Summer Learning: Online Campus

Grades 7-12

Online Campus course tuition has been reduced to $375 for this summer to:

  • Address the impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the community.
  • Support student learning throughout the summer months.

If you have already registered for an Online Campus course for this summer, you will receive a refund for the difference in cost in approximately three to four weeks.

Middle and high school students who meet the course prerequisites can take one online course. Students who have completed a high school math course may take an online campus math class. Middle school students who expunged a high school math course or those wanting to recover a course credit may take the course again.

Students need to have a computer and make sure their computer is ready for the online course. Students will not be able to take online courses using tablets and smartphones.

Online Campus courses and classes may be cancelled if they are under enrolled. If a course or class is cancelled, students will be notified using the registration contact information and a full refund will be given.

Courses

Parents or guardians should ask their child’s counselor to make sure the course aligns with the student’s plan.

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Algebra 2 Head Start (non-credit course)

Eligibility 

Successful completion of Algebra 1 and Geometry.

High school students who are enrolled in Algebra 2 for the next school year.

Dates and Times

Course

July 20 - 24, 2020

1-hour, daily synchronous lessons determined by instructor.

Testing

None

Student Work Expectations

Students will work four to five hours daily, on their own, in addition to the daily synchronous lessons.

Tuition

  • FCPS Students:
    • Full: $300
    • Reduced lunch: $150
    • Free lunch: $30
  • Out-of-county: Not eligible

Economics and Personal Finance (Not Self-Directed EPF)

The Economics and Personal Finance course with Online Campus:

  • has a teacher guiding instruction.
  • has a daily 1-hour synchronous class session.
  • has daily assignments and assessments.
  • may be taken for a letter grade or pass/fail.

Students have the option to earn a letter grade or a "Pass/Fail" grade, which students must indicate at the time of registration.

This is *not* the self-directed Economics and Personal Finance course, which can only be taken as pass/fail.

Eligibility

High school students who are seeking new or repeat credit.

Dates and Times

Course

June 22 - July 21, 2020

1-hour, synchronous lessons determined by instructor, time TBA.

Testing

Exams will be proctored virtually.

  • Midterm: Tuesday, July 7
  • Final: Tuesday, July 21

Student Work Expectations

Students will work six hours daily, on their own, in addition to the daily synchronous lessons.

Tuition

  • FCPS Students:
    • Full: $375
    • Reduced lunch: $187.50
    • Free lunch: $37.50
  • Out-of-County: $475

Withdrawals

  • Students who withdraw by the June 29 deadline at 11:59 p.m. may do so without a grade penalty.
  • Students who withdraw by the July 13 deadline at 11:59 p.m. will receive a mark of Withdrawn Failing (WF) or Withdrawn Passing (WP).
  • Students who withdraw after July 13 will receive a mark of WP or F.

Health and Physical Education (HPE)

Eligibility

High school and middle school students who are seeking new or repeat credit.

  • Health and Physical Education 9: Students in grades 8-12 during the 2019-2020 school year.
  • Health and Physical Education 10: Successful completion of Health and Physical Education 9.

Dates and Times

Courses

June 22 - July 23, 2020

1-hour, daily synchronous lessons, time TBA.

Student Work Expectations

Students will work six to seven hours daily, on their own, in addition to the daily synchronous lessons.

Tuition

  • FCPS Students:
    • Full: $375
    • Reduced lunch: $187.50
    • Free lunch: $37.50
  • Out-of-County: $475

Note: At the time of registration, the parent must:

  • Indicate whether or not the student is taking the course as Pass-Fail.
  • Select a date for the pre-assessment and post assessment. These dates cannot be changed after registration.

*The Classroom Driver Education unit is included in Health and Physical Education 10 and will cost an additional $109.00 to be paid after the first day of class. It is a mandatory part of the course for students who have not completed the Classroom Driver Education requirement. Therefore, there is no need to register for any other Classroom Driver Education while taking Online Summer School HPE-10.

Withdrawals

  • Students who withdraw by the June 29 deadline at 11:59 p.m. may do so without a grade penalty.
  • Students who withdraw by the July 13 deadline at 11:59 p.m. will receive a mark of Withdrawn Failing (WF) or Withdrawn Passing (WP).
  • Students who withdraw after July 13 will receive a mark of WP or F.

Honors Geometry

Eligibility

  • High school and middle school students who are seeking new or repeat credit.
  • Successful completion of Algebra 1/Honors Algebra 1.

Dates and Times

Course

June 22 – July 30, 2020

90 minutes, daily synchronous lessons, time TBA.

Testing

Exams will be proctored virtually.

  • Midterm: Thursday, July 9
  • Final: Wednesday, July 29
  • SOL: 
    • SOL tests will not be administered during the summer.
    • In the fall, contact your student’s local school for additional information about testing requirements.

Student Work Expectations

Students will work six to seven hours daily, on their own, in addition to the daily synchronous lessons.

Tuition

  • FCPS Students:
    • Full: $375
    • Reduced lunch: $187.50
    • Free lunch: $37.50
  • Out-of-County: $475

Withdrawals

  • Students who withdraw by the July 1 deadline at 11:59 p.m. may do so without a grade penalty.
  • Students who withdraw by the July 20  deadline at 11:59 p.m. will receive a mark of Withdrawn Failing (WF) or Withdrawn Passing (WP).
  • Students who withdraw after July 20 will receive a mark of WP or F.

Language Arts

Eligibility

High school students who are seeking new or repeat credit.

  • English 10: Successful completion of English 9.
  • English 11: Successful completion of English 10.
  • English 12: Successful completion of English 11.

Dates and Times

Courses

June 22 - July 22, 2020

1-hour, daily synchronous lessons, time TBA.

Testing

Exams will be proctored virtually.

  • Midterm: Tuesday, July 7
  • Final: Tuesday, July 21
  • SOL and WorkKeys
    • Tests will not be administered during the summer.
    • In the fall, contact your student’s local school for additional information about testing requirements.

Student Work Expectations

Students will work six to seven hours daily, on their own, in addition to the daily synchronous lessons.

Tuition

  • FCPS Students:
    • Full: $375
    • Reduced lunch: $187.50
    • Free lunch: $37.50
  • Out-of-County: $475

Withdrawals

  • Students who withdraw by the June 29 deadline at 11:59 PM may do so without a grade penalty.
  • Students who withdraw by the July 13 deadline at 11:59 PM will receive a mark of Withdrawn Failing (WF) or Withdrawn Passing (WP).
  • Students who withdraw after July 13 will receive a mark of WP or F.

Mathematics

Eligibility

High school and middle school students who are seeking new or repeat credit.

  • GeometrySuccessful completion of Algebra 1/Honors Algebra 1.
  • Algebra 2Successful completion of Algebra 1 and Geometry/Honors Geometry.

Dates and Times

Course

June 22 - July 22, 2020

1-hour, daily synchronous lessons, time TBA.

Testing

Exams will be proctored virtually.

  • Midterm: Tuesday, July 7
  • Final: Tuesday, July 21
  • SOL:
    • SOL tests will not be administered during the summer.
    • In the fall, contact your student’s local school for additional information about testing requirements.

Student Work Expectations

Students will work six to seven hours daily, on their own, in addition to the daily synchronous lessons.

Tuition

  • FCPS Students:
    • Full: $375
    • Reduced lunch: $187.50
    • Free lunch: $37.50
  • Out-of-County: $475

Withdrawals

  • Students who withdraw by the June 29 deadline at 11:59 p.m. may do so without a grade penalty.
  • Students who withdraw by the July 13 deadline at 11:59 p.m. will receive a mark of Withdrawn Failing (WF) or Withdrawn Passing (WP).
  • Students who withdraw after July 13 will receive a mark of WP or F.

Science

Eligibility

High school students who are seeking new or repeat credit.

  • Chemistry: Successful completion of Biology and Algebra 1.
  • Physics: Successful completion of Biology, one other lab science, and Geometry.
  • Geosystems: Successful completion of Biology and one other lab science.

Dates and Times

Courses

June 22 - July 22, 2020

1-hour, daily synchronous lessons, time TBA.

Testing

Exams will be proctored virtually.

  • Midterm: Tuesday, July 7
  • Final: Tuesday, July 21
  • SOL:
    • SOL tests will not be administered during the summer.
    • In the fall, contact your student’s local school for additional information about testing requirements.

Student Work Expectations

Students will work six to seven hours daily, on their own, in addition to the daily synchronous lessons.

Tuition

  • FCPS Students:
    • Full: $375
    • Reduced lunch: $187.50
    • Free lunch: $37.50
  • Out-of-County: $475

Withdrawals

  • Students who withdraw by the June 29 deadline at 11:59 p.m. may do so without a grade penalty.
  • Students who withdraw by the July 13 deadline at 11:59 p.m. will receive a mark of Withdrawn Failing (WF) or Withdrawn Passing (WP).
  • Students who withdraw after July 13 will receive a mark of WP or F.

Social Studies

Eligibility

High school students who are seeking new or repeat credit.

  • World History and Geography 1: Successful completion of ninth grade.
  • World History and Geography 2: Successful completion of ninth grade.
  • VA/US History: Successful completion of World History and Geography 1 or World History and Geography 2.
  • VA/US Government: Students must have completed VA/US History or will be sophomores in an International Baccalaureate (IB) school during the 2020-21 school year.

Dates and Times

Courses

June 22 - July 22, 2020

1-hour, daily synchronous lessons, time TBA.

Testing

Exams will be proctored virtually.

  • Midterm: Tuesday, July 7
  • Final: Tuesday, July 21
  • SOL:
    • SOL tests will not be administered during the summer.
    • In the fall, contact your student’s local school for additional information about testing requirements.

Student Work Expectations

Students will work six to seven hours daily, on their own, in addition to the daily synchronous lessons.

Tuition

  • FCPS Students:
    • Full: $375
    • Reduced lunch: $187.50
    • Free lunch: $37.50
  • Out-of-County: $475

Withdrawals

  • Students who withdraw by the June 29 deadline at 11:59 p.m. may do so without a grade penalty.
  • Students who withdraw by the July 13 deadline at 11:59 p.m. will receive a mark of Withdrawn Failing (WF) or Withdrawn Passing (WP).
  • Students who withdraw after July 13 will receive a mark of WP or F.

World Languages

Eligibility

High school and middle school students who are seeking new or repeat credit.

  • Spanish 2: Successful completion of Spanish 1 or 1B.
  • Spanish 3: Successful completion of Spanish 2.

Dates and Times

Courses

June 22 - July 21, 2020

90-minute, daily synchronous lessons, time TBA.

Testing

Exams will be proctored virtually.

  • Midterm: Tuesday, July 7
  • Final: Tuesday, July 21

Student Work Expectations

Students will work six to seven hours daily, on their own, in addition to the daily synchronous lessons

Tuition

  • FCPS Students:
    • Full: $375
    • Reduced lunch: $187.50
    • Free lunch: $37.50
  • Out-of-County: $475

Withdrawals

  • Students who withdraw by the June 29 deadline at 11:59 p.m. may do so without a grade penalty.
  • Students who withdraw by the July 13 deadline at 11:59 p.m. will receive a mark of Withdrawn Failing (WF) or Withdrawn Passing (WP).
  • Students who withdraw after July 13 will receive a mark of WP or F.

Grades

Grades will be calculated according to the guidelines outlined in the FCPS Secondary Grading and Reporting to Parents.