PUSD Summer School 2021 

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This general education summer school will be an abbreviated form of summer school, invitation-only program, offered for remediation purposes only to the following students:

· Students who are significantly behind in graduation credits with priority given to incoming 12th and incoming 11th graders

· Students who have earned an “F” in a core academic subject

· Students eligible for summer school will be notified by our automated system through whatever your most recent information you have given us for contact.

· On a space-available basis, students who have earned a “D” in a core academic subject. Student's with D's may come the first day of each semester ONLY to request any open seats if available.  Having D's in previous classes, involvment in special programs on campus, and wanting to "get ahead" in classes are not reasons for eligibility.  There are no forms or registration materials prior to the first day of class.  You must come and wait for any availabilities.

Taking summer school classes at schools or colleges outside of Poway Unified School District is a great way to pursue advancement in subject matter.  However, any class taken must be approved by the RBHS Records Office BEFORE taking the class.  Forms for approval are available in the records office, or at the "non-PUSD Course Approval" link on the bottom of their page.

Note: Palomar Community College closes their registration system in April typically. Students wanting to enroll in classes must have an account created with Palomar prior to Palomar's deadline.

Summer Classes at UCSD

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