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John Marshall High School

Summer School

Summer School June 24 - July 28

There are multiple opportunities for summer school:

Credit Recovery Courses (blended edgenuity)

Period 1: 8:30 a.m. -11:00a.m.

Period 2: 11:30a.m. - 2:00p.m.

Periods 1 and 2 will be taught online by LAUSD teachers.

Summer School Counselor

Mr. Arevalo

Summer School Principal

Mrs. Danielyan (June 23-July 13)

Mr. Hernandez (July 14 - July 28)


Credit Recovery and Enrichment Courses (edgenuity)

Students have new opportunities for online learning this year.

Period 3: Virtual Online classes

Period 4: Virtual Online  classes

Students will complete coursework independently online (see attached list of courses).


Immigrant Newcomer Course

The Multilingual and Multicultural Education Department (MMED) and the Beyond the Bell Branch (BTB) are working together to offer a Title III Immigrant Newcomer Summer Program 2020 online via Schoology. This program is designed to support middle school/high school students who are:

Foreign born English Learners
Enrolled in U.S. schools for less than 36 months (as of April 2020)

See attached Parent Notification Letters in English and in Spanish.

Click HERE to download Media Release Form (Publicity Authorization and Release Form) or see attached forms in English and Spanish.


Marshall Escalante Accelerated Courses

Marshall High School partnered with the East Los Angeles College (ELAC) Escalante program to offer accelerated Geometry and Pre-calculus classes.

Students will enroll in East Los Angeles College (ELAC). Classes will meet online from 8:00a.m. to 2:00p.m.


Enrichment Courses

Students should visit the link ASAP and self-register directly.  There is no need to contact a Marshall counselor.

Enrichment https://achieve.lausd.net/summer2020

English Application at the Los Angeles Unified’s Summer of Learning 2020 application form: https://enroll.lausd.net/en-US/Summer2020

Spanish/Español: https://enroll.lausd.net/es/Summer2020


Los Angeles City College Courses

Be aware that these classes are actual college classes and only students who can commit to the rigorous coursework should apply.

Step 1: Apply to LACC

Have you applied to LACC or taking a class at any of the LACCD 9 community colleges within the last year? If so, you may skip this step.

If you are a new student, or you have not taken a class during the last year, you must complete an online college application.

You must create an account first with CCC Apply. Once you create an account, make sure to start the application to LA City College and choose the correct term. (Summer 2020). Once you submit your application, you will receive an email with your new LACC Student ID # within 72 hours.

You may also attend one of the weekly Online Zoom Application Workshops on Mondays & Wednesdays from 3:00pm-4:30pm. You may register for one of them. Or join the workshop using the Zoom ID: 3239534002

Step 2: Fill out the K-12 form

The form is attached. Complete all questions on Part I: K-12 Student Information ONLY. Make sure to put down your LACC Student ID Number (not your High School ID).

You and your parent/legal guardian (if you are under 18yo) must electronically sign this form (not just type your name in the signature box). Do not print, sign, and scan. To sign the form electronically click on the pen icon at the top of the pdf form. Once you finish, save it and email it back to Ms. Bryan by May 29th.: tbrya3@lausd.net

Questions on how to complete PDF form from your phone? Follow the steps on this tutorial video: Tutorial K-12 English Tutorial K-12 Spanish

Once your paperwork is processed, you should receive an email from LACC confirming your registration and informing you of how to access your LACC student portal