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Summer School
June 15-July 2, 2015  (first semester classes)
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 12:40 p.m.

July 7-24, 2015 (second semester classes)
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 12:40 p.m.

  • Conditional Acceptance Courses – Incoming freshmen have been notified if they need to take these classes for acceptance into the 2015-2016 school year
  • Advancement Courses For those who wish to take courses for credit toward graduation and to add flexibility to their schedule during the regular school year. Please note: Rosary High School does not accept credit for advancement courses taken at Servite High School.
  • Elective Courses These courses are not required for graduation, but students will receive credit as an elective.
  • Remedial Courses For those who wish to improve a “D” OR “F” grade for college transcript purposes

Blended Distance Learning Courses
Distance learning is a mode of delivering education and instruction via electronic devices to students who are not physically present in a traditional setting such as a classroom.  These classes require attendance on specific class meeting days (as noted on the Summer School Course Offering page) and instructors are available on campus for assistance during "apex lab days."
  • For all students taking Blended Distance Learning courses for advanced-credit, a mandatory orientation will be held on Friday, May 29, from 8:30-10:30 a.m. on campus. Students will be introduced to the software and learn how to pace their assignments in order to successfully complete the class.
  • This orientation is optional for students taking Blended Distance Learning courses for remediation.

Tuition costs will vary by course offering. Registration will be available online for debit and credit card payments. If a student decides to drop a class, a 50% refund of the tuition will be made prior to the start of the session. NO REFUND WILL BE GIVEN AFTER THE FIRST DAY OF SUMMER SCHOOL.

Daily attendance is mandatory. The regular school year rules and regulations as stated in the "Parent-Student Handbook" apply. Teachers will be checking attendance and counting tardies. Students are not allowed to miss more than 1.5 days of classes. Credit will not be given to those missing more than the allotted days and money will not be refunded once the first day of classes begin.

In summer school, attendance at each class is mandatory. A student who is absent must bring a written excuse from her/his parents explaining the cause of the absence. No student will be readmitted to class without a note. The written excuse is presented to the Main Office for a re-admit slip, and a record of absences will be kept by the teacher and Summer School Principal. 

When a student is ill or must miss school for some other legitimate reason, parents should telephone the school between 7:45 a.m. and 9 a.m. The summer school office number is (714) 879-6302.

Students must dress neatly and cleanly. No hats, caps or shorts below the knees are allowed. Shoes or sandals are required at all times - no bare feet or flip flop type sandals. Shorts may be worn; however, they may only be Bermuda or walking short style, no shorter than 3 inches above the knee. No short shorts are permitted. Casual dress is acceptable, but students’ clothing must be tasteful. Students not dressed appropriately will be sent home and marked as absent for the day. Shoes must have a back strap.

DISCIPLINE POLICY Students are expected to observe the rules of the regular school year. Skateboards are not permitted on campus.

Arrive early: Classes will begin promptly at 8:00 A.M. We suggest arriving by 7:45 A.M. to allow time to find classrooms. Faculty and staff members will be on-site to assist students. Students should look for the yellow display board outside of the main office for their name and classroom listing. Warning bells will not sound so it is up to the students to arrive in class on time.

Drop-off: The easiest location to be dropped off is at the Acacia Avenue parking lot by the Standing Tall Wall. Drivers may pick-up at that same location. It is better for you to wait for your driver than to have them wait for you, since traffic must continue to move through the drop-off/pick-up area. You may not be dropped off in the student/faculty lot near the Karcher Center end of campus.

Bring a snack: Snacks will not be provided throughout the day. A snack break will be held from 10:15 A.M. - 10:35 A.M. each morning. Parents will not be allowed to drop off snacks to be picked up.

Bring a pen, pencil, and a notebook. Teachers will give students a detailed list of supplies that will be needed after the first day of class.

Questions regarding summer school curriculum and schedules should be addressed to your academic counselor or Mrs. Michele Hein, Assistant Principal – Curriculum and Instruction.