Petaluma City Schools
Developing Effective Communicators & Critical Thinkers
- Petaluma City Schools
Summer School Application (grades 9-12)
Petaluma City Schools is offering a credit recovery opportunity for PCS seniors in need of credit to graduate AND for current 9th, 10th, 11th & 12th grade students. All courses will be taken on campus with Traditional IN-PERSON LEARNING (not hybrid).
PCS Summer School Application (English, High School)
(click above to apply)
Application Submission Deadline: Friday, May 27
Summer School Information
Location: Petaluma High School (PHS)
Dates: Tuesday, June 21 - Wednesday, July 20. No school on Monday, July 4th
|Session 1||8:30 - 11:30 AM||3 hr block|
|Lunch||11:30 AM - 1200 PM||30 min|
|Session 2||12:00 - 3:00 PM||3 hr block|
|Session 3||Online (limited space,|
|priority for grades 11-12)|
2 Sessions plus bonus online session (15 credits max)
-You must attend the first day of summer school or you may be dropped to provide an opportunity for others.
-You must take each course for the entire 21 days to pass summer school.
-You may not bring visitors to class with you.
-You must return your textbook or pay the book replacement cost if you drop the course.
-You will receive an “Incomplete” grade if you do not return or pay for the textbook.
-Students may not be on campus before 7:45 am, or after 2:50 pm
-Appropriate school attire is required at all times.
-All PCS school rules must be followed at all times.
-Students who are attending individual courses will be expected to leave campus at the end of their class.
-Students in multiple courses will be expected to move from one room to another.
-Restrooms capacity will be limited based on the size of the facility.
Absences and Tardies
- Students with three absences may be dropped from summer school.
- Students with three tardies may be dropped from summer school.
- Students with more than ONE absence from APEX online classes may be dropped from Summer School
Courses Offered: Course offerings will be determined by staff availability.
-English 9, 10, 11, 12
-Math 1 and 2
-American Government & Economics
-Electives: Art, Human Interaction, Spanish (Native Speakers)
-ELD 1 - 3
-Edgenuity - Online Education prioritized for 11th and 12th grade students.