SFUSD high school students - Check out your options for Summer 2019 - coming soon!
Credit recovery and credit-earning options are offered to HS students who:
- Need summer school (received a grade of F in the original course)
- Want to retake a course to improve grade (received a grade of D in the original course)
- Have not taken a required course for graduation
SFUSD will be looking for HUNDREDS of youth workers for the 2018-2019 school year! How would you like to be a part of an amazing team of like minded individuals that are interested in the future of our city? If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you!
The Summer Fellowship Program gives student fellows an opportunity to expand their knowledge outside of the classroom while exploring and learning about potential careers in a specific industry.
Do you like working with your hands or do you like to build and create things, sign up for the Summer Career Exploration Program. Career Exploration Programs are offered in (1) Automotive Technology & (2) Building & Construction Trades.
The Community Health Internship Program prepares students for work in community-oriented public health, health care and social service fields. Community Health Workers provide a wide range of services including outreach and health education in community settings.
City College San Francisco, SFUSD College and Career Readiness, and the SFUSD Human Resources Department invite current juniors to apply for summer internship positions working with children. Sophomores in Educator Pathway programs can also apply.
Online learning provides schools a flexible learning management system to improve student achievement. Courses are rigorous (UC a-g approved) and interactive, ensuring students are engaged in the learning process. This program is primarily offered to students who need to retake a course for credit recovery (F in original course), improve a grade (D in original grade) or need additional credits to graduate on time.
The Transitional Studies Department of CCSF offers credit recovery options for high school students. Students have the opportunity to enroll in non-credit transitional studies courses free of charge in order to make up h.s. courses and/or to earn credit to meet high school graduation requirements. Courses are available in the subject areas of math, English, science, and history, as well as courses for English Language Learners.
SFUSD Early College will be offering a selection of courses in the following fields: Ethnic Studies, College Success, Latin Culture, Administrative Justice, Design Media, Biotechnology, Child Development, Internet Basics, Fire Science, Intro to Business, Health, Real Estate, Photoshop, and Visual Media Design.