“Intersession is a time where we’ll pause course progression & address learning gaps."


  • April 1-4 is Intersession Week in Aiken County Public Schools, an opportunity made possible by the modified academic calendar implemented this year. District educators will offer intensive support to elementary, middle and high school students during Spring Intersession, as well as a limited number of slots available to students interested in  programs for academic acceleration. 

    Students have been identified for Intersession based on academic need, unit recovery, and/or attendance/time recovery and encouraged to enroll. This opportunity is being offered at no cost to identified students or their families and is designed as a way to address areas of academic need and support students’ success in a course and overall achievement in an individualized and/or small group setting. 

Intersession Acceleration Opportunities

  • In addition to the offering for students identified for intensive support during Intersession, a limited number of spots are also available in pilot programs offered during Intersession for academic acceleration, including a Coding Camp as well as a Fine Arts opportunity. Both are open to Aiken County Public School students in grades 3-5. Registration opens Wednesday, March 13, at 4 p.m. for these Intersession Acceleration Programs and is offered on a first come-first served basis.

    Coding Camp is being held at North Augusta Elementary, from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. and will allow students to explore coding and programming through various platforms, such as drones and 3D printing, Robots, and Makey Makey in real-world problem simulations. 

    Fine Arts Camp is being facilitated through our partnership with the Jesse Norman School of the Arts and will feature Photography, STEM Art & Design and Music. Fine Arts Camp is being held at Byrd Elementary, from 8 a.m.-1 p.m.

    Breakfast and lunch will be provided each day of camp, Monday-Thursday, April 1-4. however students’ families will be responsible for their own transportation to and from the Coding Camp housed at North Augusta Elementary and Fine Arts offering at Byrd Elementary. Intersession Acceleration is being held April 1-4; hours are 8 a.m.-1 p.m. 

    For additional information, please see below.  

Spring Coding Camp

  • Please email Erica Millwood, Federal Programs Coordinator, with questions, emillwood@acpsd.net.   

    Registration opens on March 13 at 4 p.m. Space is limited to the first 60 students who register. Additional details and the link for enrollment are available by clicking on the words "Coding Camp." 

    Coding Camp Flyer

Spring Fine Arts Camp

  • Please email Dr. Kimberly Fontanez, Fine Arts Coordinator, with questions, kfontanez@acpsd.net

    Registration opens on March 13 at 4 p.m. Space is limited to the first 30 students who register. To register, please click on the words, "." 

    Fine Arts Camp Flyer

Community Educational Experiences and Camps during Spring Intersession/Spring Break

  • Regular school operations will pause during the week of Intersession (April 1-4), and the following week for Spring Break (April 8-12). There are a number of community partners offering educational camps and experiences for students and families during that time, in addition to the District's partnership with Quest Zone, which is offering a camp during Intersession. For details on Quest Zone's offering, please visit thequestzone.com/spring-break. 

    Quest Zone Spring Break Camp

    Organizations are encouraged to share the details of Intersession/Spring Break opportunities with our District by sending an email to communications@acpsd.net. A list of opportunities shared with our District which are offered during Intersession and Spring Break will be included below.