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Summer School Program


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Summer learning is an opportunity for high school students to prepare for summer EOC and/or to recover any incomplete grades or credits. Completing this work will ensure a strong foundation for the 2023-24 school year or grant seniors the ability to earn all necessary credits to graduate early. 


Enrollment Deadline:

May 25, 2023

Please Submit Registration Form


Summer School Dates:

June 5, 2023 - June 23, 2023

No school June 9th and 16th 

Class Schedule:


9:00 AM - 2:00 PM


Lunch Break at 12:00 PM


Enrollment Cost:  


No Cost to Student/Parent 


Premier High School Austin Wells Branch

13801 Burnet Rd. Suite 300, Austin, TX 78728

Student Expectations:

  • Attendance: Classroom attendance is required for the entire five-hour block. Absences cannot be made up.  Students are allowed two absences before the loss of credit. Students will be dropped from a course if absences exceed allowed days, no exceptions. If a student completes the courses they were enrolled in, they can complete summer school early. 
  • Tardiness: Tardiness counts against a student's daily absence. If the student exceeds three tardies, the student will be dropped from summer school and no course credit will be provided. 
  • Discipline Issues: Students sent home due to discipline will be dropped from Summer School. It is expected that students of Premier High School will conduct themselves in a respectful manner. Students are expected to follow all  policies, rules, and regulations of Premier High School Austin Wells Branch. 
  • Classes: Students are allowed up to 2.0 credits worth of work to be completed during the summer school session. 
  • Homework: Students are expected to complete homework in the evening and weekends. 
  • Dress Code: A neat and well-groomed appearance is a requirement for attendance. The dress code and grooming  regulations from the Student Code of Conduct are to be followed. For example: Pajamas, torn jeans, leggings, bagging/sagging pants are not permitted. 
  • Cell Phones: Absolutely no cell phones will be allowed. Students will have to place their phones in the cell phone cubby in the classroom. If a student is found using a cell phone, the student will be sent home and dropped from summer school. 
  • HB4545: Students that failed an EOC course may attend summer school for tutorials. These hours count towards the required 30 hours for next school year. 

Please email registration form to [email protected] or fax to 866-563-6438. You may also deliver the registration form in person. If you have any questions please contact the Campus Director at [email protected]