For the 9th consecutive year, the Las Virgenes Educational Foundation will be running summer school classes this year. Taking place at Calabasas high school this year (location typically alternates between Agoura and Calabasas High Schools), registration opens as soon May 3rd for 11th & 12th graders. See the full announcement from LVEF below.
? Current LVUSD 12th Graders: STARTS Tuesday, May 3
? Current LVUSD 11th Graders: STARTS Tuesday, May 3
? Current LVUSD 10th Graders: STARTS Thursday, May 5
? Current LVUSD 9th Graders: STARTS Monday, May 9
? Current LVUSD 8th Graders: STARTS Wednesday, May 11
? Out of District Students (All Grades): STARTS Wednesday, May 13
LVEF Offers High School Summer School
This summer, for the h consecutive year, local high school students can again enroll in the Las Virgenes Educational Foundation (LVEF) summer school program. LVEF assists students by offering both acceleration and repeat classes. The LVEF summer school is open to LVUSD students and students from neighboring districts and private schools. LVEF is a WASC accredited summer school program.
There is wide variety of courses, including social sciences, foreign language, Math, Science, and English classes. Electives include Photography and Psychology/Sociology. Dance and PE (with the fitness test) are offered, which meets the California State Physical Education requirement. Finally, World Geography/Health is offered to incoming 9th graders.
Classes will be held at Calabasas High School and AC Stelle Middle School June 21-July 28, four days/week. Students may take 5 or 10 credits. Registration is online, and begins May 3rd for 11th & 12th grade students. There will also be Saturday Walk-In Registration days on May 28 at Calabasas High School and June 4 at Agoura High School.
Over the past 8 years, the tuition-based LVEF summer school has grown from serving 400 students in our first year, to 1,200 students last year. To date, $865,000 from the LVEF summer school has funded counseling services, teacher professional development, the Arts & Sciences, technology, a College Application & Acceptance Program (CAAP), and much more.
As before, this summer, LVEF is excited about helping students pursue their academic goals, provide positions to teachers and staff, and funding quality educational opportunities K-12 for students.
For a complete list of the classes offered, all registration dates, and answers to all your questions, please visit the LVEF web site: http://www.mylvef.org – then click on the Summer School tab at the top of the Home page.