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  • For students who want to complete or retake high school coursework, or those with learning disabilities, summer is a good time to learn skills to help make your academic experience better. Summer options for study include one-on-one academic and learning support at programs with campuses throughout King County including Dartmoor and EA2, with special options for those with ADHD or other learning disabilities. In many cases, high schools will provide credit for these courses. In addition, EA2 can help support students taking UW online courses achieve college credit.
  • For those interested specifically in languages, including many not available in local high schools, consider the Seattle Language Academy for high school credit, or Washington Academy of Languages and local community colleges for college credit. Remember to check with your high school to assure that credit will apply prior to registering for classes.
  • Looking for ways to volunteer during the summer? Use this website to explore your options by location, age and category of opportunity.
  • Plan for Summer activities including jobs and internships, and explore volunteer opportunities. Learn more about summer options and get advice from the free, public service summer camp advisory service.



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