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Contact Information

For specific questions about your student's summer needs, please contact his/her guidance counselor.

For additional inquiries, please contact the Summer Academy staff at:

(408) 522-2210 or email at:

summeracademy@fuhsd.org.

Credit Recovery

Late Registration Information

Summer Academy registration began in January.  Students who submit a course request in May might be immediately enrolled, but might also be put on the waitlist.  If you are placed on the waitlist, the Summer Academy office will inform you if a spot becomes available, although you might be asked to show up on the first day of school (June 13) to be placed in an empty seat.

 

To register after graduation, come to the Late Registration Add Mill on Thursday, June 9th at the times indicated below to add, change or drop a course.

  • 8:00am-8:30am: current 12th grade students

  • 8:30am-9:00am: current 11th grade students

  • 9:00am-10:00am: current 10th grade students 

  • 10:00am-10:30am:  current 9th grade students 

Students who arrive before their appointed time will not be served until the correct time.

Students will be served on first come, first served basis, so if an 11th grader arrives at 9:30, he will be after the 10th graders who arrived on time.

 

Late registration day will take place at:

Fremont High School Library

1279 Sunnyvale-Saratoga Road

Sunnyvale, CA 94087

Program Details

  • The credit recovery program is open to students who have failed a course (received an "F" grade) and need to recover credits towards graduation, as well as students who earned a "D" in a course where a "C" or better is needed for college eligibility. 
  • Credit Recovery classes are not open to out of district students or incoming 9th grade students. 
  • Each class is worth 5 semester credits.
  • 3 weeks = 1 semester course.
  • Students may take 1 class each term only.
  • Students may earn up to 10 credits max in summer school.

Course Information

The following courses will be offered in the Credit Recovery program this summer:

  • English
  • World History
  • US History
  • Algebra 1
  • Geometry
  • PE
  • Biology
  • US Government (1st session only)
  • Economics (2nd session only)

All classes are semester specific (except English and PE). A class that is failed during 1st semester must be taken during Session 1 of Summer Academy (first 3 weeks). A class failed during 2nd semester must be taken during Session 2 of Summer Academy (last 3 weeks).

Registration Information

The summer credit recovery program is available to eligible students who need to recover credits towards graduation or to gain college eligibility by replacing a "D" grade earned in a required course.  Priority will be given to students who have failed a previous course that is required for high school graduation. Please see your student's guidance counselor for additional information about the summer credit recovery program.

 

Step 1: Course Request - Student must see guidance counselor to submit a course request

Step 2: Course Verification - Summer Academy office will send an electronic message to families to inform them that they are enrolled in a specific course.  Student and parent/guardian use electronic signature to verify that the student intends to attend.

Step 3: Enrollment Reminder - Summer Academy office will send blast voicemail and email in May to remind that the student is enrolled.

Step 4: Room Assignments - All enrolled students will receive a course schedule and room assignment in the mail the week before Summer Academy begins.

Step 5: Waitlist - Students who are at the top of the waitlist will be asked to come to Fremont High School on June 13, to be present in the "waiting room" in order to be placed in empty seats for the second period of the day, as soon as attendance is verified by teachers.

 

Note: Registration for Summer Academy is on a "Rolling Admissions" basis, so the earlier a student requests a course, the more likely to get the first choice course.  After May 1, students who were waitlisted for A-G recovery will be offered seats in classes as well.  Registration will continue through the first day of Summer Academy (June 13) on a space available basis.

 

2016 Session Dates & Times

Session 1: June 13 - June 30*

Session 2: July 5* - July 22

All classes will run Monday through Friday from 8:30am - 12:50pm

*no class on Friday, July 1 or Monday, July 5

Today: 1/18/17

Location

All Credit Recovery courses will be held at:

Fremont High School

1279 Sunnyvale Saratoga Rd, Sunnyvale, CA 94087

Attendance Policy

Attendance in Summer Academy is mandatory to earn credit. Students must attend the first day of Summer Academy to keep placement or they will be dropped. In addition, absences and tardies will be counted. Missing more than five (5) periods of a Summer Academy class during a three-week session for any reason will result in the student being dropped from the class. (There are 2 two-hour periods per day for 14 days in each semester.) Arriving late to class three times will equal one (1) absence. Please keep Summer Academy dates in mind when making vacation plans