Summer School 2024


There are TWO primary, fee-based options for Summer School Classes:

Option 1:  Idaho Digital Learning Alliance (IDLA)

Option 1 Format                        Duration

Idaho Digital Learning Alliance (IDLA)



Dual Credit Classes: June 3-Aug 23(12 weeks)

Cohort Classes: June 10-Aug 16 (9 weeks)

Recovery Classes: June 17-Aug 16 (9 weeks)







IDLA Summer School Important Dates

Registration Begins April 1
Registration Ends

May 31 for dual credit classes,

June 7 for cohort classes

June 14 for recovery classes.

Drop/Refund Deadline

June 14 for dual credit classes

June 21 for cohort classes

June 28 for recovery classes

Date Range to Request Advanced Opportunities (AO) Funding

April 8-June 21

Use this information for your funding requests:

School Year: 24-25

Grade level: your next grade level

Term: Summer

IDLA Summer School Information:

  • Students may take IDLA summer school for the following reasons: enrichment, recovery, Driver’s Ed.
  • REGISTRATION PROCESS: students need to fill out this google form: Once this google form is filled out and processed, a FASTPASS code will be emailed to each student via their school email address with instructions on how to complete the registration process. This will be done on/after April 1.
  • DUAL CREDIT CLASSES: students taking a dual credit summer class will also need to register with the college providing the dual credit:
  • DRIVER’S ED: there are two sessions of Driver’s Ed that begins on June 3 or July 15 (6 weeks). Please note that the DMV requires a Verification of Compliance (VOC) form. Please request this form from the front office ASAP if students intend to take Driver’s Ed this summer.
  • RECOVERY CLASSES: Counselor-recommended summer classes (specifically for recovery and/or graduation requirement) will be communicated by email to students and parents. Students taking a recovery course through IDLA cannot use AO funds and will need to pay for the class out-of-pocket (through a credit card link) before starting the class.
  • SUMMER SUPPORT: If you need any help with IDLA summer classes for any reason, please contact our IDLA regional representative, Mindy Wilkins, 208-615-2353. The North Star Charter School IDLA Site Coordinator, Maria Chelko (counselor), will be unavailable during the summer months.


Option 2: College of Western Idaho (CWI)

Option 2 Format Duration
College of Western Idaho (CWI)

·        Online

·         In-person

June 3 – July 27, 2024

NOTE: this is direct enrollment with CWI and is completely optional. Any classes taken at CWI is considered dual credit (grades earned will be reflected on a college and high school transcript) and will need to be paid for by the student/family or the student’s Advanced Opportunities funds.

CWI Summer School Important Dates

Registration Begins March 4
Registration Ends May 31
Last Day to Drop Classes Without a W (withdraw) June 7
Last Day to Withdraw (W grade issued. This will affect your AO funds eligibility) July 12
Date Range to Request Advanced Opportunities (AO) Funding

Apr 8-June 21

Use this information for your funding requests:

School Year: 24-25

Grade level: your next grade level

Term: Summer

CWI Summer School Information:

  • Request funds through your Advanced Opportunities (AO) account:( for every dual credit class you take. *any class for which you take AO funds will go on your NSCS transcript.




North Star Charter School (NSCS) is a K-12 public charter school located in Eagle, Idaho. Founded in 2003, NSCS provides students a world-class education characterized by a safe, supportive and structured learning climate that encourages high academic achievement, intellectual confidence, leadership and virtuous citizenship. The school’s charter articulates the vision of its founders to think critically and to become virtuous citizen leaders in our local and world community.

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