Use Summer to Get Ahead!
Fairmont Prep’s Summer Program is open to the public and offers a variety of for-credit UC-Approved courses. On-Campus courses meet Tuesday through Thursday and students will sign-in to Fairmont’s online Learning Management System to complete the remainder of the coursework each week. Fairmont is also pleased to continue offering an expanding list of rigorous, relevant, and engaging online high school summer school courses. All of our online courses include instructional presentations, informative videos, online texts, interactive assignments, engaging discussions, and timely, personalized feedback from our specially trained teachers.
Dates & Pricing
(Semester 1 & 2)
|June 19 – July 26, 2018 (6 weeks)|
|$1000 +$20 Class Materials Fee|
Receive 10 credits = full school year of curriculum
Semester 1 Only
|June 19 – July 5, 2018 (3 weeks)|
|$500 + $20 Class Materials Fee|
Receive 5 credits = first semester of curriculum
Semester 2 Only
|July 10 – July 26, 2018 (3 weeks)|
|$500 + $20 Class Materials Fee|
Receive 5 credits = second semester of curriculum
Summer 2018 Schedule
AM & PM Classes = On-Campus (Tuesday – Thursday) Option
Online Courses** = Flexible Off-Site Option
8:30am – 12:00pm
12:30pm – 4:00pm
|Online Courses **|
|Mathematics||Algebra I CP, Algebra II/Trig CP,
Geometry CP, Pre-Calculus CP,
|Geometry CP, Pre-Calculus CP|
|Science||Biology CP, Biology (H),
Chemistry CP, Chemistry (H),
|Social Science||US History CP*
World History CP
|US History CP* ,
|US History CP*
US Government CP (Sem. 1)
Economics CP (Sem. 2)
|Languages||Spanish I CP
Spanish II CP
|Fine Arts||Beginning Digital Multimedia CP|
|English||English I, English II||English III, English IV|
|Other Courses||Health CP (3 wk course)
Strategies for Success (3 wk course)
Both Offered in Sem. 1 or Sem. 2
*Please note: US History CP is available as On-Campus or Online Course
**F-1 Visa student must take courses on-campus. Online courses taken remotely will not receive credit.
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This course introduces Spanish communication skills. It provides the students with a vocabulary that reflects daily contact with the world around them. Students are introduced to basic grammatical structures, which they are expected to master. They also practice essential verb structures to express themselves both orally and in written form. In addition, students are provided ample practice in pronunciation, listening and conversation. Awareness of Hispanic culture is stressed.
This course expands on the foundations learned in Spanish I. It includes a review of basic grammar and an introduction to more complex constructions, vocabulary and idiomatic expressions. An emphasis is placed on reading and listening comprehensions, with activities designed to teach language in authentic contexts. Students strengthen their writing skills and improve on their speaking skills through regular classroom practice. Students will further their understanding of the diverse cultures of the Spanish speaking world.
Yes! All Fairmont Private School campuses are accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). WASC accredits over 4,500 public, independent, church-related, and private schools from preschools to universities. The WASC accreditation process fosters excellence in elementary, secondary, and higher education by encouraging school improvement. WASC accreditation recognizes schools that meet an acceptable level of quality, in accordance with established, research-based WASC criteria.
Using Courses for Advancement or Remediation
All courses are UC-Approved, however they are not all guaranteed to transfer credit for advancement or remediation. All public and private schools have different requirements. Before enrolling, please speak with your school counselor to confirm that your courses will transfer. Only your current school counselor will be able to determine which classes are right for you to meet your academic objectives.
Fairmont’s refund policy is as follows: Fairmont Summer Programs will issue a refund prior to June 1 for any changes in your summer schedule after deducting cancellation fees. After June 1, no refunds will be granted. Please contact the Summer Programs Team to inquire about a refund: firstname.lastname@example.org
$100 cancellation fee for any cancellations through March 31
$200 cancellation fee for any cancellations through April 30
$400 cancelation fee for any cancelations through May 31. No refunds will be granted for cancelations after June 1.
Drops, Withdrawals & Adds Policy
Fairmont Summer Program Drop, Withdraw, and Add schedule is as follows:
Adds – To add a course, students must be enrolled by the second day of the semester: Wednesday June 20 or July 11 to comply with summer absence policy (ONE absence allowed per semester).
Drops – Students can drop a class with no grade penalty during the first week of the semester: Thursday June 21 or July 12.
Withdrawals – Students may withdraw from a class with a W from week 2-3 of the course. After the third week, students will no longer be able to receive a W and will receive the grade earned in that course.
You must complete a Summer Change Form provided by the teacher to complete the drop. If the form is not completed and signed, you will remain in the program.
Please note: Fairmont’s refund policy applies to all drops and withdrawals– No refunds are granted after June 1.
Students may take a course for audit if they wish to not receive a letter grade in the course. All classes taken for audit will receive a Pass or No Pass credit. Students will need to receive above a C- to receive a Pass credit.
If you’re planning to take a class for Audit, please notify the teacher within the first two days of the class. You will complete a Summer Change Form provided by the teacher to Audit the course. Audits should be made by Wednesday June 20 or July 11.
Students who attend summer school are permitted one absence per semester, for any reason.
Students will receive no credit for the course if s/he accumulates more than one absence per semester. Please notify the teacher if you are aware of any pre-planned missed dates.
Transcripts are only available upon request online.
Please use the following link to submit your transcript request: https://fairmontca.scriborder.com/
Please allow 3-5 business days for processing.
For student and parent convenience, we have bundled all online textbooks and/or e-learning materials with the online classes, so there is no further need to purchase additional e-books or materials.
Fairmont’s summer classes utilize innovative technologies that greatly enhance the student learning experience. To optimize the experience, students are required to use a mobile device, such as an iPad (recommended) or laptop computer.
Summer Dress Code
We want all students to be comfortable in class. Clothing should be neat, clean, and fit properly. No clothing that advertises or promotes the use of drugs, alcohol, weapons or tobacco may be worn. No clothing that is provocative, revealing, or tight- fitting should be worn. Please also avoid wearing clothing with inappropriate wording. You will be provided additional dress code information in the Student Guidelines handout on the first day.
Summer Lunch Offerings
Summer lunch information coming soon.
Fairmont will be offering limited bus transportation to the Historic Anaheim and Prep Academy campuses.
Summer 2018 transportation routes, pick-up times, and how to sign up will be available in April.