Summer School Registration Info Here!

April 29, 2022

 

NHUHSD Families, 

 

Dear Parent/Guardian:

 

Northern Humboldt Union High School District will both offer an in person or an online program through Independent Study during summer school for students who need to recover credits or return to the A-G graduation track.  This year our program will consist of two three-week sessions, allowing students to take multiple courses and earn up to five credits per class in person. Students who are more than 10 units behind, please see your counselor to make a tailored plan.  If your student has received a Semester 1 or 2 course grade of a D in any A-G course, that class must be repeated in summer school to satisfy university / college entrance requirements.   Semester one will run from June 27th to July 15th and Semester two will run from July 18th through August 4th.  The program will be held on the McKinleyville High School campus.

 

Students who will be taking a class or classes online through Independent Study are required to attend a one-hour orientation and attend a weekly meeting with a teacher throughout the summer program or they will not earn credits. Students who enroll in Independent Study classes will be required to attend or watch a mandatory orientation prior to starting. You can attend a meeting on either Tuesday, June 21 from 6:00 - 7:00 pm or Thursday, June 23 from 12:00 -1:00 pm.  

 

Priority registration materials are due on or before June 3.  Please see links below to register online.

 

The main goal of summer school is to maintain student’s ability to graduate, therefore most courses are being offered for remediation.  Remediation refers to enrollment of students who have previously taken the course, and would like to improve their grade or their knowledge of the material.  Students who sign up for in-person classes can miss no more than 2 days each semester to earn credit in the course.

 

Summer school is not a means to accelerate through an academic curriculum such as math.  When registering for academic courses, students should consider whether the six-week summer school curriculum would adequately prepare them for future success in the subject area.  Students who are considering summer school for academic acceleration are encouraged to seek the advice of their counselor and recommendation of their teacher for that subject area.

 

If you have any questions regarding summer school, please contact summer school principal Jim Monge (summerschool@nohum.org) or your student’s school counselor.  

 

Sincerely,



Roger Macdonald

Superintendent

 

FIRST SEMESTER:    June 27- July 15   (14 days 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.)   

SECOND SEMESTER:   July 18 - August 4 (14 days 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.)

 

REGISTER HERE!

 

In-Person Classes - Register Here

 

Independent Study Classes - Register Here