Summer

Get Ahead In Summer 2022!

We are thrilled to offer in-person courses for dTHS Summer School 2022. 

As part of the Summer 2022 scheduling design, students can maximize their experience on campus by taking an academic class to get ahead for the new school year, make new friends, and learn new skills. For students who are not available for the full five-week programs, but who still want to be a part of Summer 2022, some of our programs are also offered for two and a half weeks.

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN GETTING AHEAD IN YOUR ACADEMIC COURSEWORK?

Motivated students may start their academic classes for the following school year. 

Choose to take: 
  • Speech Performance
  • Photography 1 & Advanced Photo
  • Intro to Engineering 
  • Chemistry
  • Geometry
  • Shoah
  • Jewish Studies - Jewish Philosophy
  • Jewish Studies -  Israel/Wisdom
  • dTOP Online Class
All but one of our academic summer classes are UC/CSU approved courses offered for academic credit and count toward a student's overall high school transcript. The exception to this is Cyber Security, which is a trial elective class being offered for the first time this summer. 

2022 Summer School Schedule

SUMMER SCHOOL
For students entering grades 9-12
All courses will be Monday-Friday: 9:00am - 1:00 pm

Full Year Course: June 13 – July 15 (No school June 20 & July 4)
Semester One Course: June 13 – June 28, Semester 1 (No School June 20)
Semester Two Course: June 29 – July 15, Semester 2 (No School July 4)
 
(Classes will be in person. However, we reserve the right to hold virtual courses, if Covid rules necessitate.)
 

QUESTIONS?

Questions?
Contact: Greg Acheatel
Director of Summer Programs
gacheatel@dths.org


Located in the San Fernando Valley portion of the City of Los Angeles in Northern Los Angeles County. de Toledo High School is accredited by the California Association of Independent Schools (CAIS), the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and Builders of Jewish Education (BJE,) and financially supported by the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles and the Jim Joseph Foundation.