Summer High School (online only)
Male and female, grades 9-12—multi-week summer school classes

Overview

Register for Summer School

Jesuit Sacramento is offering summer school courses through a digital learning model. The digital summer school will offer high school students the opportunity to take credit courses (where the grade is listed on the student’s transcript) and enrichment courses in a remote, online format. 

Registration is now closed.

All courses meet Monday through Friday (excluding July 3rd observed holiday.) Please note that some courses begin on Wednesday, June 10th. Please watch the dates carefully. 

High school level courses are offered in academic subjects for female and male students grades 9-12. Courses are offered in 3-week sessions (1 semester) or 6-week sessions (2 semesters).

Main Session: June 10-July 17, 2020
Marauder Seminar: June 15-July 2, 2020

 

Credit Courses

All courses meet the same standards and cover the same material as the regular school year courses.  Credit courses meet U.C. “a-g” requirements.

You are strongly advised to review any course pre-requisites and consult with your child’s academic counselor to ensure that your student is ready and qualified to take the course that you have requested. It is also your sole responsibility to be sure that your child’s school will accept credit for this course. Daily attendance in class for credit classes is mandatory. If a student misses more than 2 days of class, credit cannot be granted for the course. 

Incoming Freshmen

Incoming Freshmen are only allowed to take Credit Courses after a careful review of the individual candidate’s academic performance, recommendations and test scores. Please contact Matthew Ramos, Director of Admissions at matthew.ramos@jesuithighschool.org for information.

Buy Books

You’ll receive an email confirming your student’s placement in class. The balance of your tuition must be paid in full by the cutoff date. The required textbook list is available here. Students will be expected to have the required textbook in their possession on the first day of class.