Other summer school programs include:
• An expanded seventh-grade accelerated math academy at Jane Long and Stephen F. Austin middle schools. Cost $52,840; no tuition.
• An optional extended-year summer school at each of the three middle school campuses for students who are identified for retention. Cost $121,900; no tuition.
• A new TAKS academy for sixth- and seventh-grade students at each of the three middle schools who did not pass math or reading TAKS. Cost $91,300; no tuition.
• A new "Jump Start into High School" program for incoming ninth-grade students at Bryan High School to allow them to take five courses before entering high school. Projected costs will depend on enrollment; tuition is $100 per credit.
• A new TAKS academy for incoming Bryan High freshmen who did not pass math TAKS. Cost $19,050; no tuition.
• A special education extended-year school for qualified students in pre-kindergarten through high school. Cost $66,475; no tuition.
• A four-day Camp Invention for students entering second thought sixth grades in Bryan or College Station schools. The camp will be at Mitchell Elementary and tuition will be $179 to $199, depending on the student's registration date. Projected cost depends on enrollment.
• An elementary bilingual program for English language learners in pre-kindergarten to fourth grade. Cost $160,000; no tuition.
• An elementary option extended-year program for students in first to fifth grades who are identified for retention. The program, which will be offered at Jones, Carver, Neal and Mitchell elementary schools, will likely cost $350,000. No tuition.
The special education extended school year runs from June 4-27 and Camp Invention is from June 26-30. All other summer school programs will run from June 4-28.