Academic Course General Information


All courses taught at Archbishop Mitty High School are University of California and California State University approved courses.  The rigorous, college preparatory curriculum offered prepares students for admission to the leading colleges and universities in America.  Archbishop Mitty is a Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) accredited high school.


Academic high school credit is only granted to students entering 8th grade or older upon successful completion of high school course work.  We have a strict year-in-school requisite listing what rising grade a student must be in to be eligible to register for academic classes and earn high school transcript credit.  Please consult the “Year-In-School” link on our webpage before registering for any course.

Class Size

Class size averages 28 with a teacher/student ratio of one-to-sixteen across all Summer School courses.

Daily Schedule

Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 12:00 noon

Break Available from 9:50 am - 10:10 am daily.  

Snack food is available for cash purchase in the school cafeteria during break.


Course Tuition is $650 per semester; $1,300 for 6-weeks.

Registration Timeline

Online Registration opens March 1, 2019 at 8:00 a.m.  Courses are filled on a first come first serve basis. If your course choice is unavailable, then it has reached capacity. No wait list is available. Once enrollment in an academic course is full, you may visit our webpage ( on or after April 16, 2019 to view potential openings released at that time.

Registration Fee

A $200 non-refundable fee is required in order to register for our Academic High School courses.

Immunization Record Requirement

When registering you will be required to confirm that your child’s immunization record is up to date and on file at your child’s current school as per the State of California Requirement (CDPH286).  At any time, we reserve the right to request the record. Failure to comply would be probable grounds for dismissal without refund.

Before You Register

Once you have selected a course, you will have a window of 15 minutes to complete the registration.  To best utilize your time, please have the following personal information ready:

  • Health Insurance Company Name and Policy Numbers
  • Physician’s Contact
  • Emergency Contact and Disaster Release Contact
  • Credit Card for payment
  • Student’s immunizations Record

Cancellation Policy

An academic class may be dropped and a refund of tuition issued up until the first day of class, June 12, 2019.  The $200 registration fee is non-refundable.  Once the first day of school begins at 8:00 am, no refund of any tuition is issued regardless of the reason for dropping.

Attendance Policy

Each 6-week course is equivalent to a year of college preparatory curriculum instruction worth 10 high school credits, and thus is taught at an accelerated pace.  A student who is taking an academic class for credit may only miss one (1) day of class in a 3-week semester and must take the final exam(s).  

Final exams are given on the last day of each 3-week semester and will not be rescheduled to accommodate absences.  Students must take the final exams in order to be eligible for transcript credit.  Students missing more than three (3) total days in 6-weeks of instruction will be dis-enrolled.  No refund of any tuition is permitted once a student is dis-enrolled.

Excessive Tardiness

Archbishop Mitty High School considers three (3) tardies to be excessive in a 3-week semester and therefore count as one (1) absence. ​After 30 minutes into the start of class, the missed time is recorded as an absence, not a tardy. Excessive tardiness may result in dismissal without credit or refund.

Report Card

A report card will be sent at the end of each 3-week semester to the parent email address provided at registration.


Academic transcripts can be requested to be sent to the school of the student when registering online for the course. The official transcript contains the grades and credits earned for each semester.  It is the responsibility of the student to verify transcript credit complies with their school’s requirements prior to registering for any academic courses.