Summer School Classes

We are excited to announce that we will be offering summer classes at Edgewood and West Covina High Schools through our partnership with the Options for Youth (OFY) public charter organization.  Students who will be enrolled in grades 9-12 during the 2023-24 school year will be eligible to attend. These courses can be taken for either credit recovery or original credit and, depending on the school and course, may be conducted virtually or in-person.  Many of you may be aware that we have successfully partnered with OFY over the last three summers to offer a variety of courses at no cost to our families.

Edgewood High School
Academic: July 5 - August 1 ( in-person) 
Athletic: July 5 - August 11 (in-person)

West Covina High School
Academic: July 5 - August 1 (in-person/virtual)
Athletic: July 5 - August 11 (in-person)


Our teachers will be facilitating the virtual academic courses utilizing the Edmentum online curriculum. The Edmentum curriculum is web-based and can be accessed through the student’s school issued or personal device with an  internet connection. The curriculum is research based and designed to engage students through the use of  media-rich, interactive learning experiences. All courses are A-G compliant and aligned to the California  State Standards. The in-person academic courses will be facilitated using our core curriculum but some Edmentum curricular resources may be incorporated as well.  Students enrolled in the athletic courses can choose to earn PE credit.

Registration Process

The registration period for the EHS and WCHS summer courses is from Monday, March 20-Friday, June 2. However, students are encouraged to register as soon as possible as many of the courses will fill up quickly. The first step of the registration process can be completed through the following link which is also located on the EHS and WCHS websites: 

WCUSD OFY Summer Program Part 1

Once a student completes the first step of the registration process, an email will be sent which provides directions on how to complete the second step of the process through the OFY organization. Students cannot be enrolled in any courses until they have completed both parts of the OFY registration process. 

Additional information related to the summer programs can also be obtained on the school websites (click for EHS Website or WCHS Website) along with contact information for the site administrators who will be overseeing  the programs.