2017 Summer Classes

 

Academic Education

 

Individualized Instruction ( I.I. Lab)

Courses are offered through individualized instruction at Learning Centers where different study programs that meet the individual needs of learners are available. Classes may be completed at the student's pace.

 

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p HiSet Test Prep/Distance Learning Rm M304 Macias
M – F 8:00a – 12:15p II Lab Rm M303 Morris
M – F 8:00a – 12:15p II Lab English Rm M215 Choi
M – F 8:00a – 12:15p II Lab Math Rm M202 Pagdilao
M – F 8:00a – 12:15p Reading 2/3 Rm M308 Mendez
M – F 8:00a – 10:00a VABE/Math Lab Rm M202 Palma
M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p II Lab Rm M303 Choi
M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p Reading 2/3 Rm M308 Staff

Banning High School • Banning Adult Learning Center

M – Th 5:00p – 9:15p II Lab Math Rm E105 Howe
M – Th 5:00p – 9:15p Reading 2/3 Rm 115 Zavala

San Pedro Adult Learning Center

M - F 8:00a – 12:15p II Lab Rm 6 Hosking
M - F 8:00a – 12:15p Reading 2/3 Rm 5 Tylor

San Pedro Skills Center

M - F 8:30a – 12:30p II Lab/HiSet Distance Learning Rm 6 Adame
M - F 8:30a – 12:30p Reading 2/3 Rm 5 Pineda

 

Individualized Instruction Lab Courses offered:

Algebra 1A (31 - 02 - 70)
Algebra 1B (31 - 02 - 71)
Biology/1/Life Science (36 - 09 - 73)
Biology/2/Life Science (36 - 09 - 74)
Economics (37 - 09 - 71)
English 1 (23 - 09 - 71)
English 2 (23 - 09 - 72)
English 3 (23 - 10 - 73)
English 4 (23 - 10 - 74)
English Composition/Contemporary (23 - 11 - 75)
English Composition/Expository (23 - 12 - 77)
Fine Arts/The Visual Arts (20 - 09 - 52) (Not A – G Approved)
High School Equivalency Test Preparation Test-Taking Strategies (30 - 50 - 75)
General Science/Integrated 1 (36 - 09 - 51)
General Science/Integrated 2 (36 - 09 - 52)
Geometry 1A (31 - 03 - 71)
Geometry 1B (31 - 03 - 72)
Health (36 - 05 - 74)
Life Skills (37 - 04 - 77)
Literature/American (23 - 11 - 76)
Literature/Modern (23 - 12 - 78)
Math 1 (53 - 03 - 75)10:15a – 12:15p
Math 2 (53 - 03 - 76)
Math 3 (53 - 03 - 77)
Parent Education (37 - 04 - 78)
Psychology (37 - 04 - 74)
U.S. Government (37 - 06 - 70)
U.S. History/1 (37 - 01 - 70)
U.S. History/2 (37 - 01 - 71)
World History/1 (37 - 02 - 71)
World History/2 (37 - 02 - 72)

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Accelerated College and Career Transition (AC2T)

This program targets youth and young adults (ages 16 - 24) who have exited high school and seek to complete their high school diploma.

High School Equivalency Test (HiSET)

 

Harbor Occupational Center is an official test site. Adults may earn a High School Equivalency Certificate by taking the High School Equivalency Test (HiSET). Study for the High School Equivalency Test (HiSET) by taking a preparation course. The first step is to take a placement test. Students may enroll in the test preparation class at any time. The test is available in English or Spanish. Prerequisite: Must be at least 17 years 10 months of age to take the High School Equivalency Test (HiSET). Contact us at (310) 241-4800.


Prerequisite: Must be at least 17 years 10 months of age to take the High School Equivalency test.

Contact us at (310) 241-4800 for testing schedule.

 

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Adult Independent Study

Adult Independent Study (AIS) offers home study for the high school diploma program. Adult and high school concurrent students complete assignments at home and meet with an instructor on a weekly basis for assistance and testing. The first step is to take a placement test. A minimum of 10.0 Reading level is required to participate. A refundable deposit of $75 is charged at the time of registration. See a counselor for more information.

Adult Independent Study Courses Offered :

Economics (37 - 09 - 71)
Health (36 - 05 - 74)
Life Skills (37 - 04 - 77)
Parent Education (37 - 04 - 78)
Psychology (37 - 04 - 74)
U.S. Government (37 - 06 - 70)
U.S. History/1 (37 - 01 - 70)
U.S. History/2 (37 - 01 - 71)
World History/1 (37 - 02 - 71)
World History/2 (37 - 02 - 72)

High School Credit Recovery Program

After regular school, high school students may enroll in classes to make-up credits toward the high school diploma. Placement testing and a Concurrent Enrollment Waiver Permit are required for enrollment.

Pre-High School Preparation

Students needing to advance in their eeading, writing and math skills based on entrance placement testing or identified need, may enroll in targeted subject areas.

Pre-High School Preparation Courses Offered :

Reading 1 (53-03-64)
Reading 2 (53-03-64)
Reading 3 (53-03-64)
Math 1 (53 - 03 - 75)
Math 2 (53 - 03 - 76)
Math 3 (53 - 03 - 77)

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ASSESSMENT CENTER

 

This center offers reading and math assessment for students entering into ESL, Academic or CTE programs. The assessment test is free and no appointment is required.

 

Please call (310) 241-4800 for testing schedule.



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