Welcome to Washoe County School District Extended Studies!
MissionSupport all students in achieving academic success by offering optional means of acquiring a superior education.
EligibilityAll courses offered by Extended Studies are only available to students currently enrolled full time in a Washoe County School District school.
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Extended Studies Summer Office Hours - 8 am - 4 pm Monday - Friday
If you are interested in Middle School Summer school intersession, please contact your school Counselor for information.High School Summer School intersession information can be found below or by calling the school Counselor beforeJune 9, 2017:2017 High School Summer Graduation is August 4, 2017TMCC, Red Mountain Student Center, 5pmEmail completed applications by July 28, 2017 to Sherry Fairchild at email@example.com
Quick Links to Courses and Services Offered
|Community Service||Students may earn a ½ elective credit by submitting evidence of 60 hours of community service|
|Credit by Exam (CBE)||Credit by Exam gives WCSD high school students the opportunity to demonstrate proficiency in a particular subject. Subject categories include classes in Math, Social Studies, Science, Computer Literacy, and World Languages|
|Grad Boost Online||Grad Boost Online classes will focus on EOC remediation to Level 1 students to ensure they have the best opportunity to pass EOC exams|
|Grad Point||An option for middle school credit recovery|
|Homeschool Registration||An option for parents who wish to educate their children at home.|
|Job Experience & Training||Students 16 years of age and older and who are receiving a paycheck from their employer may earn ½ elective credit by participating in Job Experience & Training. Students must submit paycheck stubs totaling 60 hours and a resume within the semester|
|Physical Education (PE)||Students may earn a ½ PE credit per semester by taking group classes at an approved fitness facility. Students must participate in 60 hours of scheduled group classes taught by a certified instructor (video classes are not accepted) within the semester to earn credit. Students must complete a final project at the conclusion of the semester|
|Supervised Curriculum Physical Education (SCPE)||Students may earn a ½ PE credit per semester by participating in an approved pre-professional/ competitive sport|
|Travel Study||Students may earn a ½ elective credit by submitting evidence of 60 hours of educational travel|
|HS Summer Graduation||Seniors completing their graduation requirements during the summer are eligible to participate in the Summer graduation ceremony.|
Notice of Non-Discrimination and Web-Accessibility
The District prohibits bullying, cyber-bullying, harassment, sexual harassment, discrimination and/or retaliation in any of its educational programs/activities, employment, and employment opportunities. For the District's full Notice of Non-Discrimination statement as well as methods to address questions and concerns please visit our Notice of Non-Discrimination and Web Accessibility page.For more information, visit the Civil Rights Compliance Department page.