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Summer School

Providence Summer School is open to students from all schools, both public and private. All credit courses are UC approved and meet the A-G requirements set by the UC system.

The summer session will start June 19th and will end July 14th. School will be closed on July 4th.

There are no uniforms required for Summer Session However, all students must wear shoes that cover the toes, no sandals or flip-flops are allowed. In addition, all students must wear shirts that fully cover the stomach and midriff area. Sleeveless tops are not permitted. Hats may be worn outside but must be removed when indoors. Clothing that has slogans or graphics that depict/promote drug use, alcohol or tobacco or contain profanity or hate speech are not permitted. Students found in violation of this code will be sent home and an absence will be charged to their record that counts toward the maximum of three absences permitted.

Students are expected to uphold our core values of Respect, Compassion, Justice, Excellence, and Stewardship. Any use or possession of drugs, alcohol, tobacco or any act of violence or intimidation committed against another student, faculty member or support personnel will result in immediate disciplinary action up to and include expulsion. In such a case there would be no refund of fees paid. Also, please keep in mind that there is no eating or drinking (water excepted) in any of the classrooms and gum chewing is never permitted on school grounds.

Attendance is important. Summer Courses are both condensed and accelerated. As a result, a maximum of three absences is permitted. (Enrichment classes may be granted an exception from this rule with prior permission from both the instructor and the Summer Director) Absence beyond three days, for any reason, will result in zero credit being awarded for the class(s). Being on time is equally important. Three tardies equal one absence. A tardy beyond the first fifteen minutes of class is counted as an absence.

A refund of course tuition (minus the $50 registration fee) is possible up to midnight June 20th. Please allow up to two weeks for any refund to appear on your bank statement.

Providence cannot accept cash as payment for summer courses. All payments must be via credit card/debit card.