What is it? The purpose of our camp is to ensure that our new Monarchs are math- ready! Come participate in some fun activities while ensuring that you will start your freshman year off as a Monarch Scholar! Students that successful complete the program will begin their Algebra I class in the fall with an academic incentive! 
  • Who may attend? Rising 9th graders who will be attending Meadowbrook High School in the fall (By invitation only.)
  • What does it cost? Free
  • What are the dates and times? July 12 – 23, 2021, Monday – Thursday from 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
  • What is the location? Meadowbrook High School
  • How do I register? You may register online on the Summer School page at www.mychesterfieldschools.com.

Team MAGIK

  • What is it? Campers will learn basketball skills and play games while engaging in fitness fun and mentoring activities. 
  • Who may attend? Rising 4th – 8th graders
  • What does it cost?  $75 – You may pay using the link on the registration form.  If you need to pay by cash, check or money order, you may do so at your student’s home school or at late registration.  Please note that seats are not guaranteed at late registration. 
  • What are the dates and times? June 28 – July 22, 2021, Monday – Thursday from 
  • What is the location? Salem Middle School Gym
  • How do I register? You may register online on the Summer School page at www.mychesterfieldschools.com.

Middle School Camps 2021

Awesome Arts Camp

  • What is it?  We have an AWESOME ARTS CAMP happening at Midlothian High School this summer!  In just 3 weeks   we’re putting together a production of High School Musical Jr! Students can sign up for the Technical   Theatre track to learn about behind the scenes work OR the Performing Arts track to receive training in   acting, singing, and dancing and perform as one of the characters in the show.  The camp is open to   Rising 8th-Rising 11th grade CCPS students and the cost will be $360 (this includes a show shirt and any   props/accessories needed for performance.  Campers will need to bring lunch each day and provide   sneakers or jazz shoes and black pants.) The camp will take place June 28-July 16  from 9am-2pm   Monday-Thursday. Contact Taylor_Bernard@ccpsnet.net for more information.  BE SURE TO FILL OUT   THE INTEREST FORM at bit.ly/CCPSArtsCamp2021
  • Who may attend? Rising 8th – Rising 11th
  • What does it cost? $360 
  • What are the dates and times? June 28 – July 22, 2021, from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., Monday – Thursday
  • What is the location?  Midlothian High School
  • How do I register? You may register online on the Summer School page at www.mychesterfieldschools.com.

MBK Math Summer Bridge Program

  • What is it?  The purpose of our camp is to ensure that our new Monarchs are math-ready! Come participate in some fun activities while ensuring that you will start your freshman year off as a Monarch Scholar! Students that successfullly complete the program will begin their Algebra I class in the fall with an academic incentive! 
  • Who may attend? Rising 9th graders attending Meadowbrook High School in the Fall – Invitation Only!
  • What does it cost? Free
  • What are the dates and times? July 12 – 23, 2021 from 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
  • What is the location? Meadowbrook High School
  • How do I register? You may register online on the Summer School page at www.mychesterfieldschools.com.

Camps Registration

Camp EPIC – all of these camps are listed on OSP under “Summer Programs, Summer School, Camps – Elementary School, then “ES- CAMP EPIC” – the different courses in this registration form are not listed individually in OSP so choose “ES – Camp Epic” and add the $185. to your cart

*OSP link if needed (also at end of every registration)

Camp EPIC – all of these camps are listed on OSP under “Summer Programs, Summer School, Camps – Elementary School, then “ES- CAMP EPIC” – the different courses in this registration form are not listed individually in OSP so choose “ES – Camp Epic” and add the $185. to your cart

*OSP link if needed (also at end of every registration)

*OSP link if needed (also at end of every registration)

Summer Programs Grading

Summer School 

Students attending for remediation, enrichment, or to improve an existing course grade, will receive a Summer School course grade or Progress Report  at the end of the Summer Session. 

SOL/SAT/SkillsUSA Customer Service Academy 

Students will not receive a grade.  However, if a student tests in the academy, he/she will receive the corresponding score or CTE credential.   

CCTC Summer School

Students will not receive a grade.

CCPSOnline 

Students retaking a class for a higher grade or accelerating by taking a new course will receive a grade. Students should check their individual Canvas courses for more information.         

Enrichment Camps     

Students will not receive a grade for enrichment camps.

School Based Programs/Camps     

Students should check with the school hosting the program/camp to find out additional information regarding grading.

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School-Based Summer Programs 2021

General Information:

For further information regarding any school based program listed below, please use the contact information provided with the program description, or call the school.  You must register for all school based programs through the school.  Summer Programs does not manage these events and is unable to answer questions concerning them.

Elementary Schools

Alberta Smith

  • Camp Invention – July 12-15, 2021 from 7:45 a.m. – 3:45 p.m. for rising kindergarten through rising 6th grade students.  Please contact Elizabeth_Hugenberg@ccpsnet.net for more information.

Crestwood Elementary

  • Camp Invention – June 21 – 24, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. – 2:300 p.m. for rising kindergarten through rising 6th grade students.  Please contact Mallory_Smith@ccpsnet.net for more information.

Gordon Elementary

  • Camp Invention -July 19-23, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. p.m. for rising kindergarten through rising 6th grade students.  Please contact Amy_Blaylock@ccpsnet.net for more information.

Middle Schools

Elizabeth Davis 

  • EDMS Summer Music Camp – July 26 – 29, 2021 from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. for any Elizabeth Davis Middle School band or orchestra member.  Please contact Jon_Schoeplin@ccpsnet.net or the school for more information.

Falling Creek 

  • AVID Excel Summer Bridge Camp – June 28 – July 9, 2021 from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. for any AVID Excel students from Falling Creek Middle.  Please contact Teresa_Hathaway@ccpsnet.net for more information.

Robious

  • Basketball Camp 
    • June 22 -23, 2021 from 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m for Kindergarten – 2nd grade.  
    • June 28 – July 2, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. for grades 3 – 8.
    • July 12 – 16, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. for grades 3 – 8.
    • July 19 – 23, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. for grades 3 – 8

*Please contact Jeff_Berry@ccpsnet.net  or the school for more information regarding this camp.

Swift Creek 

  • Band Camp at the Creek – July 12 – 15, 2021 from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. for any middle school band members in 6th – 8th grade with at least one year’s experience.  Please contact James_Neiner@ccpsnet.net or the school for more information.

High Schools

Clover Hill

  • Dominion Show Choir – June 21 – 25, 2021 from 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. for any students grades 4-12.  Please contact Rachel_Snyder@ccpsnet.net or the school for more information.
  • Show Choir Kick Off Week – August 8 – 13, 2021 from 1:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. for Clover Hill High School show choir students in grades 9 – 12.  Please contact Rachel_Snyder@ccpsnet.net or the school for more information.
  • Marching Cavaliers Band Camp for CHHS student enrolled in the Marching Cavaliers only.
    • July 12 – 16, 2021 – Drum Major Camp
    • July 19 – 23, 2021 – Leadership/Percussion/Guard Camp
    • July 26 – 30 , 2021 – Music Camp
  • August 2 – 6, 2021 and September 13, 2021 – Drill Camp
  • Clover Hill Wrestling Camp – July 14-16, 2021 from 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. for any 3rd – 12th grade students.  Please contact Jeremy_Fox@ccpsnet.net or the school for more information.

James River

  • James River Football Camp – June 21 – 24, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. for any 1st – 9th grade students.  Please contact coach Kyle Freedman (free55@me.com) for more information.
  • JRHS Volleyball Boys and Girls – July 26-30, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. for any rising kindergarten – 9th grade students.  Please contact Andrew_Blazar@ccpsnet.net or the school for more information.
  • JRHS Volleyball Boys and Girls – July 26 – 30, 2021 from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. for any 5th – 9th grade students.  Please contact Michael_Blankenbecler@ccpsnet.net or the school for more information.
  • Leadership Orientation – June 2-23, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. for any incoming James River freshman of the Leadership and International Relations Program.  Please contact Ashley_Hewlett@ccpsnet.net or the school for more information.
  • SURF Mentor Week – August 2 – 6, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. to  – 4:00 p.m.  for any James River juniors or seniors picked to be mentors.  Please contact Kimberly_colaiacovo@ccpsnet.net or the school for more information.
  • Show Choir – August 9 – 13, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. for those James River students currently in the JRHS Show Choir.  Please contact Marissa_Parsons@ccpsnet.net or the school for more information.
  • JRHS Basketball Boys and Girls – July 19-22, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. for any rising kindergarten – 9th grade students.  Please contact Andrew_Blazar@ccpsnet.net or henry.schechter@gmail.com for more information.

LC Bird

  • Girls Basketball Camp – June 21-25, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. 2 days grades 3-6 and 3 days grades 7-10. Please contact Chevette_Waller@ccpsnet.net or the school for more information.
  • Boys Basketball Camp – June 28- July 2, 2021, from 9:00 a.m  -3:00 p.m. 2 days grades 3-6 and 3 days grades 7-10. Please contact Troy_Manns@ccpsnet.net or the school for more information. 

Manchester 

  • Manchester Boys’ Basketball Camp – June 21 – 24, 2021 from 8:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. for ages 8 -16.  Please contact Josh_Karlson@ccpsnet.net or the school for more information.
  • Girls’ Basketball Skill Development Camp – July 12 – 16, 2021 from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. for  girls, rising 3rd – 8th grades.  Please contact Rasheed_Wright@ccpsnet.net or the school for more information.

Midlothian

  •  Midlothian  HS Girls’ Volleyball Camp – June 17-20, 2021 from 5:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. for 6th-10th grade students. Please contact Sherman_Chung@ccpsnet.net or contact the school for more information. 
  • Girls’ Basketball Camp – June 28 – July 1, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. for any 3rd – 7th grade girl.  Please contact Adam_Layton@ccpsnet.net or the school for more information.
  • Boys’ Basketball Camp – June 21 – 24 from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. for any 3rd – 8th grade boy.  Please contact Jarhon_Giddings@ccpsnet.net or the school for more information.

Thomas Dale

  • Thomas Dale Basketball Camp-June 21-25, 2021, Monday – Thursday from 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. and Friday from 8:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. for boys ages 6-15. Please contact Keyode_rogers@ccpsnet.net or the school for more information.