Summer School

Summer School




2017 SUMMER SCHOOL SESSION:
There will be one3-week session of Summer School offered at Santana this year.  Courses are offered in the traditional setting as well as online in our e2020 or APEX program.  Summer School is for remediation.  Only students who have failed a course will be enrolled in summer school.  Students who have earned a "D" grade can apply for summer school, pending space availability.  

Summer school dates and course information become available in May of each year. Applications for summer school we be available on-line and in the attendance office.



1. Traditional Face-to-Face Courses
The Traditional Setting offers students the opportunity to make up a failed course in a face-to-face classroom.  Students attend class for five (5) hours each day for three weeks.  Students are allowed to miss two (2) days of summer school in the traditional setting (for ANY reason, including illness).  Those with (3) or more absences will be dropped.  

2. APEX Online Courses
The APEX Program offers students an opportunity to make up one (1) failed course or one (1) course with a D grade, through use of the software, APEX.  Students attend class for one (1) hour each day for three weeks and are expected to complete an additional 3-4 hours per day online.  Attendance is mandatory and students who miss more than two (2) hours of class or do not stay on pace with the curriculum, will be automatically dropped from the course. 

*All courses DO MEET 'a-g' guidelines for admission to the UC/CSU system.  APEX courses DO NOT MEET NCAA requirements for students who want to play sports in college.

3. Edgeunity (e2020) Online Courses
The e2020 Program offers students an opportunity to make up one (1) failed course through use of the software, e2020.  Students attend class for three (3) hours each day for three weeks, and are expected to complete an additional 2-3 hours per day online.  Attendance is mandatory and students who miss more than two (2) days of class or do not stay on pace with the curriculum, will be automatically dropped from the course.  

*Courses DO NOT MEET 'a-g' guidelines for admission to the UC/CSU system, and DO NOT MEET NCAA requirements for students who want to play sports in college.