CEF Summer Programs
Registration is now open for SLICE of Credit and SLICE of Summer ONLINE!
Because education is often what takes place outside the classroom, CEF is dedicated to providing summer enrichment opportunities for TK-12th graders. Each summer in order to meet the needs of everyone in the community, we offer multiple programs through SLICE of Summer including (for the second year) our for credit classes for high school students in partnership with University of La Verne.
Due to the ongoing pandemic and uncertainty about how groups can gather and availability of district facilities, all in-person enrichment classes for 2020 SLICE of Summer have been cancelled. Limited online opportunities are being offered in the 2020 SLICE of Summer ONLINE program.
All sessions are sold out!
SLICE of Summer ONLINE presents
College Application Essay Writing with David Chamberlain
For students entering 11th and 12th grade
ALL SESSIONS SOLD OUT
In this two-week course, David Chamberlain, Claremont High School teacher and Speech & Debate coach, will lead students through the college application process, focusing on the required essays. Through a writing workshop approach, students will draft responses to the UC Personal Insight Questions (PIQs) and they will draft the Common Application Essay. This class is open to all students entering 11th and 12th grades with priority given to rising seniors.
SLICE of Credit presents
Technology Education for the 21st Century
Students entering 7th-12th grade can earn 5 high school credits this summer with University of La Verne!
ALL SESSIONS SOLD OUT
Sold Out! This summer, University of La Verne and Claremont Educational Foundation are proud to offer a WASC accredited for-credit high school course in Technology Education for the 21st Century. Each 3-week session provides 5 units of credit, equivalent to one high school semester. Students may use a University of La Verne transcript* after course completion to apply for credits towards graduation requirements at their high schools. In this online course, students will work daily at their own pace and on their own schedule to create, manipulate, and produce content; understand research and information fluency; and learn about digital citizenship, communication, collaboration, technology operations, and concepts. CLICK HERE to download the flyer.
Grades will be posted on mylaverne after August 24.
Transcripts will be processed and mailed to the address provided at registration after grades have been posted on August 24. It is the student's responsibility to submit to their school. DO NOT open the transcripts as most institutions require transcripts to be provided in sealed envelopes.