JSerra Catholic High School offers Summer School classes over a six-week period for JSerra students entering grades 9-12 in the fall. For students who may have had a previous D or F grade, the summer curriculum also has remediation courses
designed to help them recover credits. JSerra's summer curriculum also includes a number of enrichment courses
that help students prepare for the rigors of high school or simply allow them the opportunity to grow intellectually. If you are interested in a class not listed in our Summer School program, please see your counselor.
SUMMER SCHOOL - JUNE 18-jULY 26
JSerra Summer School is broken into two three-week session: the first session represents the first semester of a course, and the second session represents the second semester of the course.
|Session 1||June 18-July 6 (no class July 4)||$725 per course|
|Session 2||July 9-26||$725 per course|
|Online Program||June 18-July 26||$700 per course|
|Independent Study||$1000 per course|
Students are permitted only ONE absence per session and TWO tardies per session. More than one absence or more than two tardies will make the student liable for dismissal, thereby forfeiting credit.
Courses for Incoming Freshman
We highly recommend that incoming freshman take advantage of the summer to take two courses designed to help them start their freshman year successfully:
- Freshman Communications. This introductory course that equips students with the requisite skills to be successful in high school. This course is broken into three components: introduction to JSerra, grammar and writing, and logic and critical thinking. Students receive five credits for this course.
- Health. A requirement for graduation, this course covers a vast array of health-related topics including personal health, family and social health, individual growth and development, etc. Students will gain knowledge in these areas through the use of a text, reading materials, lectures, research papers, and technology integrated instruction. Students receive five credits for this course.
Incoming freshmen may register online for Freshman Communications or Health in Session I and/or Session II. Freshmen do not need to meet with a College Counselor in order to register.