Course Enrichment. Credit Recovery.
Summer Session
Course Enrichment and Credit Recovery
Grades 6-12

Enrollment & Curriculum Flat Rate Fees: $575/month

Summer Session I
June 1st - June 30th


Summer Session II
July 1st - July31st


Summer session courses help students recover credit, get ahead, or explore new electives. It’s an exciting learning opportunity for students to earn course credits, get closer to graduation or prep for college entry exams. It’s also a time of one-on-one instruction to facilitate credit retrieval for students needing to repeat a course. For students who didn't pass a subject the first time, these courses are designed to teach "unlearned" concepts, letting students move past material they've already mastered.

Students may choose to take courses for credit or enrichment. Limited enrollment is available for students (grades 6-12). Students 5th grade and below require a review before being accepted into any Summer Session(s).

Get Ahead Program
Get prepared for the transition from middle to high school or get ahead with core subject summer immersion in areas such as Algebra, Civics, Language Arts, Biology, and more. Also offered are career-building electives or personal enrichment courses, including Computer Applications, Law and Legal, Health Care and more.
College & Career Courses for High School Students
The following two types of college courses are available to high school students:
  • College prep courses: Courses that provide for a student’s ability to succeed in college level work.
  • Dual credit courses: Dual credit is defined as college classes that are taken in high school and counts as credit for high school and college. Students in 9th-12th grade may apply for dual credit classes.
Credit Recovery
Credit Recovery is available for students (grades 6-12) who have failed specific courses or students that failed to complete the course or courses during the school year.

Students who failed any class at Crossroads Christian School during the school year must complete the course successfully in summer school to return to Crossroads. Crossroad students who fail courses may only recover those credits in Crossroad’s summer session.

Crossroads Christian School utilizes a rolling admissions process and therefore asks parents to promptly mail or turn in a completed Application Packet for each child. Crossroads Christian School reserves the right to deny admission to any student whom we determine would not benefit from the programs and services available at Crossroads Christian.

CCS does not discriminate or retaliate on the basis of gender, race, color, national or ethnic origin, or physical or cognitive disability in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, and other school administered programs. However, Crossroads Christian School does reserve the right to use appropriate selection criteria for employees and students to fulfill its stated goals and objectives.

All students must follow the academic and behavioral expectations of Crossroads Christian School summer session educators and administrators to complete courses successfully.

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* ALL fees are non-refundable.

Home School Terminology

CCS is a THSC Partner Group

The Texas Home School Coalition provides a wealth of information for the homeschool community and more info can be found on their website at

Home School Terminology

THSC definition of a home schooled student:
A home schooled student predominantly receives instruction in a general, elementary or secondary education program that is provided by the parent—or a person standing in parental authority—in or through the child’s home [Texas Education Code 29.916 (a)].

The parent or person standing in parental authority might contract with outside sources in order that the student receives additional instruction. For example, a private tutor, co-op class or a college class. However, this source or these sources do not circumvent the parent’s role in determining the overall success or failure of the student.

Home school group:
All home school groups on our list seek to serve families who meet the definition of home schooling. This means their children participate in the group, but the group will not attempt to become an authority over the student’s education, per the definition of home schooling. THSC Partner Groups meet criteria as defined on THSC Types of Groups.

Private school:
Private school is a broad category of describing any non-public school. This includes traditional accredited private schools that require daily attendance and tuition, unaccredited private schools which are similar but not subject to the same accreditation requirements, home schools which are a type of private school but not regulated the same way as other types of private school, and other options that are a hybrid of these different types. For example, in a university model school, a student might attend the school 2-3 days per week and then be schooled at home for the rest of the week.