Summer School Information



Tuition is payable in full at time of registration, in cash, check, or money order.


  • $160.00 per course for Malden Public Schools students
  • $210.00 per course for non-Malden Public Schools students

Refund Policy

No refunds will be available after the close of registration. Tuition is refundable due to the cancellation of class due to insufficient enrollment. The Malden High Summer School Program reserves the right to cancel any course due to lack of enrollment.

Registration Dates

  • June 20 and June 21 from 12:00pm-6pm in MHS Main Office,
  • June 22 from 8am to 2pm in MHS Main Office,
  • June 25 from 8am to 6pm in MHS Main Office,

Summer Session

June 27 and 28, July 2 and 3, July 9 to August 2 (Monday through Thursday)

Summer Graduation Exercises: Thursday, August 2 @10:00 am in MHS Auditorium

Period 1 (8:00 am- 10:00 am) Period 2 (10:15 am- 12:15 am)
English 11-12
Math 2
US History
Foreign Languages
140 On-Line Courses
English 9-10
Math 1 & Math 3
World History
Foreign Languages
140 On-Line Courses

Tutoring: Available from 8:00 am to 1:30 pm –no additional cost

Attendance Policy: No more than two (2) absences will be allowed per course.

Grading Policy:

Progress reports will be distributed twice throughout the summer session. Grades include the quality of homework assignments, class work, tests and quizzes and a final exam.

Malden High School students are advised that the MHS school handbook states “ Summer School can only be used to replace one (1) quarter’s worth of work to average in with the other grades in that subject from prior school year”. Summer school report cards will be mailed on August 7, 2018.


All students will be issued a Malden High Summer School Handbook detailing this policy. Students are required to sign upon being issued the handbook, parents and students are expected to be familiar with it.

The Malden Public Schools is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate because of race, religion, ethnic origin, color, age, sex, or handicapping conditions either in its employment policies or in enrollment of students

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