Do you want to advance in Computing, Art, Acting, Dance, Photography, Trigonometry or Science? Maybe you need to repeat a course in Geometry, Algebra II, Religious Studies, or English?
The Summer Knights Schedule of Classes has been designed to create additional opportunities for students and provide greater flexibility for them as they begin scheduling their courses for the 2021-22 school year. Students entering grades nine through twelve may enroll in an academic or elective summer course that is equivalent to either a semester or year-long course. Semester courses carry .5 units of credit and year-long courses are 1.0 units of credit.
There are summer courses that may be taken to satisfy graduation requirements such as Computing in the Digital Age, Lifetime Fitness (PE), and a number of UC and CSU approved visual and performing arts courses. Taking one or more of these classes in the summer creates room in student schedules so that they can take additional courses of their choosing during the school year. In some instances, taking the entry-level of a visual or performing arts course during the summer (i.e. Art I) allows the student to accelerate into the next level during the school year. There are also opportunities for high achieving students to accelerate in our math program with courses like Honors Geometry and Honors Precalculus, and opportunities for students to remediate a course in which they may have earned a low grade (D or F). There are also special workshops and online programs designed to help rising seniors get a jump start on their college applications and essays, and learn more about applying to film school. There is truly something for everyone, and we invite you to take a look!