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Middle School Summer Learning

Join us for a reimagined middle school summer learning opportunity! Students will be taught by certified teachers with WBSD curriculum resources with special education and ESL support will be available.

Students will experience engaging theme weeks, Brand Yourself and Lakers Take Action! and much more while learning in multiage classrooms (grades 5-7) with flexible grouping options. Students completing 8th grade will have their own unique offerings detailed below. 

Registration Opens on April 19 - No Cost to Families!

Middle School Summer Learning Overview

Students in Hallway at Abbott

Middle School Summer Learning Opportunities (Grades 5-7)

In-Person Details

  • West Bloomfield High School
  • 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
  • June 16 - July 9 AND/OR July 19 - August 13 (M-F)
  • April 19 - May 21 Registration Window
  • Transportation available
  • Breakfast and Lunch available at no charge
  • Early Bird and Late Stay Childcare will be available through Community Education for an additional fee
  • **(Programming funded by Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund)

Additional Information
  • Socially distanced classrooms, lunch and recess
  • CDC safety protocols will be followed
  • Breakfast and lunch will be provided (Funded by FDA Grant)
  • Transportation will be provided upon request while registering
  • Multiple field trips planned

Virtual Details

  • Zoom classrooms
  • 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
  • June 16 - July 9 AND/OR July 19 - August 13 (M-F)
  • April 19 - May 21 Registration Window
Additional Information
  • Materials Provided

Program Highlights

  • Themes: Brand Yourself and Lakers Take Action!
  • Students will have an opportunity to Take Action experience electives in a new way. Some options might be theater, technology, physical fitness/sports and service learning projects
  • Brand Yourself - Does your student know who they are and the importance of being able to to communicate that to others? As part of the summer school experience students will explore their likes and dislikes, who they want to be as a student, friend and family member and think about how they can stay true to themselves as the world changes around them.
  • Possible field trips and guest speakers include college tour, ropes course and more!
Smiling Middle Schooler with computer
Middle School STEAM Instruction

Middle School Summer Learning Opportunities (Grade 8)

In-Person Details

  • Location: West Bloomfield High School
  • 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
  • June 16 - July 9 AND/OR July 19 - August 13 (M-F)
  • April 19 - May 21 Registration Window
  • Transportation available
  • Breakfast and Lunch available at no charge
  • Early Bird and Late Stay Childcare will be available through Community Education for an additional fee
  • **(Programming funded by Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund)

Additional Information
  • Socially distanced classrooms, lunch and recess
  • CDC safety protocols will be followed
  • Breakfast and lunch will be provided (Funded by FDA Grant)
  • Transportation will be provided upon request while registering
  • Multiple field trips planned

Virtual Details

  • Zoom classrooms
  • 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
  • June 16 - July 9 AND/OR July 19 - August 13 (M-F)
  • April 19 - May 21 Registration Window
Additional Information
  • Materials Provided
West Bloomfield Middle School logo

Virtual Credit Advancement

WBSD middle school students who have completed 8th grade and are interested in completing physical education or health over the summer for credit.

  • PE and Health only
  • Virtual Coursework and WBHS Learning Lab
  • 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
  • June 16 - July 9 AND/OR July 19 - August 13 (M-F)
  • April 19 - May 21 Registration Window
  • WBSD mentor T/W/TH
  • WBHS Lab will be open and staffed with a WBSD teacher (optional)

 

 

Program Highlights

  • Themes: Brand Yourself and Lakers Take Action!
  • Students will have an opportunity to Take Action experience electives in a new way. Some options might be theater, technology, physical fitness/sports and service learning projects
  • Brand Yourself - Does your student know who they are and the importance of being able to to communicate that to others? As part of the summer school experience students will explore their likes and dislikes, who they want to be as a student, friend and family member and think about how they can stay true to themselves as the world changes around them.
  • Possible field trips and guest speakers include college tour, ropes course and more!
Middle School students in a computer lab
Middle Schooler Presenting to Class