For current CCHS students who may have previously earned a D or F grade, the summer curriculum is designed to help students recover credits. Failures (F) are required to be remediated before returning to CCHS the following semester, and D grades are strongly encouraged to be remediated for college acceptance. Failure (F) grades for CCHS students are only allowed to be remediated at CCHS’s on-campus summer school. D grades must be remediated at CCHS for core classes that require a passing grade to continue to the next level.
June 19 – July 7 (no class July 4)
July 10 – July 27
8:15 am – 12:30 pm
$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 (nonrefundable)
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 listed on the CCHS summer school website. A student may not be absent on the day of the final exam, and there will be no alternate/make-up final exams.
Year long courses will encompass both sessions from June 19 to July 27.
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.
If a student arrives late:
All late students must report directly to the attendance office before reporting to class. Any tardy over 40 minutes is considered an absence. Two absences in a session is an automatic drop from summer school.
Sign up for all of your summer programs at once
to avoid paying multiple $100 registration fees.