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2018 Summer School Options

NEW TUSD BOARD POLICY: The TUSD school board policy allows students to earn up to 40 credits for advancement toward graduation through outside educational institutions over the four years. However, courses are limited to a maximum of 10 credits per academic discipline (English, Social Studies, Science, Mathematics, World Language, PE, Fine Art, etc.) if they will be applied towards graduation requirements.

1. WHS Online Credit Recovery – Free online class through West High School. Applications will be available beginning Friday, February 23, 2018.  Application and Terms and Conditions Forms are due March 9th by 3:15 pm.

Submit online application at:  https://westcreditrecovery.weebly.com
Submit Terms and Conditions Form to the Counseling Office.  The form can also be found at:  https://westcreditrecovery.weebly.com

Space is limited and submitting an application does not guarantee entrance into the program. 

Courses include: English 1, 2 & 3, Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Physical Science of the Earth, World History and US History. 

If accepted, students will only be issued a maximum of 5 credits (1 semester class).

2. South Bay Enrichment Academy (SBEA) – Tuition-based summer school program. Classes will be offered on the South High campus. For dates, times and registration information, please visit www.tefsbea.org

3. Community College – Students who have successfully completed 10th grade or students who are currently enrolled in 11th and 12th grade may enroll in a community college class.  Remember, these are real college courses, and grades earned will be placed on your permanent college transcript.  

For steps to enroll at El Camino College, please visit http://www.elcamino.edu/admissions/student/highschool/

Please contact your counselor for course equivalent information prior to enrolling.

4. Online Courses – Most Science and Fine Art courses do not meet "a-g" requirements.

Only UC-approved online courses can be used to satisfy the "a-g" subject requirements.

To lookup online providers and verify a course meets"a-g" requirements, please visit:


Students seeking NCAA initial eligibility certification (college athletes) need to ensure the provider/course is approved by NCAA.  Please visit the following website to look-up online providers.


**All summer courses taken for advancement (i.e. repeat Geometry to be placed in Algebra 2), MUST BE COMPLETED BY AUGUST 3, 2018 to ensure proper placement in 2018 – 2019 classes.**

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