Summer school registration will be available online beginning January 8, 2018. The deadlines for registration are as follows:
- Registration opens for Acceleration and Remediation January 8, 2018
- Registration closes for Acceleration March 16, 2018
- Registration closes for Remediation classes June 10, 2018
- Last day to cancel for full refund (less $100 Registration Fee) May 11th, 2018
Students will have six weeks to complete a full year acceleration course. Students will have until Friday, June 22, 2018 to withdraw from a class with no grade showing on their transcript. After June 22, 2018, a grade will be listed on the student’s transcript.
How to Register
Students will be advised by their counselors if they need to take classes for remediation. Students taking classes for enrichment/advancement must meet the prerequisites before enrolling in the course, and are encouraged to meet with their school counselor for advisement. Registration and payment for summer school classes is completed online. Go to “ACADEMICS”, scroll down to “SUMMER PROGRAMS” and choose either remediation or acceleration and follow the directions.
$100 registration fee (non refundable)
$550 per semester (Remediation) course for CCHS Students
$650 per semester (Acceleration) course for CCHS Students
$900 per semester (Acceleration) course for non-CCHS Students (remediation is not an option)
*C Spanish 102/Dual Enrollment Spanish 3 For CCHS Students only. *($650 + $100 Registration Fee = $750.00 Total)
Full Refund of class fees available if cancelled by May 11th, 2018, excluding Registration Fee.
What To Expect
Each semester is just four weeks long, therefore, summer classes are fast-paced. In addition to the four hours of instruction received each day, it will be important for each student to allocate additional time after school to work on homework. For online classes, an even greater time commitment is necessary. Online PE and Dual Enrollment Spanish 3/C Spanish 102 are eight week course. Online courses will require students to be on campus for a final on the last day of each session. Dual Enrollment Spanish students will be required to be on campus for a final on August 2nd.
The Cathedral Catholic High School behavior code is intended to provide good order indispensable for the serious pursuit of academic excellence and for the high moral tone expected at CCHS. Behavior that is dangerous or keeps students from learning or prevents the teacher from teaching is not acceptable and will not be tolerated. Observance of this behavior expectation will place demands on the students’ self-control and growth toward maturity. The school reserves the right to review unsatisfactory conduct. The school is entitled to discipline the student and may include dismissal from summer school should any of behaviors be deemed intolerable by the school. The knowledge and compliance of the behavior expectations is expected of every student enrolled at Cathedral Catholic High School Academic Summer School.
Cathedral Catholic’s administration reserves the right to review the conduct and actions of CCHS students regardless of when or where such actions take place if they are of a nature to bring discredit to the school or if they conflict with the Christian values for which CCHS stands.
Due to the short nature of the summer session, students are required to follow all attendance policies. Students are permitted one absence per session. More than one absence per session will result in the student being dropped from the course. Students are not allowed to be absent on the day of the final, and being absent on the final day of either session will result in a zero on the final and possibly an “F” in the course. Student are only allowed 2 tardies per session with the third tardy resulting in an absence. Any tardy thereafter will result in dismissal of the course, thereby forfeiting credit. If a student is dismissed from Cathedral Catholic High School Summer School, tuition will not be refunded.
If a student is absent:
If an absence occurs, parents are required to call the attendance office (858) 523-4001 by 9am on the date of the absence. Travel and appointments are unexcused absences for summer school courses, so if dates cannot be changed to accommodate required class attendance, the student is advised not to sign up for summer school. All finals will be taken on the last day of each session. No accommodations will be made for students unable to take the final at it’s scheduled time.
If a student arrives late:
All students arriving late must report to the attendance office. Students are allowed two tardies per session. The third tardy will result in an absence with any tardy or absence thereafter resulting in dismissal from summer school. Students that arrive more than 40 minutes late will receive an absence.
If a student must leave early:
Students that leave more than 40 minutes early will receive and absence and absence thereafter will result in dismissal of the program. Early departures within the 40 minute allowance, will result in a tardy. Two early departures, or any combination of tardies and departures exceeding two will result in an absence. Any early departure, tardy or absence thereafter will result in dismissal of the program.
Parents/guardians are required to call the attendance office (858) 523-4001 to request a passport. Early dismissal is generally not allowed and will only be considered in extenuating circumstances. The summer school director reserves the right to withdraw a student from his/her course for leaving early.
All students must wear either CCHS spirit wear or school uniform. CCHS Students may wear jeans (no holes) and shorts. Must wear a belt as to not allow pants or shorts to ride below the waist. Students that are non-CCHS students are allowed jeans, khaki pants/shorts and a solid tee shirt or polo. Personal appearance and attire are expected to be neat and clean at all times. Student should err on the side of modesty and good taste. Students out of compliance will be sent home and charged with a tardy. The summer school director reserves the right to determine whether dress code policy is being violated.
- Must be clean-shaven. No facial hair is allowed.
- No oversized apparel, military boots, fatigues, sweats, swimwear, ripped or torn clothing is allowed.
- Shorts cannot be cut-off or excessively short.
- Tank tops are not permitted.
- No clothes with suggestive or inappropriate logos or writing are allowed.
- No piercings are allowed.
- Shoes must be secured at the toe and heel. Shoes must be worn at all times.
- Attire must be modest and in good taste, and not excessively revealing.
- No excessively low-cut tops, shirts, pants, or shorts are allowed. Bare midriffs are not allowed. No backless shirts are allowed. Cut-off shorts are not allowed.
- Clothing must not be torn, ripped, or excessively tight.
- No tube tops, strapless tops, or halter tops. Shirts must have two straps.
- Undergarments of any kind must not be exposed.
- Body piercings are limited to the ear lobe. Earrings should not be excessively dangling.
- Shoes must be secured at the toe and heel. Shoes must be worn at all times
- No athletic attire or exercise apparel.
In all matters of appearance, the summer school director reserves the final judgment with regard to compliance to our policies. The administration reserves the right to hold students out of class for flagrant violation of the dress code and student may be sent home. This could result in an absence for the student.
The Cathedral Cafe is open during the summer. Hot breakfast items will be available through morning break. Students may also bring snacks and lunch during the summer. During the school day, students may not leave campus at any time to purchase food. Students are not allowed to eat in their classrooms.
The online grade book will be updated every Friday by 2:00pm during each session. Students and parents are asked to check academic progress frequently and discuss concerns directly with teachers as soon as possible.
Cathedral Catholic High School lives the mission to help those in need to make providing a Catholic education affordable. Financial assistance for summer session may be available on a case-by-case basis for those who qualify for regular academic year aid. To request financial assistance for summer session you may contact CCHS’ Business Office via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at 858-523-4000 extension 1136.