Registration starts January 24, 2017

Summer School Bus Routes

Online Registration Link

Registration for Walk-Ins

Summer School Catalog

June 5 - 22
M-TH, 8 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

June 26 - July 14
M-TH, 8 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

June 5 - July 14
M-TH, 8 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

June 5 - August 11
TH, 8 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.; Online


Summer School Information

Dates & Times

Dates :

Session 1: June 5 - June 22 (8:00-1:30)
6/5 (M) - 6/8 (Th)
6/12 (M) - 6/15 (Th)
6/19 (M) - 6/22 (Th)

Session 2: June 26 - July 14 (8:00-1:30)
6/26 (M), 6/27 (T), 6/28 (W), 6/29 (Th),

**7/5 (W), 7/6 (Th), 7/7 (F)**    
7/10(M), 7/11 (T), 7/12 (W), 7/13 (Th), 7/14 (F)   

Each Session is 3 weeks Long

World History: June 5 - July 14 (8:00 - 1:30 p.m.)



All Classes:  Monday - Thursday: 8:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

World History: Monday - Thursday: 8:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

2017 Courses

The following courses will be offered for summer school 2017. 

Bridge to Algebra*
Algebra 1 
Algebra 2

Bridge  to English*
Summer English 1
Summer English 2

How to Survive High School Technology - Enrichment
Public Speaking (9-12) - Enrichment

YouTube Sensation (6 days)

Improv - Enrichment (6 days)

World History (grades 9 - 12)  [Course is 6 weeks long.]
U.S. History - Credit Recovery (grades 10 - 12)
Government  (grades 11 - 12) [2nd session only]
Economics (grades 11-12)  [1st session only]

ELL basic, 1, 2, 3, or 4

Core Reading/Math (Needs approval from Director of Educational Support Services )

*Bridge to English & Algebra -- These classes are for incoming freshmen.  They are $40 a session.  They earn elective credit.  They are designed to help students bridge from their 8th grade language arts and math studies to the English and Algebra class in 9th grade.

**English, US History, and Math classes are for credit recovery only.

***We recommend that incoming freshmen take "How to Survive H.S. Technology," "Public Speaking," "Music Appreciation," or "Improv Acting"



AP Summer Bridge Classes

These free, one-week summer courses are designed for students who wish to take an AP science class but may not have met the requirements. Each Advanced Placement science course (AP Biology, AP Chemistry, and AP Physics) will have its own Summer Bridge class. 

For more info, please contact Ms. Jill Alexander at or 708-467-5590.


Starting January 24th, you can register for summer school classes by going to the Online Registration.   

Walk-in registration: Starting January 24th, If you choose to register in person, please be sure to fill out the brochure and bring cash or check to the bookstore between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. 

There are NO Tuition Waivers for summer school.  

All classes will be filled on a first come, first served basis. It is important to ENROLL EARLY because courses will be closed once registration reaches maximum size. In the event enrollment is insufficient, or staff unavailable, tuition will be refunded. Students who think they might fail a class are encouraged to enroll.


3-week Courses:

Resident (Within Argo H.S. boundaries): $140 per session

Non-Resident: $200 per session

6-week Courses:

Resident (Within Argo H.S. boundaries): $280 

Non-Resident: $400

6-day Courses: 

ELL Classes: $40 for Resident / $200 for Non-Resident per session

Chemistry Jump Hybrid (10-week Course): $250  

*Bridge to English & Bridget to Algebra Classes: $40 for Resident / these classes are for in-district students only

**There are NO tuition waivers.


Due to a grant, this year there will be school buses available for in-district students. Information on routes will be posted in the building and on the Summer School web page. Please indicate on the registration form whether or not you will use the school bus.

Summer School Bus Routes - Click here


Each summer school day is 5 1/2 hours of instruction. It is important that students do not miss any days. 

  • When a student reaches two (2) absences, the student will receive NO credit and NO refund.
  • Three (3) tardies = one (1) absence

NO Early Finals are allowed.

Attendance Phone: (708) 467-5800

If a student is going to be absent, a parent must call the attendance voicemail or email and report the absence. Voicemail is available 24 hours a day.


Once again, Argo High School will provide free lunch to all students and residents under the age of 18.  Lunch for students and residents under the age of 18 will be served in the Argo cafeteria.

Lunch Times:

Summer School Students: 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.

Community Residents under the age of 18: 11:00 – 11:30 a.m.

Driver Education

Students must contact Mr. Russ Nowak (Driver Ed Coordinator) to register. Call 708-467-5634.

BTW Driver Education is available to District 217 residents ONLY. Class size is limited to students on a first come, first served basis.



Director of Summer School


Argo Community
High School

7329 West 63rd Street
Summit, IL 60501
Fax: 708-728-3155