Summer Opportunities 2021

Created by SEHS Counseling Department

Would you benefit from earning credits over the summer?

The answer might be yes if any of the following applies to you:


-You have an F, Incomplete or NP on your transcript.


-You did not pass a B section course and would like to go to the next level of the subject next year? Ex: You received a NP of F in Biology B and would like to take Chemistry next year.


-Has fewer than 6 credits after 9th Grade

Has fewer than 12 credits after 10th Grade

Has fewer than 18 credits after 11th Grade

Has not fulfilled your high school requirements and you just finished 12th grade


You can check your credits in Course History in Synergy/StudentVue.

Check out all of the great opportunities below.

4j Summer Intensive Courses

Summer Intensive Program July 12th - August 13th


The 4J Summer Intensive Program will provide opportunities for students to extend their learning into the summer months led by outstanding 4J licensed educators. Course offerings reflect the curiosities and passions of both students and teachers. Courses will be held, onsite at all four high schools depending on the teacher and facility. See below for a list of dates, locations and course descriptions. Students may register for any course, regardless of their home high school. Additional opportunities and information to come.


Students are limited to enrollment in one course to ensure there is enough space for all those interested. We will make an announcement directly to families and on the district page in late June about any courses opening for a second enrollment. See button below for course details and registration.

Credit Recovery FuelEd Courses

Eugene 4j school district is offering Credit Recovery courses through an online program called FuelEd.

Available only for 2020-21 9th -12th grade students to return to on-track credit status.

Students will start coursework on July 12 and must complete all courses by August 20, 2020.

Students may take up to 1.0 credit, with .5 credit increments completed sequentially. Simultaneous coursework will require approval from the Summer Programs district administrator, and will only be allowed for students who have demonstrated an ability to successfully complete online coursework. Students may not earn partial credit.


If interested please complete the review your credit history to find out what course you did not pass, review the available courses and complete the credit recovery interest google form below.

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Northwest Youth Corp

Youth Community Program (non-residential) 5 week session June 21 - August 27

Ages 15 - 18. $250/week stipend


NWYC Youth Camping Program (residential) 5 week session June 12 - August 28

Ages 16 - 18. $300/week stipend


Northwest Youth Corps provides work-based learning opportunities to youth and young adults through immersive crew-based programs that focus on completion of demanding physical projects done in partnership with governmental land-management agencies. Programs offerings come in both residential and non-residential varieties. All programs focus intensively on the growth of participants, providing 8-14 hours of formal and informal professional development to participants each day. Programs are highly structured with participants receiving a minimum of 175 hours of training in non-residential programs, earning 2.75 credits, and roughly 415 hours of training in residential programs, earning 3.5 credits. Credits will be awarded for only one successful completion of either of these summer programs but not both. The program's educational outcomes are specifically designed to align with Oregon's Performance Indicators for Career and Technical Education, Physical Education and Health Outcomes.


For more information and to apply visit the Northwest Youth Corp website at

https://www.nwyouthcorps.org/m/OurPrograms


Tuition assistance is available upon request for all programs including LGTBQ + and ASL Crews

Credit Deficient in Math Credit? Class of 2021 & 2022 Only

If you are a Class of 2021 senior that still needs math credit to graduate or a Class of 2022 junior who needs more than 1.50 credits of math next year, please read below.


Students come to class daily until they pass two work samples. Classes will focus on refining work sample response skills as well as learning the actual math skills that will be evaluated in the various work samples (systems of equations, areas and volumes, basic data analysis, quadratics, etc).


Teacher Ryan Brockey
Dates July 5 - July 30
Times 9:00 - 11:00 Monday - Friday
Location Lane CC Downtown Center
Grades 12 - Students must meet with their High School Counselor or Administrator to register for this course


If you are interested in this opportunity please complete this Math Sample Interest Form

Do you want to return to SEHS in the Fall?

Are you a Class of 2021 senior and just discovered that you did not earn enough credits for your Oregon High School Diploma and want to return to SEHS in the fall?


We can offer you in person SEHS courses or FuelEd Online courses to finish up your credits. You can stay as long or as short as you need. To get re-enrolled please contact our registrar, Melinda Shull at shull@4j.lane.edu

Checking Your Credits for Graduation & Post High School Planning

Other Great Ways to Keep Busy

Want to get a job this summer? Joel Lavin has some tips in this Summer Opportunities Video

Junior Project Canvas Module

If you are graduating in June 2022 and did not have a chance to complete your Junior Project Canvas module, you're in luck because they will be available over the summer.


The Junior Project gives you information and resources for post graduation planning. You will see all of the Junior Project components in your Canvas account. Some of the major tools you will use are Career Information System (CIS) and Naviance.

SEHS Counseling Department

  • Counseling Secretary: Leann Hollenbeak
  • A-F: Juli McGlinsky
  • G-N: Michael Leahy
  • O-Z: Shantel Buss
  • Freshmen: Shirley Madathil
  • Transition Coordinator: Emily Rousseau