Summer School 2021

Students will begin classes on Monday, June 21st

San Diego Unified School District will offer two options for summer school 2021: ONSITE (in person) and ONLINE learning (at home). Summer school is offered for remediation of core subject courses needed for graduation.

Priority deadline for the summer school application has passed,

however the district is still taking applications for the remaining spaces. 

 

(See below for ONSITE & ONLINE applications)

Onsite Option (In Person):

A student can earn up to 4 credits through two summer school sessions; two credits each session: 6/21/21-7/9/21 and 7/12/21-7/30/21.  Summer school site times are 8:30 A.M. - 12:50 P.M. or 9:00 A.M. - 1:20 P.M. You will receive confirmation from the district or the specific school site you chose with information about what your start time is on 6/21/21  (Mira Mesa will start at 8:30 A.M.)

 

The “Summer Experience” for secondary students is a human-centered learning opportunity that will meet students where they are, with the purpose of re-engaging, igniting passion, and providing options for credit through hands-on, minds-on  interdisciplinary projects (English, History, Math, and Science). Students that demonstrate content area competency will have the opportunity to earn high school credit and make-up the "D"s or "F"s that were earned in courses required for a high school diploma.

Summer School Sites: Clairemont, Hoover, Kearny, La Jolla, Lincoln, Madison, Mira Mesa, Mission Bay, Morse, Patrick Henry, Serra, University City

*Students can choose any site, but there is no transportation 

 

Please complete the application below by May 21st

if you would like your student to participate in ONSITE learning.

  • Click here for the summer application.                                                                                                                   (At this time space is limited. You will need to follow up with your chosen summer school site for any additional summer school information and scheduled classes. Summer school sites may not be able to provide confirmation of scheduled classes until the last week of school.)

Online Option (At Home):

A student can earn up to two credits taking Edgenuity courses from home through iHigh.  Online summer school is now being offered as two sessions, this is an update from the previously posted information: 6/21/21-7/9/21 and 7/12/21-7/30/21. Only one class will be offered per 3 week session. Courses will be offered for remediation in the following subjects: English, Math, Science, Social Studies, Language Other Than English-LOTE (Span & French ONLY). Click here for more information about online iHigh summer school.

Please complete the application below by May 21st

if you would like your student to participate in ONSITE learning.

  • Click here for the summer application.                                                                                                                   (At this time space is limited. You will need to follow up with your chosen summer school site for any additional summer school information and scheduled classes. Summer school sites may not be able to provide confirmation of scheduled classes until the last week of school.)

 

Click here for the district summer school webpage.

 

Who should enroll in summer school?

 

  • Any student who has earned a D or F in a class that is needed for graduation or college.

What if I am earning an "F" or "D" now and think I will need summer school?

If you think there is a good chance you will receive a D or F in a class you are currently taking, you can complete the summer school class application now. 

Are you a student athlete?

If you are a student athlete who plans to play sports in college, and are planning to do ONLINE summer school, please email your counselor so they know to put you in the correct NCAA/NAIA accepted course.  Also, confirm with your teacher on the first day of school that you are registered in the first-time Edgenuity course and not the remediation version. NCAA/NAIA do not accept the remediated version.

 

Courses offered for remediation in SDUSD summer school 2021.

Summer school offers classes that are needed to meet the minimum a-e requirements needed for graduation.  The a-e required course subject areas are Social Studies, English, Math, Science, LOTE (Only Spanish & French). 

VAPA, PE and College prep electives are not offered in summer school.

Advanced, Honors and AP Classes will be remediated by taking the regular college prep level course.  Therefore, the grade will get averaged into your GPA with the original grade, rather than grade replace.

Summer Enrichment Opportunities

Summer enrichment programming is being offered by the district’s VAPA, CCTE, and community partners throughout June, July, and August 2021. Enrichment opportunities will include sports camps, STEAM-based experiences, access to UCSD Extension courses, and UC Scout online AP courses. There is limited space in the college and AP courses. All enrichment options will be available for enrollment on the Level Up SD website https://levelupsandiego.org/