"School's in for summer" didn't make the cut for a rock anthem.
Still, nearly 800 students opted for summer school this year in La Cañada.
La Cañada Unified School District is hosting classes for high school students, while first- through eighth-graders were invited to take classes through the Assistance League of Flintridge. Summer school started in late June and will end July 30.
There are 207 high school students enrolled in summer school at LCHS this year, where classes are offered in American history, world history, algebra, government and economics, directive studies, English and geometry.
Due to budget constraints, the district will not offer high school summer school next year. While it's still unknown where La Cañada teens will find summer courses in 2011, the Assistance League of Flintridge will continue to offer its summer program for elementary and junior high students, as it has done since 1978.
This year there are about 35 Assistance League-sponsored classes operating for elementary or junior high students at La Cañada Elementary or the high school.