Helias Catholic High School’s 2023 Summer School session will run from Tuesday, May 30, through Friday, June 23. Classes will meet Monday through Friday at Helias Catholic.

Click on this link to access the online Summer School registration form.

The course fee is $210 per course. Each Summer School course will earn 0.5 credit, and the grade will be included on student transcripts for the 2023-24 school year. 

Students may request to enroll in one or two Summer School courses. The first class session will run from 7:45–10:00 a.m., and the second session will run from 10:15 a.m.–12:30 p.m., with a shortened schedule June 23 for final exams.

Daily attendance is expected, and no more than three absences are allowed in order to earn credit for Summer School courses. Any absence must be pre-approved by the instructor.



Online registration for Summer School 2023 will open at 12:00 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2023.

Every effort will be made to place students in their requested classes. Currently Catholic Social Teaching/Service is the only class with a space limitation, with up to 30 spots available for seniors.

Incoming freshmen who wish to register in Summer School courses must have completed an application to attend Helias Catholic for the 2023-24 school year. Incoming freshmen who have already completed an application but have not yet received notification of acceptance may submit Summer School registration as soon as it is available starting Jan. 10.

Once new student enrollment and returning student re-enrollment packets are available for the 2023-24 school year, students must complete the enrollment or re-enrollment process, including payment of the $150 first-time enrollment fee for new students, before they will officially be enrolled in Summer School classes.

Families will be billed through FACTS for all Summer School course requests, and students will be enrolled once payment is received. 

Course offerings

Classes available to all students:

  • Geography
  • Health
  • Physical Education
  • Word Processing

Classes available to students at certain grade levels:

  • Digital Design (sophomores, juniors and seniors only)
  • Catholic Social Teaching/Service (seniors only; limited to 30 students)
  • Catholicism 101 (designed for incoming non-Catholic students)

Dress code

Physical Education: PE uniforms consist of navy shorts and a Helias Catholic T-shirt. If needed (not required), Helias Catholic Physical Education T-shirts are available to purchase for $10 in the main office during school business hours and on the first day of Summer School. Students may wear their own navy shorts.

For other classes, the dress code is a collared school uniform shirt tucked in with khaki pants or jeans. Pants must be clean with no holes, tears or frayed bottoms. Students must wear a belt if pants have belt loops. Leather-soled shoes, including tennis shoes, are acceptable and should be clean without holes.