Registration for 2017 classes begins at 9am:
- Seniors on Tuesday, March 7th
- Juniors on Friday, March 10th
- Sophomores on Tuesday, March 14th
- Freshmen and non-credit classes on Friday, March 17th
- Friday, June 16 at 3pm for first session and two session classes
- Friday, July 7 at 3pm for second session classes
- Each one semester course: $275.00 per session
- Each two semester courses: $550.00 per session
- Each activity class: $275.00 per session
- Alternating activity classes: $300.00
The summer school alternating activity class price is for freshmen taking 2 of the following activities; football, baseball, or soccer, which occur at the same time. Students attend the activities on alternate days, and work out the schedule with the individual coaches.
- Art materials fee $70 and there may be additional green fees for golf PE.
- Change course fee per change: $25.00
- Lost Textbooks: Price of the textbook
MB/X Summer School is committed to accommodating all students wishing to take a class.
If a course or preferred session is full, you may choose to Wait List. For 2 semester courses, we will open additional slots as teachers are secured. For 1 semester courses, if the first session is full, students may be offered space in second session.
Courses will be confirmed by May 15th. Courses not meeting minimum enrollment may be cancelled.
All students wishing to take Health will be accommodated in either 1st or 2nd session. You may Wait List if your preferred session is not available. To receive course credit, students may have no more than 1 absence per session.
Enrollment in On-Line Health is limited, with upper classmen given priority.
ONLINE HEALTH STUDENTS MUST PHYSICALLY MEET ON CAMPUS THE FIRST AND LAST DAY OF EACH SESSION. Students must log in each 24-hour period.
Session 1: First meeting Monday, June 19 – 8am or 1:45pm – Final – Friday, July 7 – final begins at 8am or 1:30pm.
Session 2: First meeting Monday, July 10 – 8am or 1:45pm – Final – Thursday, July 27 – final begins at 8am or 1:30pm.
Student Code of Conduct
A safe and positive learning environment will be maintained on campus and in class. All state laws and school regulations regarding student rights and responsibilities are in effect during Summer School. We uphold a code of conduct that emphasizes the dignity of the individual promotes an environment respectful of people of diverse backgrounds and belief systems. We expect students enrolled in our Summer School Program to follow this code. Only in such an atmosphere can students thrive and achieve their full potential. We therefore ask Summer School students to respect their peers’ personal rights and property. Name calling, theft, purposeful damage to others’ belongings, bodily harm to a fellow student or Summer School staff member, and other instances of misconduct will not be tolerated. Each case will be handled on an individual basis by the Summer School principal. He will do so in a fair but swift manner. In the most serious cases, dismissal may be warranted. Whenever possible, parents will be notified of disciplinary problems and actions in a timely fashion. MBX thanks Summer School students in advance for following our Code of Conduct and respecting the rights of others. We look forward to an enjoyable and productive summer sessions for all.
You may request a course change by completing and filing a Course Change Form on or before noon on the third day of the semester. The instructor of the class you are dropping must sign the Course Change Form (if the class is already in process), as must the student’s parent. Completed forms are to be returned to the Summer School Office. (Note: Change of Course Fee: $25.00 per session)
Only students entering grades 9 – 12 in the fall may take courses for academic credit.
The academic requirements and policies of the MBX Summer School Program are presented on this website. Please review them carefully. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR KNOWING AND COMPLYING WITH THESE REGULATIONS.
ACCELERATED PROGRAM: One day of class is equivalent to a week of classes during the regular school year. Failure to attend class regularly jeopardizes your chances for academic success.
ABSENCES: You will be dropped from your courses if you are absent from class for more than one day per semester class (3 week session), or for more than two days for a year-long class (6 week session). There are no excused absences. All absences count toward the two days allowed if attending the full six week session or one day if attending the three week session. This is without exception.
***Instructors may not authorize exceptions to the Attendance Policy.
FINAL DAY: Students are required to attend the last day of class for each semester in which they are enrolled, regardless of prior attendance. Perfect attendance up to the last day of class does not allow for an absence the final day.
FINAL DAY SCHEDULE: The final may not be taken early and instructors may not authorize exceptions. Final Review: 8:00 am – 10:00 am. Final: 10:15 am – 1:30 pm
TARDIES: In addition to attending class regularly, you must be punctual. You will be considered tardy if you are not in your class assigned seat by the beginning of class and after the break of each day. Four tardies are the equivalent of one absence.
***If you exceed the maximum number of absences/tardies, you will automatically lose academic credit and will be dismissed from the Summer Program. Under any of these circumstances, tuition, and fees are forfeited.
Attendance Policy – Athletic
Athletics may be taken with or without credit. To obtain credit for the semester you must follow the same attendance rules outlined under the Academic Absence Policy above. If more than one day absence is anticipated, please inform the activity coach and no credit will be awarded.
Each semester course is equivalent to 5 High School credits. Successful completion of yearlong courses earns 10 High School Credits. Athletic/activities are 5 High School credits.
Homework should be purposeful and related to the subject studied. It is intended primarily to give the student added practice in acquiring skills, insights, and understanding in a particular area of learning. Nightly homework requirements vary among classes and teachers. If a teacher does not provide a specific assignment, it is expected that students read, study or review for the class each night.
Make Up Exams
If you miss an exam or other required course work during the summer session because of absence, you may make up the exam or assignment within one day of returning to school. Arrangements to complete make-up work are your responsibility and must be made directly with your instructor. All work must be completed by the last day of classes (1:30 PM on 07/28/2016). There are no make-up days for final exams, nor may they be taken early. Instructors may not authorize exceptions to this rule. Any extenuating circumstances will be handled by the principal, no later than the last day of class.
Grades in courses taken at MBX are automatically placed on the Mira Costa transcripts for Mira Costa students. Any student who does not wish to have his/her grade on their Mira Costa High School transcript must ask their parent to request this by Wednesday, August 3, 2016 at 4:00 pm by emailing [email protected].
Report cards will be sent to your home address approximately one week after completion of classes. If you are not a full time Mira Costa High School student, you must give your report card to your home school so that the credits can be added to your permanent record. Any discrepancies must be reported immediately to the Summer School Principal. The appeal or challenge deadline for disputed grades is forty five days after the closing of classes. No changes, adjustments or corrections will be made after that date.
You may not enroll in a course for which you do not have the prerequisite or its equivalent. Prerequisites are listed in the course descriptions. Instructors may not waive prerequisites within a department sequence and accept students into the next level. Please note the differentiation between original credit courses and review courses. Review courses require that the course has already ben taken during the regular school year. Original credit courses have a prerequisite noted if applicable. Since the Summer School does not have access to the student’s grades, please ensure that the course prerequisite is met or consult your educational advisor.
Note: Certain Activities/Physical Fitness courses have tryouts. These are listed in the various course descriptions if available.
Full refunds of tuition and fees are granted if:
- A course is cancelled by MBX
- The course period is changed and the student cannot attend
Partial Refunds (60%) are granted if:
The course, including a review course, is dropped by the student before the first day of class. This requires WRITTEN notification of the intent to drop/withdraw signed by the parent and received no later than noon on the first day of class.
No refunds of either tuition or fees will be issued after noon on the first day of class.
Withdrawal from a Course
If you wish to withdraw from a class, you must secure a Withdrawal form from the Summer School office or fill out the Withdrawal form online, and obtain the appropriate signatures (student, instructor, parents). You must complete the form and return it to the Summer School office along with any textbooks issued to you.
To request a scholarship for an academic remediation class, please consult your MCHS school counselor.