Los Angeles, CA — The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) has announced the high schools that will hold summer sessions for students who need to make up credits, and 11 area campuses are among those that will be open July 6 to Aug. 14.

Locally Carson, Crenshaw, Dorsey, Fairfax, Gardena, Hamilton, Jefferson, Jordan, Washington Prep, West Adams Prep, and Westchester will offer courses on a first come, first serve basis.

The credit-recovery courses offered include core subjects such as math, English and science, as well as a number of English as a Second Language classes. To see a detailed list of the classes offered, go to the school district’s website and follow the links at http://notebook.lausd.net.

Students can attend any school they desire in order to get the classes needed. Officials suggest contacting the school before going to make sure courses are still available.

In addition to the high schools, various campuses are offering extended school year summer programs to eligible special education students at all grade levels. The local schools include Hillcrest, Hobart, 112th Street, Barrett and Norwood.