June 28 - July 16, 2021
Overview & Schedule
This year our Upper School program will be held in-person and will be offering a wide range of academic, enrichment, and service opportunities. Classes are taught by Brentwood School Faculty and other outstanding, professional educators.
Upper School classes are 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Classes will meet on campus.
Most courses offered are an extension of our rigorous, college-preparatory program. Each summer, Brentwood School offers semester and year long courses for credit that fulfill Brentwood School's graduation requirements. Some students choose to take summer classes to allow more freedom in their schedules during the school year. If you are not a Brentwood School student, you are welcome to enroll in our summer courses, but please check with your school's registrar for prior approval of credit transfer.
All of our summer programs are adapted to reflect the COVID-19 safety protocols given by the Los Angele County Department of Health and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Check back for additional courses to be added during the month of May.
Credit Course Attendance Policy
If a student is absent more than two days from a yearlong credit course, regardless of the circumstances, the student will be automatically un-enrolled from the course and a "Withdraw" will be noted on the transcripts. For a semester-long class, students may not be absent more than one day, with the same consequences. See below for information from the Brentwood School Upper School Family Handbook.
"Summer Session: Students have until the end of the second day of the Summer Session to drop a class without penalty. After the end of the second day, Brentwood School records a “Withdraw” on school transcripts when students drop their [yearlong] credit courses. In all cases, if students drop courses, tuition for the Summer Session is non-refundable."