Summer Bridge Programs

Are you interested in leadership development, community service, and arts & crafts? These two weeks are a chance to explore your passions further, while getting to know your new school and school opportunities.


The Foundation for Hispanic Education (TFHE) students enjoying time together


During this two-week period (July 12th - July 23rd for 2021) our students meet their peers, learn school values, and enjoy recreational activities. Summer Bridge is a way to easily learn all of the essential tools and necessary skills to make a successful transition into our high schools.


 It’s a TFHE school tradition! Here’s just some of what we might do together: 

  • College Requirements Workshops
  • Google Technology Training Sessions
  • Team Building Games

The Foundation for Hispanic Education (TFHE) students chatting in sun-filled atrium on comfortable seating


All incoming 9th graders attend these two-week Summer Bridge programs. The full-day program is designed to help students make a successful and smooth transition to high school, as well as expose students to our college-going culture and our wrap-around support on their unique path to college acceptance and career success. 


In addition, we hope TFHE students make friends and build community with their peers.  Summer Bridge allows students to get to know teachers, school leaders, and upperclassmen alongside familiarizing themselves with our welcoming and inclusive community and modern campuses.  The Summer Bridge Programs at RCLA, LVLA, and LCPA include academic courses, study skills development, and field trips!    


Join us… we love welcoming our incoming freshmen to our campuses every summer. TFHE is enrolling NOW! 


About TFHE


The Foundation for Hispanic Education(TFHE) envisions a world in which all English Language Learning high school students have the opportunity to learn in an environment that addresses their educational needs, supports cultural awareness, emphasizes their abilities, and provides a path to success. We are committed to identifying, understanding, and addressing the Latino education achievement gap through innovation and collaboration.  TFHE continually funds and provides resources to support regional initiatives that are innovating and tackling some of the most pressing educational issues facing underrepresented communities. Enroll tuition-free at one of our three charter high schools today!