High School Summer School

Summer 2019

Initial Credit Summer School

Offered for high school credit only, this intensive summer program is limited to students attending Burbank, John Burroughs, and Village Christian Schools.  Students may enroll for initial course credit or take a class to improve a grade for one or both semesters.

Initial Credit Summer School Flyer

Students seeking initial credit must have a “B” or better in previous related course work.  Each ICSS course offers a full year of high school credit (10 credits) within a condensed format – 24 days.  One instructional day is equivalent to one week of instruction and curriculum in a regular school year.  Pacing is rapid and therefore the rigor heightened.  Please consider carefully before enrolling students who have struggled in a specific subject area within the regular school year.

Monday, June 3 – Thursday, July 11, 2019 (6 weeks)

Classes are typically held Monday – Thursday*

* In honor of Independence Day, classes will not be held on Thursday, July 4.  As a result, classes will meet on Friday, June 28.

Students must be present on the first day of class.  Students who miss the first day of class without a pre-approved reason will be dropped from the program.

Students who miss more than two instructional days may be dropped from the class.  Daily attendance is expected and absences will affect final grades.  If you are absent for any reason, it is the student’s responsibility to communicate with his/her teacher and complete assignments in a timely manner.


Please note that students can only register for one course.

·         Algebra II ·         Spanish II
·         Geometry ·         Spanish III
·         Pre-Calculus ·         Spanish IV


View our flyer.

  • Both Semesters (“Fall and Spring” for 10 credits): 6/3 – 7/11 = $550
  • Semester A only* (“Fall” only for 5 credits): 6/3 – 6/20 = $275
  • Semester B only* (“Spring” only for 5 credits): 6/24 – 7/11 = $275

* For recovery credit only.  No initial credit awarded.


To register, please:

  • Download, complete, and print the application
  • Mail the application with a check for the full cost (either $550 or $275, pending the semester(s) you are registering for) to:

Woodbury University
Attn: Greg Dotson
7500 N. Glenoaks Blvd.
Burbank, CA 91504

Please note that applications must be mailed via the US Post Office.  Applications that are walked-in will not be accepted.

Make checks payable to “Woodbury University.”

  • Once your application and payment have been received and processed, you will receive an email confirming course placement or explaining that you have been placed on the wait list. Please allow approximately 2-weeks for processing.

Registration/Application Form

Cancellations must be received in writing via email to Edward Rivas (summerprograms@woodbury.edu).  A full refund will be granted to students who cancel enrollment by 5 PM on Friday, May 17, 2019.  Cancellations received after 5 PM on May 17 and before 3 PM on the second day of class (either Tuesday, June 4 or, if enrolled in Semester B only, Tuesday, June 25) will be awarded a 50% refund.  Refunds will not be granted after the second day of class. Full refunds will be given to students who enroll in a class that is cancelled due to low enrollment.  Classes with fewer than 15 students are subject to cancellation.

BUSD Students: At the end of each semester, you will be given a grade slip.  All grades will be recorded and shared with BUSD unless otherwise requested.  Please note that Woodbury University does NOT give college credit for this program.


Village Christian Students: At the end of each semester, you will be given a grade slip.  Woodbury will mail your grade to Village Christian.  Please note that Woodbury University does NOT give college credit for this program.

Woodbury recognizes physical and mental disabilities that include mobility, sensory, health, psychological, and learning disabilities, and provides reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities once the disability is adequately documentedIt is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to make his/her child’s disability known at the time of enrollment and provide appropriate documentation and evaluations to support the accommodations requested.  The University, however, is unable to make accommodations that are unduly burdensome or that fundamentally alter the nature of the service, program, or activity.