Summer School 2021

All classes, including online and hybrid classes, will meet in person on June 2 and conclude on Friday June 25

As a Summer School student, you are still expected to abide by the basic Student Code of Conduct adopted by Cathedral High School. In addition, there are expectations and requirements of summer school. By taking part in summer school classes and activities you are agreeing to abide by these rules and expectations.  

iPads and Technology Onboarding for new students:

  • Incoming freshmen and new students will have their iPad set up on the first day of summer school, June 2.  
  • Students that ordered an iPad through Cathedral will also receive it on June 2.  
  • If you have purchased your own iPad, you must bring it to school on June 2 for onboarding.
    • The Technology Team recommends that iPads are 8th Generation 10.2" WiFi IPad with 128G storage.  You can also use a 6th or 7th generation,  just make sure you get the 128G version to ensure that your iPad has enough storage space.
  • Acceptable use policy applies to all technology used at Cathedral High School.

It is important that students have activated their new Cathedral email before summer school starts.  If you do not have your student’s Cathedral email address, contact your counselor to get it.  Once you have your student’s email, follow the instructions which are located in the link below.

Email set up instructions
A separate email will be sent by the technology department with additional technology information the week of June 7. 


Due to the shortened schedule for summer school. 100% attendance is expected. If an emergency arises and your student must be absent from school, please call the attendance line and report the absence at 317-542-1481, then option 1.

Missing more than two (2) days of any class will result in a grade reduction of 4% per day for each day missed beyond those two (2) days. 

Students will have the option to attend class virtually.  To attend virtually, the student must communicate the date and reason for going virtual with their teacher at least one day before going virtual so the teacher is prepared to present online.  Students that request to attend class virtually must be available for the class as instructed by their teacher.  A virtual absence is the same as an in-person absence for in-person classes 

  • Frequent absences will result in student being dropped from the class
  • Final exams will be on Thursday, June 24, 2021: therefore, this is a mandatory day of summer school.

Summer School Expectations

All classes, including online and hybrid classes, will meet in person on June 2.

Questions or Concerns

Use this guide for addressing concerns involving classes:

  1. Classroom teacher (contact info provided on first day of class)
  2. Summer School Administrator - Bill Peebles (
  3. Summer School Administrator - Howard Fogel (

We look forward to serving you!