Summer Programs for Students
Katy Summer Academic Term (KSAT)
KSAT will be offered online in 2020 for elementary, junior high and high school students to keep students engaged in learning. The high school program offers credit recovery and original credit courses. Details are located at Katy Summer Academic Term
Katy Virtual School (KVS)
KVS offers high school online courses for students during the summer, fall and spring. Courses are AP, KAP (formerly PreAP) and academic level. Courses are for incoming 9th - 12th grade students. For additional course and registration information access Katy Virtual School.
*FREE* Summer Enrichment Programs
*FREE* AP Human Geography Summer Bridge Class
The Bridge Course is a 2-week online summer course that includes a writing workshop and is offered at no cost. This optional self-paced course provides students with the necessary background knowledge and skills to be more successful in 9th grade AP Human Geography. To register and for additional information visit the AP Human Geography Summer Bridge website.
June 1-4 and June 8-11.
Camp Invention Connect balances virtual collaboration with independent, hands-on exploration for GT students. This is a virtual version of Camp Invention that includes lots of hands on building and creating with only about 20-30 minutes per day of optional online time. That means screen time and the need for parental involvement are kept to a minimum, while imagination, inspiration and hands-on creativity are unlimited. Materials are packaged and sent to each individual participant’s home address and then certified teachers coach a group of up to 20 students each through the week’s activities.
*FREE* CTE Summer Enrichment Activities
The Career and Technical Education Department is offering various at-home enrichment activities which will introduce students in both elementary and secondary levels to Katy ISD’s many career related programs. Each week will bring a new fun theme with lots of activities for students to explore. Parents/students check back after June 1 for access to the enrichment activities
*FREE* Elementary Summer Learning
Elementary Curriculum and Instruction department has curated a variety of activities and resources to engage students of all ages in summer reading, writing, science, social studies, and math. Learn more about Elementary Summer Learning.
*FREE* Free Breakfast and Lunch
Katy ISD has healthy summer meals for kids 18 and under at no cost available at the following campuses: Morton Ranch High School, Opportunity Awareness Center, Morton Ranch Junior High, Morton Ranch Elementary, and West Memorial Elementary. Students attending Williams Elementary’ s summer program can participate in the breakfast and lunch programs on this campus based on their eligibility. This site open only to enrolled students.
*FREE* KISD Summer Reading Program
Read books that interest you! Consider joining the Summer Reading Challenges hosted by Katy ISD librarians. For more information:
Tweet about what you're reading! Use the hashtag: #katyisdreads
*FREE* Secondary Summer 2020 Enrichment Resources
Other Summer Enrichment Programs
Credit By Exam
Credit by Exam is offered in accordance with the Texas State Board of Education rules. Information is located on the Research, Assessment and Accountability website.
Shaw Center Elementary VIRTUAL STEAM Camp
The STEAM camp is for current 3rd and 4th grade students. Students will participate virtually in hands on, theme based fun activities that explore science concepts covered in 4th and 5th grade. Materials will be provided to parents at home. Instructors will be online to guide students through hands on activities such as making cars, boats, stomp rockets etc. Instructors will also lead fun group virtual activities and discussions with an emphasis on famous scientists. Shaw Center VIRTUAL Elementary STEAM Through Time Camp
Shaw Center VIRTUAL Young Inventor's Summer Camp
The Young Inventor's camp is for current 5th, 6th and 7th grade students. Students participate virtually in hands-on science activities such as building and testing cars and boats, recording data and reporting results. Materials will be provided to parents at home. Instructors will be online and available during camp to give students feedback and lead fun group virtual activities. Students also are coached through the basic process of inventions and will have the opportunity to register in the Young Inventor’s Contest of America.
Shaw Center Young Inventor's Summer Camp Registration Information