This year VCHS students will have a shortened summer break. School will end June 8th and resume on Monday, August 14th.
Valley students typically spend the summer participating in a variety of activities and many students take the opportunity to make up a course or take a course to expand their knowledge in a particular subject area.
As your child’s academic counselor we wanted to make you aware of our school policies, available options for summer classes and how our shortened break may affect traditional summer plans.
VCHS Summer School Policy: http://www.vcschools.org/Page/449
Students may request approval to take a course outside of VCHS. Such courses must be for "recovery credit" only (a make-up of a low or failing grade), except in the case of Geometry (which may be taken for original credit).
For inclusion on the VCHS transcript, all outside courses must meet the following criteria:
A maximum of 1.0 transfer credits per core discipline (English, Math, Science, Social Studies, World Language) may be taken at an outside accredited institution during the high school career. A student may not exceed 3.0 total transfer credits across the core curriculum during their high school career.
Students wishing to earn transfer credit for non-VCHS classes must submit the Transfer Credit Application and receive PRIOR approval. Applications made after the class has been completed are not guaranteed automatic credit. Application is on VCHS website.
Classes for Remediation/Credit Recovery:
A course/class must be repeated if the student has earned a failing grade (F).
A course/class must be repeated if the student has earned a failing grade and is in danger of not meeting credits required for graduation (24.25).
Students are strongly advised to repeat any A-G course if the student has not earned a C or better.
Summer School Options:
2017 Summer School Considerations:
** Please check with your Counselor before registering for any Summer Course
If you have any questions please schedule and appointment with your counselor.
Troy Stahl, Principal
Robyn Garcia, Counselor
Candyce Simpson, Counselor