Summer School

Summer School information will be listed during the spring of 2017. The classes available will be limited to graduation requirement classes only with no math classes and very few science classes.

General Summer School Information:

  • The Independent Studies Program allows students to work with greater flexibility, but less instruction. Students meet with their instructor by appointment, for a minimum of 30 minutes per week and complete their work at home, on their own. 10 credits maximum.
  • The Advancement Program allows on-track students to complete a course in advance in order to free up room in their regular schedule for other classes. These courses are taught on-line, though there is a minimum attendance requirement at the start of the course. 10 credits maximum.
  • The CVOC Migrant and Special Ed programs serve special populations. See your counselor or case manager for more information.
If you/your child needs summer school to make up a failure that has already occurred, the assigned counselor will make contact with the student about registration procedures. The regular deadline for summer school remediation programs is April 12th, 2017 by 4:00PM. If you have not heard from your counselor as that date approaches, or your situation changes in any way, please contact your counselor.

If it becomes clear as the spring semester progresses that you/your student may fail additional classes, you MUST NOTIFY YOUR COUNSELOR of the potential failure. You and your counselor can then determine the best plan for remediating the new failure.

There is limited availability in summer advancement classes for incoming 9th, 10th and 11th graders. The application deadline is April 12th, 2017 by 4:00PM. There is no summer advancement opportunity for incoming 12th graders.