Summer School

HIGH SCHOOL INFORMATION
 

Due to COVID-19, there will be no in-person registration for summer school this year.
Please note that summer school availability is subject to change.

Dear Parents and Students:
 

The Irvine Unified School District is excited to offer its annual Summer School program for grades 9-12 at Irvine High School from June 11 to July 23. Classes will be held Monday through Friday, with the exception of July 3-6 to  honor the Independence Day holiday.

Since we are running a blended learning program at SJHS, and the on-site summer program, students are welcome to participate in both.  We have designed the programs so that students can get from the traditional program at IHS to the blended program at the Learning Center and vice versa if desired.

The Irvine Unified School District Summer School program operates under a donation model.  We will be accepting donations on-line soon.  Irvine Unified School District is seeking to preserve this valuable opportunity by asking for donations from participating familiesBelow each course description in the catalog, you will find a suggested donation amount to help cover the cost of instructors, materials, facilities and other support services.  The Summer School program presents an incredible opportunity for our students, whether theyre pursuing remediation, enrichment or the chance to get ahead. As such, were hoping our funding model is sufficient enough to run all of our course offerings and satisfy the needs of every family.

Parents and students are encouraged to discuss summer school enrollment with their counselors, paying careful attention to the prerequisites listed in the 2020 SummeSchool CoursCatalog and your counselor’s recommendation. Only those students who meet the prerequisites will be allowed to enroll in the course offering, and all enrollment due dates, rules and deadlines are final.

Please know that a donation is not required to enroll, and families that choose to contribute may do so at any amount. Our goal is to offer each of these courses, and your donation will help support this goal. Insufficient enrollment and/ or insufficient funding could result in course cancellations

To donate, please use this button:

If you have any questions about course offerings or your students academic plan please contact your student’s counselor at the homeschool. If you have questions about Summer School details, registration, donations or logisticplease use the correspondence links below.

The 2020 Summer Program is set for Thursday, June 11 through July 23, with July 3 and July 6 off for the Independence Day holiday.  The on-site program will be at the Irvine High School Campus again.  The Blended program will be held at the  Creekside Education Center Campus.  

Sincerely,

Matthew Pate                            

On– Site Summer School Co-Principal,

IUSD Summer School

Correspondence:

Click Here

 

Alicia Foulk

On– Site Summer School Co-Principal,

IUSD Summer School

Correspondence:

Click Here

 

Rebecca Roberts

Principal, Blended Program

Blended Summer School Coordinator                                  

sjhssummer@iusd.org

 

On-Site Program at Irvine High School

On-Site High School Summer Program Course Catalog: summer_school_course_catalog_2020_-_updated_2-2020_5.pdf

High School Summer On-Site Program On-Line Course Request: Click Here 

To donate, please click here. 

Blended Program at San Joaquin High school

High School Summer Blended Program Course Catalog: updated_3-27-20_-_san_joaquin_summer_school_course_catalog_-_2020.pdf

High School Summer Blended Program On-Line Course Request : Click Here

To donate, please click here.

 

MIDDLE SCHOOL INFORMATION

The Irvine Unified School District is excited to offer its annual Middle School Summer School program for grades 7-8 at South Lake Middle School and Venado Middle School.  Middle School Summer School is by invitation only.

 

MIDDLE SCHOOL EXTENDED LEARNING PROGRAM

The Extended Learning Program will run from June 11 to July 10. There is no school on July 3 and July 6.  Classes will be held Monday through Friday from 8:20am to 12:20pm. This program is designed for students needing additional support in one or more of the following: mathematics, language arts, or English language development.  Registration materials for Extended Learning will be sent home to eligible students in April, electronically via email.. Parents and students are encouraged to discuss summer school enrollment with their counselors and teachers, paying careful attention to the information noted in the 2020 Middle School Summer School Course Catalog.

 

MIDDLE SCHOOL MATH BRIDGE COURSE

The Math Bridge Course will run from June 8 to July 2 and will meet for six in-person class sessions at South Lake Middle School (see 2020 Middle School Summer School Course Catalog for specific dates).  Additionally, the student and a parent must attend at least one of the Online Bridge orientation nights: Wednesday, May 20 or Wednesday, May 27 at 6:00pm at Creekside Education Center (Creekside High School).  Math Bridge Course Registration will take place at South Lake Middle School on May 11 to 14 from 4:00-5:00pm. Only eligible students may register for the Bridge course. Late Registration for eligible students who have been granted an appeal will be on May 26 and May 27, from 4:00-5:00pm at South Lake Middle School.

2020 Math Bridge Registration Form  (Please complete prior to attending registration). 

 

Sincerely,

 

David Kette                     

Middle School Summer School Principal

davidkette@iusd.org