If you’re in HS, I would 2-3x per week to make the mileage easier.
M - 5 miles easy am, 6 miles easy pm T - 3 mi up, 4 mi tempo, 3 mi down W - 5 miles easy am, 6 miles easy pm T - 8 miles easy F - 3 mi up, 4 mi fartlek, 3 mi down S - 10-12 miles S - off
Another variation would be to use to your tempo as your long run. And recover more on the weekends.
M - 5 miles easy am, 6 miles easy pm T - 3 mi up, 4 mi tempo, 5 mi down easy (continuous) W - 5 miles easy am, 6 miles easy pm T - 8 miles easy F - 3 mi up, 4 mi fartlek, 3 mi down S - 8 miles easy S - off
Only reason why I'm not doubling the 11 miles into 5/6 or a variation of that, is because I want the benefits of doing a continuous run of 70-90 minutes for capillarization. The 60mpw is more lydiard-esque, with 2 long runs, one longer run, and then two workouts, and then one day chill and one day off.
Every runner is different. Try to get a couple of coaching sessions. Let a guy who knows what he is doing watch you run. The approach would likely be different than what you are proposing.
Your approach will help you be a better runner but it may also stump you in other ways ways. Clearly, if you put in the effort regardless of how you do it, you will run better in the fall with 60mpw vs 0 mpw.
Find the local youth clubs. Many of them have great coaches. In my area alone, I know 2 former Olympians (and a third '84 that I met by chance at the track), and many former D1 college runners. There is a lot of talent out there. They will charge you about as much as it would cost your parents to mow a 1 acre lot. I think you will get more appropriate advice to the type of runner you are than you could possibly get from LRC. Understand there is no penalty for the online person who gives bad advice. You are the only one who pays for it by working hard and eventually thinking that you may not be all that talented. In reality, the approach may be sub-optimal.