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2101 E. River Road | Tucson, AZ 85718
Phone: 520-209-7551 | Fax: 520-209-7575
Office Hours: 8:00am - 4:30pm
CARE: 520-209-7549

Travis Kolter

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4300 E. Sunrise Dr., Tucson, AZ 85718


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CFHS Summer PE and Health

June 1 - July 2, 2021

 .5 PE and .5 Health are required courses which must be taken freshman year or summer before/after. Students may choose to take one or both courses through CFHS Summer School.

Registration and Policies

  • Registration is only available online at  from Feb 15 - May 27.

  • Cost:  $265 per course 

  • Refund Policy: 75% if dropping a course up through May 27.  No refunds thereafter. 

  • The CFHS Summer Program Administrator is Lee Tompkins.

  • Masks are required and we will observe social distancing.

Recreational Fitness: Silver (Group PE)

8:00-11:30 am

This PE course offers students a wide variety of group fitness activities that enhance physical skills, movement, and wellness. Activities may include handball, volleyball, over-the-line softball, 3 on 3 soccer, basketball, and flag football. Through participation in these activities, students will develop cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength, muscular endurance, and flexibility. The concepts of teamwork and sportsmanship are emphasized. Fitness assessments will be conducted as determined by the instructor.             .5 credit.



Students participating in both PE and Health may bring their own lunch or eat the school lunch. (Fee may apply for provided lunch.) CFHS is a closed campus and students may not leave campus for lunch. Students may eat lunch in the cafeteria or the plaza. Classroom buildings are closed during lunch. 

Health & Wellness

   8:00-11:30 am and/or 12:00-3:30 pm TBD based on teacher availability and enrollment.

This course addresses health and wellness topics and issues relevant to high school students.  Students will acquire knowledge and skills necessary to maintain lifelong good health and to make informed choices and accept personal responsibility for those choices. The units covered in this course include nutrition and fitness; mental and emotional health; first aid; tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs; and human growth and development.  This is a required course that must be taken in freshman year, or summer before or after 9th grade.  .5 credit.

Completion and Grades:

All assignments and exams for the registered course must be completed by the end of the session to earn credit. The successfully completed course will be added to the student’s transcript with the earned grade and .5 credit. Grades are assigned by the instructor, according to the effort & completion of course requirements by the student. All grades are final.


  • Final exams will be given on the last day of the course. Students must be in attendance on the July 2 exam date. Early exams will not be given. Do not register for a course if you have planned absences during the course run dates.
  • Each class meets for 3.5 hours per day. Students who accumulate more than 9 hours of absence will be withdrawn from the course and have no credit or grade awarded.  
  • Students who are more than 15 minutes late (between 5 and 15 minutes late) more than three times may be withdrawn from the course and have no credit or grade awarded.
  • Students who are withdrawn from a summer class for attendance issues will receive no refund.  

CFHS Code of Conduct:

Summer school students are expected to adhere to all Catalina Foothills School District Student Code of Conduct and Dress Code policies. (See CFHS website.) Clothing must be appropriate for school: no alcohol/tobacco/drug-related images, all underwear (including bra straps) covered, no halters or strapless tops, etc. No smoking, drugs, alcoholic drinks, or weapons are allowed on campus at any time. Electronic devices may be used with teacher permission only.  Students who are removed from summer classes for conduct issues will receive no refund.

Driver's Training

9am - 2pm Classroom Session, Saturday, April 17     $50

Join Stop and Go Driving School from 9am-2pm for the classroom session. The classroom sessions include everything you need to know to pass the Arizona State Permit Test and road test, as well as useful information you can use for the rest of your life. Must have valid Arizona Instructional Permit or valid Driver’s License (from any US state) to schedule or complete behind-the-wheel drivings session packages. Complete 10 Hours of Behind-the-Wheel driving with our State Certified Trainers and you will BYPASS the road test at the MVD and go directly to getting your license, no Road Testing.

To view details and sign up for the Behind-the -Wheel Sessions click on this link:


Online Offerings through Community Schools

March 29 - May 21

Java Programming

Tuesdays, 3:45-5:15pm   $190

This hands-on course introduces students to the fundamentals of Java programming via a mix of fun real-world and graphics, animation, and game-based engaging curriculum. Students learn programming concepts of variables, user inputs/output, conditionals, loops, functions, events and single dimensional array, and put them into practice via imaginative personalized activities. The programming concepts and logic learned in course are directly transferable to any other programming language. No prior coding experience is required to participate in this course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course.



Tuesdays and Thursdays , 3:45-5:15pm   $128

Do you love to game? Do you have a passion for challenging yourself to ”Be the Best?” Do you like Rocket League, HearthStone, FiFa, Madden, 2K? Want to learn insider secrets for League of Legend and Dota2? Join us at E-Sports, analyze and execute strategies used by professionals, as we hone our skills using specially developed software to help develop reaction time, memory, and control; as well as playing the video games that make us smile while enjoying the company of our friends.


Summer SAT Prep Course

Enroll today through Community Schools at and click on Enrichment.


June 12 - June26, 2021 Live Zoom Sessions:June 17 and June 24 1:00-2:30pm

Course Fee: $250 (includes official College Board SAT Study Guide)

Get a competitive edge by learning the key strategies to taking the SAT exam. During our self-paced online course, you will review required content knowledge in math, reading, and writing. Our test prep instructors will also teach you how to pace and budget your time, and cover test-taking techniques that work! Begin by taking a full-length pretest to help you identify your strengths and weaknesses, and end with another practice test for a chance to apply what you have learned.

About the self-paced SAT online course:

  • Unlimited access to your course, so you can study on your time.
  • Two live sessions for bonus content and additional help
  • Review on-demand video lessons and practice materials, all created and taught by our Test Prep instructors
  • Ask your instructor questions through our online message board
  • Check your progress with two full-length official practice tests


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