KISD Summer Programs for Students
Katy Summer Academic Term (KSAT)
KSAT is a Face-to-Face program 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.
AP Human Geography Summer Bridge Class
This is an optional 2 week online self paced summer course with a writing workshop that provides students with the necessary background knowledge and skills to help 9th grade students be more successful in AP Human Geography. To register and for additional information visit the AP Human Geography Summer Bridge website.
Camp Invention is a nationally acclaimed summer program where STEM concepts come to life. Currently identified GT students entering grades 2-6 participate in hands-on activities inspired by world-changing national Inventors Hall of Fame inductees. Students will work to create, collaborate, problem solve in a week camp. Two camps will be offered for the summer of 2020, June 1-4 or June 8-11. It will be at Griffin Elementary, for more information about Camp Invention, contact your campus Challenge teacher.
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.
Elementary Scoop on Summer Learning
Elementary Curriculum and Instruction department has curated many activities to engage students of all ages in summer reading, writing, science and math.
Free Breakfast and Lunch
Katy ISD has healthy summer meals for kids 18 and under at no cost 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.
Outdoor Learning Center Recreation Program
Students entering grades 3-6 may register for a single two week recreational session at the Kenneth Welch Outdoor Learning Center. Session and registration information can be found at the OLC website.
Secondary Summer Reading Program
Join the Secondary Summer Reading Challenge or participate in the KAP (formerly PreAP) and GT summer reading program. Information can be found on the Secondary Language Arts website.
Shaw Center Elementary STEAM Camp
The STEAM camp is for current 3rd and 4th grade students. Students will participate in hands on, theme based fun activities that explore science concepts covered in 4th and 5th grade. Shaw Center Elementary Camp Registration Information
Shaw Center Young Inventor's Summer Camp
The Young Inventor's camp is for current 5th, 6th and 7th grade students. Students work to create an invention to enter in the Young Inventors of America contest. Students also participate in science activities such as basic robotics, bottle rocket launches and other engaging activities. Shaw Center Young Inventor's Summer Camp Registration Information
STEM Summer Maker Camp
Stem Summer Maker Camp website.
Current 5th, 6th and 7th grade students will have the opportunity to learn about aerodynamics, design, food science, kinetic energy and other exciting fields. Registration and information is located on the