Get ready for another amazing summer
The CMSD Summer Learning Experience is back for a second year with something for scholars in preschool through 12th grade. The program will be held at more than 30 school sites throughout the city.
Meals will be provided. K-8 students will receive yellow bus transportation to and from the nearest K-8 school. High school students will receive tickets to ride RTA.
To participate in the Summer Learning Experience, students must attend a CMSD school or be pre-registered to enroll.
Last year’s Summer Learning Experience proved to be very popular, with more than 8,400 students signed up. Registration for this year's program starts April 25. This page will be updated as courses and camps are added.
FINISH, ENRICH AND ENGAGE (PreK-8)
Students who attend in the morning can finish the school year strong and participate in enrichment projects. The Finish portion of the day for PreK and kindergarten students will consist of hands-on, fun play-based learning experiences for students who are entering kindergarten and first grade. Students in grades 1-8 can choose enrichment projects in STEM, art, humanities or social justice. In the afternoon, students will engage in fun activities that involve community partners. They can sign up for a full or half day.
FINISH and ENGAGE (High school)
High school students can finish the school year strong by making up credits or earning credits for next year. In the afternoon, they can take advantage of employment or internship opportunities. They also can travel to the John Marshall Campus in the afternoon for CMSD-run camps in music, musical theater, cheer and pep squad, martial arts fitness and photography. A volleyball camp for female and male players will be available at East Professional Center.
COMMUNITY PARTNER CAMPS (New this year)
For three weeks before and after the Summer Learning Experience, students can participate in camps hosted by community partners such as the City of Cleveland, Cleveland Metroparks and Cleveland Public Library.