Summer School

The district prizes its Summer School program as an excellent opportunity for students to keep learning and exploring through the summer.


Quick Links

Info for families:
2022 Summer School Course Descriptions / 2022 Escuela del verano descripciones de materias
Summer School Registration via Skyward Family Access / Registro de la escuela de verano en Skyward Family Access
Summer School Skyward registration instructions / Programar Cursos de Verano en Skyward
2022 Summer School Registration Worksheet / 2022 Hoja de Registración
Summer School Bus Registration Form / Inscripción para el Transporte Escolar - Autobus

For new students only:
Online Enrollment - once enrolled, you can register for Summer School
Paper Enrollment Form - only for students new to the Plymouth School District who do not have access to a computer

Employment applications:
Teacher aides
Student helpers

More summer opportunities:
Summer youth athletic camps: Girls Basketball, Boys Basketball, Dance, Football, Tennis, Volleyball
Summer child care, for age 6 weeks through entering 5th grade
Squiggles & Wiggles Summer Preschool


About Summer School

We offer about 75 classes for students in kindergarten through high school, at no charge to families. While remedial courses are available, the vast majority allow students to explore topics of interest to them.

About two-thirds of the district’s elementary students attend Summer School and about one-third of the middle school students do. Students from other school districts or who are homeschooled are welcome to attend our Summer School.

Summer School 2022

Summer School will run for five weeks from June 20 to July 21, with no classes Monday July 4. Summer School will be held from 8 to 11:45 a.m. Monday through Thursday, with no classes on Fridays.

Most classes will meet at Riverview Middle School, 300 Riverside Circle. Early Childhood, Kindergarten Readiness, and K-1 Transition will be at Horizon Elementary School, 411 S. Highland Ave. Advanced Tennis and Strength & Speed Training will meet at Plymouth High School, 125 S. Highland Ave.

New this year are:

  • Agriculture is EVERYWHERE: There are separate classes for incoming grades 1-4 and grades 5-8. If you enjoy plants, animals, wildlife, trucks/tractors, or food, this class is for you. Through reading books, watching videos, and many hands-on activities, we will explore the huge and amazing world of agriculture. We will work with live animals, learn to grow a variety of plants, and enjoy the food produced by agriculture.
  • Plymouth Strength & Speed Training: This 90-minute class is for incoming grades 9-12. This general athlete training program will develop strength and speed. Athletes will participate in workouts designed to help them in all sports. All high school students (boys and girls) involved in any sport are encouraged to enroll as part of their offseason training.

How to register

Parents/guardians are encouraged to register as soon as possible, because many classes fill up while those with insufficient enrollment may be cancelled. Registration will end promptly at 8 a.m. Thursday May 26.

PLEASE NOTE: Summer School is an extension of the 2021-22 school year, so register according to the current school grade.

Current Plymouth students and past Summer School participants
Register online via Skyward Family Access. (Summer School Skyward registration instructions)
Summer School Registration Worksheet (with class points)
Those without access to the Internet can register at any Plymouth public school during regular school hours.

New students (those without a Plymouth Skyward account)
1. Begin by requesting enrollment access.
2. You should receive an email with your login information and a temporary password. (If you do not have an email address, check that box and a temporary password will pop up.)
3. Log in to Skyward Family Access, set your permament password, and select "New Student Enrollment."
4. Set a start date of 6/20/22.
New students without access to a computer can visit any Plymouth public school office or return the Summer School Registration Form.

If you have questions, contact your child's school office. New families can contact the Riverview office.

Summer School Open Houses

• 3-6pm Wednesday June 15
• 1-4pm Thursday June 16
at Riverview Middle School and Horizon Elementary School

Closed classes

  • #122 Beginning Tennis
  • #145 LLI - 1
  • #140 Sum or Math 2
  • #163 Everyday Chemistry
  • #177 Art Extravaganza
  • #182 Photography Art
  • #184 Playing Piano
  • #189 Music Theatre I
  • #222 Advanced Tennis 222
  • #284 Yes, Chef!
  • #305 Kindergarten Readiness
  • #501 Science Week

Summer Child Care

Child care is available before and after Summer School through the Community Ed & Rec child-care programs Berry Branch (for students now in 4K or 5K) and Extra Mile (for students now in grades 1-4). 

To register for summer child care, visit the Child Care section of MyRec and follow the steps below:

  1. Create a MyRec account for your household, if you do not already have one.
  2. Sign up each child for Berry Branch or Extra Mile as appropriate.
  3. Register each child for summer, school year, or both.

For more information on hours, fees, etc., visit the Child Care webpage. If you have questions about child care, please contact Karyn Haun, or 920-892-6922. If you have questions about the registration process, please contact Community Ed & Rec, or 920-892-5068.

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