About Our Virtual High School Summer School Program
HTA is thrilled to offer our Virtual Summer School program for the fourth consecutive year. Open to high school students, courses will be taught by HTA's highly qualified teachers and will include a combination of live virtual classes and independent work. Courses will be offered for credit advancement and credit recovery for high school students.
Our goal is to provide a robust summer school program that supports students' academic needs and helps them become confident learners.
HTA Virtual Summer School FAQ
When does HTA Summer School registration begin?
Registration for HTA's Virtual Summer School program begins Tuesday, March 28, 2023.
What are the Summer School Dates?
Orientation (All Students): June 1 or 2, 2023 5-week course: June 5 - July 7, 2023 3-week Session 1: June 5 - June 23, 2023 3-week Session 2: June 26 - July 14, 2023
Who can apply for HTA’s Virtual Summer School program?
HTA's Virtual Summer School Program is open to any Hawai'i resident student entering grades 9-12.
This is inclusive of:
Department of Education (DOE) students
Public Charter School (PCS) students
Private School students
How do I register?
Families will register for HTA’s Virtual Summer School program through our school’s internal portal: HonuHub. You may access HonuHub and begin the registration process by clicking the link on our Summer School webpage when it is available on March 28.
What technology resources do I need to participate in HTA Virtual Summer School?
Have daily access to a computer with high-speed internet access
Have access to resources: word processing programs and email on aforementioned device
Have knowledge and ability to use aforementioned resources
Complete mandatory online training by June 2, 2023.
Does HTA provide laptops for summer school?
Unfortunately, we are unable to provide laptops to non-HTA students for summer school. HTA students must make arrangements through the tech department in order to retain their school-issued laptops for summer school use.
What will my schedule look like and what happens if I am waitlisted?
All courses are scheduled between 8:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. Students will be able to view their class schedules once they register for HTA’s Summer School program on March 28, 2023.
If a student is waitlisted, their class time may be subject to change based on current enrollment numbers and whether an additional section needs to be created to accommodate all students.
How many classes can I take?
High school students can take up to 1 credit worth of course work.
As an entering 9th grade student, which courses can I take for credit advancement?
P.E. Life Fitness, Health, Hacks of Life, Intro to Computer Science, Intro to Theatre
What if I want to withdraw from a course?
Withdrawal requests may be initiated by the parent/guardian to be approved by the Summer School Director.
Full 5-week Session Drop Period: June 5 - 16 Session 1 (3-week) Drop Period: June 5 - 12 Session 2 (3-week) Drop Period: June 23 - 30
For withdrawals that occur within the drop period:
High School Students will receive a “W” on the transcript
Students will receive the letter grade earned at the end of the session for all withdrawals after the deadline.
How do I get my transcripts?
Official grades for DOE and Charter School students will be posted to transcripts by Infinite Campus in early August. For private school and/or home school students, please have your primary school counselor or registrar contact HTA directly for a transcript.
Grades and/or credits will be emailed to parents at the completion of summer school. High school students will be emailed an unofficial transcript.
What are HTA’s Virtual Summer School Registration Fees?
Registration for 5-week course: $190
Registration for 3-week course: $95
Have a question? Please contact our HTA Summer School Director: Alana Tyau at email@example.com.
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