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REGISTRATION INFORMATION

ENROLLMENT INFORMATION
Grade level is determined by the students grade in Fall of 2013. Registration is on a first come, first serve basis. Classes will be offered subject to enrollment, and may be cancelled due to insufficient enrollment. Classes will accommodate 30-35 students. Requests for changes will be granted only if space permits.

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PAYMENT INFORMATION Tuition $150 for Elective Enrichment Courses, $250 for Repeat Courses, and $350 for Advancement Courses. A $75 deposit for each class due upon registration. Remaining balance is due May 13, 2013. REFUND POLICY Full refund less $25 processing fee if cancelled before May 20, 2013. Registration form must be accompanied by a deposit, full payment due May 13, 2013. Registration deadline May 13, 2013. Full refund will only be made for classes cancelled by FGUS after May 30, 2013. A partial refund of 50% will be made if requested prior to May 29, 2013. No refund will be granted after May 30, 2013, except for verified medical emergencies. TO ENSURE ENROLLMENT All forms, including payment, must be COMPLETE. Please make sure all emergency information is current and included. Confirmation notices will be mailed home prior to the beginning of summer school as classes are confirmed. Make checks payable to FGUS. All fees must accompany registration forms. Returned checks are subject to a $25 fee. REGISTRATION WITH PAYMENT SHOULD BE SENT: FGUS c/o Glendora Unified School District ATTN: Educational Services/Summer Enrichment 500 N. Loraine Ave. Glendora, CA 91741

SUMMER ENRICHMENT
BROCHURE

HIGH SCHOOL

SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2 LOCATION

MAY 31 JUNE 17

JUNE 18 JULY 3

Glendora High School 1600 E. Foothill Blvd. Glendora, CA 91741

summerschool@fgus.net

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ONLINE INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION
LOCATION SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
JUNE 18 JULY 3 (12 days) Glendora High School 1600 E. Foothill Blvd. Glendora, CA 91741 MAY 31 JUNE 17 (12 days)

HOW TO REGISTER
Complete a separate registration form along with a $75 deposit for each class student is enrolling. Make check payable to FGUS. Mail or drop off deposit/payment to: FGUS c/o Glendora Unified School District ATTN: Educational Services/Summer Enrichment 500 N. Loraine Ave. Glendora, CA 91741

Non GUSD students must provide proof of immunization, or provide the name and phone number of the present school for immunization compliance. Final payment for each class must be received no later than May 13, 2013.

TUITION

Elective Enrichment Courses (2.5 credits) $150 Repeat Courses (5 credits per semester) $250/sem | $350/year Advancement Courses (10 credits) $350

Confirmation that your student has been enrolled in a class will come in our May mailing. We will ONLY contact you prior to this if there is a conflict with the classes in which you have indicated on registration.

(2.5) CREDITS PER CLASS

ELECTIVE ENRICHMENT

ENGLISH SAT PREPARATION This course is an intensive preparation course for the SAT. Students will be able to take this class as an elective. The units of instruction will focus on test-taking techniques and SAT content review in English. (PASS/FAIL) OFFERED SEM. 1 MATH SAT PREPARATION This course is an intensive preparation course for the SAT. Students will be able to take this class as an elective. The units of instruction will focus on test-taking techniques and SAT content review in Math. (PASS/FAIL) OFFERED SEM. 1 DRIVERS EDUCATION This course is a prerequisite for Driver Training. It is the classroom phase of the program and include instruction in the vehicle code to prepare the student to pass the driving test required for a drivers license. (PASS/FAIL) OFFERED SEM. 1 & 2
[MUST BE 15 YEARS OLD BY MAY 31, 2013 TO ENROLL]

CHEMISTRY (CP) This laboratory course covers topics including atomic theory, chemical reactions, solutions, the periodic table, chemical bonding, structure of molecules, the mole concept, reaction rates, equilibrium, solubility, acids/bases, oxidation/red reduction. OFFERED SEM. 1 & 2 U.S. HISTORY This course examines the political, economic, religious, military, scientific and cultural events that have affected the rise and growth of our nation with an emphasis on the 20th century. The student is expected to be able to explain, analyze and evaluate major events and influences in U.S. History and to make connections between time periods and events. OFFERED SEM. 1 & 2 WORLD HISTORY Students will analyze the trends in world history connecting the events of the past with their impact upon the present and the future. Focus topics include: the rise of democracy, Industrialization, Imperialism, Colonialism, Nationalism, and Totalitarianism.
OFFERED SEM. 1 & 2

line, value, and color theory in the visual arts. Assignments are combined with vocabulary and the study of major artists and art history periods as it applies to the curriculum. BOTH SEMESTERS 1 & 2
(YEARLONG CLASS)

GEOMETRY Students will learn to apply definitions and assumptions to complete mathematical proofs, solve problems involving congruent triangles, find areas and volumes, solve right triangles, and work with geometric probabilities and inequalities. BOTH SEMESTERS 1 & 2
(YEARLONG CLASS)

GOVERNMENT This class focuses on the history, framework, and operation of local, state and federal bodies of government. Students are encouraged in community participation and to develop abilities to analyze the state of democracy today. PREREQUISITE: Incoming 12th grade only.
BOTH SEMESTERS 1 & 2 (YEARLONG CLASS PAIRED WITH ECON.)

(5) CREDITS PER SEMESTER


BIOLOGY (CP) This standards-based course include chemistry of life, cell organelles and their function, cell division and meiosis, DNA structure and replication, protein synthesis, heredity, genetics, evolution, and ecology. The second semester emphasizes human physiology including the following systems: digestive, nervous, endocrine, immune and cardiopulmonary. OFFERED SEM. 1 & 2

REPEAT COURSES

SPANISH 1 This is a beginning-level world language course, emphasizing communication in areas of functional necessity. OFFERED SEM. 1 & 2

ECONOMICS Reviews general micro and macro economic theory through the application of basic concepts on various projects and simulations, including an opportunity to participate in free enterprise week which connects with local business and government leaders. PREREQUISITE: Incoming 12th grade only. BOTH SEMESTERS 1 & 2
(YEARLONG CLASS PAIRED WITH GOVT.)

[THESE COURSES MEET THE A-G REQUIREMENT FOR UC/CSU] ART FOUNDATIONS This is a beginning art class. Students will study the basic use of art elements, principles, media, and processes such as composition,

(10) CREDITS PER CLASS

ADVANCEMENT COURSES

ADDITIONAL CLASSES
Additional classes are offered through GUSD for remediation. Please refer to the GHS summer packet for this course information.