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MIHS Summer School

We are preparing for an exciting learning and enrichment experience for our high school students this summer.  
The MIHS Summer School Program is a tuition-based service of the Mercer Island School District. This summer, MIHS Summer School will be held in-person as weekly meetings or daily classes depending on the courses.  The program runs Tuesday-Thursday, June 27-August 3, with additional assignments to be completed during August.
A student must be in the Class of 2023, 2024, 2025, 2026, or 2027 to participate in Summer School 2023. Priority is given first to graduating seniors, then to incoming seniors. Summer School is intended to close learning gaps and provide opportunities for students to earn credits necessary for graduation. Summer School is not intended for students to “get ahead”.
We will be holding an information meeting on April 4 at 5:30pm at MIHS, prior to the start of registration, to answer any questions you have about Summer School.  The presentation from the information meeting is posted below.  Registration opens on April 17. All information and registration links will be available within the MIHS Summer School Catalog.

Summer School Dates: Tuesdays/Wednesdays/Thursdays

  • June 27-29, July 5-7*, 11-13, 18-20, 25-27, Aug 1-3 (*As July 4th is a Tuesday, we’ll meet on Friday during that week)

  • additional assignments to be completed during August

Location: Crest Learning Center

  • Crest will be open from 8 AM -12 PM, 1 PM - 4 PM on Summer School days


  • $375 per class

  • Students may take a maximum of 2 classes.

  • Incoming 9th grade is limited to Health and/or PE

  • Students must:

    • Attend classes or weekly meetings of Summer School.

    • Complete at least 80 hours of assigned work to receive 0.50 credit.

    • Schedule appointments by contacting the Summer School Registrar.

    • Plan to start course work on the first day of the course.

    • Make regular progress in their coursework throughout the 6 weeks of Summer School.

    • Complete a minimum of 10 hours of work each week (50 hours total by the beginning of August).

    • Complete an additional 30 hours of work after the 6-week Summer School session (work due August 30, 2023).

    • Keep a journal and log (as explained by your instructors).

Questions? Email Carley Tallman or Amanda Hebert.