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Summer School 

Salesian College Preparatory offers several summer school courses for high school students. Salesian summer courses foster critical thinking, exploration of course content, and intellectual curiosity. We support student academic success and a love for learning. Through a caring and supportive environment, students will be able to prepare for the 2020 - 2021 school year.

Students may use the same textbook(s) and/or iBooks from the school year in the summer. Students should bring their iPads or laptops to the first day of summer school. Students may also be asked to bring additional novels to the English class, subject to teacher discretion.

Courses (see descriptions below)

Most classes will run from June 22 - July 24, 2020, with exception of AP Bio, which will run from June 29 - July 31, 2020, and Academic Success, from June 29 - July 24, 2020. There are no classes on July 3rd in honor of Fourth of July Weekend, however homework may be assigned over the holiday weekend. Students may not miss more than two days of summer school or they may jeopardize receiving credit for the course. In school instruction classes, AP Bio will meet from 8:15-10:30am, and Academic Success, will meet from 10:45-1:00pm.  

A New Remote School schedule for the summer will be posted soon detailing the two hour daily class breakdown.  English I, II, or III will meet from 8:30-10:30am, and WH/USH will meet from 10:45-12:45 daily.

Dress Code
Salesian students must wear a Salesian polo shirt for on campus instruction. Normal school dress code applies with the exception that jeans may be worn in the summer. Sweats cannot be worn during summer school. All other Student-Family Handbook policies apply to Summer School. Non-Salesian students must wear regular polo shirts of any color. Hats are not allowed. 

One Class $400
Two Classes $700
Financial aid for Summer School is NOT available.

No refunds for payments.

Questions regarding Summer School should be directed to Mrs. Marylou Flannery, Summer School Principal: or (510) 234-4433 extension 1108.

Course Descriptions and Options