High School Advancement Information - 2017
SRVUSD recognizes that some students are interested in advancing in the areas of math, science, world language, or college preparatory electives. Enrollment information for summer 2017 advancement will be posted in February 2017. Registration for Summer Advancement is a two-pronged process: completing the registration process on your high school's website AND registering for your chosen course(s) at the institution of your choice.
Important Note: Enrollment and Transcript submission procedures are being modified for the 2017 Summer Advancement Program. The new procedures are being finalized and will be posted by February 2017.
8th grade students who are currently enrolled in accelerated algebra 1 or geometry can begin taking courses in the spring of their 8th grade year. It is important to note that 8th graders who are currently enrolled in California State Standards 8 math CANNOT advance through Biology over the summer as Algebra 1 is a prerequisite for any kind of Chemistry class (college prep or Honors) and they will not have met that requirement. Additionally, Algebra 1 must be taken at an SRVUSD school and cannot be taken via a summer course.
Sixth and Seventh grade students cannot advance via the summer advancement program. If you have questions, please contact the counselor at your student's school.
Please note: SRVUSD does not guarantee that courses taken at these institutions adhere to the California State Standards curriculum or that students will pass the advancement exam. Check with each institution to verify California State Standards alignment.
Updated January 17, 2017