No one can lay any foundation other than the one already laid, which is Jesus Christ. 1 Corinthians 3:11
Summer School Offerings
Crean Lutheran High School (CLHS) offers on-campus, online, flex/blended (combination of online and on-campus) summer school classes. CLHS 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.
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.
Three or Six Week (on-campus/blended/online)
Semester 1: June 17-July 5
Semester 2: July 8-July 26
Four or Eight Week (online, flex/blended)
Semester 1: June 10-July 5
Semester 2: July 8-August 2
Please email any questions regarding summer school to Megan Morphis at firstname.lastname@example.org
- When is Summer School?
- When will my class be open in Canvas?
- What are the hours of instruction?
- How do I order books?
- How much does summer school cost?
- Who is eligible to attend and where are classes offered?
- Are CLHS classes transferable?
- What can I expect from a CLHS summer class?
- What are the attendance requirements?
- What are the technology requirements?
- Does CLHS have a uniform policy during the summer?
Crean Lutheran High School (CLHS) offers on-campus, online and blended (combination of online and on-campus) classes. Three and six weeks on-campus, blended, and online courses are in session from June 17-July 26. Four and eight-week online courses are in session from June 10-August 2. We offer two summer semesters - Semester 1 is equivalent to the first semester (half a year) of coursework and Semester 2 is equivalent to the second semester (half a year) of coursework. CLHS summer school classes are open to all students regardless of what school students are enrolled at during the academic year unless noted in the course description. To successfully complete a course, students must attend classes (on campus, blended, or online) and fulfill all coursework that includes homework and exams.
Crean Lutheran is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). CLHS courses meet or exceed the University of California “A-G” subject area requirements. Please Note: Crean Lutheran High School is not responsible for other schools or school districts and their determination of how they accept these units. All students are advised to confirm course credit transfer with their school counselor prior to enrolling in a CLHS course.
Since each semester is only three or four weeks long, summer classes are fast-paced. In addition to the three hours of instruction received each day, it will be important for each student to allocate at least three to four hours per day to work on classwork. For blended and online classes, an even greater time commitment is necessary.
Students attending class on-campus or online are required to be in attendance every day. Students missing more than one day of school may be dropped from the class. If dropped, the registration and course fees are non-refundable. Missing one day of summer school is equivalent to missing 3 days of regular school. For blended classes, it is equivalent to missing even more class time. Online students must log in every day and display measurable progress.
Crean Lutheran requires each new student (i.e., incoming students or those from other high schools) to attend Crean Lutheran's Technology Orientation which provides information related to navigating Canvas, our course management system. Each student will be required to have a laptop (PC, Mac, or Chromebook) with a strong internet connection.