Welcome to the Northwest Career & Technical Academy’s Summer Session Info Page!If you would like to receive updates on summer school, you can sign up HERE
Applications: A paper application will be posted in April. Please note that priority will be giving to current NCTA consortium member districts. (Anacortes, Bellingham, Burlington-Edison, Concrete La Conner, Meridian, Mount Vernon and Sedro Woolley) Students from other districts are encourage to get applications in right away so when seats are opened for non-consortium districts, they'll be in line already!Who is Eligible? Summer Session is open to incoming 9th graders through non-graduated seniors.
Dates and Times: Summer session dates will be evaluated and finalized after spring holiday. Typically, we start the day after the last of of the regular school year in June. Classes run from 8AM to 3PM daily. There will be a 30 minute lunch each day.
Cost: Free! There is no cost for summer school except for possible small fees such as food handlers cards, etc.
Lunch: The Mount Vernon School District will be able to provide Simplified Summer Feeding Program for Children at the Main Campus. Breakfast & Lunch Served Daily Monday through Friday. Meals will be made available at no charge to children 18 years of age and younger. Other students will need to bring their lunch daily as there are no vending machines on campuses.
Credit: Students can earn a semester (0.5) high school occupational education credit for successful completion of a summer school class. Students taking the Family Health course will earn a semester (0.5) high school health credit. Attendance is mandatory to receive credit. For extenuating circumstance regarding attendance, please connect with the Director regarding credit.
Transportation: No transportation provided except through Bellingham School District. Transportation is the responsibility of the student and/or parent.
Questions: For more information about classes, call 360-848-0706.
Special Assistance: NCTA needs to be advised in advance of the start of summer school regarding students requiring special assistance such as one-to-one educational aides, IEP accommodation, 504 accommodation, etc. If a student requires specific accommodation during the regular school year, the same accommodation is required during summer session. NCTA will coordinate accommodation needs with the student's sending district.