Summer Enrichment Courses Now Available for Students – May 31 Deadline to Apply
High school students on track for A-G and interested in taking enrichment courses at their high school this summer are now able to apply for these courses! Applications are due May 31. Students will be served on a first-come, first-served basis. Please ask your counselors to begin sharing these opportunities with students.
Below is a description of the curriculum and which courses are slated to be offered at each one of our five comprehensive high schools:
- 3-D Design 1 / 3-D Design 2 (Offered at: Kennedy, McClatchy, Rosemont) (F Approved – 2 semester course)
- Art History and Appreciation (Offered at: To be announced) (F Approved -1 semester course)
- Latin American Studies (Offered at: To be announced) (G Approved -1 semester course)
- Psychology (Offered at: Kennedy, Rosemont) (G Approved – 1 semester course)
About the Enrichment Program:
Sacramento City Unified School District is working in partnership with Scout to offer enrichment courses to our high school students. Scout from University of California is a Student Academic Preparation and Educational Partnerships (SAPEP) program that develops and delivers A-G approved online classes and curriculum to students. The program will incorporate a blended learning opportunity, utilizing a traditional
in-class teacher with online course materials.
Students that are on-track for graduation and A-G can apply to participate in this exciting opportunity. Application is now available. Please see your high school counselor to find out if you are eligible to participate in the summer program. Enrollment will be based on a
first-come, first-served basis.