summer school

noun
1.
study programs offered by a school, college, or university during the summer to those who wish to obtain their degrees more quickly, who must make up credits, or who wish to supplement their education.
2.
a school offering such programs.

Origin:
1870–75, Americanism

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summer school
 
n
a school, academic course, etc, held during the summer

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Example sentences
And that doesn't count alumni giving, summer school tuition, and maintenance of matriculation fees.
They get summers off, get paid extra if they work summer school or coach, and work short days.
Before starting, it is recommended that a copy of the summer school form be available.
And they don't have to make them up in summer school.
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