Skip Navigation  
SumSY14

Summer Programs 2017

Summer programs provides courses in credit recovery and career exploration.   

SENIOR GRADUATION SCHOOL 

High School: June 7 - July 13, 2017 ● 8:00 am - 1:15 pm (Tentative times)
Location:
 Galileo HS
Contact:
Extended Learning & Support (415) 379-7638; ExLS@sfusd.edu
Registration Materials: Available from High School Counselors
Registration Process:
High School counselors will work with students and families to register students. Students may also register at the school site on the first three days of summer school.

HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT RECOVERY FOR  9TH - 11TH GRADES  

High Schools: June 7 - July 13, 2017 ● 8:00 am - 1:15 pm (Tentative times)
Location:
O'Connell HS, Balboa HS, Mission HS
Contact: Extended Learning & Support - (415) 379-7638; ExLS@sfusd.edu
Registration Materials:
Available from High School Counselors

Registration Process:
High School counselors will work with students and families to register students.
Students may also register at the school site on the first three days of summer school.

SUMMER SCHOOL AT CITY COLLEGE OF SAN FRANCISCO

Summer school at CCSF will run for 6 weeks during the 2017 summer session. Courses are available in the day, evening and on the weekends!  
Registration Process: High School students can enroll at www.ccsf.edu. Enrollment for the summer session will begin in April 2017.

The following three types of college courses are available to high school students:  

  1. Concurrent Enrollment allows high school students to enroll in college credit-bearing academic classes at CCSF that are often viewed as AP courses and prove a student’s ability to succeed in college level work. Please check with a high school counselor or one of the counselors listed below to ensure that the course selected is a transfer level course and is at college level. Students can get a jump on college while still in high school by taking concurrent enrollment classes. Please visit: CCSF Concurrent Enrollment Program  
  2. Dual Enrollment is also known as the Academy/Pathway Dual Enrollment Program. Students enrolled in career academies at their high schools are given the opportunity to enroll in CTE based, college credit bearing coursework at CCSF. Every semester a program of study of hands- on/career and technical education based classes is published and also placed on the program web site, www.ccsf.edu/academy
  3. Credit Recovery is for students that need to earn/make-up high school credits. The Transitional Studies Department at CCSF offers a variety of non-credit (high school credit only) courses every semester at several of our educational centers throughout the city. Classes are tuition free and are held at some high schools and CCSF sites. Please visit: www.ccsf.edu/creditrecovery

Contact: Extended Learning & Support - (415) 379-7638; ExLS@sfusd.edu

SUMMER INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNTIES

Learn more about summer internship opportunities here.