WELCOME TO THE PALOS VERDES PENINSULA SUMMER SCHOOLS PROGRAM,

SPONSORED BY THE PENINSULA EDUCATION FOUNDATION

THANK YOU FOR JOINING US THIS YEAR.  SUMMER SCHOOL IS COMPLETE FOR 2017 – WE HOPE YOU HAD A GREAT TIME WITH US, AND THAT YOU ENJOY THE REST OF YOUR SUMMER.

  • THE DEADLINE TO CHALLENGE A HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER GRADE IS SEPTEMBER 1st.  YOU MUST E-MAIL HELP@PVPSS.COM WITH YOUR NAME, CLASS TAKEN, TEACHER, AND A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE ISSUE.
  • IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR PVPUSD TRANSCRIPT AND SUMMER GRADES, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR HOME HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELOR FOR ASSISTANCE ONCE THEY ARE BACK ON CAMPUS.

 

SUMMER 2018 DATES, TIMES AND LOCATIONS WILL BE UPDATED AS INFORMATION BECOMES AVAILABLE IN EARLY 2018.

 

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PROGRAM INFORMATION:
PVPSS offers summer academic and enrichment programs to support and supplement those offered by the Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District. While they are designed to conform the PVPUSD curriculum guide, PVPSS welcomes students from other districts.

Elementary School: Summer Break is a two or four week program for students entering TK/Kindergarten through the 5th grade and offers a variety of grade-level specific academic programs as well as enrichment and artistic opportunities. Each student may take one 4 -week course or one or two 2-week courses.

Intermediate School: Summer PEP is a 4-week program for students entering the 6th through 8th grades and offers a broad variety of stimulating academic, enrichment and physical education courses. The unique format of this program allows each student to select the four courses of most interest from a list of more than 30 choices.

High School: Summer High School is a 3 or 6 week program for students entering the 9th through 12th grades and offers a wide variety of semester (3-week) and yearlong (6-week) enrichment, advancement, make-up, and review classes. As a Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) accredited supplementary high school, credits granted are accepted by most school distircts. It is advisable for out of district students to check with their high school before registering for summer classes. Each student may take one full-year course, or one or two semester courses.