Welcome to CdM High School HS ASB/Activities Staff/Teachers CdM High School World Languages Contact Us Attendance Policy AGS Cheer and Song Page Mission and Goals PAMA Upcoming Events CdM Theatre
Welcome to CdM Middle School MS ASB/Activities Staff/MS Activities Eligibility Middle School Athletics Middle School Languages Library MS Principal's Message NEW to Middle School IMPORTANT Information Cheer - Middle School Renaissance MS Elective Forms & Applications
Academics High School Athletics Counseling Signature Academies SRC - College Guidance
PTA Alumni Backstage and Performing Artists Company Board of Education Boosters CdM Foundation Newport-Mesa Schools Foundation
Calendar and Bell Schedule Contact Us District Information Handbook Health Services New Student Info for 2017-2018 Lunch Menu/Nutrition Maps Registration Wireless Student Setup Library Plug-ins Common Core Math Daily Announcements ASB/Student Store CdM Staff Resources Professional Development School News School Profile - 2017-2018 Trident TV

Summer School

 

High School Summer School  

The Summer School program is offered every year in the summer for 6 weeks. The purpose of summer school is primarily for students who need remediation. This program offers them an opportunity to make up classes which they have failed or have earned less than a D or F.   In order for a student to receive maximum credit in summer school, he/she must attend the entire summer school session and not miss more than the maximum allowed days.

  •  Four tardies = one day absence
  • One absence is permitted. On the second absence of a semester class the student will be dropped from the Summer school program. 

 

Because the summer school sessions are very impacted and short in duration, there is a strict discipline and attendance code that is enforced daily. 

 

High school students begin registering for classes in the spring semester and must complete an online registration before the designated deadline. Students who submit applications after that date will be placed on a waitlist and called when an opening occurs. 

 

High school academic courses are designed for students entering 9 – 12th grade and wish to earn credit in English, Mathematics, Social Science, and electives. Students may elect a full year course (10 credits) or up to two one-semester courses (5 credits each). 

 

* Online courses are also available and must meet the same registration guidelines.

 

Middle School Summer School 

The Summer School program is offered every year in the summer for five weeks for the intermediate level. The purpose of summer school is primarily for students who need remediation. This program offers them an opportunity to make up classes which they have failed or have earned an F.   In order for a student to receive maximum credit in summer school, he/she must attend the entire summer school session and not miss more than the maximum allowed days 

  • Three tardies = one day absence
  • Three absences are permitted
  • On the fourth absence, the student will be dropped from summer school. 

 

Because the summer school sessions are very impacted and short in duration, there is a strict discipline and attendance code that is enforced daily. 

 

Intermediate level students begin registering for classes in the spring semester and must complete a hard copy registration form before the designated date. Students who submit applications after that date will be placed on a waitlist called when an opening occurs. 

 

Passing two courses in Summer School can allow a student to make up no more than 4 F’s received during the school year.