• Exciting Summer Opportunities

    Welcome to BISD's Exciting Summer Opportunities website. You can view the complete variety of summer opportunities to meet the needs of all Birdville ISD students during the summer 2022. Click on the icons below to view details in every area offered.

  • Athletics/Fine Art Camps
  • Bilingual/ESL Summer Enrichment
  • Camp Invention®
  • College Math Prep Class
  • Destination Imagination
  • Elementary Summer School
  • Extended School Year (ESY)
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • High School Information
  • Middle School Information
  • Out-of-District Students - HS Summer School
  • Summer PSAT/SAT Prep Class
  • Summer Reading Program
  • Summer School Handbook
  • Middle School Registration Information


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    Who? Any middle school student in need of remediation in Math, Reading, Science or Social Studies. What? Summer School Accelerate Instruction/Remediation to support student in area of academic need. When? The BISD Middle School Summer program runs from: Reading - June 6-9, Math - June 13-16, Science/Social Studies - June 21-23 (8 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.). Where? BISD Middle School Summer program will be hosted at North Richland Middle School. Why? Students are selected based on a combination of student grades and progress on identified skills needed for the next grade level. How? To register your child for summer school, call your school's office to get more information! Transportation will be provided. If you have any questions, please contact your child's teacher or campus counselor. 


     

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  • Birdville ISD Mission

    The mission of Birdville ISD is to ensure that all students position themselves to excel with integrity in an ever-changing global society through innovative and responsive learning environments.

    Birdville Summer School Programs

    Our mission is to provide our students with supplemental summer programs based on a curriculum aligned to standards, instruction based on best practices, and an assessment system that relies on data to make informed decisions beneficial to the needs of all learners.

    Summer school programming includes courses developed for academic intervention, accelerated instruction, credit recovery, educational enrichment activities, and high school level course acceleration. Some programs have specific qualification criteria and require an invitation to participate.  For questions about which summer school opportunities may be appropriate for your student, please contact your child’s counselor.