Information for Students

Student Life

Summerville High School education extends far beyond the classroom. We offer a variety of co-curricular and extra curricular activities for students. A comprehensive high school program must include activities that allow students the opportunity to explore their interests and cultivate their talents.


Associated Student Body

Associated Student Body (ASB) is a form of student government that revolves around:

  • Community Service
  • Enhanced School Spirit
  • Running the smaller functions of the school
  • Keeping everyone¬†involved in their school


Students Enrolled in ASB


Academic Programs

Students at Summerville High School have many exciting programs to choose from. From diverse elective course offerings to exciting clubs and activities, there are many ways to get involved and find something you like. The link below takes you to some of those programs that you can ask your GLC or an adviser about.

Extend your Learning

Early College Program

The Early College Program is a partnership between Summerville and Columbia College which allows juniors and seniors to take college classes concurrently with their high school classes. Summerville grade level coordinators will work with students to help adjust their high school schedule to best adapt to their college course schedule.


Graduation Requirements

The Summerville Union High School District has developed policies and procedures that address promotion and acceleration. Progress toward graduation shall be based on the number of credits earned.


What’s Happening?

California Healthy Kids Survey

California Healthy Kids Survey

The California healthy kids survey is a very important survey that will help promote better health and well-being among our youth, improve the school learning environment and combat problems such as drug abuse and violence.

Beyond the Cave

Beyond the Cave

Beyond the Cave, Summerville High School’s student newspaper can be found here.



Student Handbook

The Student Handbook is published annually to inform students of their Rights & Responsibilities and to use as a guide throughout the school year.

Course Handbook

By opening this handbook, students are beginning the process of planning their high school career pathway.

PowerSchool Login

Create a parent account that allows you to view all of your students with one account.

Transportation & Bus Schedules/Routes

Locate the latest bus routes and schedules for regular and snow schedules.

Food Services and Cafeteria Menu

Free and Reduced Price Meals are available, under the National School Lunch Program (NSLP), to all families who believe they may qualify.

Transcript Request (NEW)

We have partnered with Parchment to simplify the transcript ordering process for you. You can request your transcripts more efficiently, and we can deliver them to your chosen colleges in the format they prefer.

School Pay

View and pay cafeteria, transportation, and other account balances.

Online Store

Check out our online store to purchase your school spirit wear.

Textbook Rules and Regulations

Learn more about textbook check in and out process and financial responsibility for lost and damaged books.

Internet Policy

Read and sign acceptable use policy for on-line services.

Device Agreement Form

Read and sign acceptable use policy for the use of iPads.

Cell Phone Use Policy

Read and sign acceptable use policy for the use of cell phones.

Student WiFi

Students can now access WiFi with their personal devices. Learn how and when you can connect.

2019-2020 Student Discipline Regulations

Read and review the new student discipline process.

Work Permits

Fill out the Work Permit Application and return it to the school office.