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TEF SUMMER HIGH SCHOOL - INFORMATION

Look for TEF ACCELERATED SUMMER HIGH SCHOOL registration information in May 2018.

Temecula Education Foundation - Accelerated Summer High School Courses

Fee-based courses for Grades 9-12 are offered by the Temecula Education Foundation (TEF). TVUSD serves as the accreditation body for these classes.

Registration for summer high school courses will be available via this website beginning May 2017. Classes fill quickly; there is no guarantee of additional sections being offered. Courses to be offered are based on teacher availability and student enrollment. Courses are subject to change.

Accelerated high school courses are demanding and rigorous; they are not for every student.

STUDENTS MAY NOT MISS MORE THAN ONE DAY TO RECEIVE CREDIT FOR ANY SUMMER SCHOOL COURSE

Summer Enrichment Classes are always proposed. Actual curriculum varies and is subject to change. Final course offerings are determined based on teacher availability and student demand (enrollment).

For questions regarding TEF Accelerated Summer High School, please email programs@temeculaeducationfoundation.org

2017 SUMMER HIGH SCHOOL COURSES (For Credit - 4 Weeks)
Ceramics ($331.00)
Spanish I, II, & III • Geometry • World History ($311.00 each course) 
Economics • Government ($165.00 each course)

2017 SUMMER WORKSHOPS (No Credit Given - 2 Weeks)
Pre-AP Chemistry Boot Camp ($175.00) • Algebra I Boot Camp ($100.00)

To give students an advantage before tackling for-credit classes, preparatory classes (for practice only; no credit) also are offered.

Fee-based acceleration and enrichment classes are a joint venture between TEF and the TVUSD, which serves as the accreditation body for high-school credits issued.

Schedules vary; see website for dates. Classes are intended for TVUSD students; those from other districts should check with their home schools before registering.

TEF enrichment (for-credit) classes should not be confused with high school credit recovery or remediation summer school courses. Information on those courses is available from each high school counseling department and the TVUSD.