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How to register for summer school in Gwinnett County


Gwinnett County high school students can now register for this year’s summer school classes.

Gwinnett County Public Schools is offering in-person and online classes for students to get ahead or make up a course they’ve previously failed. 

Classes cost $250 each, whether taken in-person or online, and $275 each for students who are not enrolled in Gwinnett County Public Schools. Payment is due at the time of registration, which occurs June 1 at Central Gwinnett High School, or any time through June 1 online. You must register for online classes by May 24.

Gwinnett kindergarten registration is open. Here’s how to do it.

You can register for in-person classes at mypaymentsplus.com and for online courses at gwinnettonlinecampus.com/summer. 

The school district recommends taking no more than two classes. In-person classes are held at Central Gwinnett, Meadowcreek, Mill Creek and Shiloh high schools. Transportation is not provided.

In-person courses meet either in the morning or afternoon time slots Monday through Thursday from June 13 to July 11. Online classes “meet” Monday through Friday. 

Rising ninth-graders can only take personal fitness and health summer classes, but rising tenth- through twelfth-graders can take a variety of courses in language arts, math, science and social studies.

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