2022 Summer Opportunities

Many Credit Bearing and Paid Activities Offered

Do you need to earn credits over the summer?

The first step to answering this question is to to check your credit totals by going to your StudentVue account and looking under the Course History tab. Any credits deficit will be indicated by a grey bar.

You might benefit from earning credits over the summer if you answer yes to one of the following:

-After 9th grade you have fewer than 6 credits.

-After 10th grade you have fewer than 12 credits.

-After 11th grade you have have fewer than 18 credits.

-After 12th grade you have not completed the high school diploma requirements.


-You have an F, I (Incomplete) or NP (No Pass) 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.

4j Summer Intensive Courses

Click here or below to be directed to the Eugene 4j Summer Intensive website.

Dates: JULY 11 – AUGUST 12, 2022

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.

Credit Recovery FuelEd Courses

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

Monday, July 11th- Friday, August 19th

Students will be required to complete bi-weekly check-ins with their teacher and must be making progress toward course completion.

See below for courses offered and go to the Summer High School Credit Recovery Website for full details. Students may take up to 1.0 credit, with .5 credit increments completed sequentially. Class of 2022 seniors will be able to take non credit recovery courses if it allows them to graduate.

If you are interested in this opportunity please contact your counselor.

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SEAL Program Summer Teaching Intern

The 4j school district is hiring for SEAL (Summer Enrichment and Academic Learning) Teaching Interns.

This opportunity is available for current sophomores and juniors. They are looking for 50-60 high school students who are interested in working with students in Grades 1-5 for the summer program. (July 12- August 12)

Students who intern will receive 1.0 OS/Elective credit titled "Summer Teaching Intern. Student will receive a free Eugene Rec 1 Pass which gives free access to several fun locations over the summer.

Job Description and Application can be found here. The deadline to apply is May 13th.

Counselor in Training with YMCA

The counselor-in-training (CIT) program exists to help 10th, 11th, and 12th graders learn leadership skills and to prepare them to become counselors after graduation.

CITs are expected to be leaders and role models at all times; they set a good example during opening and closing ceremonies, meals, and activities, and assist the staff during the camp day.

Your summer as a CIT is to help campers have the best summer ever by:

  • Make safe choices
  • Find new friends
  • Learn new things
  • Participate in new experiences
  • Help navigate experiences
  • Have a GREAT SUMMER!


  1. Fill out the online application (this is for the youth to fill out)
  2. YMCA staff will connect with you within 10 days of submitting an application

YMCA is Hiring

Your Y is hiring!

  • Part-Time & Full-Time Positions

  • Current, Summer & Fall openings

  • Flexible Schedules

  • Weekend & Evening Hours

  • Field Study Opportunities

Your Y offers competitive wages, staff support, learning opportunities and a FUN environment! We’re hiring for multiple positions in Youth Development, Youth Sports, Membership, Tennis, Aquatics, and Group Fitness.

We are looking for energetic, responsible people who have the diverse skills necessary to make an impact.

Go to this Careers Page for more information.

Food for Lane County Youth Farmer

Interested in gaining valuable work skills through gardening while being a part of a fun and active crew? From May -September, Youth Farmers learn to plant, grow, harvest and sell fresh organic produce. As a crewmember, your hard work will help feed thousands of families with emergency food needs through FOOD for Lane County.

Crewmembers are paid minimum wage and share in the harvest of fresh produce! Application can be found at: https://foodforlanecounty.org/employment/

Northwest Youth Corp

NWYC Youth Community Program (non-residential) 5 week session (Check website for dates)

Ages 15 - 18. $250/week stipend

NWYC Youth Camping Program (residential) 5 week session (Check website for dates)

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


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

Summer Academy to Inspire Learning (SAIL) at The University of Oregon

The Summer Academy to Inspire Learning (SAIL) programs are FREE one-week summer programs hosted on the University of Oregon campus, where high school students learn about various subjects from distinguished University of Oregon faculty members through fun social and interactive activities. SAIL offers Day and Residential Programs. Information about the program and the application (usually opens in April) can be found here: SAIL Program. Students who complete all of the activities will earn .5 OS/Elective credit and this would be a great Senior Experience CRLE activity.

The Summer 2021 dates: August 1st-5th or August 8th-12th

Program Description and Register Here

Tuition Free Summer Courses at LCC

LCC has two options this summer to take courses to enrich your life.

RTEC 101 Gateway to College & Careers

This is a course for recent graduate who is interested in attending LCC next year. It is free course and you will earn 1.0 credit. Sessions are for six weeks. Dates: 06/20 -07/30 or 08/01-09/10. No in person time required, class is delivered online through Moodle. Reserve your spot at this website.

Tuition Free Courses

LCC is offering free tuition (fees are your responsibility) over the summer to the Class of 2022 and 2023 students. You can check out the Summer Course offerings here.

Complete registration for this opportunity can be found on this LCC Site.

  • Summer term enrollment deadline (even if the course starts in July or August ) is September 2nd

Free Welding Summer Camp

Begin a welding adventure; learn how to tig and wire weld. You will learn the basics of welding and create a small fabrication project. August 15th-18th 8:00-12:00 RSVP Here

7/18-21: Free LCC Diesel Camp for high schoolers from 9 am-3pm daily on LCC’s main campus. Learn about diesel fuel, fuel injection systems, diesel engines and hydraulic systems. You will also operate freight trucks and construction equipment and take a daily field trip to our industry partners. More information and RSVP.

6/20-23: Free LCC Automotive Camp for high schoolers from 8 am-12 pm daily on LCC’s main campus. Learn about routine maintenance that includes tire changing, brakes, and coolant. Understand basic tools in automotive technology, and walk away with your own tool box set. More information and RSVP.

Outside of 4j School District Courses

Students can take courses outside of the 4j School District system. We accept credits from online providers like BYU Independent Study and universities, like the University of Oregon.

Something to know about online courses provided by outside agencies. The courses are not typically aligned with our SEHS curriculum and somethings even if you do well in the course, you might not be fully prepared to do your best in the next course sequence.

If you would the credit added to your SEHS transcript you will need to provide an official transcript to our registrar, Melinda Shull.

Do you want to return to SEHS in the Fall?

Are you a Class of 2022 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.

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