Courses for Rising 9th-12th Grades

Please register your student in the grade they will enroll in for the 2020-21 school year.

$435 per Semester (3 weeks)


Classes are subject to change and/or cancelation.  Please check back as we will continue to add new classes.

 

Any parent/student who registers during a time where they are not allowed to will be withdrawn from the class and refunded their registration cost minus a $75.00 false registration fee. They will then need to re-register at full cost on the appropriate day.

 

3-D Sculpture

Grades- 8th-12th 

Fall Semester- June 1- June 19, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

This course will explore a variety of mediums including papier-mâché, clay, textiles, metals and mixed media. Emphasis will be on creativity and concept through use of basic design elements, function, aesthetics, and craftsmanship using essential vocabulary and exploring art history from  various perspectives. Current trends in three-dimensional art along with the role of technology in the production of art and the current job market in the arts will be explored. This class earns 1 semester of elective credit towards graduation requirements.  


ACT Prep

Grades 9th-12th 

Fall Semester- June 1- June 19, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

This class dedicates 3 weeks focusing on each section of the test: English, Mathematics, Reading, Science, and Writing. A  carefully-crafted curriculum and expert teacher will give you the confidence you need to reach your goal ACT score. This class is for enrichment only.  

 

Algebra 1 Repeat 

Grades- 9th-12th

Fall Semester- June 1- June 19, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

Algebra 1 Repeat (Fall) meets from 8:00 – 12:20 Monday through Friday, during the first three weeks of summer school. This remedial course covers the material previously covered in the first semester of Algebra 1, or the material covered in both semesters of Algebra A. This course may be used to repeat the first semester of Algebra 1 where a D or F was earned, or to repeat either semester of Algebra A where a D or F was earned. This course may not be used for initial credit. Students who need to repeat the full year of Algebra 1 must also take Algebra Repeat (Spring) during the second three weeks of summer school. Students who need to repeat either semester of Algebra A will only take the first three weeks. The grade for this class will appear on the SMHS transcript, and five credits will be awarded for each semester completed. PREREQUISITE: Students must have taken two semesters of Algebra 1, or two semesters of Algebra A.


Algebra 1 Repeat 

Grades- 9th-12th

Spring  Semester- June 22-July 10, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

Algebra 1 Repeat (Spring) meets from 8:00 – 12:20 Monday through Friday, during the second three weeks of summer school. This remedial course covers the material previously covered in the second semester of Algebra 1, or the material covered in both semesters of Algebra B. This course may be used to repeat the second semester of Algebra 1 where a D or F was earned, or to repeat either semester of Algebra B where a D or F was earned. This course may not be used for initial credit. Students who need to repeat the full year of Algebra 1 must also take Algebra Repeat (Fall) during the first three weeks of summer school. Students who need to repeat either semester of Algebra B will only take the second three weeks. The grade for this class will appear on the SMHS transcript, and five credits will be awarded for each semester completed. PREREQUISITE: Students must have taken two semesters of Algebra 1, or two semesters of Algebra B.


American Government (P) 

Grade- 12th 

Fall Semester- June 1- June 19, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

A four hour class that meets for three weeks and offers five credits. Incoming seniors may take this class, which meets the high school graduation requirement for one semester of American Government. The course centers upon how our federal system works in response to major contemporary issues. UC Approved.


Boys & Girls Tennis

Grades- 6th-12th 

Fall and Spring  Semester- June 1- July 10, 2020

SMHS tennis courts.


Boys & Girls Water Polo

Grades- 6th-12th 

Fall and Spring  Semester- June 1- July 10, 2020

SMHS pool.


Color Guard Summer Session

Grades- 9th-12th

 June 2- July 9, 2020 4:00pm-8:00pm

The Color guard Summer Session is the recommended prerequisite for the SMHS 2020 Fall and Winter Color guard and is part of the fall Titan Marching Band & Color guard. Auditions for Fall Percussion will be held in Late April and Early May. Please be on the lookout for information about auditions as they will be posted in early April. Band Camp (July 27th-31st & August 3rd-7th, from Noon to 8:30 p.m.) is a mandatory requirement along with zero period Marching Band class (beginning of school through mid-November). Instruction will be taught by professional music and movement technicians. Course credit is not applicable. For questions, contact SMHS Music Director Mr. Horikawa at chorikawa@smusd.us.


Cross Country

Grades- 9th-12th 

Fall and Spring  Semester- June 1- July 10, 2020

Tues. Wed. & Thurs. Lacy Park flag pole (Virginia Road entrance)

Mondays & Fridays SMHS Track.

 

Dance Company Audition Prep

Grades- 10th-12th 

Fall and Spring  Semester- June 1- July 10, 2020 -6:00pm-7:30pm

Audition Prep (first 4 weeks) DCo auditions (last 2 weeks) Open to rising 10-12th graders. Students must be int/adv to adv level dancers with teacher approval. Current P6 dancers may take this class without approval. The class is meant to prepare those who are auditioning for SMHS Dance Co. The class is fast paced and technical. Each class is taught by a different choreographer who will lead warm up and across the floor, finishing with at least a one minute piece of choreography in the style of their choice. DCo auditions will take place during weeks 5 and 6.


Dance: Hip Hop

Grades- 8th-12th

Fall and Spring  Semester- June 1- July 10, 2020 -4:00pm-6:00pm

Open to grades 9-12. Dance experience is recommended. This class will be taught by 2-3 different instructors so that you get a variety of hip hop experiences. Hip hop is a high-energy class that infuses the latest styles of street dancing, breaking, popping, and locking. Classes will encourage students to step outside of the box by bringing their own individual style and personality to the movements.


Dance: Int. Contemporary/Lyrical

Grades- 8th-12th

Fall and Spring  Semester- June 1- July 10, 2020 -6:00pm-8:00pm

This is an intermediate level class. Students should be able to execute intermediate level techniques. Contemporary dance is a style of expressive dance that combines elements of several dance genres including modern, jazz, lyrical and classical ballet. Contemporary dancers strive to connect the mind and the body through fluid dance movements. The class will include warm up, across the floor combinations and choreography. This class does not earn high school credit.


Dance: Jazz Turns, Leaps and Jumps

Grades- 8th- 12th 

Fall and Spring  Semester- June 1- July 10, 2020 4:00pm-6:00pm

This is a technique class designed to focus on the leaps, jumps and turns that dancers perform in Ballet, Jazz and Hip Hop. After an intense warm up, dancers will work on jumps and turns in center as well as across the floor. This specialized class is a way to better your technique when executing basic leaps, center leaps, turns, and fouetté. This is an intermediate to advanced level class. For safety, a minimum of one year of dance experience is necessary.


Economics (P) 

Grade- 12th

Spring  Semester- June 22-July 10, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

A four hour class that meets for three weeks and offers five credits. Incoming seniors may take this course, which meets the high school graduation requirement of one semester of Economics. The course will emphasize an understanding of various economic trends, comprehension of the role of supply and demand and the offering of goods and services, and an understanding of the business cycle. The student will have an opportunity to apply theoretical knowledge to actual economic experiences. UC Approved.


English Repeat 

Grades- 10th-12th

Fall Semester- June 1- June 19, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

The Summer School English Repeat Course is designed for any student entering grades 10-12 who received a D or F in any or both semesters of English 1-2, English 3-4, or English 5-6. The course serves as a makeup and will focus on mastery of close reading, vocabulary development, basic grammar mastery, and writing skills, including literary analysis and argument. Literature selections for the course come from outside the SMHS academic year English curriculum, allowing students to explore new literary voices and topics. Each student will complete the Summer reading for their upcoming (Fall semester) English class by the end of the Summer course. This is a three-week course which meets Monday through Friday. It will make up for one semester of English, earning five credits. A student who needs to make up a year of English must take all 6 weeks. Course is open only to enrolled SMUSD students.


English Repeat (Spring Semester)

Grades-10th-12th

Spring  Semester- June 22-July 10, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

The Summer School English Repeat Course is designed for any student entering grades 10-12 who received a D or F in any or both semesters of English 1-2, English 3-4, or English 5-6. The course serves as a makeup and will focus on mastery of close reading, vocabulary development, basic grammar mastery, and writing skills, including literary analysis and argument. Literature selections for the course come from outside the SMHS academic year English curriculum, allowing students to explore new literary voices and topics. Each student will complete the Summer reading for their upcoming (Fall semester) English class by the end of the Summer course. This is a three-week course which meets Monday through Friday. It will make up for one semester of English, earning five credits. A student who needs to make up a year of English must take all 6 weeks. Course is open only to enrolled SMUSD students.

 

Football for Freshman: Strength & Conditioning & Practice

Strength & Conditioning: Tues - Wed - Thurs 7am - 7:45am

Practice: Mon-Thurs: 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Students enrolled in this section are required to attend both the Strength & Conditioning and Practice sessions.


Football for Returning Players: Strength & Conditioning & Practice

Strength & Conditioning: Mon - Tues - Thurs: 2:00 pm - 2:50 pm

Practice: Mon-Thurs: 3:15 pm - 5:45 pm

* Friday Practices: June 19th & June 26th (Time: TBD)

** Saturday Tournaments: June 20th (Arroyo HS), June 27th (Covina HS) 7:30am - Conclusion of Tournament.  Students enrolled in this section are required to attend both the Strength & Conditioning and Practice sessions.

 

Geometry (P) 

Grades- 10th-12th 

Fall Semester- June 1- June 19, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

A four-hour class that meets from 8:00-12:20 for three weeks and offers five credits. Geometry (P) (Fall) covers the first semester of Geometry. This is an extremely concentrated math experience for students who wish to put in highly disciplined study outside of class. PREREQUISITE: Students entering 10th grade or above who have earned 80% or higher in both semesters of Algebra 1, or 90% or higher in both semesters of Algebra B. U.C. Approved.

**YOU MUST SIGN UP FOR BOTH FALL AND SPRING SEMESTERS TO GET FULL CREDIT.

 

Geometry (P) 

Grades- 10th-12th

Spring  Semester- June 22-July 10, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

A four-hour class that meets from 8:00-12:20 for three weeks and offers five credits. Geometry (P) (Spring) covers the second semester of Geometry. This an extremely concentrated math experience for students who wish to put in highly disciplined study outside of class. PREREQUISITE: Students entering 10th grade or above who have earned 80% or higher in both semesters of Algebra 1, or 90% or higher in both semesters of Algebra B. UC Approved.  **YOU MUST SIGN UP FOR BOTH FALL AND SPRING SEMESTERS TO GET FULL CREDIT.

 

Geometry Repeat

Grades- 10th-12th

Fall Semester- June 1- June 19, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

Geometry Repeat (Fall) meets from 8:00-12:20 Monday through Friday, during the first three weeks of summer school. This remedial course covers the material previously covered in the first semester of Geometry, and may be used to repeat the first semester of Geometry where a D or F was earned. Students who need to repeat the full year of Geometry must also complete Geometry Repeat (Spring) in order to complete the year long course. The grade for this class will appear on the SMHS transcript and five credits will be awarded for each semester completed. PREREQUISITE: Students must have previously taken two semesters of Geometry.

 

Geometry Repeat

Grades- 10th-12th

Spring  Semester- June 22-July 10, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

Geometry Repeat (Spring) meets from 8:00-12:20 Monday through Friday, during the second three weeks of summer school. This remedial course covers the material previously covered in the second semester of Geometry, and may be used to repeat the second semester of Geometry where a D or F was earned. Students who need to repeat the full year of Geometry must also complete Geometry Repeat (Fall) in order to complete the year long course. The grade for this class will appear on the SMHS transcript and five credits will be awarded for each semester completed. PREREQUISITE: Students must have previously taken two semesters of Geometry.


Girls Basketball

Grades- 5th-12th

Fall and Spring  Semester- June 1- July 10, 2020

SMHS big gym.


Girls Volleyball ( JV & Frosh)

Grades- 9th-12th

Fall and Spring  Semester- June 1- July 10, 2020

SMHS small gym.


Girls Volleyball (Varsity)

Grades- 9th-12th

Fall and Spring  Semester- June 1- July 10, 2020

SMHS big gym.


Graphic Design (Computer Graphics) 

Grades- 9th-12th

Fall Semester- June 1- June 19, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

In this three week, four hour daily course, students will learn the fundamentals of digital design including typography (letter & type design), layout and design, logo design, digital marketing, and communication. Students will be introduced to Adobe PhotoShop as well as Adobe Illustrator. This class is recommended for students interested in design and creative careers. Students will produce a digital portfolio. This class meets the 1 semester CTE graduation requirement.


Health/Life Skills 

Grades- 9th-12th

Fall Semester- June 1- June 19, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

This three week, four-hour daily class offers five credits.The high school years are a time of many changes and decisions. Health is designed to help students learn about their changing bodies, to help them sort out emotions and personal values, to aid them in maintaining optimum health as a lifelong process, and to show students how to take responsibility for making healthy decisions. Units of study include Mental Health, Stress, Nutrition, Drugs, and Sexuality. This course meets the high school graduation requirement of Health and includes the required CPR training. This course is open to freshman, with sophomores, juniors, and seniors having priority.


Health/Life Skills 

Grades- 9th-12th

Spring  Semester- June 22-July 10, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

This three week, four-hour daily class offers five credits.The high school years are a time of many changes and decisions. Health is designed to help students learn about their changing bodies, to help them sort out emotions and personal values, to aid them in maintaining optimum health as a lifelong process, and to show students how to take responsibility for making healthy decisions. Units of study include Mental Health, Stress, Nutrition, Drugs, and Sexuality. This course meets the high school graduation requirement of Health and includes the required CPR training. This course is open to freshman, with sophomores, juniors, and seniors having priority.


Intro to Business Management/Entrepreneurship (P) 

Grades- 9th-12th

Fall Semester- June 1- June 19, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

This one semester class meets for three weeks, four hours daily, and offers 5 credits. We will be preparing students for the world of Entrepreneurship. The focus of this class will be a work simulation. Each student will have a business to run and will learn about payroll, accounting, marketing, hiring, preparing invoices and working in a business community within the classroom. This class is project-based and all students will learn cooperatively with other students. This class meets the 1 semester CTE graduation requirement. UC Approved. Students may take only one semester of this class in the summer.


Intro to Business Management/Entrepreneurship 

Grades- 9th-12th

Spring  Semester- June 22-July 10, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

This one semester class meets for three weeks, four hours daily, and offers 5 credits. We will be preparing students for the world of Entrepreneurship. The focus of this class will be a work simulation. Each student will have a business to run and will learn about payroll, accounting, marketing, hiring, preparing invoices and working in a business community within the classroom. This class is project-based and all students will learn cooperatively with other students. This class meets the 1 semester CTE graduation requirement. UC Approved. Students may take only one semester of this class in the summer.


Introduction to Debate-beginning

Grades- 8th-12th

Fall semester- June 1- June 19, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

Introduction to Debate is a 4 hour, three-week course which is a "beginner" guide to competitive argumentation. Students learn how to analyze a resolution, engage in critical thinking, prepare debate cases, learn the art of cross-examination, and more, in preparation for competition on the SMHS Debate Team. This course earns five elective credits for SMHS students.  8th grade students do not receive a grade and/or high school credit. Not UC Approved


Introduction to Oral Interp Beginning

Grades- 8th-12th 

Spring  Semester- June 22-July 10, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

Introduction to Oral Interpretation is a 4 hour, three week "beginner" guide to competitive speech. Students learn public speaking skills, acting, research tools, persuasive writing, and more, in preparation for competition on the SMHS Speech Team. This course earns five elective credits for SMHS students.  Not UC Approved. 8th grade students do not receive a grade and/or high school credit.


Introduction to Mandarin 

Grades- 8th-9th

Fall semester- June 1- June 19, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

This three-week class is designed for students with no or little previous experience of

Mandarin Chinese language learning. The goal of this class is:

  1. to develop students’ basic Chinese proficiency in the four modalities of language

learning: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Students will learn Hanyu

Pinyin (Chinese pronunciation system), Chinese writing system, and Chinese

typing. Students will acquire Chinese communication skills through dialogues in

personalized mini-situations.

  1. to cultivate students’ interest in learning the language
  2. to develop students’ understanding and appreciation of the Chinese culture.

Course Topics

  • Mandarin Chinese sounding system: Five Tones and Pinyin
  • Chinese writing system: 30 basic Chinese characters/radicals, etymology,

Chinese character typing and Calligraphy

  • Songs and skits
  • Classroom Survival Expressions
  • Greetings/Self-Introduction
  • Family
  • Dates and Time
  • Daily Routines
  • Hobbies
  • Hands on projects on themes pertaining to Chinese Culture, Festivals and Customs. This course does not earn a grade or high school credit.

Marching Band Fundamentals

Grades- 9th-12th

Fall and Spring  Semester- June 1- July 2, 2020 6:00pm-9:00pm

This five-week course is a recommended prerequisite for all new and returning music students (except for Percussion and Color Guard students, see Percussion & Color Guard Summer Sessions) interested in joining the award-winning SMHS 2020 Titan Marching Band & Color guard. Course will cover music and movement fundamentals in preparation for the fall 2020 marching band season. Band Camp (July 27th-31st & August 3rd-7th, from Noon to 8:30 p.m.) is a mandatory requirement along with zero period Marching Band class (beginning of school through mid-November). Instruction will be taught by professional music and movement technicians. Course credit is not applicable. For questions, contact SMHS Music Director Mr. Horikawa at chorikawa@smusd.us.


Media Arts (P) 

Grades- 10th-12th 

Fall semester- June 1- June 19, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

This is a three week, four hour daily course. Television, radio, newspapers, magazines, cinema and the Internet are just some examples of media, which are overwhelmingly important to 21st century life. Media Studies seeks to offer understanding and skills in the way media work and to assess their impacts upon individuals and society. Through this course, students will be introduced to a range of key theoretical and practical aspects of Media as an Art (Media Arts). As an introduction, Media Arts provides an overview of core arguments about media and their role in society, focusing on various issues including ownership, meaning, bias and influence. The mastery of the standards below will prepare students for entry level/internship positions in the media industry. Upon completion of this course students will have a basic understanding of how various mediums work and how they are constructed to impact individuals and society. Work produced in class may be used to supplement applications for college and/or media programs and internship positions. One semester meets CTE graduation requirement, OR Two semesters meets the one year VAPA requirement. UC Approved


Media Arts (P) 

Grades- 10th-12th 

Spring  Semester- June 22-July 10, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

This is a three week, four hour daily course. Television, radio, newspapers, magazines, cinema and the Internet are just some examples of media, which are overwhelmingly important to 21st century life. Media Studies seeks to offer understanding and skills in the way media work and to assess their impacts upon individuals and society. Through this course, students will be introduced to a range of key theoretical and practical aspects of Media as an Art (Media Arts). As an introduction, Media Arts provides an overview of core arguments about media and their role in society, focusing on various issues including ownership, meaning, bias and influence. The mastery of the standards below will prepare students for entry level/internship positions in the media industry. Upon completion of this course students will have a basic understanding of how various mediums work and how they are constructed to impact individuals and society. Work produced in class may be used to supplement applications for college and/or media programs and internship positions. One semester meets CTE graduation requirement, OR Two semesters meets the one year VAPA requirement. UC Approved


Media Arts 8-9 A 

Grades- 8th -9th 

Fall semester- June 1- June 19, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

This is a three week, four hour daily course. Television, radio, newspapers, magazines, cinema and the Internet are just some examples of media, which are overwhelmingly important to 21st century life. Media Studies seeks to offer understanding and skills in the way media work and to assess their impacts upon individuals and society. Through this course, students will be introduced to a range of key theoretical and practical aspects of Media as an Art (Media Arts). As an introduction, Media Arts provides an overview of core arguments about media and their role in society, focusing on various issues including ownership, meaning, bias and influence. The mastery of the standards below will prepare students for entry level/internship positions in the media industry. Upon completion of this course students will have a basic understanding of how various mediums work and how they are constructed to impact individuals and society. Work produced in class may be used to supplement applications for college and/or media programs and internship positions.  One semester meets CTE graduation requirement, OR Two semesters meets the one year VAPA requirement for incoming 9th graders only. UC Approved.

 

Media Arts 8-9 B 

Grades- 8th-9th

Spring  Semester- June 22-July 10, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

This is a three week, four hour daily course. Television, radio, newspapers, magazines, cinema and the Internet are just some examples of media, which are overwhelmingly important to 21st century life. Media Studies seeks to offer understanding and skills in the way media work and to assess their impacts upon individuals and society. Through this course, students will be introduced to a range of key theoretical and practical aspects of Media as an Art (Media Arts). As an introduction, Media Arts provides an overview of core arguments about media and their role in society, focusing on various issues including ownership, meaning, bias and influence. The mastery of the standards below will prepare students for entry level/internship positions in the media industry. Upon completion of this course students will have a basic understanding of how various mediums work and how they are constructed to impact individuals and society. Work produced in class may be used to supplement applications for college and/or media programs and internship positions.  One semester meets CTE graduation requirement, OR Two semesters meets the one year VAPA requirement for incoming 9th graders only. UC Approved.


Percussion Summer Session

Grades- 9th-12th

Fall and Spring  Semester- June 1- July 10, 2020

The Percussion Summer Session is in conjunction with Marching Band Fundamentals and is a recommended pre-requisite for the SMHS 2020 Fall and Winter Percussion and is part of the fall Titan Marching Band & Color guard ensemble. Auditions for Fall Percussion will be held in Late April and Early May. Please be on the lookout for information about auditions as they will be posted in early April. Band Camp (July 27th-31st & August 3rd-7th, from Noon to 8:30 p.m.) is a mandatory requirement along with zero period Marching Band class (beginning of school through mid-November). Instruction will be taught by professional music and movement technicians. Course credit is not applicable. For questions, contact SMHS Music Director Mr. Horikawa at chorikawa@smusd.us.


Photography (P) (A) 

Grades- 9th-12th

Fall semester- June 1- June 19, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

A four-hour class that meets for three weeks. The course is open to

9 – 12 graders who desire to study art through the medium of digital photography.

Each student must have his/her own digital camera (no iPhones.)  One semester meets 5 credits CTE graduation requirement, OR Two semesters meets the one year 10 credit VAPA requirement. UC Approved.


Photography (P) (B)

Grades- 9th-12th

Spring  Semester- June 22-July 10, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

A four-hour class that meets for three weeks. The course is open to

9 – 12 graders who desire to study art through the medium of digital photography.

Each student must have his/her own digital camera (no iPhones.)  One semester meets 5 credits CTE graduation requirement, OR Two semesters meets the one year 10 credit VAPA requirement. UC Approved.


Roblox Developers

Grades- 6th-10th

Fall semester- June 1- June 19, 2020 3:00pm-5:00pm

Roblox Developers: “Roblox Developers” is a course that introduces students to Roblox Studio, an environment that allows them to create games in 3D environments and publish them online for their friends to play. Creating a game in Roblox Studio involves building the environment, adding characters and parts to interact with, and coding scripts to govern the rules of the game. This course is designed to teach players of Roblox games to become creators of Roblox games. Programming will be done in the Lua programming language.

 

SAT Prep

Grades 9th-12th

Spring  Semester- June 22-July 10, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

This class dedicates 3 weeks focusing on Reading, Writing and Language, and Math. You’ll become deeply familiar with the format of the SAT and learn strategies to identify the concepts being tested in each question. So when test day rolls around, there are no surprises. You can approach this test,  knowing you are well prepared to perform at your very best. This class is for enrichment only.


SMHS JV/Varsity/Cheer/Song

Grades- 9th-12th

Fall and Spring  Semester- June 1- July 10, 2020 -1:00-3:30pm

Summer Camp for 2020-21 San Marino High School Cheer/Song students only.  Conditioning, stunting and learning cheers will be conducted during camp.


Teachers Aide at Valentine Elementary (Internship)

Grades- 8th-12th

Fall and Spring  Semester- June 1- July 10, 2020 - 8:15am-12:00pm

Come help in the TK, Kinder,  STEM lab and out at PE! If you like working with young children and enjoy art, science and PE this is the place for you this summer. 50 Volunteer hours can be earned.  A proof of internship letter will be provided at the completion of summer school. Tuition is free! Students must commit to 6 weeks of summer school. Students report to 

Mrs. Duncan in Room 30 at Valentine.


US History (P) 

Grades- 11th-12th

Fall semester- June 1- June 19, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

A three week, four-hour daily class open to any incoming juniors. For initial graduation credit, students must enroll in both Fall and Spring semesters. Seniors who need to repeat Fall semester may sign up for only Fall semester. Fall tuition is required.  The course moves quickly and demands a great deal of reading and preparation outside of class. Students who have difficulty with reading comprehension or language may be better advised to take this course during the regular school year. Earns five of ten required credits for the U.S. History graduation requirement. UC Approved.


US History (P) 

Grades- 11th-12th

Spring  Semester- June 22-July 10, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

A three week, four-hour daily class open to any incoming juniors. For initial graduation credit, students must enroll in both Fall and Spring semesters. Seniors who need to repeat Fall semester may sign up for only Fall semester. Fall tuition is required.  The course moves quickly and demands a great deal of reading and preparation outside of class. Students who have difficulty with reading comprehension or language may be better advised to take this course during the regular school year. Earns five of ten required credits for the U.S. History graduation requirement. UC Approved.


World History (P) 

Grades- 10th-12th

Fall semester- June 1- June 19, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

A three week, four-hour daily class open to any incoming sophomores. For initial graduation credit, students must enroll in both Fall and Spring semesters. Juniors or Seniors who need to repeat Fall semester may sign up for only Fall semester. Fall semester tuition is required. The course moves quickly and demands a great deal of reading and preparation outside of class. Students who have difficulty with reading comprehension or language may be better advised to take this course during the regular school year. Earns five of ten required credits for the World History graduation requirement. UC Approved.     


World History (P) 

Grades- 10th-12th

Spring  Semester- June 22-July 10, 2020 8:00am- 12:20pm

A three week, four-hour daily class open to any incoming sophomores. For initial graduation credit, students must enroll in both Fall and Spring semesters. Juniors or Seniors who need to repeat Fall semester may sign up for only Fall semester. Fall semester tuition is required. The course moves quickly and demands a great deal of reading and preparation outside of class. Students who have difficulty with reading comprehension or language may be better advised to take this course during the regular school year. Earns five of ten required credits for the World History graduation requirement. UC Approved.