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Summer School

Compass 2024

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Compass 2024

 Compass is a summer program for incoming freshmen to provide a summer head start to prepare them for high school. Compass students are pre-selected based on middle school reccommendation, reading test scores, and math test scores. 
Dates: June 17 - July 12, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm
*No school: June 19, July 4 & July 5

Contact Information:
Alissa Talesnick
Compass Coordinator
Regular Summer School 2024 Information

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Regular Summer School 2024 Information

Sequoia High School is pleased to announce that we will be offering a Summer School Program here at Sequoia High School again this summer.
Summer School begins every day at 8:30 a.m. and ends at 2:00 p.m.  
Session I: June 13 - July 3 (No school: June 19, July 4 & July 5)
Session II: July 8 - July 25

To enroll in Summer School, please contact your counselor. To check to see your classes log in to Infinite Campus
Summer School Office (650) 306-6229
Summer School Principal, Contact Information:
Erin Cespedes, ext. 69099
Summer School Secretary
Estreya Zamora, ext. 69098
Session 2:
Summer School Principal, Contact Information:
Brenda Soto, ext. 69099
Summer School Secretary
Vanessa Oseguera, ext. 69098

Behavior and Attendance Expectations: Sequoia Summer School

Attendance Policy: 
  • Students can only miss ten hours of class time and still be eligible to receive credit for the course (five hours for PE and Life Skills). Students who miss more than 10 hours of class will be dropped. 2 tardies = 1 hour absent. We cannot excuse any absences during summer school. 


Behavior Policies:

Please note: Sequoia High School is a closed campus. Students are not permitted to leave campus during the school day for any reason without express permission and checkout procedures. 
Disruptive Behavior:  Students will be dismissed from summer school for repeated, disruptive behavior. Disruptive behavior may include but is not limited to using cell phones or ipods in the classroom, being tardy to class, wandering outside of designated boundaries, dressing inappropriately, failing to follow normal classroom procedures, or disrupting the learning environment in any way.
Major infractions:  Students will be immediately dismissed from summer school for any major infraction as defined in the education code listed above. Major infractions include but are not limited to fighting or attempting to cause harm to another; possessing, using, or attempting to sell drugs, alcohol, or any illegal substance; possessing a weapon; engaging in habitual profanity; bullying or threatening another student; and defying a valid school authority.
Schedule Changes
As a reminder, all SUHSD sites will remain closed all summer. With the exception of the on-campus lab, no other services or facilities will be open. Therefore, if your student needs to drop, change or register for  a class, please contact: 

Hoxira Castaneda,

If your student will not be participating in summer school, please contact me at your earliest convenience so that they may be dropped from their course and space made available to students who are waitlisted.

Edgenuity Courses

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Edgenuity Courses

 Edgenuity is the district’s independent, online program for students who have previously earned a D in a course needed for UC a-g eligibility.

SHS Summer Edgenuity Lab
10:00am-3:30pm, Room B-8
Session 1, June 13-July 3: Julio Calles,
Session 2, July 8-July 25: Adrian Dilley,
Note: SUHSD/Sequoia's Edgenuity policy is that students must take their tests and cumulative tests on site with the Edgenuity teacher. Students may work independently on assignments, but testing must be taken in person in the Edgenuity lab so that the teacher can unlock tests and monitor students while testing. The Edgenuity teachers also issue final grades.