Summer Enrollment 2014

iHigh Summer Program Information Updated 07-09-14

iHigh Summer Program enrollments are now closed. Classes end August 1. For information on the Computer Proficiency Opt-Out test, please go to the iHigh home page at
Students who are no-shows after two days will be dropped from the Summer Program. Students who have completed 0% coursework during Week 1 will be dropped. Students who started iHigh summer courses and did not drop by the June 27 deadline will receive a transcript grade.

iHigh Summer Office is in Room 222 at Serra High School, 5156 Santo Road, SD 92124. Please do NOT call Serra High School. They are our host site, but they do not have information about the iHigh program. Questions should be sent to We do not have summer phone support, but we respond quickly to emails. 

The iHigh Virtual Academy 2014 Summer Program is funded by Operation Student Virtual Learning (OSVL) grant. Military students have priority for enrollment. Non-military students are also welcome and are accepted on a space-available basis until capacity is reached.

Is the iHigh Summer Program right for you?

iHigh courses combine online instruction, assignments and tests with face-to-face proctored exams and tutoring. Students must be available to report to one of the iHigh summer locations (Serra High or iHigh/Old Town) for proctored exams during the regular summer school day (7:30 AM-11:45 AM). Credentialed iHigh teachers will be on campus daily to assist students with coursework. Students attend the first-day Orientation (2 hours), and then may work from home or work on campus, except for proctored exams. Students must have an active email address and daily access to an Internet-connected computer (no iPads). Netbooks or laptops will be available for use on campus. Most courses require about 3 hours of coursework per day in order to earn one semester of credit. Science courses require daily attendance (4 hours per day) to meet hands-on lab requirements.


Students who plan to be on travel during the summer session should carefully consider whether they will be able to complete all coursework and proctored exams while on travel, to avoid a situation that results in a low transcript grade.

  • Eligibility: Students entering grades 9-12 in Fall 2014 who live within the San Diego Unified School District boundaries, or who attend SDUSD schools full time on an approved interdistrict transfer, are eligible to apply. Students must have an active email address, daily access to an Internet-connected computer, and transportation to the assigned iHigh location for Orientation and proctored exams.
  • Course Limits: Students may only take one iHigh course at a time. Example, a student would need to complete Geometry 1 by July 14 (three-week point) in order to enroll in Geometry 2. Most students are able to complete either one full-version course or two credit-recovery courses during the six-week summer session. It is not possible for students to enroll at iHigh and also enroll at a charter school for summer classes. It is not possible for students to take two summer classes at a traditional high school and also take iHigh courses, as school closes at 11:45 AM each day and there would be no time to take the proctored exams.

 iHigh Summer Locations    

  • Serra High School, 5156 Santo Rd., San Diego CA 92124 (Tierrasanta)

  •  iHigh Virtual Academy, 2375 Congress St., San Diego CA 92110 (Old Town)

  •  Dates: June 23 through August 1  (29 days, with July 4th school holiday)

  • Time: 7:30 AM – 11:45 AM, Monday-Friday (except July 4th)

                         Click here to download the iHigh Course Catalog  Course descriptions; not all courses offered in summer 
Questions? Emails receive the fastest response. Please send questions to our Summer Program team at  Please do not contact Serra High School, as they are simply our host location and are not responsible for the iHigh Summer Program.
Please note: The iHigh Summer Program is separate from the San Diego Unified Summer Program, which offers  credit recovery classes for students in grades 9-12 who earned D or F grades. For more information about the SDUSD Summer Program, please go to District summer school sites: Clairemont, Crawford, Kearny, Lincoln, Mira Mesa, Morse and Serra high schools. Same dates as the iHigh Summer Program: June 23-August 1.