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High School Summer Learning Programs

The San Ramon Valley Unified School District is excited to share information about our summer learning programs.  Through our Personalized Learning Initiatives, SRVUSD is expanding educational opportunities for students during the summer months. These options are only available to students beginning  the second semester of their 8th grade year.

 

The 2018 high school school summer learning options included:

  • Offering SRVUSD high school summer school courses beyond remediation. High school students were able to take SRVUSD summer classes to advance and fulfill graduation requirements.

  • Accepting accredited non-district courses to meet SRVUSD advancement or graduation requirements and be included on official transcripts.

  • Partnering with Diablo Valley College to host summer courses on SRVUSD campuses.

OUr 2019 Summer Program will be announced in early 2019.  

 

NOTE: ONLY students currently enrolled in SRVUSD are eligible to register and take the summer school courses.

Important note to parents of 8th grade students

  • 8th grade students are eligible to begin the advancement process beginning the second semester of their 8th grade year, and not before. (7th grade students are not eligible.)
  • Courses that are going to be used to fulfill graduation requirements  (i.e. Algebra 1 and Biology) cannot be completed prior to the end of the 8th grade year.  For current 8th graders, coursework must not begin until January of 2019 and must be completed June 1, 2019 or later.
  • Course enrollment and completion dates will be checked during the application approval process.
    • Courses that begin prior to the beginning of the second semester will not be approved.
    • Courses that end prior to the completion of the 8th grade year will not be accepted for graduation requirement fulfillment and cannot be placed on the high school transcript.

Program #1 - SRVUSD High School Summer School Information

SRVUSD Summer School Information

Where: TBD

Starts:  June 10  

 

 SRVUSD Summer School Presentation (from 2018)

 

Information about 2019 Summer school will be posted in early 2019

Program #2 - Summer Advancement/Graduation Requirement Fulfillment via Outside Institutions

Advancement via Outside Institutions 

 

Students are able to take courses to advance to a higher level course for the next school year beginning in the spring of each year. The following criteria must be met:

  • Students must be (at least) in the second semester of their 8th grade year (courses taken prior to that are not allowed) 
  • Courses cannot be completed prior to the last day of school (May 31, 2019)
  • Courses must be taken from institutions that:
    • Are WASC or regionally accredited and offer coursework that leads to a high school diploma
      • Institutions that have only Supplemental accreditation do not qualify
    • Must be UC approved
    • Must issue letter grades and official transcripts 
    • NOTE: Courses taken from BYU Online High School must be Teacher-Led version.  Paper and Online course designations do not qualify.
  • Students can only advance one level per subject per year 
  • It is up to the student/parent to confirm that the course/institution chosen meet NCAA eligibility requirements


The list in the above link is not a complete list of all courses and/or institutions possible.  It is provided as a helpful reference for the courses that are most commonly taken for advancement.  Feel free to do your own research.  If you have questions about a specify course or institution that you do not see on the list, check first to see if they have the necessary accreditation,  UC approval and that they issue letter grades and official transcripts.  If they don't, then they probably are not acceptable. If students have questions, they should confirm eligibility with their counselor prior to enrolling in the course. 

 

 

Information for the 2019 Advancement program will be posted in mid-February 2019, including all necessary deadlines.

 

 


Graduation Requirement Fulfillment via Outside Institutions


 

Students are now able to take couurses at outside institutions to fulfill graduation requirements and have these courses place on their transcripts.  Courses that will be eligible to be added to an SRVUSD transcript to fulfill a graduation requirement must not be completed until after the end of a student's 8th grade year.  Courses that can be taken include:

  • English 9, 10, 11, 12 and AP English courses
  • US History, World History, AP History (Euro, US or World), World Geography, Economics and Government

Notes:

  • PE 9 cannot be taken outside of SRVUSD
  • Any course taken to fulfill a graduation requirement MUST be placed on the SRVUSD transcript. 
    • Students are limited to 4 classes (40 credits) over their four years of high school.
    • Students must complete the SRVUSD Non District Course Application to add a course to the Transcript form
      • ​​​​​​​Students will be able to request courses to be added to their transcripts twice each school year. Deadlines do apply.
  • Grade level courses cannot be used for advancement purposes (i.e. if a student is going in to the 10th grade in August and takes English 10 the summer prior, they cannot take English 11 as a 10th grader.  The intent is to free up a period of their day to take another class in their 10th grade year.

Warning: The course and/or institution you choose to fulfill a graduation requirement for SRVUSD may not be accepted by the UC/CSU system, private colleges and universities, out-of-state institutions, or NCAA as fulfilling entrance requirements.  It is your responsibility to check with an admissions officer from each campus to which you intend to apply to ensure it will be accepted. 

 

Information for the 2019 Graduation Requirement Fulfillment via Outside Institution program will be posted in mid-February 2019, including all necessary deadlines.

Program #3 - SRVUSD and DVC Summer School Partnership

SRVUSD/DVC Courses for Advancement and/or Graduation Requirement Fulfillment

 

 Information for the 2019 DVC/Advancement program will be posted in mid-February 2019, including all necessary deadlines.

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