Summer courses offer an opportunity for students to better transition from one level to the next, be it within a specific course or from middle to high school or from high school to college. Courses are offered online and asynchronously (that is, not live), allowing students to take the courses from any location with Internet access and have some flexibility in completing work. However, students should be available throughout most of the four-week session in order to complete collaborative projects and participate in group work.
SUMMER COURSES 2013
|Summer Session I (June 17 – July 15, 2013)||Summer Session II (July 15 -August 12, 2013)|
|Review of Algebra I||Review of Algebra I|
|Summer Writing Workshop||Summer Writing Workshop|
|Transitioning from Spanish II to Spanish III||Transitioning from Spanish II to Spanish III|
|Transitioning from French I to French II||Preparing for AP Computer Science and iOS App Development|
|Transitioning from French II to French III||Transitioning from Pre-Calculus to AP Calculus BC|
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These courses are not intended to be full year or semester courses. Students and parents receive comments (not grades) from the teacher at the end of the course. The student’s permanent school will not be given a record of the student’s summer comment unless specifically asked to do so by a parent or guardian of the student.
Parents and students should be aware that courses are designed so that students will be engaged in course work for approximately 8 hours per week. And, while there is some flexibility in terms of some completion dates, we do have students work together on assignments and projects regularly (just like classes at their school).