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Garces Memorial plans to offer in-person summer school for grades 5-12

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Students Jayla Ralls and Erin Rowley work on a lesson in Nubia Sierra's sophomore theology class in St. Dominic Chapel on Nov. 18.

Garces Memorial High School announced that it plans to offer in-person summer school this year for grades fifth through 12th. 

Garces Memorial Summer School will offer 10-unit courses approved by the Kern High School District in math, English, social studies and Spanish, as well as five-unit courses in computer applications and health. There will also be non-credit courses in art, summer reading and athletics for high school students.

For students in grades fifth through eighth there are two two-week sessions available. There are core academic classes like math and English but also CSI: Forensic Science, robotics, art or athletic camps.

COVID-19 protocols will be followed including mandatory mask-wearing, temperature checks, social distancing and classroom sanitizing after every period.

Registration for summer school begins April 5, and classes begin June 21. Contact Steve Garcia for more information at

To register, visit the Garces Memorial Summer School page at