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2018 Summer School classes will be held at Calabasas High School. Please be sure you meet the prerequisites before enrolling. 

Students wishing to take a class for the first time MUST enroll in both semesters of the desired class (the equivalent of a full academic year) or no credit will be granted by the student's high school. For example, students who want to take Algebra I for the first time must enroll in Algebra I, semester 1, AND Algebra I, semester 2. 

Middle School Workshop

Workshop Description   Dates
Mastering Middle School

This one-day workshop is for students entering 6th grade in fall 2018 who need extra support with the transition to middle school. Current 6th and 7th graders were asked what they wished they had known before entering 6th grade. Their feedback designed this course. Topics will include organizing work, note-taking strategies, time management and effective study habits.

This one-day workshop will be repeated at each of the LVUSD middle school campuses. Students must attend at the middle school they will be attending in the fall.

 

On the following Saturdays:

June 30 at A.C. Stelle

July 14 at Lindero Canyon

July 15 at A.E. Wright

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

 

On Campus Summer School Classes

Course Prerequisites, if any Credits
Freshman Seminar

Freshman Seminar *NEW FOR 2018* (9th grade class) Replaces World Geography and Health requirements for LVUSD students.

  6 weeks = 10 credits
Social Studies

World History P (10th grade class)

  6 weeks = 10 credits

U. S. History P (11th grade class)

  6 weeks = 10 credits

American Government P (12th grade class)
To be taken in conjunction with Economics P
*If only Amer. Government P is needed, 3 weeks, full school day = 5 credits

  3 weeks (full school day) = 5 credits

Economics P (12th grade class)
To be taken in conjunction with American Government P
*If only Economics P is needed, 3 weeks, full school day = 5 credits

  3 weeks (full school day) = 5 credits
Math
Algebra I P C or better in prior math class 6 weeks = 10 credits
Geometry P C or better in Algebra I 6 weeks = 10 credits
Algebra II P C or better in both semesters of Algebra I AND Geometry 6 weeks = 10 credits
Math Analysis P   B or better in both semesters of Algebra II 6 weeks = 10 credits
Science
Biology P C or better in Algebra I 6 weeks = 10 credits
Chemistry P - meets for 3 additional Fridays: June 29, July 13 and July 20 C or better in Algebra I AND Geometry, current grade level 10-12. The rapid pacing of this class requires strong math skills. 6 weeks = 10 credits
Physiology P C or better in Biology 6 weeks = 10 credits
Physical Education/Dance
Dance I (meets P.E. requirement for 9th and 10th grade or can be Visual and Performing Arts credit for grades 9-12)   6 weeks = 10 credits
Visual and Performing Arts
Dance I (Visual and Performing Arts credit for grades 9-12 or meets P.E. requirement for grades 9-10)   6 weeks = 10 credits
World Languages
Spanish I P*   Enrollment limited to students who have a D or F grade in a prior Spanish I class 3 weeks = 5 credits or 6 weeks = 10 credits
Spanish II P*   Enrollment limited to students who have a D or F grade in a prior Spanish II class 3 weeks = 5 credits or 6 weeks = 10 credits
Spanish III P   C or better in Spanish II OR prior D or F in Spanish III 3 weeks = 5 credits or 6 weeks = 10 credits
English
English I P* Enrollment limited to students who have a D or F grade in a prior English I P class 3 weeks = 5 credits or 6 weeks = 10 credits
English II P* Enrollment limited to students who have a D or F grade in a prior English II P class 3 weeks = 5 credits or 6 weeks = 10 credits
English III P* Enrollment limited to students who have a D or F grade in a prior English III P class 3 weeks = 5 credits or 6 weeks = 10 credits
English IV P* Enrollment limited to students who have a D or F grade in a prior English IV P class 3 weeks = 5 credits or 6 weeks = 10 credits

*Classes of different levels of English or Spanish may be offered in the same room to meet minimum enrollment requirements. Students will receive appropriate instruction for their level. 

 

Bell Schedule

*NEW START TIME FOR 2018*

The schedule for on campus classes is below. Please be aware that it is possible to receive two tardies in one day if students are late to class or after breaks.

Period 1 8:00 - 10:30 a.m.
Nutrition 10:30-10:50 a.m.
Period 2 10:55 a.m. - 1:20 p.m.

Prerequisites

Please note: Students and their parents or guardians are responsible for any prerequisite requirements. Knowledge Counts does not check prerequisites. Students and parents or guardians acknowledge that LVUSD will not accept grades from summer school courses if these requirements have not been met. Students from other districts or schools are responsible for ascertaining if courses will be accepted for credit towards their high school graduation requirements.