by Travis Haese | Staff Writer

Summer school will be held at Madison High School this year, and many students are planning to enroll. Getting signed up is a quick and easy process. Each semester is equivalent to 14 days of instruction; classes will meet Monday through Thursday. There will only be one Friday class on July 8 because Monday, July 4 is a holiday.

โ€œThere are two available class periods,โ€ counselor Shar Huffman said. โ€œThe morning session runs from 8-12, and the afternoon session from 1-5.โ€

Students planning to fit in a full year course will need to register for both ‘semesters’. Students completing a semester course will be able to choose when to take it.

โ€œFirst semester is from June 13-July 6, and second semester is from July 7-July 28,โ€ Huffman said.

Bus service from host schools to Madison will be provided, but students are responsible for transportation to the host school. It costs $85 for bus transportation. Students also need to pay tuition; the total amount will depend on what the student signs up for. For one semester the total cost is $150, and for both semesters the total cost is $250. There is also a non-refundable $5 processing fee.

โ€œThe preferred method for registering is online at the NEISD webpage under ‘summer school’ on the right hand side of the screen,โ€ Huffman said. โ€œYou can sign up in person at the counseling office and register with one of your counselors. Students can also go in person to Madison High School on June 9 and 10 for in-person registration.โ€

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