CCHS Summer School sign up 2021
Welcome to the virtual sign up for the 2021 CCHS Summer School classes.
Summer School 2021 may be offered in person or online (depending upon the number of requests). CCUSD will assess the COVID-19 numbers as we approach the beginning of Summer School.
If your student needs to re-mediate a course in which s/he earned a D or F, please fill out this form. Counselors will review your requests and contact you should they need to discuss your request. Enrollment will be awarded on a first come, first-served basis with priority to students who received “Fs”. Space is limited.
Summer School will be offered to the Class of 2021 who need to complete classes to earn their diploma.
Incoming 9th graders who are in the AVID program are eligible to take Global Issues or Health.
Summer School hours are 8:30 am-1:55 pm and a student may not miss more than 1 1/2 days of classes during each 3 week session.
Space is limited, but we will do everything we can to fulfill your needs. If necessary, enrollment will be awarded on a first-come, first served basis.
Students register for Summer School by signing up through their school email address.
Confirmation letters with summer school placements will be e-mailed to the student by the first week of June.
What is your student's Last Name?
What is your student's First Name?
Which school does your student currently attend?
Who is your student's high school counselor?
Smith (A - Dashwood)
Shlomo (Daurio - Jackson)
Lenke (Jacobo - McKnight and AVID counselor for incoming 9th graders)
Bourget (McManus - Rivera and ELD)
Gyepes (Rizzo - Z)
What grade will your student be in during the 2021-22 school year?
Class of 2021
Please share your setting preference for taking your summer school class. CCUSD will monitor the COVID-19 numbers and make a decision on whether classes will be offered in person, in a hybrid setting or online. Check all that apply.
I would like to take classes in person.
I would like to take classes online.
I have and IEP or a 504. (Student will know if they do.)
No, I do not.
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