High School summer school is open to any Long Beach Unified School District student who needs to pass the California High School Exit Exam and/or make up credits required for graduation. Post-eighth graders through post-twelfth graders should see their counselors regarding eligibility for specific core academic or district-funded courses. Summer school enrollment is limited to those who reside within the boundaries of the Long Beach Unified School District. A minimum of 85 percent attendance is required for credit. Students will not receive a passing grade if they are absent more than 9.6 hours (4 days) from a full session course. All students must be enrolled for class credit. Cabrillo, Jordan, Lakewood, Millikan, Poly, and Wilson high schools will be open to students from post-eighth to post-twelfth grades. Current high school students should attend summer school at the site where they attend the regular school year. Post-eighth graders should attend their projected high school site. Students from CAMS, GOC, Reid and Renaissance should attend their neighborhood high school.