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Course Selection and Summer


Courses for the 2024-25 school year will be self-selected between January 22nd to February 12th through Student Connect, and afterwards, your counselor will go to your English Language Arts class between February 15th to March 1st to review your choices and your requirements. Counselors will be at ARIS and RHIS the week of March 25th.

Check out the newsletters by clicking the images below by grade level for more information! Also be sure to check out your grade level drop downs.

Incoming 9th Grade Course Selection  Current 9th Grade Course Selection  Current 10th Grade Course Selection  Current 11th Grade Course Selection


Check the district Summer School 2024 website for most up-to-date information (not yet updated).

Current 8th Students

  • These are recommendations/possibilities and are not mandatory.
  • eSTEM Language Arts Summer Reading Assignment for all incoming 9th graders (TBD).
  • Math 8 Bridge: For Math 8 students who earn a B or better and want to learn the material which will be covered in Integrated Math 1. Students who successfully complete this bridge program (A, B, or C grades) will be recommended by the district to start 9th grade at the Integrated Math 2/2 Enhanced level. This course is through CNUSD.
    • Student's current math teacher and/or the district is the one who recommends the student for this course, not the eSTEM counselor.
    • This course is only suggested by the counselor if the student is relatively strong in math. Otherwise, the jump from Math 8 to Integrated Math 2 may be too big.

Current 9th to 11th Grade Students

Summer School 2024 Dates: June 13 - July 11

AM: 8:30 AM -12:00 PM 

PM: 12:30 PM - 4:00 PM

Virtual: fully online courses

Note: Not all classes are offered online. In-person only classes include art, PE, math, sciences, etc.

** Parents MUST complete the summer school registration for the classes to be confirmed! Deadline TBD **

Students who failed a core class/semester (F grade) will need to make up that class/semester if the class is offered over the summer. The counselors will also schedule students who earned a D grade in a core class into a summer school class for a chance to earn a better grade in order to be a-g eligible for college. If you think you will fail a second semester class, speak with your counselor by mid-late May to adjust your summer and/or 2024-25 schedule.

Students will take one of the following course per grade level during the summer (unless previously noted to your counselor as to why the student cannot take the course over the summer). Making up D/F grades take priority over taking these courses:

Current 9th (mandatory, however extenuating circumstances will be taken into consideration):

  • Health: One semester for graduation requirements. Can be taken in future summers.
  • PE: If students pass the the PE fitness exam in spring of 9th grade, they may take summer school PE. Otherwise, they will need to take PE in 10th grade.
  • World History: Students who are in band or in sports will take both 1A and 1B in the summer.

Current 10th (mandatory, however extenuating circumstances will be taken into consideration):

  • PE: Students who passed the PE fitness exam in spring of 9th grade may take summer school PE if needed.
  • US History: Recommended for band students and athletes. This will be both 1A and 1B in the summer. Online or in person course.
  • Health: One semester for graduation requirements, if have not taken it already.

Current 11th (mandatory, however extenuating circumstances will be taken into consideration):

  • Fine Arts: Students attend both A and B which is the equivalent of a full year of art. In person course and art type depends on staffing.
  • If you are in band or have taken a fine art already, take a break and explore colleges!

Review these CNUSD Summer School Guidelines.

Summer School Counselors Contact Information:



If students are unable to complete these courses or the courses they need to make up (D/F grades) over the summer, students will not be on track with the 4 year plan. These courses will then be placed in future years, which may result in being taken out of the STEM elective. These courses planned for the summer are required to graduate and/or to fulfill A-G requirements.

Nondiscrimination Statement

The Corona Norco Unified School District is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals in education and in employment and does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived ancestry, age, color, physical or mental disability, medical condition, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, national origin, immigration status, race or ethnicity, ethnic group identification, religion, sex, sexual orientation, marital or parental status, pregnancy, or genetic identification, or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. The Board prohibits, at any district school or school activity, unlawful discrimination, harassment (including sexual harassment), intimidation, and bullying of any student based on the protected characteristics named above.

Copies of CNUSD’s policies including Uniform Complaint Procedures, Sexual Harassment, Nondiscrimination, Title IX Rights and Protection and Statewide Resources are available HERE and upon request.

For any concerns or questions regarding discrimination, equity, Title II, CCR Title 5 or Title IX, please contact: Dr. RoseMarie Hickman, Coordinator, Human Resources, Corona-Norco Unified School District, 2820 Clark Avenue Norco, CA 92860, (951) 736-5000 Contact Dr. Hickman For any allegations under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, please contact: Dr. Milisav Ilic, Administrative Director, Student Services, Corona-Norco Unified School District, 2820 Clark Avenue Norco, CA 92860, (951) 736-5111 Contact Dr. Ilic

Pupils have the right to a free public education, regardless of immigration status or religious beliefs. More information about these rights is available from the California Attorney General, Know Your Rights.  Learn more about Title IX and Sex Discrimination/Harassment.

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