Summer School 2017

24-May-2017 Summer School 2017
Juan Cabrillo, Malibu Middle and High School (combined program)

Summer School Office will be located in C-18 (June 19-July 21)
Due to construction, School Office will move from Office Building to 511 (Dates TBD)


Intensive Intervention Summer School:  The program is for students in grades 1-5 who need extra help in English and/or math to meet proficiency standards.   The 5-week program is by invitation only, and will be a rigorous, interactive course designed to set students up for academic success in the following school year.

Extended School Year:  Special Education is offering classes in grades pre-K through high school, based on individual student need.  These courses are by invitation only.

Get Ahead Geometry:  This course is designed for students who would like to accelerate their math study.  This 5-week course is designed to allow students to complete geometry in one summer through intensive study.  A maximum of three absences is allowed.  

SAMS  (Summer Accelerated Math Study):  This course combines independent work with classroom support, and is offered to middle school students (Grades 6 and 7) who need a little extra support to accelerate their math study.  Students are recommended to SAMS by their current math teacher.

Get Ahead Chemistry:  This 5 week course has intensive study in chemistry and is taken by students who wish to free up room in their schedule during the school year by taking this requirement over the summer.  Course includes class work, lab work, and will require homework and study.  A maximum of three absences is allowed.

APEX:  This program is focused on credit recovery.  Students who received D’s or F’s during the school year may take an online course to recover the credit.  Students attend summer school and work with a faculty member who will provide guidance and support for the online course.  A maximum of three absences is allowed.

In addition to the summer programs at MHS listed above, families and students are encouraged to explore various programs for enrichment and intervention offered by the city of Malibu Library, Santa Monica College, the Boys and Girls Club Teen Center, and other community organizations.


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