Summer School 2020

  • Summer School 2020 will be held at Burlingame High School, 1 Mangini Way, Burlingame. Please find below the overview of the dates of Summer School and the programs that will be offered.

     

    There are various Summer School programs offered during the summer:

    Credit Recovery

    Two Sessions (Choose one or both)
    Session 1: June 8-23, 2020, 8:30 a.m. - 12:50 p.m.
    Session 2: June 24 - July 9, 2020 (No school on July 3), 8:30 a.m. - 12:50 p.m.
    For both sessions, brunch is offered daily from 10:30 - 10:45 a.m.

    Credits: 5 credits per session

    Students who failed or received a D in a class and would like to make up the course can re-take the course during summer school. Priority will be given to any student with an F grade in a class, and Credit Recovery is only available to students who received F’s or D’s in courses offered during the regular school year.  

    The basic sequence of Credit Recovery courses is as follows:

    • Students will take a 12-day, teacher-led course that will focus on the essential skills and outlined in the course of study for each semester-long course to be taught. The majority of the course will be teacher-led while there will be limited use of our online platform for some portions of some courses.

    ELD Summer School (June 8 - July 9, 2020)

    Credits: 10 credits

    ELD I-III students can take summer school classes to repeat an ELD course already taken to strengthen mastery or can take an ELD class for the first time to prepare themselves for that same level class the following year. This applies to Math classes for ELD students as well. Additionally, ELD students can take EL content courses during the summer for the first time to allow them to meet graduation requirements. ELD and EL content classes WILL NOT follow the blended learning model. 


    Accelerated Geometry (June 8 - July 9, 2020)

    Credits: 10 credits

    Any qualified rising 10th Grade student registered in SMUHSD may enroll to take a five-week Accelerated Geometry Course during the summer of 2020 to earn 10 units of SMUHSD Geometry.  These courses will be offered in the blended learning model. Rising 10th grade students must meet THREE of the following criteria (unless they went to private middle school and did not take CAASPP) to enroll in this course:

    • Passed SMUHSD Algebra I with an “A-” or better
    • Math Inventory Quantile score of 1140 or higher
    • 8th Grade CAASPP Score greater than 2600

    Math/STEM Summer Program
    (June 22 - July 17, 2020 - no school July 3)

    In addition to the regular session, the District also offers a step-to-high-school math/STEM program for incoming 9th Graders at Burlingame, Capuchino, Hillsdale and Mills High Schools

    For Burlingame, Hillsdale and Mills students only: 
    Summer Bridge to Algebra

    Credits: 5 credits of elective math

    Rising 9th grade students at BHS, MHS and HHS looking to bolster their Algebra readiness skills in anticipation of High School Algebra I can participate in the Summer Bridge to Algebra program. This course is not open to students from other schools. This course combines learning about key Algebra-readiness concepts and skills with an orientation to participating students’ new high school through in-depth campus tours, meetings with upper-class students, teachers and administrators.

     

    For Capuchino students only: 
    STEM Step-to-High School Program

    Credits: 5 credits of elective math

    Rising 9th grade students at CHS looking to bolster their STEM-readiness skills in anticipation of High School Science and Math can participate in this program. This course is not open to students from other schools. This course combines learning about key Conceptual Physics-readiness concepts and skills with an orientation to participating students’ new high school through in-depth campus tours, meetings with upper-class students, teachers and administrators.

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    For questions regarding enrollment status,
    please contact Sonia Gill.