IUSD Summer School
Dear Parents and Students:
The Irvine Unified School District is excited to offer its annual Summer School programs for grades 9-12. There are two choices; the blended program housed at San Joaquin High School and the on-site program at Irvine High School from June 11 to July 23, 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 at IHS, 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. While some districts have opted to cut their summer programs due to budget restraints, the Irvine Unified School District is seeking to preserve this valuable opportunity by asking for donations from participating families. Below 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 students are pursuing remediation, enrichment or the chance to get ahead. As such, we are hoping our funding model is sufficient to run all of our course offerings and satisfy the needs of every family. 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 funds may result in class closures.
Parents and students are encouraged to discuss summer school enrollment with their counselors, paying careful attention to the prerequisites listed in the 2020 Summer School Course Catalog and your counselor’s recommendation. Only those students who meet the prerequisites are allowed to enroll in the course offering, and all enrollment due dates, rules and deadlines are final.
If you have any questions about course offerings or your student’s academic plan please contact your student’s counselor. If you have lingering questions about Summer School registration, donations or logistics after reading the catalog, please use the correspondence links below.
On-Site Program at IHS: