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Need a do-over of a high school class this summer?

You've come to the right place! Opportunities For Learning's July Intersession is 100% online and 100% FREE. Now enrolling students grades 9 - 12. Courses begin July 1, 2024. Learn more below!

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Now enrolling for summer! Classes start July 1, 2024.

The online July Intersession at Opportunities For Learning is a great opportunity to take classes this summer on a flexible schedule so you can still hang out with friends, get some sun, or take care of other responsibilities.

This free, online summer program supports you in reaching your high school goals — whether you need to retake classes, recover credits, or get ahead in school! 


Flexible meeting times

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Choose from over 40 popular classes

caring teachers

Guided independent study


Earn up to 10+ credits in 5-6 weeks

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A-G courses available

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Take all classes online

Get in touch to learn more!


The following course list is a sample of what is available for all students participating in OFL's online July Intersession. Don't see the class you need? Be sure to fill out the form and an Enrollment Specialist will be in touch to answer your questions.

A-G Approved Courses:

  • A: Social Studies (American Government, Economics, US History, World History)
  • B: English (English 9, 10, 11, 12)
  • C: Math (Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Integrated Math 1, 2, and 3, Precalculus)
  • D: Science - with virtual labs (Biology, Earth and Space Science)
  • E: Foreign Language (Spanish 1, 2, 3)
  • F: Visual & Performing Arts (CA Professional Photography, Graphic Design and Illustration, Theater, Cinema and Film Production)
  • G: General Electives (Child Development, Computing for College and Careers, Entrepreneurship, Personal Finance)

Non A-G Approved Courses

Business and Consumer Math, Driver Education (must be 15 and a half or older), Health (includes CPR requirement), Physical Education


What our students say

I loved planning my own days out, being able to get all work done early to go on trips with friends and family and I just loved being in the comfort of my own home."

- Ava, OFL Online Program Grad, 2023

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“I personally enjoyed the freedom that OP provided when it came to the way I do my school work and the teachers were very supportive and helpful [whenever I asked for help].”

- Freddy, OFL Online Program Grad, 2023


What is the difference between Summer School and the July Intersession?

There is no difference between Summer School and the July Intersession. July Intersession was previously known as Summer School in the past. 

Is OFL's July Intersession free?

Yes! OFY's July Intersession summer program is completely FREE for students. There is no tuition or fees of any kind.

How many hours per day am I expected to work on my coursework?

Due to the brief nature of July Intersession, students are expected to work 6 hours per day, Monday through Friday, on their coursework. It generally takes 10 hours to complete a single unit/credit and 50 hours to complete one semester of a course (or 5 units/credits).  However, some students may need more time than this in order to complete their workload.

What happens if I don’t finish my course(s)?

It is each student’s responsibility to finish all assigned units within their July Intersession period. Each semester of a course consists of 5 units, and 5 credits will be awarded upon completion of the course. We will only award credit for units completed in their entirety. If a student does not complete all 5 units of a course they are taking, the teacher will grade and award credit for the units the student did complete, and the transcript will show partial credits.

What if I go back to my referring school before July Intersession is over?

We cannot allow a student to access their classes once their Fall semester begins, therefore they must complete and pass all of their coursework by the school day prior. For example, if a student’s school is ABC High, and it begins on Monday 7/31/23, the student must complete and pass all of their coursework by Friday 7/28/23. If this situation applies, the student must communicate with their teacher and discuss a plan to meet their deadline in advance.

How old do I need to be in order to take Driver’s Ed?

Students must be 15 years of age to take our Driver Education course.

Am I able to be enrolled in two July programs at the same time?

No dual-enrollment or concurrent enrollment is allowed. Students can only attend 1 program at a time. These programs cannot overlap and can only be taken consecutively.


Get in touch to get started with July Intersession at OFL!

Fill out the form below to get in touch with an Enrollment Specialist, who will answer any questions you have and help you get started.