Summer School for Middle School Students

Cabell County Schools will offer recovery school for students needing to gain credit for promotion or for high school graduation credits of failed courses.  Summer school is open to Cabell County Schools student who were enrolled as of June 1.  Registration is available through the school counselor or online.

Middle School Information and Registration Link


Students will attend:

Feeder middle schools to Huntington High School will attend Huntington East Middle School

Feeder middle schools to Cabell Midland High School will attend Milton Middle School


HEMS Orientation Thursday, June 21, Cafeteria: 1 PM

MMS Orientation Thursday, June 21, Cafeteria: 8:30 AM

Beginning Date

Monday, June 25, 2018

Ending Date

Thursday, July 26, 2018


Registration is open to students in grades 6-8 enrolled in Cabell County Schools on or before June 1. Registration will be completed by the student’s counselor by the last day for students. Students must live in county to attend summer school.

Cost: 1 Course- $40; 2 Courses - $60; 3 Courses - $75

Registration for middle recovery will also be held in the lobby of the Central Office, June 12-14, from 9 AM-12 PM.

The last day to register for summer school will be June 15, 2018.

Registration link is closed.  Please call 304-528-5000 


Students will attend during designated time blocks between 8:00 AM and 2:30 PM, Monday through Thursday. Attendance is required for successful completion of summer school.


Students will receive direct instruction in math and ELA recovery classes in combination with Odysseyware. Science and social studies recovery will be through online course in Odysseyware, an online course program. Unit and mastery tests are averaged for a final grade for the course.

Can Only Recover 3 credits

English/Language Arts 6-8* Math 6-8* Science 6-8 Social Studies 6-8

Transcription of Grades

The student’s failing grade will remain on the student’s transcript.The recovered grade will be the average of the original final grade with the Odysseyware grade/Classroom Instruction grade. For example: If a student failed ELA 8 during the regular school year with 55% and then received an 82% in Odysseyware during summer school, his/her transcript would reflect two ELA 8 courses: One will be the original course attempted and the other will be the 82% being averaged with the 55% for his/her cumulative grade point average. The original course grade will be excluded from the GPA calculation.


The summer program will be overseen by Summer School Administrator, Melissa Ash


8:00 Students arrive for first session.

Breakfast and Lunch provided free of charge through summer food program.

Starting Times: · 8:00 AM · 9:30 AM · 11:00-11:30 AM Lunch · 11:30 AM · 1:00 PM

**ALL students are dismissed at 2:30 PM**


HEMS site TTA bus passes are available upon request. MMS plans for limited bus service schedule to be determined.

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