Welcome to Summer School 2020!
Non-Tuition class assignments are now available on the right hand side of this page! If you do not see your ID number or your name on your 1st choice class, please check your 2nd choice class.
**Yellow card signing: We will address Yellow Card signing when we return to school.
We are planning on having traditional Summer School this summer. If things change according to the fluid situation we will let you know. Thanks for your patience.
Unfortunately we had many more applications for non-tuition summer school than we could accommodate this year. In the event that you did not get a class you can still come on the 1st day of summer school (June 8th) and see if there are spaces available!
Summer school at Walnut High School is comprised of three separate programs, each of which has its guidelines and requirements. Programs offered are WVUSD, Mt. SAC (High School courses taught exclusively on Walnut HS campus but funded by Mt. SAC), and Dedicated to Learning.
The WVUSD program is designed to meet the basic graduation requirements like English or History, develop skills for English language learners and support students with Individual Education Plans. This program is free of charge and the only program run exclusively by WHS and WVUSD. Students in need of making up a course must meet with their GLC as enrollment in most of these courses will be by GLC approval only.
The Mt. SAC program is funded by Mt. SAC and taught exclusively on our campus. All classes are high school classes and A-G approved. The teachers are WVUSD teachers but the courses are funded by Mt. SAC. This program allows students to accelerate or make up classes. This program is free of charge. However, because a college runs these courses, Mt. SAC requires students to give their Social Security numbers. If a student does not have a Social Security number they may still sign up for these classes. Students will have the opportunity to apply for a lottery for whatever class they are interested in taking.
The Dedicated to Learning (D2L) program is a tuition-based program run by an independent company on our campus. This program is designed for students interested in supplementing their traditional school year with additional coursework. D2L is a fully accredited program running courses to provide area students with opportunities for learning and advancement. For more information, please visit their website at www.dedicated2learning.org
Summer Session Dates for 2020:
- Monday, June 8, 2020 - First day of summer school
- Thursday, June 25, 2020 - End of the first semester
- Monday, June 29, 2020 - Start of the second semester
- Thursday, July 16, 2020 - Last day of summer school
***Teacher and room assignments will be posted the week before summer school begins.
Summer school runs Monday - Thursday, from 7:30am – 1:00pm***
ATTENDANCE & BEHAVIOR REQUIREMENTS
Summer programs are voluntary. As these programs are not mandatory, attendance rules and behavioral expectations are strictly enforced and any attendance issues or behavior/discipline issues will not be tolerated. Students who experience difficulties in these areas will be dropped from the summer program and no credits will be earned.
The following is a list of tentative courses. Course offerings may change due to a variety of circumstances. Courses will only be offered if there are enough students interested in taking the course. Courses that do not have enough interest from students will be canceled. The courses potentially offered are:
- World History (Grad Requirement, CSU/UC) CLASS of 2023 ONLY!
- Civics & Economics (Must take both) (Grad requirement, CSU/UC) CLASS of 2021 ONLY!
- Music Appreciation (CSU/UC VPA)
- Fundamentals of Art (CSU/UC VPA)
- Computer Aided Drafting and Design (ROP) (CSU/UC VPA)
- Geometry (Remediation Only)
Yellow card signing to complete registration and confirm your seat will take place at lunch and after school on Tuesday, March 24th. A yellow card must be signed to confirm registration for Mt. SAC funded courses.
Should you have any questions concerning the WVUSD and/or Mt. SAC programs please contact Ken McDill at email@example.com
Please email. Phone calls will not be returned.
If you have questions regarding the Dedicated to Learning program or Honors classes for Pre-IB students, please visit their website at www.dedicated2learning.org