Summer School Catalog
All students residing in Northfield Township High School District 225 may enroll in our tuition summer school program,
which will be held at Glenbrook South High School, 4000 W Lake Ave. in Glenview. Summer School provides opportunities for
students to improve academic skills and to explore new interests.
Summer School Schedule
First Semester: Thursday, June 13 through Tuesday, July 2
Second Semester: Monday, July 8 through Thursday, July 25
Oakton Courses: June 13 – July 2
Registration Start Dates:
Tuesday, March 5, 2019 Class of 2020
Wednesday, March 6, 2019 Class of 2021
Thursday, March 7, 2019 Class of 2022
Friday, March 8, 2019 Class of 2023
The registration start dates listed above represent the first day on which students are allowed to register. All registrations
begin at 9:00 am on the dates listed above and continue until the close of registration. On-line registration will close on Monday,
March 18, 2019, at 5:00 pm.
Registration will reopen Monday, April 1, 2019 by phone 847-486-4748 or in person at the District Office, 3801 W Lake Ave.,
in Glenview; Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
It is to your advantage to register on your start date listed above.
How to Register
- Go to: http://summerschool.glenbrook225.org
- Enter student ID and student birth date xx/xx/xxxx
Follow prompts to register for summer courses. Summer courses have been pre-approved. You can only register for one course per semester.
If you cannot register for a desired course, please contact your counselor.
If your desired course is filled, you will have an option to be put on a wait list at no cost. Placement on wait lists does not
guarantee enrollment into the course. You will receive a phone call if a seat becomes available. You may be put on a wait list
and still register for a different course.
Payment will not be required at the time of registration. Alternatively, parents will be e-mailed instructions for payment on
Wednesday, March 20, 2019.
All fees must be paid Wednesday, April 3, 2019 (full refunds will be provided by request until Friday, April 12, 2019;
no refund will be provided after that time).
Registration will be cancelled for non-payment.
Out-of-District students can register beginning April 17, 2019 at the District Office, located at 3801 W Lake Ave., Suite 100,
Glenview. Out of District students must submit the registration form with counselor signature, a current physical/immunization
record and payment at time of registration.
- Class of 2019 students still needing course work to graduate must contact their counselors before registering.
Refunds will be issued in full to any student withdrawing from a class on or before Friday, April 12, 2019; no refund will be
provided after that time). Parents must verify withdrawals in person, by phone, or e-mail.
The Summer School phone number is 847-486-4748. The e-mail address is email@example.com.
Tuition and registration fees will be refunded if a course is cancelled due to insufficient enrollment.
The District Office will process check refunds within one week of the cancelled or dropped course.
Student Class Schedule
A schedule listing the course, starting date and class time, will be mailed home the week of May 28th.
Textbooks for summer school may be purchased beginning Wednesday, June 12th from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the GBS Bookstore.
Students should bring cash, check or MasterCard/Visa credit card to purchase books and/or supplies. The GBS Bookstore will be
open from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. daily during summer school. The telephone number is 847-486-4407.
There is NO bus transportation provided for summer school.
Classes begin at 8:00 a.m. and end at either 12:40 p.m. or 1:35 p.m. Course content dictates additional time for some courses.
Course times and dates are listed in the course description.
Summer School Office
The Summer School Office will be located in the Student Activities Office at GBS and will be open for students and parents
from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The telephone number is 847- 486-4748. For a quick response, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer School Regulations
We cannot make exceptions to the rules of conduct or attendance and must enforce the rules strictly, quickly, and consistently
to maintain an atmosphere conducive to learning.
To report an absence, please contact the Glenbrook South Attendance Office at (847) 486-4632.
One day of summer school is equivalent to one week of classroom instruction. Students are expected to arrive on time and attend
all class sessions, including the final exam date. Tardiness up to fifteen minutes will be considered a tardy; after
fifteen minutes will be considered an absence. Students tardy under fifteen minutes on two occasions will count as an absence.
If a student is absent more than two class sessions, they will be dropped from the course with the grade of “WF”, and no refund
will be provided.
Students may not miss the final exam without prior approval from the Summer School Principal. Should a student miss the final, it
will count towards the absence maximum for the course.
During the summer, we expect the same behavior as is expected during the school year.
Inappropriate behavior is not tolerated. Student course enrollments will be canceled and
no refund will be provided for behavior that is out of compliance with the current versions of Board Policy and Student Rights and
Responsibilities documents located on the District website.
The Board of Education for District 225 has established a policy for academic dishonesty. The academic dishonesty policy that has
been established for the regular school year will be in effect during summer school. Any student who violates the academic dishonesty
policy may be withdrawn from summer school without credit.
Academic Dishonesty includes such infractions as:
- Obtaining a copy of tests or scoring devices
- Using another student’s answers during an examination
- Using another student’s answers during an examinationProviding another student questions or answers to or copies of examination questions
- Having another person impersonate the student to assist the student academically
- Impersonating another student to assist the student academically
Representing as one’s own work the product of someone else’s creativity
- Using, or having available for use, notes or other unpermitted materials during “closed book” examinations
Duplicating any portion of another student’s homework, paper, project, laboratory report, take-home examination, electronic file or
application for submission as accepting a copy of tests or scoring devices
Having someone other than the student prepare any portion of the student’s homework, paper, project, laboratory report, take-home
examination, electronic file or application, other than for a teacher-approved collaborative effort
Permitting another student to copy any portion of another student’s homework, paper, project, laboratory report, take-home examination,
electronic file or application other than for a teacher-approved collaborative effort
Using any portion of copyrighted or published material, including but not limited to electronic or print media, without crediting
- Any other action intended to obtain credit for work that is not one’s own.
Frequently asked questions:
How does summer school affect fall semester placement?
Summer school teachers recommend course placement for fall. Summer School counselors are available to adjust classes as needed.
What if I forgot my password?
To request a duplicate copy of your password contact the Summer School office by e-mail email@example.com or by
phone at 847-486-4748.
How do I pay for a course I have registered for?
Payment is not needed at the time of registration. Beginning, April 3, 2019, Families will receive an email invoice notifying
them of any summer school fees due on a daily basis. All fees must be paid Wednesday, April 3, 2019 (full refunds will be
provided by request until Friday, April 12, 2019; no refund will be provided after that time).
How do I get approved for a class for which I am not currently approved?
If you have not been pre-approved to register for a specific course in which you are interested, contact your counselor to
discuss the approval of that course.
What is an audit?
An audit is an indication on the transcript that a student attended a particular class where no credit is issued. Any student
taking an audit must adhere to all class and summer school policies. A student-initiated audit must have both teacher and parent
approval and be filed in the Summer School Office within the first two days of the summer school semester. Audit forms may not
be turned in before the start of summer school. Teacher-initiated audits can be done anytime during the summer school semester.
What if I want to take a class pass/fail?
Students must comply with the regulations of the home school when choosing the pass/fail option. This elected option must be made
within the first two days of the summer school semester. A parent signature is required to elect this option. For GBN/GBS differences,
please refer to the Parent/Student Handbook of your particular school. Pass/Fail forms may not be turned in before the start of summer
What about withdrawing from a class?
A withdrawal (“W”) from a summer school class can only occur within the first two days of summer school. A “WF” which is a withdrawal
with a failing grade will occur at the discretion of the summer school directors or the deans.
What is the final exam policy?
Final examinations are given on the last day of each semester. Students must be present for their final examination or they will receive
a zero for an exam grade. There will be no final exams administered early or after the last day of the summer school semester.
How are my grades recorded?
Grades for summer school courses are listed on a student’s transcript and will be included in the student’s GPA. (This provision
includes summer school courses taken in the summer prior to freshman year.)
When will I get my grades?
Grades will be mailed for the first semester courses in July and second semester courses in August. No grades will be given out by phone.