The Central York School District is seeking board approval to offer 10 summer school courses to high school students and eight courses to middle school students.
Assistant Superintendent Robert Grove said the district had a great deal of success when some of the courses were offered last year with an online option.
"This technology really helps to meet the needs of our students," said Grove.
High school courses to be offered include: English, algebra, geometry, biology, earth science, American government, American history and world history.
Middle school students can select English, math, social studies or science.
Students may not take more than two courses, and many levels of core subjects are offered.
The district will offer the courses from mid-June until end of July at a cost of $150.
Students receiving reduced lunch will pay $45, and students receiving free lunch will not have to pay.
According to Grove, the offerings are currently just for students in need of remediation, but the district hopes to offer enrichment courses in the future to students looking to take extra credit and graduate early.
The board will vote on the matter on Monday at 7:15 p.m. at the educational service center.