High School Program

Bellarmine's summer school program for students entering grades 9 - 12 consists of an extensive offering of academic courses, as well as enrichment seminars and athletic camps. Courses are offered for enrichment, advancement and remediation.

Academic Program

Our academic program for high school students is composed of courses offering instruction in a variety of subject matters including:

  • computer science
  • English
  • mathematics
  • modern and classical (i.e.foreign) languages
  • SAT prep
  • science
  • social science
  • speech and debate
  • visual and performing arts

Availability of classes is limited and period preferences cannot be made. 

All courses run the full length of the summer program, which begins on June 13th and ends on July 21st. Classes will not meet on July 3rd or 4th in observance of the July 4th holiday.

Enrichment and Sports Camps

Our enrichment and sports camps offer students a wide range of experiences, allowing them to explore new interests or improve upon existing skills. These camps meet in the afternoon, providing the perfect complement to the morning academic program. Camps vary in length from one week to the entire length of the summer program.

  • Cinematic Communication
  • Digital Photography
  • Ceramics
  • Playwriting and Improvisation
  • Fundamentals of Dance Movement
  • Intro to Guitar

Driver's Education Programming

Driver Education, the four day course will be offered at Bellarmine College Prep May 29 - June 1, July 23 - 26, and Aug. 6 - 9 from 8:30am - 3:30pm. This is the staterequiredclass students must take to receive their permit from the Calif. Department of Motor Vehicles. Students that complete the class will receive a state completion certificate. Registration can be going to: http://www.economicdrivingschool.com/bellarmine-college-prep.html For further questions check out the website at: economicdrivingschool.com or e-mail: information@economicdrivingschool.com


Transcripts will be sent to the appropriate high school indicating five (5) credits earned for each class. A student may not sign up for both the 'A' and 'B' sections of the same course without express permission of the Principal. In order to receive credit for high school courses, a student may not miss more than three days of class.