Summer Classes Kicking Off At Four County Career Center

Summer school classes for students in Defiance, Fulton, Henry and Williams counties are again being offered by Four County Career Center.

There are two student start dates – June 16 and July 7, with no enrollees outside of these dates. Once a student begins they do not stop until they are completed with all their course work. Class times are Mondays through Thursdays from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Enrollment forms will be accepted until June 10.

Summer school is open to current high school students, non-graduates or June 2014 graduates under the age of 21. Students may earn up to three 1/2 credits. Upon successful completion of the first 1/2 credit, the student may begin another half credit. All class work must be completed by July 24.

Transportation is the responsibility of the student. Some member schools provide bus transportation to Four County Summer School.

There will be a student service charge of $60.00 per class which must accompany the application form.

Classes offered are English, Social Studies, Mathematics and Science.
To enroll or for more information, students or parents should contact their local high school guidance office or the attendance office at Four County Career Center at 419-267-2316.

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