Welcome to the
GREAT NECK SUMMER SCHOOL!
2020 REGISTRATION INFORMATION will be available in April 2020!
The Great Neck Summer School is a series of summer programs offered annually by the Great Neck Public Schools in Great Neck, New York. Click any of the links on the left of the page to access brochures, schedules, applications, and tuition information.
For 2019, all programs will be held at NORTH HIGH SCHOOL (35 Polo Road).
Our programs include:
Summer Enrichment: Open to students entering grades 5-9, this program includes over 30 different fun and exciting extracurricular courses, including Rocketry, Astronomy, Culinary Arts, Architecture, Instrumental Music, Sewing, Computer Programming, First Aid, Fine Arts, Drama, Forensics, and more!
Musical Theater: A drama, vocal, and dance performing arts workshop offered daily from 11:45 - 2:45 to students entering grades 5-9.
Academic Enrichment: We offer academic courses in the core subject areas for students to get a head start into the coming school year. Students entering grades 6-9 can register for classes in Math, English, Social Studies, Science, and/or ESL. All academic courses are offered as Enrichment, not remediation.
Elementary Enrichment: Our elementary program previews the curriculum of the upcoming school year. We offer courses in Reading for grades 1-5 and Math for grades 3-5.
ESL: English Language instruction for students entering Kindergarten through Grade 12.
High School: The high school program is designed to provide remedial instruction for high school students who must retake an academic course in order to receive credit.
Regents Exams: Students who are looking to take an August New York State Regents exam. The Regents tests for summer 2020 will be administered on Thursday, August 13th and Friday, August 14th. (Please note that New York State does not offer Regents exams in Physics and Foreign Language Regents in August.)
Regents Review: Students may register for an 11-day Regents review class offered the week before the Regents are administered. This is separate from a summer high school course for course credit.