Summer 2022 Registration is OPEN until June 24th

  • 2022 Summer Session: June 22 – August 3

    Summer Tutition*: High School Credit Courses for graduation - $200/semester; Elementary and Non-Credit Courses - $120/course

    *We are unable to provide refunds once Summer Session starts. Please request a refund prior to the start date and be aware that they will take 6 - 8 weeks to process.



  • Summer School Orientations are held virtually. You must attend one:

    • Wednesday, June 22
    • Thursday, June 23
    • Tuesday, June 28

    Elementary Strategies Orientations are 4:00p - 5:00p

    Middle & High School Orientations are 6:00p - 7:00p

Class Offerings

High School Credited Courses $200

  • Only for students entering Grades 9 - 12 in the Fall.
  • Two semester courses maximum

Career and Technical (CTE)/Fine Arts

  • Certificated Computer Application Specialist (CTE)
  • Digital Photography A or B (CTE or FA)
  • Drawing, Sculpting, Painting A or B (FA)
  • Music Theory A or B (FA)
  • Web Design (CTE or FA)

English

  • English 9 A or B
  • English 10 A or B
  • English 11 A or B
  • Bridge to College English 12 A or B

Fitness/Health

  • Health
  • Intro to Fitness
  • Intro to Fitness - Student Athlete
  • Lifetime Fitness A or B
  • Lifetime Fitness A or B - Studet Athlete

Math

  • Algebra 1 A or B
  • Geometry A or B
  • Algebra 2 A or B
  • Pre-Calculus A or B

Science

  • Anatomy and Physiology A or B
  • Biology A or B
  • Chemistry A or B
  • Physics A or B

Social Studies

  • Civis
  • Current World Affairs
  • World History A or B
  • US History A or B

Non-Credited Courses $120

  • Only for students entering grades indicated below in the Fall.
  • Two course maximum.

Elementary - Grades K-6th

  • Literacy Strategies
  • Math Strategies

Middle School - Grades 7th-8th

  • Literacy Strategies
  • Math Strategies
  • Algebra 1 A or B (HS credit, $200)
  • WA State History
  • College, Career, & Life Readiness
  • Algebra 1 Bridge
  • Geometry Bridge
  • Spanish 1 - 4 Bridge
  • SAT/PSAT Prep

High School Level - Grades 9th-12th

  • WA State History
  • Algebra 1 Bridge
  • Geometry Bridge
  • Algebra 2 Bridge
  • Pre-Calculus Bridge
  • Calculus Bridge
  • Spanish 1 - 4 Bridge
  • French 1 - 4 Bridge
  • SAT/PSAT Prep 

Bridge courses: Register for the course you will be enrolled in for Fall.

 

Summer School Scholarship - SPS Students only

Spokane Virtual Learning offers limited need-based scholarships for summer school on a first come first served basis. The requirements to apply for the scholarship are below:

  • The student must be currently registered with Spokane Public Schools
  • Scholarship only applies to one high school graduation-required course taken in the summer session.
  • The student must print and submit the following to the SVL office by mail or drop off M-F 3-4 PM (at The Hive 2904 E Sprague Ave, Spokane, WA 99202) no later than April 30th
    1. A signed SVL Scholarship Application
    2. A signed SVL Scholarship Summer School Registration Form
    3. Acceptable proof of need (one of the following):
      • Photocopy of Free and/or Reduced Lunch Welcome Letter from Nutrition Services (a replacement of the letter may be obtained from Nutrition Services by calling 509-354-7270 or online at Nutrition Services' Website)
      • Court Document verifying State Dependency
      • Heart Program participation verification
    4. $20 Payment for the Class

Scholarship packets must be complete to be accepted or considered.  Decisions will be made on a first come first serve basis per school.

On May 1, any unclaimed scholarships for your school will be opened to those waitlisted.

Registration for Students Outside of Spokane Public Schools

Thank you for your interest in taking an online course with Spokane Virtual Learning (SVL).  Since your student is not enrolled with Spokane Public Schools, we want to ensure that you and your district are aware of and agree to information regarding credit(s) earned by taking a privately enrolled, parent-paid course with Spokane Virtual Learning.

Please download, review, and sign the Out of District Credit Transfer Agreement which will need to accompany your registration.  To register please contact the District Support Specialist at 509-354-7546 or Brendag@spokaneschools.org

What's the difference between A & B sections?

An A section is the first semester of a year-long course and a B section is the second semester.  One of the advantages of SVL is the flexibility to take courses that may not be offered in your building.  SVL is able to offer A and B sections during both Fall & Spring semesters with the following exceptions:

Fall Semester

  • A sections of World Languages courses only
  • A sections of AP courses only

Spring Semester

  • B sections of World Language courses only
  • B sections of AP courses only
  • Fitness Options for Student Athletes

    Student athlete fitness courses are for high school students only. Through SVL, student athletes can meet the activity requirement of their fitness courses through participation in school or community-directed sports. Student athletes simply enroll in their fitness courses through SVL and complete the academic portion of their fitness course online during the semester. Student athletes should match up their season to the corresponding semester. 

    Students participating in community-directed sports must meet all three of the following criteria:

    • Be supervised by a coach at least three times per week
    • Participate in competition outside of training
    • Accrue at least 60 hours of activity within the semester
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  • SV Policies & Expectations

    Please review the following documents prior to registering. Students intending to take a SVL/SVA course must agree to these terms, conditions, and policies as online learners.