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Summer Learning Program

The Rochester Community Schools Summer Learning Programs are designed to provide students the opportunity to strengthen their academic skills.

Elementary Summer Learning Program 2022

*******Program is full*******

(Tuition Free For In District Students Only)

July 18, 2022 - August 4, 2022 M-TH 8:30am-12:30pm

Location: University Hills Elementary

600 Croydon, Rochester Hills

Elementary Summer Learning 2022 is full

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Financial Assistance Information (Available to Eligible Students, Gr. K-12)

**Reduced rates are available for students that receive Free & Reduced Lunch** Please contact the food service department to make sure your information is able to be shared with the Curriculum Department.
**Additional scholarships can be granted through our friends at RAYA (Rochester Area Youth Assistance). Please contact their office for more information at (248) 656-3558 or you can visit RAYA



Secondary Summer Learning Program 2022


Tuition Free credit recovery courses for the core classes for our RCS Students Only:

(Math, Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies)

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SLP Brochure

For more detailed information and list of courses offered, click on the brochure below. 

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SLP Quickview


Summer Music Theatre provides Rochester area students a safe and fun environment to explore their passion for theatre.  

Summer Music Theatre, also called SMT, continues to be an annual tradition for the Rochester area community.  Started in 1973 at Adams High School, SMT is now managed through the Summer Learning Program of the Rochester Community Schools and is a community wide education offering.


Rochester Community Schools Summer Music Theatre presents

 Anastasia, The New Broadway Musical  

Following a two-year hiatus, the highly acclaimed Rochester Community Schools (RCS) Summer Music Theatre (SMT) program has returned with the presentation of Anastasia, The New Broadway Musical.
Performances are scheduled for 7 p.m. from July 21 – 23, 2022, with an 11 a.m. matinee on Saturday, July 23. All performances will be held at the Stoney Creek High School Performing Arts Center, 6755 Sheldon Road, Rochester Hills. Tickets are available online for purchase at
“Summer Music Theatre is operated as a professional production, from auditions through staging, to technical arrangements, set design and orchestra accompaniments,” said JoAnna Pillsbury, SMT coordinator and Rochester Adams High School theatre director. “In less than six weeks, our dedicated artists present a Broadway quality show.”
This year, SMT will also welcome professional musicians who have toured on Broadway to mentor and play alongside the student musicians.
Anastasia, The New Broadway Musical, takes place in the 1920s, where a brave young woman sets out to discover the mystery of her past. Believed to be the last surviving daughter of Russian Czar Nicholas II, Anastasia (Anya) is pursued by a ruthless Soviet officer who is determined to silence her. She is then swept into a scheme to exploit the inheritance of 10-million pounds, which is being held in trust for the surviving heirs of the Romanoff dynasty. Anya enlists the help of a dashing conman and ex-aristocrat, and together, they embark on a whirlwind adventure to help her find home, love and family.
Arranged by Concord Theatricals, the production of Anastasia, The New Broadway Musical, was adapted from the book of celebrated playwright, Terrence McNally, and the 1956 and 1997 films, Anastasia. The musical was elevated for live stage with a new score by Tony Award® winners Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens.
Ticket pricing is $14 for students and seniors; adult tickets are $16. Donations can be made through the “donate” tab at

Bella H. plays Anastasia in the production

Anastasia cast rehearsal

Anastasia cast
student in SMT performance
cast of newsies
students dancing in SMT
student on stage for SMT
student SMT production




Summer Musical Theatre FAQ

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