Summer School

Program Information & 

Registration Request


Parent/Guardian of OHS Student,

At Owosso High School it is important for students to start the next in-coming school year with little to no classes to make up in order to be on track to graduate. This year we are offering the opportunity for qualifying students to do summer school online from home, because of the current COVID-19 situation.


Some parents may have received a letter from the academic counselors in order to communicate with students the counselors feel would benefit from recovering at least one or more semester classes during the Summer School 2020 credit recovery program. In order to give your student the best opportunity to recover needed credits and move toward being on track for graduation, the highlighted chart enclosed indicates the class(es) recommended for your student to retake. Please refer to that letter as you fill out this e-form.


For those of you you did not receive a letter, and if you are unsure what core courses to recovery, please contact your student's academic counselor for guidance (contact information below). 

Please use this online e-form to request to register for summer school. Upon receipt, Mrs. Pilon or an academic counselor will reach out to you to confirm an approved course recovery plan and make arrangements for fee payment. 


If you have any questions please feel free to contact your student’s counselor using the information below.

Owosso High School Academic Counselors:

Jerrry Ciarlino - Classes of 2021 & 2022


Derek Woltjer - Classes of 2023 & 2024


Summer School Credit Recovery
Program Information


Owosso High School’s summer school is a credit recovery program for students who are entering grades 10th, 11th or 12th and considered at risk of graduating. The summer school credit recovery program is designed to give students the opportunity to recover lost core credits during the two sessions shown below. Due to COVID-19 safety precautions, this year’s summer school credit recovery program available online from home.



  • A maximum of two (2) .50 credit attempts are allowed per session.

  • Attendance in both sessions provides students the opportunity of recovering 2.0 full credits.


  • Full Pay Fee = $100 each .50 credit, per course, per session.

  • Waiver Fee* = $25 each .50 credit, per course, per session.

*The low income household fee waiver program required qualification through the free or reduced school food program.

  • McKinney Vinto = Free, upon confirmation of application through counselor and social worker. 


SESSION 1: Jun 08-Jul 16, 2020*

Days: Mon-Thu

Hours: 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

*Summer School will not be held the week of Jun 29-Jul 3.

SESSION 2: Jul 20-Aug 20, 2020

Days: Mon-Thu

Hours: 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.


  • Space in each session is limited and filled on a first-come, first-serve basis.

  • Registration requires submitting a registration request e-form online at

    • If technology is a challenge, please leave a voicemail for Mrs. Pilon at 989-729-5495 or email her at, if needed, she will assist in the submission of a registration request e-form.

  • Once a registration request e-form is received, your academic counselor will contact you to confirm an approved recovery enrollment plan and arrange for fee payment.

  • Students who fail a recovery attempt in Session 1, can request to reattempt the recovery in Session 2 if the reattempt is (1) approved by administration and (2) the additional course fee is paid.   


  • Students will be allowed to miss 3 class periods before losing credit.




Owosso High School - Student Services Center

765 E. North Street, Owosso, MI 48867

(989) 729-5495 |

SSC Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:00 am-3:30 pm


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