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Summer of Learning: Summer School 2023 dates, Registration, and More!

When is Summer School 2023 for LAUSD Students?


LAUSD has announced the dates for summer school 2023. Summer of Learning 2023 is scheduled for June 26, 2023, through July 25, 2023.

Summer school is a fantastic opportunity for students to catch up, get ahead, or simply explore new subjects. In Los Angeles, the LAUSD (Los Angeles Unified School District) offers summer school programs to students of all ages, providing a range of academic and enrichment options. If you're interested in summer school at LAUSD, you're in the right place. In this comprehensive guide, we'll cover everything you need to know about LAUSD summer school, from eligibility and enrollment to course options and schedules.

Is Registration Open for Summer School 2023?

Yes, as of April 12, 2023, registration is open for students ETK to 12.

When is the deadline to apply for Summer School?

The deadline to apply for summer school is June 5, 2023.

When is Summer School 2023 for LAUSD Students?

Summer of Learning 2023 is scheduled for June 26, 2023 through July 25, 2023. The first day of the summer school will be on Monday, June 26, 2023. Classes are offered daily, Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Schools will be closed on Monday-Tuesday July 3-4, 2023, in observance of Independence Day.

How Should I Apply for Summer School in LAUSD?

Students in grades ETK to 8 can apply for summer courses online through the LAUSD website. You need to log in with your parent ID and password to apply for summer school. Then you select the student who will be enrolling in summer school. You need to verify your information to continue with enrollment, and then choose an LAUSD school that is near you that offers summer school.

However, students in grades 9 through 12 should contact their school counselor to apply.

What programs are offered by LAUSD during Summer School?

Summer School, ETK-8, is a two-part program offering core instruction in English language arts, math and English language development, as well as targeted intervention and enrichment, per LAUSD. This program will be offered to students as an in-person program only. All programs will be closed on June 19, 2023 and July 3-4, 2023 in observance of the national holidays.

Click here for all the details and to learn more about Summer School 2023.

Students eligible for specialized programs will be contacted by their school. These programs include California State Preschool Program, Extended School Year (ESY) Grades PK-12, International Newcomer Enrichment Summer Program and The Migrant Education Program (MEP).

Virtual summer enrichment offers student favorites such as Fender, where students can learn how to play bass guitar or ukulele, 2D Game Design, Cartooning and Animation, World Language courses, Fashion, STEM courses, Dance and Music and many other exciting courses. Registration started on May 22 and will end on June 9th. Please register at

Students with disabilities, eligible for ESY as indicated in their IEP, may participate in summer school and continue progress towards their IEP goals. Click here for additional information regarding ESY.

The Migrant Education Program (MEP) offers supplemental services to migratory children ages 3 to 21. Students are provided with instruction in English Language Arts & Development, mathematics, arts, and science. In partnership with the Los Angeles Zoo, elementary students visit the zoo, work with a zoologist, and create presentations about select animals. Transportation is provided from select school sites.

Does LAUSD offer after-school programs during the Summer?

Yes. On-site after-school enrichment programs are also available through Beyond the Bell (BTB) at ETK-8 summer host sites. Beyond the Bell programming is available beginning June 13 to July 28, 2023, Monday to Friday, from 12:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Available Beyond the Bell Programs

How to Apply for Beyond the Bell for Summer?

In-Person Application

  1. Request an application at your child's school.

  2. Complete the application and return it on the first day of the summer program to the Beyond the Bell program staff.

Online Application

  1. Click on the list of summer host sites.

  2. Find the school where you would like to enroll your child.

  3. Click on the link to obtain the appropriate summer program application.

  4. Download, print and submit your application on the first day of summer school to the summer program staff.

Please note that submitting an application does not guarantee enrollment. Space is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis.

Eligibility for LAUSD Summer School

LAUSD summer school is open to all students enrolled in the district, as well as students from other districts who meet certain criteria. Typically, LAUSD summer school is intended for students who need to make up credits or who want to get ahead in their coursework. However, there are also enrichment options available for students who simply want to explore new subjects or learn a new skill.

Enrollment Process for LAUSD

Enrollment for LAUSD summer school typically begins in the spring. Interested students should contact their school counselor or visit the LAUSD summer school website for more information. Students who are not currently enrolled in an LAUSD school will need to submit an application and provide documentation of their eligibility.

Course Options for LAUSD Summer School

LAUSD summer school offers a wide range of academic and enrichment courses to students of all ages. For high school students, there are credit recovery courses, as well as courses for students who want to get ahead in their coursework or explore new subjects. Middle school students can take courses in math, English, and social studies, while elementary school students can participate in enrichment programs. (Click here for all the details)

Benefits of Summer School

There are many benefits to attending summer school. For students who need to make up credits, the summer school provides an opportunity to stay on track and graduate on time. For students who want to get ahead in their coursework, summer school can help them take more advanced classes or even graduate early. Additionally, summer school provides enrichment opportunities for students who want to explore new subjects or learn new skills.


Other LAUSD Dates You Need to Know

Here are all the other dates you need to know for the school year 2023-2024 for LAUSD as approved by LAUSD on March 27, 2023. Also, note that the winter recess has shortened.

For the 2022-2023 LAUSD School Calendar (Current Year), please click here.

2023-2024 LAUSD School Calendar

Here is the list of all the dates you need to know for the school year 2023-2024:

First Day of School - August 15, 2023

Admission Day - September 1, 2023

Labor Day (no school) - September 4, 2023 Unassigned Day (no school) - September 25, 2023

Veterans Day (no school) - November 10, 2023 Thanksgiving Holiday (no school)- November 20-24, 2023

Winter Recess (no school) - December 20, 2023 - January 5, 2024 Second Semester Begins - January 8, 2024 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (no school) - January 15, 2024 Presidents Day (no school) - February 19, 2024 Spring Recess (no school) - March 25-29, 2024

Cesar Chavez Day (no school) - April 1, 2024

Armenian Genocide Day (no school) - April 24, 2024 Memorial Day (no school) - May 27, 2024

Last Day of School - June 5, 2024

LAUSD Instructional School Calendar 2023-2024 by month
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To download the LAUSD 2023-2024 Calendar in PDF, please visit LAUSD's official website.

For the 2022-2023 LAUSD School Calendar, please click here.

LAUSD Instructional School Calendar 2023-2024 by graph

LA County Public School Calendars 2023-2024

To find 2023-2024 school calendars for other LA County Public Schools, click on the following links:

Gorman Joint School District

Hermosa Beach City School District

Lowell Joint School District

Manhattan Beach Unified School District

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May 03, 2023

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