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Course Makeup: Summer School

Students who have failed required courses or need elective credit, or are missing credits due to other circumstances need to attend Summer School and/or take online classes during the school year.

SUMMER SCHOOL 2022
Location: TBD
DATES: TBD
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: TBD

 


Summer School is the first option and preferred method of making up courses required for graduation. Students earning D's or F's in courses second semester (check 3rd Quarter grades and Progress Reports!) are recommended to register for Summer School. Students who have previously failed classes required for graduation will be sent the Summer School registration form in class in early Spring with recommended courses selected. If a Summer School form is not received it is the responsibility of the students/ parents to  get one from the Counseling Office or download one from the link on this page during the registration period. The last page of the Summer School form needs to be completed and returned to the Counseling Office by TBA for priority registration. Attendance policies are very strict and allow for very few absences regardless of the excuse. Summer School is a six week program. 
 
Students who have a D or lower in a College Prep course must attend SUMMER SCHOOL to improve their grade, since colleges and universities do not accept grades lower than C's. Also, in leveled courses (i.e.,math, science, world language) students must earn a C or higher to advance to the next level. Online classes during the school year are not available for grade improvement; only for failed classes.  
 
ANY STUDENT EARNING A "D" or "F" AT THIRD QUARTER IS RECOMMENDED TO REGISTER FOR SUMMER SCHOOL
Students can take courses outside of Fremont Unified School District but they will not be given credit, nor can students advance levels.
 
Repeating Courses:  Repeating courses the following school year is against school policy and will not earn additional credit. Students must attend Summer School for grade improvement for a "D" or for credit for an "F" in coursework.