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Antelope Valley School District

Summer School

Quartz Hill High School remains committed to our students and will continue to offer summer school. The dates for summer school will be June 29th- July 24th, 2020.  Students will continue to be able to earn up to one semester (5) or two semesters (10) of credit within the 19 days, five hours of work per day. Traditional summer school hours will be from 7:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., however, distance learning and virtual teaching may allow for some flexibility in when students work. Due to the ever-changing landscape caused by the Coronavirus, we anticipate that summer school will continue in a distance learning format.  We will continue to monitor the guidance and recommendations of state and local officials to determine if and to what extent we can begin to provide on-campus support for our students. Click on the link below to complete a summer school application.

Incoming Freshman Note: Incoming 9th grade students must complete Powerschool Enrollment prior to completing a summer school application. 

QHHS PowerSchool Enrollment: 

https://www.quartzhillhs.org/future-students/registration

Summer School Application 2020

https://tinyurl.com/QHHS-Summer-Application

Questions about Summer School Course selections may be answered by your student's assigned school counselor. Click here to find your counselor https://bit.ly/3cfRsyU

If you speak Spanish, and need

assistance with this form, please email the Summer School Secretary, Ms. Figueroa: sfigueroa@avhsd.org .Si habla español y necesita ayuda con este formulario, envíe un correo electrónico a la Secretaría de la Escuela de Verano, Sra. Figueroa: sfigueroa@avhsd.org

Summer School Facts/Notes

QHHS remains committed to our students and will continue to offer summer school. You will need to complete this QHHS SUMMER SCHOOL APPLICATION AND the MASTER AGREEMENT link below. FAILURE TO COMPLETE BOTH WILL INVALIDATE YOUR STUDENT'S SUMMER SCHOOL REGISTRATION. Applications are processed on a first-come first-served basis.  Questions about Summer School Course Selections may be answered by your student's assigned school counselor: https://bit.ly/3cfRsyU  If you speak Spanish, and need assistance with this form, please email the Summer School Secretary, Ms. Figueroa: sfigueroa@avhsd.org [Si habla español y necesita ayuda con este formulario, envíe un correo electrónico a la Secretaría de la Escuela de Verano, Sra. Figueroa: sfigueroa@avhsd.org ]

SUMMER SCHOOL TIMELINE & PROCEDURES
 
May 11th - 29th (Registration for students)

CURRENT (2019-2020) GRADE 9, 10, 11, & 12 STUDENTS:
Complete the  QHHS Summer School Application below.
 
INCOMING QHHS 9TH GRADE (CURRENT 8th grade for 2019-2020) STUDENTS:  You must complete Steps 1-4 below.
 
STEP 1: QHHS PowerSchool Enrollment:  https://www.quartzhillhs.org/future-students/registration MUST BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO COMPLETING THE SUMMER SCHOOL APPLICATION.
STEP 2: THE COURSE SELECTION OF COURSES  for the 2020-2021 school year MUST BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO COMPLETING THE SUMMER SCHOOL APPLICATION.
STEP 3:  Register for Summer School: Complete the QHHS SUMMER SCHOOL APPLICATION and MASTER AGREEMENT link below.
STEP 4:  During the week of June 22nd-26th (Virtual Course Schedule Pick-up): Check for your Summer School Schedule here: https://bit.ly/2WjU613

NOTE TO ALL STUDENTS:  During the week of June 22nd-26th (Virtual Course Schedule Pick-up): Check for your Summer School Schedule here: https://bit.ly/2WjU613
 
June 29th through July 24th  (2020 Summer Session)
Monday - Friday, 7:30 am to 1:30 pm     |       July 3rd: Holiday/ No School  
 
July 26th-August 7th:  Grades will be processed and credits are issued.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING ENROLLMENT AND GRADING:
Students must earn an A-D grade at the end of the summer session in order to complete either 5 or 10 credits, within the 19 days, five hours of work per day.  Non-participation or non-completion of work will result in a No Mark (NM). Only 5th-year seniors may complete variable credits.  A maximum of 10 credits may be earned during summer school.

Incoming 9th grade (Current grade 8) students: may enroll in Healthful Living (for a maximum of 10 credits).  They may also enroll (if offered) in one session of PE Elective (concurrent with Healthful Living), however no credits will be earned for the PE Elective class.