Summer Program For Incoming Freshmen
Dates & Times
June 17-July 25 (no school on July 4)
Monday: eLearning format; Tuesday-Thursday: traditional classroom structure
8:10 a.m.-9:20 a.m. OR 9:30 a.m.-10:40 a.m. (If the student is not required to take both, she may opt for either time slot subject to availability.)
Introduction to Algebra I and Introduction to English I will be held four days a week over a six-week time period. Final acceptance for those who are required to complete summer school is based on a C average (80%) and no more than 1 absence. Registration deadline is Wednesday, May 1, 2019. Early registration is encouraged to ensure the availability of your preferred time slot.
$100 per course—if you are required or it was recommended for you to take both courses, the total fee is $200.
Introduction to Algebra I
This six-week program will prepare students for Algebra 328. Algebra 328 is a year-long course that covers solving equations, linear graphing, solving systems, evaluating expressions and exponents and polynomials. Prior to beginning this program, students must purchase the TI-84 calculator which they will use in this course, as well as in all their high school courses. Students should plan to bring their calculator (with batteries and fully charged) to class each day with their iPads, notebooks, and class handouts.
Introduction to English I
This six-week program will prepare students for English 144. English 144 focuses on composition, grammar, reading comprehension, and vocabulary skills. In addition, the course introduces the students to major literacy genres of short story, drama, poetry, novel, essay and mythology. Students should plan to bring their iPads, notebooks, and class handouts to each class.