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Due to record numbers of registrations and conflict with district graduation ceremonies, the May 30th information meeting at Boone County High School will be CANCELED!


Information regarding District Summer school will be emailed to parents who have registered their student.


District Summer Credit Information 2019

District Summer Credit offerings are through a blended learning model of in-person and virtual curriculum offerings.

Your student’s home high school may also offer summer credit courses.  Those registrations are handled directly by the home high school, and not through this registration link.  The District Summer Credit Program is offered as an additional option for students and families.


All of the curriculum can be completed entirely through a virtual platform.  There will be no requirement for students to meet with their assigned teacher.  Teachers will have office hours and locations available for student assistance as needed.


District Summer Credit programs will be offered in one session:  June 3-June 30, 2019


Initial meeting date for the session will be May 30 at 6:00PM at Boone County HS


Registration closes May 17th.


Each course costs $150.  All courses will count in the student’s GPA.


Payment will be assigned through the Infinite Campus Fee portal.  You will receive an email when payment can be made.  All fees paid are non-refundable.


All payments are due by May 17th


Kenton County students attending Ignite Institute that would like to participate will have to pay by check.


Checks can be made out to:

Boone County Schools District Summer Credit Program

Attn: Colette Coomer

8270 US Highway 42

Florence, KY 41042


The following courses are being offered from June 3-June 30


PE only ($75)

Health only ($75)

Digital Literacy

PE and Health ($150 for both)

History and Appreciation of Visual and Performing Arts


Algebra 1 – The criteria for Algebra 1 will be any student in the 8th grade that was in Algebra 1 but had a score between a 70 and 79% or any student in 8th grade math that had above an 85%, or any 9th grade student that needs the course due to incompletion during the freshman year.




Register for courses on this Google Form:

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