2022 Summer Courses 

Enrollment is limited. The enrollment limit indicates the total number of students allowed in the course and not the number of seats remaining. If a course is already full, you will see that noted below. Your place in a course is not reserved until you complete registration which includes submitting payment through this site. 

Due to the condensed nature of summer courses, students are expected to attend in-person courses every day. 

If you are enrolling more than one child, fill out the name and select courses for the first child. Then click "Add another child" at the bottom of the page to proceed to the next. 

Once you have entered the information for all your children, click "Proceed to payment" to complete the payment process. To finalize your registration, you must click on the submit button. You will receive an email in receipt of your registration. 

Registration opens at 8 a.m. on February 1, 2022. Prices will increase by $50 on May 1, 2022. There is a $50 administration fee for courses dropped after the deadline specific to the course. Courses dropped after the course registration close date will not receive a refund.


Course Start Date

Course Registration

$50 Administrative Fee
for Withdrawal

No Refund for Withdrawal

June 13

May 31

April 30

May 31

August 1

July 15

June 30

July 15

August 8

July 22

June 30

July 22

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Non-Credit High School Courses
Jump to Honors Algebra II

Students entering grades 10-12
Prerequisite: Geometry with teacher recommendation

This hybrid course is for students in Geometry wishing to jump to Honors Algebra II in the fall. Course material is covered asynchronously online. Students attend office hours and complete assessments in person. 

June 13 - July  29

---------Jump to Honors Algebra II    
Study Skills for Success in High School

Students entering grades 9-10

This class will include note taking for lecture and text book reading, test taking strategies, chunking information to store long term (finals), and organizational strategies.

August 8 - 11
Session 1: 8-9:30 a.m.
Session 2: 10-11:30 a.m.
Session 3: 12-1:30 p.m.

$ 125Study Skills Session 1    Enrollment Limit: 15
---------Study Skills Session 2 ***camp/course limit reached   
$ 125Study Skills Session 3    Enrollment Limit: 15

For Credit High School Courses
American Government

Students entering grades 10-12

American Government is a required social studies semester-long course. Students will learn about the powers and responsibilities of the three branches of national U.S. government, as well as the general workings of basic political systems. They will also explore federal and state divisions of power, U.S. political parties, and American civil liberties. Students will become informed citizens through this class. To this end students will analyze a political meeting, whether by attending or watching virtually.

June 13 - 30
Monday – Thursday, 12 – 3 p.m.

---------American Government    

Students entering 10th - 12th Grade
Prerequisite: Recommendation of guidance counselor and College Preparatory Biology
This course is only offered during the summer.

Chemistry is a two semester survey course which meets during the consecutive summer sessions (one semester per summer). Students will learn about mole conversions, chemical equations, energy, phases of matter, the kinetic theory, bonding, the atomic theory, climate change and nuclear chemistry.  A unit on the historical development of the atomic theory will be included to expose students how a scientific theory develops over time.  Students will apply the skills of practicing scientists including observation, measurement, data organization and forming data based conclusions.

August 1 – 12
Semester 1: Monday – Friday, 8 – 11:35 a.m.
Semester 2: Monday – Friday, 12 – 3:35 p.m.

$ 450Chemistry Semester 1    Enrollment Limit: 18    approaching limit
$ 450Chemistry Semester 2     Enrollment Limit: 15    approaching limit
Computer Applications

Students entering grades 9-12

An introductory course, Computer Applications includes the skills of word processing, database management, spreadsheets, desktop presentations, web page design, and software integration. Students will learn both traditional desktop software along with Microsoft 365 and other cloud applications. Mini presentations will be used to display understanding of skills.

June 13 - 30
Monday – Thursday, 8 – 11 a.m.

---------Computer Applications    

Students entering 11th grade

Ecclesiology is required a one semester course for all juniors. Students will study the nature and mission of the Catholic Church in the context of its history. Special attention will be given to those events, such as the Second Vatican Council, that can help the student to understand relevant topics in the Catholic Church today. All students will complete a research paper which integrates their study of American Catholic history with their study of American History and American Literature.

August 1 – 12
Session 1: Monday – Friday, 8 – 11:35 a.m.
Session 2: Monday – Friday, 12 – 3:35 p.m.

$ 450Ecclesiology Session 1    Enrollment Limit: 20    approaching limit
$ 450Ecclesiology Session 2    Enrollment Limit: 20

Students entering grades 10th - 12th
Prerequisite: World History *Note this fulfills the Economics requirement starting with the Class of 2024

In Economics and Personal Finance, students will study fundamental economic principles such as scarcity, supply, demand, and voluntary exchange. Students will explore market structures and the role of government in economics. Students will gain practical personal finance skills such as building a credit history, paying for college, managing debt, and creating a personal budget.

June 13 - 30
Monday – Thursday, 8 – 11 a.m.

Hybrid Health

Students entering grades 10-12

This hybrid option of Health is completed online with a small part being completed in the classroom (in person) in order to fulfill the CPR/AED certification requirement. The cost of certification is $30.

Health is a required course that encourages students to accept personal responsibility for attaining and maintaining a healthy and independent lifestyle. Students will learn information that relates to all aspects of health, including, mental health issues, reproduction and human sexuality, alcohol and drugs, and how to meet the challenges of healthy decision making. Adult CPR/AED is a graduation requirement for all students. 

June 13 - August 19


---------Hybrid Health    

Students entering grades 10-12 

Speech provides students opportunities to study and practice different rhetorical styles, with the goal of effectively transmitting ideas to an audience. Students will conquer Americans’ number one fear in this semester course. Types of speeches include demonstration, informative, persuasive, oral interpretation, impromptu, special occasion, and advertisement. Nervousness at the podium and dull class presentations will not be problems after this course.

June 13 - 30
Monday – Thursday
Session 1: 8 – 11 a.m.
Session 2: 12 – 3 p.m.

---------Speech Session 1    
---------Speech Session 2    

Total Cost: $

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