Summer enrichment institute 2022
Elementary Campus = Lee Elementary
Middle School Campus = Oak
SEI Session 1
June 20 - July 1
SEI Session 2
July 5 - July 15
2021 Elementary Flyers
2022 offerings are in development...
2021 Middle & High School Flyers
Please note that the Multi-Class discount applies to SEI classes only. It does NOT apply to Summer Sports Camps run by High School Coaches or Camps in the Arts run by High School Directors or the High School Health Graduation class.
Elementary Class Descriptions – SEI 2021
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Please note that each Jumpstart Class is the same in Session 1 and Session 2.
All Jumpstart Classes are aligned with Common Core State Standards.
Elementary Teacher Bios – SEI 2021
Secondary Class Descriptions
Secondary Teacher Bios
The Summer Enrichment Institute (SEI) offers fun, engaging and educational courses designed to keep our LAUSD students entertained during the summer…and your children (students entering Kindergarten through 12th grade) will absolutely love it! Our courses also counter the effects of something called “summer learning loss.”
What’s “Summer Learning Loss”? Research shows that on average, all students lose skills over the summer. Educators increasingly promote quality summer learning ON ANY TOPIC as a key strategy to improving achievement. Plus, studies conclude that the effects of summer learning programs endure for at least two years after the student has engaged in the summer program. LAEF really cares about this! Since our very first SEI in 2010 we have increased the number of students attending summer classes each year…and students and parents continue to rave about the sessions.
LAEF offers opportunities for quality enrichment programs, both those typically offered during the school year and courses that encourage students to expand their interests, while still reinforcing reading and often incorporating math skills. SEI also offers courses for high school graduation credit on-campus at LAHS and online.
Our SEI programs feature all of the research-supported measures of a quality program: smaller class sizes, differentiated instruction and small working groups, high-quality instruction, aligned school-year and summer curricula, engaging and rigorous programming, maximized participation and attendance, sufficient duration and involved parents.