TCAPS has many exciting summer learning and camp opportunities for children of all ages. All programs are available to children living in the Traverse area region as well as those visiting the area for the summer . Click on the sections below to view more information regarding all summer programs.
Grades 1-12: Athletics & LEAP Summer Offerings
Grades 9-12: Summer Academy: Initial Course & Recovery Classes
Initial Course and Credit Recovery Options
Summer Academy is open to all incoming 9th – 12th grade students. No residency is required. Summer Academy is a great opportunity for students needing to recover credits, wanting to accelerate, or looking to free up an hour for electives such as choir, band, or theatre.
2023 Classes and Teacher Support
TCAPS Summer Academy is a hybrid model of an online platform with in-person teacher support and/or workspace. The online platform is either Edgenuity or Brightspace, depending on the course. This includes online assignments, video lectures, and assessments. Classes combine the best of highly qualified TCAPS teachers with the effective use of interactive technology. Courses can be accessed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at school and at home. The programs provide rich multimedia presentations that engage students in the learning process.
- Hosted at West Senior High School, library
- Sessions are open July 10th to August 3rd, Mondays through Thursdays
- Highly qualified teacher support times and office hours are from 8:00 AM to Noon.
- Online courses are available 24/7 and are to be completed by August 3rd.
Visit the Summer Academy webpage for more information and to register online.
Grades K-5: Summer Explorers Club
Choose your weekly adventure and let the exploring begin!
TCAPS' Summer Explorers Clubs are designed to engage kindergarten through fifth grade learners during the summer months. Each week features different theme-based activities. Sign up for every week or just a few.
Explorers Clubs are licensed by the State of Michigan to assure safety, health, and quality measures are met. Staff members are certified in CPR/First Aid and have met training and regulation standards. Financial assistance may be available through the Department of Human Services (DHS) for qualifying families.
Visit the Summer Explorers Club webpage for additional program and registration information.