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Sign Up for 2015 Summer School and Camps

Would you like to help your students improve in some subject? Are you looking for fun, local, enrichment opportunities for your kids this summer? Several engaging learning opportunities are available to Snoqualmie Valley students this summer, at our schools and through community partnerships.
To register or learn more about the programs: click here now. Space is limited in some of the programs and registration deadlines vary, so don't delay in registering.

SVSD Summer Bridge Program*
For Grades 1-8: three sessions will run July 13-30 (Mondays-Thursdays), at Snoqualmie Elementary School.

The Snoqualmie Valley School District's Summer Bridge Program helps students in grades K-8 retain what they've learned and prepare for the upcoming year. This summer school program is highly effective and very engaging for students. Students receive extra support and encouragement from top-notch teachers, in a focused, small-class environment.
  • Session 1: Kindergarten to 1st Grade Transition (8-10:30am)
  • Session 2: Language Arts, Grades 1-8 (8-10:30am)
  • Session 3: Math, Grades 1-8 (10:45am-1:15pm)
Si View Summer School Camp
For Grades 1-8: three week-long sessions are available July 13-30 (Mondays-Thursdays), 1:15-6:30pm, at Snoqualmie Elementary School or Si View Community Center (depending on enrollment).

Si View Metropolitan Park District is offering enrichment summer school camp activities with scheduling that follows the school District’s Summer Bridge Program (see above). For parents who seek full-day options for their children, this combination may provide an ideal option.

New this year: For middle school students, Si View is offering a new Junior Leadership Development Program opportunity as part of the summer school camp options (in addition to Si View’s TRACs camp for grades 6-9).

Mount Si High School Summer Program
For Grades 9-12: the online program will run June 23-July 31, with testing at Mount Si High School.

Through the Mount Si Online Program, high school students will have two options for summer learning: Diagnostic Credit Recovery and Standard Credit Enhancement. Eight core subjects will be offered for Credit Recovery purposes to students who failed and need to re-take a course required for graduation. Also, students who want to get ahead by earning credits during summer can choose from 11 different subjects offered online for Credit Enhancement purposes.

Mount Si High School .5 PE Credit*
For Grades 8-11: the PE Class is offered June 22-July 6, 7:30am-4pm weekdays, at Mount Si High School and various Eastside/Valley locations. (No class on July 3 in observance of the Independence Day holiday.) There are limited spaces available in this class, so sign up early.
This outdoor adventure physical education course is an excellent opportunity for high school students, including incoming freshman, to earn a .5 PE credit that applies toward their graduation requirements. Students will receive instruction and hands-on experience practicing and mastering skills in outdoor sports like mountain biking, hiking, archery, tennis and golf.

Camp Invention
For Grades 1-6: July 6-10, 9:30am-3:30pm, at Snoqualmie Elementary School
Camp Invention inspires confidence in curious children! Not just for a day or week, but for a lifetime. At camp this summer, children entering Grades 1-6 will design and build their own inventions, revolutionize the video game world by creating the next big game: Mazeworld, compete in daily hydro-challenges, and design their own KartWheel™ racers. Camp Invention is a place where big ideas become the next big thing!

*Scholarship assistance is available to families who qualify for free or reduced school meals. To inquire, please email: or call: 425-831-4215.
For more information on times, costs, options, and how to register, please visit the 2015 Summer School Information page on the District website.