• 2021 Summer Programs
    We are proud to offer a wide variety of educational options during the summer for our students. Please check back, more information coming soon.

    Elementary Programs
    Grade Level: TBD- By invitation only.
    Dates:          Information coming soon
    Enrollment is need based. For more info, please contact Tara House at
    (530) 582-2552

    Aim High (Middle School)
    Grade Level:  Accepted students entering 6th-9th grade in the Fall have daily schedules that include STEAM Challenges, Book Clubs, Issues & Choices Advisories and Community Circles and Afternoon Activities. Aim High expands opportunities for low-income middle school students and their teachers through a summer learning enrichment program. 
    Dates:            Information coming soon
    Location:  Hybrid, online and Kings Beach    
    AH@H (Aim High at Home):   Aim High Website
    Enrollment on a first-come, first-served basis. For more info, please contact Aim High or (530) 580-8029.

    High School Credit Recovery
    Grade Level:    Current ninth through 12th-grade students can remediate any class they earned a "D" or "F" that is required for graduation. Would you like to earn a "C" in an A-G approved course? If you're a motivated student who works well independently, then Apex Learning might be the place for you.
    Dates:          Information coming soon
    Times:           Determined by student needs
    Location:        Online - Distance Learning                    
    Enrollment on a first-come, first-served basis. For more info, please contact Greg Wohlman at (530) 582-2640.

    Boys & Girls Club of North Lake Tahoe
    Grade Level:    Welcomes all students in Grades K-12. 
    Dates:             TBD
    Times:            TBD
    Location:        Kings Beach Elementary
    For more info, please contact the Boys and Girls Club at (530) 546-4324.

    Adventure Risk Challenge (ARC)
    An immersive summer course combining leadership and literacy activities with outdoor experiences. Students participate in integrated English, Leadership and Environmental science classes for which they can receive elective academic credit. Activities include backpacking, rock climbing, white water rafting, and a ropes course. Tuition is on a sliding scale based on family income and full scholarships are available. First-generation students, English-language learners, and all students who are motivated to grow from a challenging, immersive experience are encouraged to apply. Priority will be given to students with financial need.
    Grade Level:  Accepted students entering 10th-12th grade in the Fall. 
    Dates:           July 5 -  August 7 2021 (overnights)
    Location:       Sagehen Creek Field Station, Truckee
    Adventure Risk Challenge Website
    Applications due April 23, 2021. For more info, please contact Kaela Frank or 207-837-9903.