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Summer School in Person or Virtual: Periods 1 and 2 

  • Summer School starts on Tuesday, June 22.  
  • Check your Schoology account for your Summer School Schedule. 
  • Classes will take place from 8:30 am to 2:20 pm. 
  • Although your schedule says virtual all students are invited to attend in person. 
  • If you are attending in person you need a negative COVID test taken no more than 7 days prior to the first day of Summer School. 
  • The testing center will be at Fairfax High School this Friday, June 18 th  from 8 am to 3 pm. 

Schedule 

Period 1: 8:30 a.m. – 11:10 a.m.  

Nutrition: 11:10 a.m. – 11:40 a.m.  

Period 2: 11:40 a.m. – 2:20 p.m. 

Summer School Periods 3 and 4: Asynchronous 

  • Students enrolled in periods 3 and/or 4 are enrolled in EDGL full virtual. 
  • Please make sure you check your email as login and course information will be sent to your LAUSD email.   ​​​​​​​  
  • You will be assigned a mentor but if you have any questions please email Mr. Vaghei @ [email protected] 

Summer School Dates:   Tuesday, June 22, 2021, to Friday, July 23, 2021 

No School on Monday, July 5th

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Several courses through the FCPS Online Campus are offered for students over the summer

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From Tech Adventures Camps to Work-Based Learning Internships, the Fairfax County Summer Learning Program through the online campus allows students to get ahead in the upcoming school and refine their skillset.

Many of the courses offered are made up of live daily lessons in addition to asynchronous assignments for a letter or pass/fail grade. While course cost varies depending on one’s financial situation, most summer classes cost $375 and $475 for those out of the country. ACE Online provides specifics about the variety of course offerings.

“There are a plethora of interesting classes students can take part in during the summer months to gain more knowledge in just a few weeks,” freshman Tina Lin said. “For example, ‘Exploring the Language of Medicine’ provides career development for those looking to earn future skills.” 

A popular course includes Economics and Personal Finance, as this class is necessary to earn either the Standard or Advanced diploma. In the course, students learn about the responsibilities of consumers, how markets operate and how the U.S. is connected to the global economy. 

“Learning macroeconomic policies, such as supply and demand and interest rates are so useful because they apply skills to the real world and your future career,” senior Sharlette Vijoy said.

Those interested can take the class self-directed or non self-directed. The self-directed course takes place from Monday, June 5 to Friday, July 28. On their own, students must read through 14 modules and complete 140 exit tickets, 14 module tests and one final exam. After completion, students receive a pass or fail credit.

 In contrast, the non self-directed course takes place with daily live sessions, assignments and assessments. The course can be taken for a letter grade or pass/fail. 

“Self-directed and non self-directed classes both have their benefits,” Vijoy said. “However, the virtual format of the self-directed course gave me the freedom to complete the lessons at times that worked best for me.”  

FCPS also offers five different math classes over the summer, such as Algebra 1, Geometry and Geometry Honors. As such, many students take advantage of this opportunity to get ahead. The expectation for these classes is that students work six to seven hours daily on their own in addition to the synchronous lesson. Also, several of these classes require the completion of a midterm, final and SOL.  

“There are so many levels of math at school,” junior Rhea Rajmanna said. “For those interested, taking a math class over the summer can help them get ahead and partake in higher math classes such as Multivariable Calculus in their junior or senior year.”

Others choose to be involved in classes that don’t have a large focus on traditional academics. For example, Health and Physical Education 10 consists of a driver’s education unit that focuses on teaching students to become proficient motorists along with a unit that shows how to carry out a crafted fitness and wellness plan. 

“Summer P.E. provides me extra course space for next year and helps me complete the gym requirement,” Lin said. “Also, I think the class can help me stay fit throughout an otherwise lazy summer.”

Furthermore, students may opt to complete a language over the summer months. While FCPS hopes to incorporate more languages, several take either Spanish 2, which focuses on written and oral communication, or Spanish 3, which places an emphasis on crafting complex language structures on a variety of topics.

“I enjoyed taking Spanish 3 during the summer because of the teacher and how well the class was organized,” Rajmanna said. “I got the chance to interact with other students while completing reading and writing assignments.”  

Those looking for more information about the summer courses can visit FCPS to learn more about the specific programs. The website also provides information about different pricing plans and dates for exams. 

“It’s important that students take the initiative to do some form of learning over the summer,” Rajmanna said. “Whether it’s structured, like a supervised course, or self-study, it’s beneficial to do some learning over the summer to help retain knowledge from previous years and avoid learning loss.” 

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Students - did you know that joining and sticking with at least two extracurricular activities will make your Fairfax experience all the better as you find your own individuality and strengths? You wake up every morning to expand your knowledge for the future, but it is easy to lose motivation without the fun of being involved. Before you know it, you’ll have incredible memories and a head full of applicable and relevant knowledge. Best of all, universities and employers are looking for tomorrow’s leaders and big thinkers. Getting involved will prepare you for exactly that.

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Frequently Asked Questions Fairfax Collegiate Summer 2024

Introduction, i’m new to fairfax collegiate. what’s the summer program all about.

This summer, your child can have fun and learn. Since 1993, the Fairfax Collegiate Summer Program has provided challenging and engaging summer courses for elementary, middle, and high school students.

As the area’s largest provider of academic enrichment summer classes, we have a wide variety of offerings for students. We have courses in 10 different subject areas , offered at locations throughout Northern Virginia and also available online . Sessions are two weeks long and run throughout the summer . All of our classes are half-day, and families can combine a morning and an afternoon class to create a full-day registration .

Registration can be completed online or over the phone. Please contact us if you have any questions we can answer for you!

Who can enroll in Fairfax Collegiate classes?

How can i get a copy of the fairfax collegiate summer 2023 catalog, about the courses, what subjects do you offer courses in, what's the difference between the in-person and online classes.

In-person classes are only offered on-site at our locations throughout Northern Virginia . Class meetings are 3.5 hours long (with a break partway through), and offer a social, hands-on experience where students can learn together with their peers.

Online classes can be attended from the convenience of your home, and work well for students who are independent and self-motivated. Class meetings are 2 hours long.

Curriculum and projects are similar for both the in-person and online formats, although due to the shorter class meeting duration, some activities that are offered in-person will be skipped in the online format. However, both formats provide students with powerful learning opportunities and we advise families to decide which format is best for them based on their child's preferences and their schedule and travel considerations.

Who teaches the classes?

Summer program instructors include undergraduate and graduate students at leading universities as well as area public and private school teachers.

As we get closer to the summer, photos and biographies of our staff members will start to appear on individual class pages. Please note that staffing assignments are subject to change without notice.

Please visit our Instructors page for a complete list of our staff members. The list will be updated to show the instructors for the upcoming Summer Program sometime in the spring. We leave the list up in the fall and winter as examples of the type of instructors who have worked with us recently.

Will my child have fun?

How can i get more detailed information about what my children will learn in a specific class, is there homework.

The in-person Summer Program does not include any mandatory assignments for students to do at home, although some courses may suggest supplementary tasks for students to complete outside of class if time permits.

Some online Summer Program courses will recommend work for students to complete outside of class time. This work is not strictly mandatory, but is highly recommended for students to maximally benefit from their class.

For example, in math and test prep courses, students may be asked to complete some tests at home to save class time for other activities.

Will instructors report on student progress?

Instructors will write and email brief, individualized reports on students' progress at the end of writing, reading, math, and admissions prep courses. Diagnostic test results are available in math and admissions prep courses upon request.

Instructors can prepare written remarks for other classes by special request. Families interested in this option should notify the instructor on the first day of class.

What is the class size and student-to-teacher ratio?

Locations and times, where are the classes held.

Fairfax Collegiate offers in-person classes at locations throughout Northern Virginia , as well as online .

Please refer to the locations page for the list of in-person locations.

What are the morning class hours?

What are the afternoon class hours, what are the morning drop-off and pick-up times at the in-person locations.

Students attending morning classes should enter the building starting at 8:25 and go straight to their classrooms.

Classroom supervision starts at 8:25am, so if you arrive early we ask that you wait with your child inside your vehicle or outside the front door until 8:25am.

Students enrolled in morning extended care may arrive as early as 7:30am.

Students attending for the morning only should be picked up between 12:00pm and 12:15pm.

What are the afternoon drop-off and pick-up times at the in-person locations?

Students attending for the afternoon only should enter the building starting at 12:30pm and go straight to their classrooms.

Classroom supervision starts at 12:30pm, so if you arrive early we ask that you wait with your child inside your vehicle or outside the front door until 12:30pm.

Students attending afternoon classes should be picked up between 4:00pm and 4:15 pm.

Students enrolled in afternoon extended care must be picked up no later than 6:00pm.

What are your student arrival and departure procedures?

Lunch and breaks, when do full-day students eat lunch and must students bring their own lunches, are there any restrictions on the foods that students may consume at our locations, when are the class breaks, and what do students do during the breaks.

Instructors supervise the morning breaks (10:00am to 10:25am) and the afternoon breaks (2:00pm to 2:25 pm).

Every location has an indoor break area where students may play games, socialize, and eat snacks.

Every location except Reston-NVHC also has an outdoor break area.

Outdoor break activities vary by location - please contact us if you'd like additional information about break options at a particular facility.

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How do i register my student for fairfax collegiate summer 2023, how many courses may my child enroll in per session, when do i pay for registration, how can i tell which classes are filled, how do i redeem vouchers, gift certificates, promo codes, and coupons, how do i change or cancel my student's registration.

Classes can be added through your account .

To change your student's enrollment or cancel a registration, please contact us by phone or email.

Please read Fairfax Collegiate's participation terms to learn more about our policies for registration changes and cancellations.

How much does Fairfax Collegiate Summer Program cost?

Why is the price on my online registration form different from what's described in the catalog or on the web site.

We do not add any taxes or hidden fees to the prices displayed on our pricing page .

The only additional cost is for adding on extended care, so make sure that you have not selected any extended care options if you do not need extended care.

For any additional assistance with pricing displayed on the online registration form, please contact us .

Does Fairfax Collegiate offer any scholarships or financial aid?

Special enrollment requests, my child's rising grade level is one grade level outside the stated grade range for a course, but i think the course would be a good fit. may he or she attend, can i enroll my student for one week of the course.

We are able to consider one-week enrollments, but we typically don't recommend them.

A student taking only week 1 misses opportunities to work on projects and apply what they've learned. A student taking only week 2 will be working on those projects at the same time as they try to catch up on the background info that was missed.

To request a one-week enrollment, please contact us with the class or classes you're interested in.

Is the Fairfax Collegiate Summer Program right for my child with special needs?

Fairfax Collegiate welcomes special needs students.

To ensure a successful experience for your child, we recommend that you and your child decide together whether the Behavior Code represents a comfortable fit for them.

We also strongly recommend providing a written copy of any relevant information on how to best work with your child, as well as any strategies or accommodations that you would like us to be aware of. This information can be sent via email to [email protected] .

Please note that there will not be any professional special education staff or student aides on site.

Forms and Medical Information

What forms do i need to bring, what medical care is available on-site for students.

Fairfax Collegiate locations do not have a clinic or professional medical staff on site.

Each location has a Location Director on-site at all times. Location Directors are First Aid/CPR certified, as are many of our instructors. Location Directors can assist students with minor injuries or administering medications (if requested by the parent).

Please review the Medication Policy and Authorization to Obtain Emergency Medical Care sections of the Participation Termsfor additional information.

What is your medication policy?

Other questions, what supplies should students bring, is there a dress code, what are the key expections for student conduct, how will the 2023 summer program address covid-19, what is fairfax collegiate's federal employer identification number (ein).

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Four local wrestlers hope for a spot in the 2024 Olympics

N ext week, four high schoolers will wrestle in a tournament that gives them the opportunity to qualify for the upcoming summer Olympics.

Last week, some of those high school wrestlers going to the tournament didn't realize they were able to compete, since most qualifiers required the wrestlers to be 18 or older, but with this tournament, open those born in 2006, these competitors couldn't say no.

Bishop McCort wrestler Bo Bassett said, “"I know I'll have plenty of more shots after this but why not start now."

The wrestlers will go to Fairfax, Virginia next Saturday to compete in the Last Chance Olympic Team Trials Qualifier.

A win in their weight class would send them to the Olympic Team Trials that start April 19 in the Bryce Jordan Center.

At 57 kilograms, or roughly 125 pounds, Bishop McCort teammates Mason Gibson and Jax Forrest, who just won a PIAA high school state title, will compete in the freestyle category.

Depending on how the bracket goes, Gibson, a Penn State commit, could wrestle both his current teammate or a future teammate.

Coach Bill Bassett said if they met, it would represent the area well no matter what happened.

"All the guys are best buddies off the mat and on the mat but win or lose I think they would be happy for each other,” he said.

Along with Pierson Manville of State College, Bishop McCort’s Bo Bassett will wrestle freestyle at 65 kilograms, or about 143 pounds.

Bassett, fresh off his own PIAA state title, said this will be a different challenge.

"A lot of these guys are way older, they've wrestled in college, graduated through college, they have families, so it's gonna be a little bit different, I'm used to wrestling high school aged guys and maybe college guys at the beginning of the year, but these guys are little bit older so it'll be fun,” he said.

Despite the jump in competition, Bassett said he’s feeling dangerous.

"I know one thing; it doesn't matter who I'm wrestling; I'm gonna sprint and I'm gonna score as many points as I can. I don't really fear any of these guys because they're another human and they wrestle, and they do the same thing that I do. Maybe they've been doing it a little bit longer. Maybe they've been doing it longer than I've been alive. But I'm ready to go. I love challenges and this is pretty challenging,” he said.

If any of the wrestlers made the team, they'd be the first high school wrestler since 2008 to make the US Olympic team.

Coach Bill Bassett said, “They're looking at records, they're looking to see what they can beat, what they can match and that's their mindset. Their mindset is we outwork everybody and let’s see where we can fall in history."

Bill Bassett said that, for these guys, it's a no-loss experience because there’s no pressure, but he says to not be surprised if you see any of them representing Pennsylvania and the United States in Paris this summer.

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