Summer Academy FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Tri-Tech Summer Skills Academy

When is 2017 Tri-Tech Summer Academy?

Tri-Tech Summer Academy runs June 19th – July 7th with NO SCHOOL on Monday, July 3rd and Tuesday, July 4th from 7:45am – 3:15pm.

How do I register for Summer Academy?

Registration for summer school is online. Directions can be found on the following link: Summer School Registration Directions

What age does my student need to be in order to be eligible for Tri-Tech Summer Academy?

Students need to be high school age, so incoming Freshman-12th grade.

What classes are offered during Tri-Tech Summer Academy?

A link to a Course Description Catalog can be found on our website at

Can my student sign up for more than 1 class?

A student may only sign up for 1 class per session.  2017 Classes run all day from 7:45am – 3:15pm, June 19th – July 7th with NO SCHOOL on Monday, July 3rd and Tuesday, July 4th

The ONLY CLASSES offered 2nd session are Computer Applications 2 and Food and Fitness both at Kennewick High School.  You must have successfully completed Computer Applications 1 to enroll in Computer Applications 2 and the Food and Fitness course cannot be repeated.

How much does Tri-Tech Summer Academy cost?

Tri-Tech Summer Skills Academy is free of charge.

Are breakfast and lunch available during Tri-Tech Summer Academy?

Breakfast and Lunch are served daily, free of charge.

What credits can my student earn during Tri-Tech Summer Academy?

All courses are a 0.5 Occupational Ed or Elective credit unless otherwise noted below:

            Digital Photography    0.5 Art Credit

            Fiber Arts                    0.5 Art Credit

            Food & Fitness           0.5 Fitness Credit

            Interior Design            0.5 Art Credit

            Nutrition & Health      0.5 Health Credit

What is the attendance policy during Tri-Tech Summer Academy?

  • Students MUST be in class on the FIRST day to remain enrolled in the course
  • Students may NOT miss more than 1 full day of class (7 hours) to remain in the course and receive credit.
  • 3 tardies to class = 1 absence