Summer Options 2018
The following courses will be offered for Shelby County high school students during the summer of 2018 provided enough students register to warrant the offering of the course. See your counselor at your local high school for more information.
Students who have failed courses during the 2017-2018 school year or have prior courses to make up should plan on attending summer school in order to earn those credits and remain on track to graduate. Each summer school term allows a student to make up one half credit. A maximum of two half credits or one full credit can be made up during summer school. This year, there will be two summer school locations for all Shelby County students: Oak Mountain High School and Calera High School.
This offering is for students who wish to earn the credit for career preparedness, which is required for graduation, outside of the traditional school year. Students who have previously failed Career Preparedness make also take this class in order to earn this credit. This course will be offered online via ACCESS. Days for testing and assistance will be set up at Helena High School. Students should contact their counselor for more information.
Government & Economics
Any upcoming senior interested in taking this required course may register. Interested students should speak with their counselor for more information.
Health & Driver's Education
These courses will be offered through community education and may be taken for high school credit. Please call Kay Dummier at 205-682-5843 for more information or email her at email@example.com