Summer School

Our 2021 summer school programs are going to be the biggest RSD has ever had! And it will be FREE for all students! 

NOTE: RSD Summer School programs are open to only enrolled RSD students.


For students in Grades 3-12

MA-1: 9 to 11 a.m.
MA-2: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Location: Richland High School, Room 1043


  • June 21 – 24
  • June 28 – July 1 No Class
  • July 5 – 8 No Class
  • July 12 – 15
  • July 19 – 22

Non-credit class designed for the enjoyment of creating art while using the clay medium. Come and enjoy making a variety of clay creations in an open studio setting. Students will experience both hand built projects and the potters wheel as they decide their interests. Classes meet Monday through Thursday.

For questions contact instructor Robert McMinn at

Careers & Financial Literacy

Students must be entering Grade 11 or higher.
7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Richland High School, Rooms 3202 & 3206

Masks must be worn until further notice

Students must be In-Person during these dates.

Week 1: June 16 & 17
Week 2: June 21 — 24
Week 3: June 28 — July 1

This is a financial literacy and career exploration course filled with key concepts and skills young adults need to be successful in post high school life. The financial literacy component of this course will expose you to basic concepts that will help prepare students for employment, further education and financial security. In addition, students will prepare employment documents and participate in a mock interview. This course provides key support in meeting a non-credit graduation requirement: High School and Beyond Plan. GRADUATION REQUIREMENT. CTE Dual credit may be possible from CBC for students who pass with an 85% or better.

Elementary Program

Let's Go Camping! In-Person Summer Learning For Grades K-5

June 21 — July 29, Monday through Thursday, 8:45 to 11:45 a.m. with Monday/Wednesday and Tuesday/Thursday cohorts.

Exploring the world around you through literacy, hands-on science, engineering and mathematics.

Contact your child's elementary school office with questions and to register.

Middle School Program

Choose Your Learning Adventure! In-Person Summer Learning For Grades 6-8

June 21 — July 29, Monday through Thursday, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.

Develop your inquiry, problem-solving, design and personal growth skills through coding, robotics, engineering, STEM and the arts.

View Course Descriptions

Contact your child's middle school office with questions. 

High School Program

June 16 — July 22

Summer School 2021 Course Catalog

Register Online:

  • Login: Power School Username, Password (contact your current school for more information if you don’t have this yet)
    • Or: Login can also be Username: student ID and Password: Student Last Name
  • Click on student name you are shopping for
  • Under “Shop” click on “Items at all schools”
  • next to “School type” click on “District Office”
  • next to “School” click on “District Office” (again)
  • Next to “Categories” click on “Summer School”
  • Next to “Categories” select from the choices
  • Select appropriate course(s) and add to cart (see note)
  • Pay for courses (credit/debit card required)

Location:  RHS Room 3207

All APEX courses are online.  Students do not need to attend lab dates or times.  Assessments will be unlocked upon request.

Masks must be worn when on site.

Teachers for Each subject area are available

Week 1: June 16, 17 
Week 2: June 21 - 24
Week 3: June 28 – July 1
Week 4: July 5 – 8 Building closed No In-person (distant learning)
Week 5: July 12 – 16
Week 6: July 19 – 22

Our high school summer learning opportunities are provided to allow students to complete credits needed for graduation as well as a course on Careers & Financial Literacy. Each course is worth .5 credit or 1 semester. All courses are taught online with in-person assistance from certificated teachers available at Richland High School. (No in-person assistance will be available the week of July 5-8).

Students should contact their high school counselor to confirm the exact class needed. Students are encouraged to register for no more than two courses at a time in order to be the most successful. If a student needs another course throughout the summer and there is still time to complete it, they may request registration be reopened.

Any additional questions can be directed to Dave Filipy, High School Summer School Coordinator, at (509) 967-6425 ext. 1326 or