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Summer School

No one can lay any foundation other than the one already laid, which is Jesus Christ. 1 Corinthians 3:11

Online Summer School Offerings (Synchronous & Asynchronous)

Crean Lutheran summer school courses are open to all high school age students, regardless of the school they attend during the academic year, unless noted otherwise in the course description.

Crean Lutheran High School’s comprehensive Summer School program allows students to prepare for subsequent courses for advancement, to remediate courses students struggled in during the year, and achieve academic goals for college and career readiness. Many of these courses are taken by incoming students, thereby allowing them to better balance their academic and extracurricular workload during the academic year. Our experienced teachers design quality courses to meet educational standards and experiences for all students. All on-ground summer school courses are now changed to synchronous online courses.

All new students must complete a Technology Orientation, which will provide information related to using Canvas, our course management system. Students will sign up for a Technology Orientation during the Summer School Registration process.

Click here to register for summer school

Three or Six Week (online)
Semester 1: June 15-July 2
Semester 2: July 6-July 24

Four or Eight Week (online)
Semester 1: June 8-July 2
Semester 2: July 6-July 31

Click here for course descriptions and prerequisites

Please email any questions regarding summer school to Megan Morphis at

Synchronous Learning for Traditional On-Campus Summer Courses (now online)

syn·​chro·​nous  adjective
: happening, existing, or arising at precisely the same time (Definition from Merriam-Webster)
All on-campus classes will transition online to a synchronous format at their normally scheduled time from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. every day. Teachers will provide an hour of instruction via Zoom and will be available for the three-hour block of time to answer questions or student concerns. Students are required to attend each Zoom lesson and must be online and working during the three-hour block of class time. Teachers will bring the students back together to wrap up the class before 12:00 p.m.

Asynchronous Learning for Traditional Online Summer Courses

asyn·​chro·​nous adjective
: not simultaneous or concurrent in time (Definition from Merriam-Webster)
All online classes will remain online in an asynchronous format. Students will complete weekly, self-paced lessons and assignments. While the majority of lessons and coursework will be asynchronous in nature, teachers of online classes will provide live, synchronous lessons via Zoom three times during the semester: one at the beginning of the semester, one midway through the semester, and one at the end of the semester. This will give the teacher and students opportunities to meet each other virtually, check-in, and wrap-up the course.

Summer School FAQs


949.387.1199 ext. 2134