More than 100 pre-k students are enrolled in four elementary schools in the district.
School officials are hoping to give the students the necessary tools they need to become successful in their academic careers.
The summer program offers kids an intimate setting, which is designed to help them flourish.
Gadsden County spokeswoman Shai Beckwith said, "There are only 10 children per class, which gives them a great one-on-one opportunity with the teachers, which is very important for children at this age as they're heading to kindergarten, and this is important to exceed at the next level."
Gadsden County is the only district that's busing its students to the summer program, all in an effort to give these kids a leg up.