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Summer School

Summer School Options

Click on summer school options to find the necessary applications for PCHS and ACCESS, along with information regarding summer credit recovery.

 

4 year college bound students:

If you have received a D or an F in a college prep class starting with your freshman year, please see your Academic Advisor to register with Pacific Coast Summer School. (online, college prep and free)  They offer all classes except foreign language and lab science.  If you might get a D or F this semester, sign up now.  It will be too late if you wait until the end of the semester.  If you end up with a C, you do not have to take the class. You may also inquire about Summer Credit Recovery options.

 

Diploma bound students who are credit deficient:

If you are credit deficient, please see your Academic Advisor to register with either Pacific Coast Summer School (online, college prep and free), Access Summer School (once/twice a week classroom meeting, non-college prep and free) or Summer Credit Recovery.  

 

The deadline to register is May 23rd.  Please don’t put this off.

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