High School Summer School

High School SSI - EOC Retesters

EOC accelerated instruction is part of the Student Success Initiative where any student who has not passed the required EOCs are given a no-cost opportunity to receive intense instruction before the next administration of the EOC test.  Students are required to successfully pass the five EOC’s (Biology, Algebra I, English I, English II, U.S. History) to graduate from high school. Students seeking preparation assistance for EOC tests should attend the EOC accelerated instruction prep course.

  • WHEN: June 6-28 (17 days), Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m.-12 noon
  • ASSESSMENTS: June 25-29
  • WHERE: DeSoto High School, 600 Eagle Drive, DeSoto, TX 75115
  • TEST DATES: June 25-29
  • COST:No charge

Students who need multiple EOC prep - students can attend a PM session with Credit Recovery lab for one additional content prep


High School Summer School, Credit Recovery, and Acceleration

The academic courses are designed to provide 9
th-12th grade students an opportunity to restore credit lost during the regular school year. Courses are semester specific and all offerings are tentative – a course can be canceled if not enough students enroll.
  • SESSION 1 - AM - June 6-28 (17 days), Monday through Friday, 7:30-11:30 a.m.
  • SESSION 2 - PM - June 6-28 (17 days), Monday through Friday, 12:30-4:30 p.m.
  • WHERE: DeSoto High School, 600 Eagle Drive, DeSoto, TX 75115
  • COST: In-District $150 per course. Out-of-District tuition is $300 per course.
  • REGISTRATION: At DHS by June 1; no refunds once the course begins June 5
                                          CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
                                          (please click here to read these instructions before registering)
Algebra I English I Geometry  U.S. History
Algebra II English II Physics  World Geography
Biology English III Math Modeling with Applications  World History
Chemistry English IV Integrated Physics / Chemistry  

Food and Transportation- Both breakfast and lunch are provided on campus. Transportation is not provided.
Progress Reports - Sent home with students June 14, 2018
Final Exams - Students must pass module exam(s) to obtain credit recovery
Attendance, Tardies, and Absences - Students must be attendance for a minimum of 16 of the 18 classes in order to receive course credit; tardies are handled by the classroom teacher