Academic Acceleration Programs

The CCHS Summer Acceleration course are now closed.
If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Jesse Gonzalez at


Deadline: Friday, March 16th  

On-Campus Courses

6 Week Courses

Session One (Semester One)
June 18 – July 6 (no class July 4)

Session Two (Semester Two)
July 9– July 26

8:15 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

All courses except Spanish 3 and P.E. are six week courses.

8 Week Courses

Session One (Semester One)
June 11 – July 6 (no class July 4)

Session Two (Semester Two)
July 9– August 2

$550 per semester (Remediation) course for CCHS Students ($1,100 for the year)
$650 per semester (Acceleration) course for CCHS Students ($1,300 for the year)
$900 per semester course for non-CCHS Students ($1,800 for the year)
$100 registration fee (non refundable)                                                                              
*Spanish 3/C Spanish 102 Dual Enrollment Spanish ($650 + $100 Reg Fee = $750)
*$300 iPad deposit may apply for non CCHS students (refundable)     

Sign up for all of your summer programs at once to avoid paying multiple $100 registration fees.

A minimum number of 10 students must be enrolled for a class to run. All summer school final exams must be taken on campus on the assigned final exam dates. A student may not be absent on the day of the final exam, and there will be no alternate/make-up final exams.

Attendance Requirements

Due to the short nature of the summer session, students must attend all class meetings. Only one absence per three-week session is permitted. On the second absence of a session the student is automatically dropped from summer school and tuition will not be refunded.

If a student is absent:
All absences must be accompanied by a parent call into the attendance office (858) 523-4001 by 9am on the date of the absence. Students must be present the final day of each session for the final exam. No exceptions or accommodations will be made for alternate test dates. Absences on the final day will result in a zero on the final and possible “F” for the course.

If a student arrives late:
All late students must report directly to the attendance office before reporting to class. Student are allowed two tardies per session, the third tardy will result in an absence. Any tardy or absence thereafter for the session will result in dismissal from the course and tuition will not be refunded. Any tardy over 40 minutes is considered an absence. Two absences in a session is an automatic drop from summer school.

If a student leaves early:
Early departures require a phone call to attendance from a parent.  Attendance will then deliver a passport to the student prior to departure. Departures more than 40 minutes early will result in an absence. Two absences will result in dismissal of the course with possible “F” and no refund. Early departures within the 40 minute time frame will result in a tardy. Students are allowed two tardies per session, with the third tardy resulting in an absence. Any tardy or absence thereafter will result in dismissal of the course with possible “F” and no refund.

Important Course Load Information

Students are allowed one year-long course during the summer or a total of 10 credits. PE is the only class available in addition to the 10 credit academic courses.  

Science & Math: Courses being remediated must correspond with the semester that was failed.  All other remediated courses are interchangeable and offer flexibility.

Spanish 3/C SPanish 102 Dual Enrollment – Mira Costa College: This is a weighted courses with potential college credit for the UC and CSU system.  This course is taught by Mira Costa Professors via online using blackboard connect and VHL.  Students sign up for this course through the standard CCHS summer school registration portal and will receive transcripts from both CCHS and Mira Costa College. This is an 8 week course with only one final exam on the last day of the 8 week session.

Online PE: Online PE is offered for both acceleration and remediation.  This PE course can be taken as one semester (5 credits) or two semesters (10 Credits).  This course requires students to submit daily/weekly exercise logs. Course work for this class includes a health component with worksheets, quizzes and online assignments. Students are strongly encouraged to commit to a timeline as not to fall behind. There are no finals for this course and students are not required to be on campus the last day of each session.

Economics and Government (rising seniors):  These semester long (5 credit) courses are offered session one (June 18 – July 6) or session two (July 9 – July 26). Each course is 3 weeks long and can be taken in any order.  

Final Exams: MUST be completed at CCHS on July 6 and July 26 (August 2 for Spanish 3). There is no final for Spanish on July 6th. The only final for Spanish 3 is on August 2nd. There is no final for Online PE.

Virtual Office Hours:
TBD by each teacher. Students will be notified in June.
Teachers will be available via email for questions and will respond within 24 hours Monday through Friday.

Online students must attend a mandatory orientation on one of the following dates in the CCHS Lecture Hall:
Monday, May 14th at 1:30 p.m.
Wednesday, May 16 at 7:15 a.m.
Wednesday, May 23 at 2:30 p.m.

An email will be sent to all enrolled students in online classes with more details regarding the orientation.

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