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Summer School 2013

Summer School will be July 8th to August 2nd.
Students must enroll with their school counselor.
For more information please visit our Summer School site.
For news articles related to summer school. 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

2013 Summer School

  1. Is there summer school for elementary and middle school students?

Unfortunately, budget restrictions do not allow for summer school for elementary and middle schools students but there is summer programming at various sites throughout the district.

 2. What is Credit Recovery Summer School?

It is summer school for students who do not pass core courses that are needed for graduation.

3. What students are eligible for credit recovery summer school 2013? 

In priority order:

1.     12th grade students (class of 2013) who received a D or F in a course not offered by Adult Education and are only missing 5 credits to graduate.

2.     12th grade students (class of 2013) who received a D or F in a course not offered by Adult Education and are missing more than 5 credits to graduate.

3.     9h grade students (class of 2016) who received an F in Algebra 1 (yearlong course) or Algebra 1A and 1B.

4.     11th grade students (class of 2014) who received a D or F in high school courses.

5.     10th grade students (class of 2015) who received an F in high school courses.

 4. Where will summer school course be held?

 Summer school will be held at the following school sites: 

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS

Geographic  Location

Chatsworth

Valley

Grant

Valley

Monroe

Valley

Polytechnic

Valley

Sylmar

Valley

Hamilton

West

Hawkins (C/DAGS)

West

Los Angeles

West

Belmont

East

Garfield

East

Jefferson

East

Lincoln

East

Huntington Park

South

Narbonne

South

San Pedro

South

South East

South

5. What are the dates and hours?

Credit Recovery Summer School dates are July 8, 2013 to August 2, 2013 from 8:30 a.m. to  11:50 am.

6. Will all courses be available at all sites for all students that apply?

 No, the number of courses will be limited and will vary from site to site.   

  7. How many classes can a student take?

 Students may only take one class.

  8. Will a meal be provided?

 Yes. 

  9. Is transportation provided?

 No.

  10. What other summer options will be available?

 Summer online and community resources will be made available at http://btb.lausd.net

 11. How many credits can a student earn?

 Students can earn a maximum of 5 credits (the equivalent of one course) in summer school.

 12. Will online classes be offered this summer?

 No.

 For resources, please visit the Beyond the Bell website at http://btb.lausd.net or call (213) 241-7900.  


 

News Articles

LAUSD summer school a 'sorry' experience with limited offerings

By Barbara Jones

Students feel deep cuts to L.A. Unified summer school program

Jed Kim | 

 

Rebooted summer programs make learning fun to prevent ‘summer slide’


 

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