• Summer School Information 2022:
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    Summer School is an opportunity for LUHSD students to remediate required FAILED courses for graduation and/or improve “D” grades for a-g purposes (if space available).  Applications must be submitted to home school Counselor by April 8th, 2022.

    Common Core Standards-aligned online video-based curriculum in a blended learning environment (school and home). In-person attendance is mandatory and students are required to actively participate and produce a minimum of 10% daily progress.  This includes additional online work produced while at home. Student should work online outside of the scheduled times (minimum of 5 hours a day).


    Unfortunately, packet assignments are NOT available. District teachers have been assigned to monitor, guide, support and grade student progress as students navigate through the coursework.


    If you have changed your mind and wish to have your student withdrawn from the Summer School program, please contact:


    Community Education Center
    Independence High School
    Mrs. Meraz - email at merazh@luhsd.net or (925) 634-2589 x1037