The Beverly Hills Summer Academy

Classes begin June 27
Classes offered at El Rodeo and Beverly Hills High School


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Beverly Hills Education Foundation Launches: The Beverly Hills Summer Academy

Registration Now Open – Proceeds Directly Fund BHUSD Programs

 Beverly Hills Education Foundation announces the launch of the Beverly Hills Summer Academy, with multiple opportunities offered in the Arts, Athletics, and Academics. Working with the K-8 Principals, the BHHS Principal and District officials, the Beverly Hills Summer Academy offers enrichment and academic courses at all levels.

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About K-8 Summer Enrichment at El Rodeo School

Summer fun abounds in an academic environment, with over 35 classes offered, including So You Wanna Be a Doctor, Deep Sea Dive, Art Around the World, Cartooning, and Kindergarten café.  

“We have developed a roster of classes that will engage students in core academic subjects such as math, science and English in fun, creative ways,” said Kevin Painter, Principal of the K-8 program. “There are several visual arts, performing arts and sports classes to choose from. We are even offering a cooking class, Grand Gourmets, which will be taught by Chef Darrell Smith, a finalist on The Next Food Network Star.”

 There is a wide range of choices to meet everyone’s interests! 

About Beverly Hills Summer Academy at Beverly Hills High School

Classes offered at Beverly Hills High School provide students the opportunity to earn credits over the summer. Classes worth ten credits include Photography, Geometry, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, United States History 5-6 and World History/Geography 1-2. Classes worth five credits include Creative Writing, Health, Trigonometry, Refresher Algebra, and Thinking in Python.  

Non-BHUSD students are welcome.

For the first time, BHSA offers college prep workshops to give students a jumpstart in the college admissions process: one-week ACT and SAT Prep Courses, ACT and SAT Practice Exams, and a Workshop on Writing College Application Personal Statements.  

“The College Essay workshop is a fantastic opportunity for rising seniors to finish writing at least one essay for their college applications over the summer,” explains John Borsum, principal of the BHHS Program. For more information, please call us at 310-557-1625 or e-mail [email protected]


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