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Last Updated: 6/1/2021 1:53 PM




UPDATE 6/2/2021: CCSD Summer School Course Registration is now closed. To participate in late registration, please visit the appropriate summer school site, Cherokee High School or Etowah High School on June 3, 2021 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Personal Fitness (In Person Instruction)

*students who select this course must attend every day of summer school



Thursday, June 3, 2021 – Wednesday- June 23, 2021




9:00am – 1:00pm








Cherokee High School (students from Creekview, Cherokee, and Sequoyah)


Etowah High School (students from Etowah, River Ridge and Woodstock)  



Health (Virtual Instruction)



Thursday, June 3, 2021 – Wednesday- June 23, 2021


Student Orientation- June 2, 2021




8:00am – 8:00pm

Teacher support available (virtually)











Monday, May 3 – Wednesday, May 26, 2021


Register here: Summer School Registration 2021


Payment with Credit Card or Debit Card







Wednesday, June 2, 2021:

Virtual Student Orientation


Thursday, June 3, 2021:

Instruction Begins  


Wednesday, June 23, 2021:

Last Day of Classes



GENERAL INFORMATION:  The courses will be offered to Cherokee County students when there is sufficient demand. Health will be offered virtually. Personal Fitness will be offered “in person” at Cherokee High School and Etowah High School. There must be an adequate number of students registered for a course before it will be offered. When an inadequate number of students are registered for a specific course at both locations, efforts will be made to merge the students into one course and the course will be housed at the campus where the majority of the students registered for the course.  Students will be notified by the Summer School Administrator if there are an inadequate number of students registered to offer a course or if students need to be merged to form a course on one campus.


Students who elect to enroll in Summer School understand the following:

  • Each course is worth .5 unit of credit.
  • A student may take both Personal Fitness and Health.
  • Each summer school course is 60 hours of course work completed over 15 days.
  • Course work must be completed within the Summer School window.


TUITION: $200.00 per course. All fees must be paid in full by May 28, 2021.


REFUNDS: Summer School is only 15 days with a rigorous curriculum. Be sure this is the appropriate forum for your child’s success.  NO REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED ONCE CLASSES BEGIN.  If your child has received his/her report card and has a passing grade for the class he/she is scheduled to take in Summer School, you must submit the Refund Request form  (located on the Cherokee County School District website under “Parent and Community” then “Forms” at to the Summer School Administrator.  A copy of your child’s report card must be attached to the Refund Request Form.  All refunds will be issued in the same manner by which payment was made.


ATTENDANCE: Students are expected to attend classes until all course requirements have been met. Virtual course attendance is measured through adequate course progress.


TRANSPORTATION: Transportation is not provided. All students must be dropped off no earlier than 8:45 am and picked up no later than 1:15 p.m.  FAILURE TO ABIDE BY THIS RULE TWO TIMES WILL RESULT IN DISMISSAL FROM “In PERSON” SUMMER SCHOOL AND NO REFUND OF TUITION WILL BE GIVEN.  If this presents a problem, DO NOT REGISTER FOR PERSONAL FITNESS THIS SUMMER.  


RULES: All Cherokee County School District rules and regulations, including dress code, will apply during Summer School. Students reporting to campus must comply with the dress code. Every student has received a copy of the Student/Parent Handbook at their home school which includes the Cherokee County Student Offense and Discipline Procedures. VIOLATIONS OF RULES WHICH REQUIRE SUSPENSION DURING THE REGULAR SCHOOL YEAR WILL BE GROUNDS FOR SUMMER SCHOOL DISMISSAL AND MAY CONTINUE INTO THE 2021-22 SCHOOL YEAR.


The Cherokee County Board of Education, Georgia, prohibits any policy or procedure which results in discrimination on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, national origin, marital status, race, or religion.