Summer School

IUSD Summer School

IUSD Summer school information, including dates, enrollment procedures, and links to enrollment materials, for both blended learning and seat based summer school offerings is available on the IUSD website under the IUSD Spotlight / Summer School link or at .

The Irvine Unified School District is excited to offer its annual Summer School Program for grades 9-12. Courses will be available both in a Blended Learning format, (online with weekly meetings), through San Joaquin High School at the Creekside Education Center, and traditional seat based classes at Irvine High School. Most available classes are offered for credit remediation but some classes such as Health, PE, and several other electives are also offered for students who would like to complete a requirement or earn elective credits during the summer.

Students should refer to transcript information available to view on their MyIUSD portal account to review grades earned in previous coursework. If “F” grades were issued in courses required for high school graduation, (such as English or History), students should consider enrolling in summer school to remediate these courses and remain on track to graduate. If “F” or “D” grades were earned in college preparatory coursework, college bound students should consider enrolling in summer school to remediate these courses and maintain college eligibility.

IVC/IUSD Summer College Program

Irvine Valley College (IVC) and the Irvine Unified School District (IUSD) are excited to share with you the IVC/IUSD Summer College Program for summer 2019 at IVC. Made possible through funding from the City of Irvine’s Measure BB, the program will run from June 10 to July 26, 2019. Current IUSD students who are in grades 9 through 11 in the 2018-19 school year will be given an exclusive first-come, first-served opportunity to enroll in any of the following Cal State and University of California transferable general education classes:

Bio 1: the Life Sciences

Bio 1L: The Life Sciences Laboratory

Mgt1: Introduction to Business

Psyc 1: Introduction to Psychology

Sign 21: Beginning American Sign Language

Information about the IVC/IUSD Summer College Program including specific dates, the enrollment process, contact information for the program, and links to required forms, is available at

PLEASE NOTE: The grade and credit earned for these IVC summer college classes will not be posted on the WHS/IUSD transcript. However, they can be taken for enrichment purposes. When/if students apply to a university, they should include the IVC course taken and grade earned on their college application(s). At the time of university enrollment, students will provide two separate transcripts (one from IVC and one from WHS/IUSD) when requested.


Students are welcome to consult with their assigned WHS counselor if they have questions regarding summer school options.