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El Camino Real Charter High School

Summer School

Summer School 2024

June 12th – July 26th

General Information

El Camino Real Charter High School offers summer classes for credit recovery and enrichment. Students who are entering grades 10 – 12 that have received a letter grade of D or FAIL are encouraged to take summer school classes. Each class is two hours long and meets Monday – Friday, with classes beginning on Wednesday, June 12th and ending on Friday, July 26th. There will be no school on Wednesday, June 19th in observance of Juneteenth, and Thursday and Friday, July 4th and 5th, in observance of Independence Day. The standard summer school schedule is as follows:


Period 1: 8:30 am – 10:30 am

30 – Minute Break 

Period 2: 11:00 am – 1:00 pm


Application Procedure

Students will meet with their counselors for the upcoming school year and discuss summer school at that time. If the student needs summer school, he/she will receive an application from his/her counselor. The form should be completed and turned in as soon as possible to the counselor, as spots fill up quickly. Applications must be approved and signed by the student’s counselor and returned to the counseling office. Priority will go to those who need summer classes for credit recovery.

Eligibility for Summer Session

For the 2024 summer session, only students who are in attendance (May 2024) at El Camino Real Charter High School are eligible to register for summer school.

Waitlist Sign Ups: TBD

  • Students may come to the counseling office to sign up for available summer classes, or be added to a current waitlist.
  • Classes are filled on a first come/first served basis.
  • As classes fill up, students will be asked to put their names and contact information on a list in the office. If seats become available in a previously full class, students will be contacted at the information provided on the waitlist. Emails/phone calls for students on wait lists are made the first, second, and third days of summer school. If a student is contacted for an open seat, he/she should be ready to come in the same day or the following day at the latest.


Attendance during the fast-paced summer session is crucial and mandatory for credit recovery and for elective credit. Students must attend the first day of summer school or their spot will be given to someone else. Students should plan to attend class every day for the full period. If a student misses more than 2 days, he/she may be dropped from the summer program. While family vacations are important, if your family has one scheduled during the summer session, then this is not the summer for participation in our program.



Tentative Course Offerings

Not all of the following courses will be offered. Actual offerings will depend on number of students requesting specific courses. If your first choice(s) is not available, you may receive your second choice.


English Social Studies World Language Tech Ed/Consumer Studies
English 9A, 9B World History A, B Spanish 1B Intro to Computers
English 10A, 10B U.S. History A, B Spanish 2B Foods
American Lit     Woodshop
Contemporary Comp      


Health Science Physical Education Visual & Performing Arts
Health Chemistry A PE 2A Design
  Chemistry B PE 2B  
  Biology A    
  Biology B    



Mathematics Special Education   MISC Progam
Algebra 1B ESY Language Arts   ** AP Bridge Program 
Geometry B ESY/Math    
Algebra 2B      
Algebra 1AB      
Geometry AB      
Algebra 2AB      


* This class is a four-hour class and fulfills the requirement for the entire year of the subject.

** See description below


AP Bridge Program

The AP (Advanced Placement) Bridge Program is designed to help students make a successful transition to AP classes by preparing them for rigorous academic courses such as Advanced Placement classes. Enrollment is limited and offered on a first-come/first-served basis.

This course will focus on developing five essential skills that are necessary to be successful in AP classes in high school. These skills are writing, communication, organization, reading and problem solving. The class will not focus on any one specific subject area. For more information about AP classes go to