Registration begins March 1, 2022 at 8:00 am.
Registration can be done online via a computer, tablet or phone. If registering online, a credit card must be used to make payment. This is a secure site and all student and credit card information is encrypted and secure.
You will need the following information in order to register online:
- Student ID Number
- Date of Birth
- Student’s School
- Household Zip Code
If you are unable to register online or wish to pay by cash or check, you may register in-person at your student’s school Monday through Thursday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Students approved for fee/meal waivers for the 2021-2022 school year will have summer school fees waived, with the exception of the registration fee. Registration fees will not be waived and must be paid with a credit card if registering online.
Families may apply for the District 214 Fee/Meal waiver through their Infinite Campus parent portal or through the office of the Associate Principal for Operations at the student’s home school.
Although many courses are available both online and in-person, each requires its own registration and cannot be changed once classes have begun. Any change requests will only be possible if space is available.
Students may register for ONE (1) in-person course per three week semester and ONE (1) six week online course.
For academic questions, please call your student’s counselor.
Upon logging in to the registration system, recommended courses will be shown first, followed by the full summer school course listing.
Recommended courses include those for which students received a failing grade in the first semester or the third quarter of the 2021-2022 school year or selective enrollment courses for which the student has been invited.
Each course selected in the registration process will indicate whether transportation is available and the associated cost. An option to elect transportation will be available upon check out.
For students selecting to receive bus transportation, bus stop and time information will be provided to students prior to the first day of their summer school session. It is the responsibility of the students to meet the bus at a predetermined location and time (i.e. sender or elementary schools) which will then transport them to their designated summer school site. Transportation is only provided to the student’s designated summer school site.