Semester school begins June 6


Garden City High School will hold semester school beginning Monday and running through Friday, June 6.

Garden City High School will hold semester school beginning Monday and running through Friday, June 6.

Core classes and electives will be held from 8 a.m. to noon each day. The E20/20 and computer courses will also take place during this time at the school.

Semester school is for GCHS students in grades 9 to 12 who did not pass English, math, science, social studies and electives classes during the second semester. Students with a 50 percent grade or better qualify for semester school.

No new students will be accepted for spring semester school after Tuesday. Attendance is mandatory until coursework is complete. Once a student has completed/passed the course they are working on, that student may work on other courses. A student doesn't have to remain in semester school once they have passed a course.

Enrollment will take place at 8 a.m. Monday in the GCHS Arts and Communications Academy, 2720 Buffalo Way Blvd. Additional information will be provided thent.

Contact Steve Nordby at Garden City High School for more information about semester school at 805-5400.

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