Summer School & Math Academy 2019

2019 Extended Year Learning Program (EYLP) & Math Academy
Towson High School


Who: ‚Äč Summer school students have been recommended for high school credit recovery or credit advancement. Math Academy students have been recommended for math content and strategy enrichment. Seats are limited. Enrollment is on a first come basis.

What: Students in Summer School earn high school credits by interacting with the teacher, their classmates, and instructional materials using a computer and the Internet. This self-paced blended learning program allows students to progress through one course at a time.  It takes most students approximately 180 hours to complete a 1-credit course if they are required to complete every activity.

Where: Towson High School, 69 Cedar Avenue, Towson, MD 21286. 443-809-3608.

When: July 8 – August 2, 2019. 7:30 – 11:30 a.m.

How: Parent/Guardian must verify, sign, and return the EYLP or Math Academy Enrollment Form to your child’s school counselor no later than May 31, 2019. There is no fee for Baltimore County Public Schools students.

Transportation:  Parent/Guardian must indicate the need for transportation on the EYLP Enrollment Form. A list of summer shuttle stops and pickup and drop-off times are provided below. Pickup and drop-off times are also published on the Summer Programs Hotline 443-809-9855.

Summer Shuttle Stops for Towson High School:   

  • Halstead Academy: Pickup 6:47 AM; Drop-Off 12:30 PM
  • Hampton Elementary: Pickup 6:56 AM; Drop-Off 12:20 PM
  • Lutherville Elementary: Pickup 7:02 AM; Drop-Off 12:12 PM
  • Pleasant Plains Elementary: Pickup 6:51 AM; Drop-Off 12:29 PM
  • Riderwood Elementary: Pickup 7:08 AM; Drop-Off 12:05 PM
  • Rodgers Forge Elementary: Pickup 7:17 AM; Drop-Off 11:51 AM
  • Stoneleigh Elementary: Pickup 7:20 AM; Drop-Off 11:54 AM
  • Timonium Elementary: Pickup 7:00 AM; Drop-Off 12:16 PM
  • West Towson Elementary: Pickup 7:12 AM; Drop-Off 11:59 AM

Attendance:  To meet MSDE regulations for blended learning, students must attend class unless prevented by illness, death in the family, or court-related matters.

  • Students having more than four absences will be withdrawn.
  • Three days late for thirty minutes to 1½ hours will constitute one absence.
  • Students who miss more than 1 ½ hours in a school day will be marked absent for the whole day. 
  • Parent/Guardian will be contacted by phone when students are marked absent.
  • Once a student successfully completes a blended learning course with a passing grade, attendance is no longer required.

Special Education:  Students who currently receive special education services may register for an appropriate Extended Year Learning Program. Only classroom accommodations and testing modifications will be provided.