Pacific View Charter is a tuition free California Public School.
Students take 2 classes at a time for 6 weeks. The student and parent/guardian meet weekly with their assigned teacher to review assessments and track progress. Students who wish to take PE must take the class as a third class. Only 5 credits of PE can be earned during the summer session.
A. Documents (upload online OR bring to the front office)
- Birth Certificate
- Immunization Records
- Two proofs of residence (water, gas, electric, rental agreement, mortgage or escrow documents)
- Transcript (unofficial is okay)
- Counselor referral form/letter (highly recommended) Counselor Permission Form
B. Complete the online enrollment: ENROLL NOW
Keep your created Username and Password in a safe place.
View our complete list of courses: Course Catalog
Once your online application is complete, you will be called to set a registration appointment with a teacher (June 20th-30th). Be ready to start your courses on July 3rd.
A referral from your student’s current high school counselor is highly recommended to make sure you enroll in the correct class. All parents will be required to sign a waiver stating that it is their responsibility to have summer classes approved by their school counselor prior to enrolling in Pacific View’s Summer Session.
Students wanting to take only one class for 3 weeks should start on July 1st. We also don’t recommended that students take two core classes during summer session as the class is accelerated. Students should expect to spend approximately 4-6 hours per day on assignments
The highest math classes offered are Math 3, Algebra 2, Statistics and pre-Calculus offered through Edgenuity during the Summer.
Physics and Chemistry will be offered through Edgenuity. Biology can also be taken via Edgenuity or book-based. These are all A-G approved courses.
PE can only be taken as a 2nd or 3rd class and takes the entire 6 week session to complete. Only one semester (5 credits) of PE may be taken during the summer session.
Students have the option of taking both A/S1 and B/S2 of a course consecutively. For example US History A for the first 3 weeks, US History B for the second 3 weeks. It is not recommended that students try to fit a whole year of Math in 6 weeks–rather take one semester of math along with an elective course, unless the student is strong in Math. Math Readiness B can be taken to help prepare students to start Integrated Math 1.