Frequently Asked Questions

Beverly Hills Summer Programs
Frequently Asked Questions
  •  Eligibility for all programs is determined by the grade you are entering in Fall 2020.
  • We do not prorate any program. There are no exceptions.
  • All registrations are done online.
  • If you have a concern or question, email is the best way to reach us at office@bhef.org.
  • The High School Summer Academy and Sports Program are for incoming students, grades 9-12, as of Fall 2020.
  • All High School Programs (Sports and Academic) are held at Beverly Hills High School, 241 South Moreno Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90212.
  • Our High School Summer Academy is WASC accredited, and we are open to ALL residents inside and outside of the Beverly Hills Unified School District.
  • The High School Sports Program is open to ALL residents, inside and outside of the Beverly Hills Unified School District.
  • Our new Blended Learning courses offer flexibility to meet individual student needs, interests, and styles of learning. Instruction will be delivered through a mixture of technology and traditional face-to-face instruction. Students are required to attend school on the first day of the semester, schedule and meet with their instructor 2 times during each semester for individual meetings to monitor progress, answer questions and support learning, and must attend on the last day of the semester to take the final exam (see more details in course catalog).
  • If you have a question regarding your student's eligibility for a particular class, please consult with a counselor first. 
  • Note that one day of summer school is the equivalent to more than one week of school during the regular school year. Please consult closely with your student's school counselor to determine if the fast-paced nature of summer school is the appropriate option for your student.
  • Please note that as a private summer school there is no requirement for faculty to accommodate services identified in Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) or Section 504 Plans (504s), but we will assess this on a case-by-case basis. If your student has an IEP, please email us at office@bhef.org. There is no guarantee that we will accommodate your student.
  • If your student is an out-of-district student, please note the following:
    • Their counselor must approve the class they intend to take at the Summer Academy prior to registration.
    • To transfer the credits to their home school, a Transcript Request Form must be submitted
  • Please note our Refund Policy and Attendance Policy prior to your registration. There are no exceptions to these policies.
  • The Middle School Bootcamps and Sports Program are for incoming students, grades 6-8, as of Fall 2020.
  • All Middle School Programs (Sports and Academic) are held at Beverly Hills High School, 241 South Moreno Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90212.
  • The Middle School Bootcamps are open to ALL residents, inside and outside of the Beverly Hills Unified School District.
  • The Middle School Sports Program is only open to current or incoming BHUSD students.
  • Please note our Refund Policy prior to your registration. There are no exceptions to this policy
  • The TK-5 Summer Academy is for incoming students, grades TK-5, as of Fall 2020.
  • The TK-5 Summer Academy is held at Hawthorne School, 624 North Rexford Drive, Beverly Hills, CA  90212.
  • Current 5th Grade students are welcome to participate in the TK-5 Summer Academy Intervention Program.
  • Please note our Refund Policy prior to your registration. There are no exceptions to this policy.

The Beverly Hills Education Foundation does not discriminate in any manner against any person or persons on account of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, marital status, citizenship, national origin, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law. The Beverly Hills Education Foundation prohibits any such discrimination or harassment.