"The Summer Session Online and Online Book Club are two exciting programs to enhance a student's education beyond the typical calendar year. Students can participate from anywhere in the world for a truly unique learning experience.”
Jane Hanrahan, Director of Online Learning
Advance Credit courses may be taken in place of courses in the regular academic year. Grades from advanced credit courses will be added to the official transcript and credit from this online module is equivalent to credit earned during the academic year. Students may wish to access these courses in order to create additional free time in their schedule.
Students who are looking to refine skills in select categories or maximize college preparation potential may seek to join these non-credit summer classes.
These classes are available to support students who struggled academically in a subject during the prior academic year and must complete coursework for academic credit or for those who aim to maintain skills and retain concepts over the summer months.
Bible as Literature Pt I
Comparative Religion Pt I
Moral & Ethical Dilemmas
World History II Pt I
US History Pt I
Mastering the College Essay
Comp & Analysis A
ESL Beginner Skills Survey
US History Intensive
Basic Algebraic Principles
Principles of Geometry
Principles of Conceptual Physics
Principles of Chemistry
Principles of Biology
ESL History Intensive
Bible as Literature Pt II
Comparative Religion Pt II
World History II Pt II
Exploring Wisdom Literature
US History Pt II
Understanding the American Culture
Understanding the Vocabulary of Math & Science
Principles of Analytical Writing
Principles of Critical Reading
Mathematics Skill & Development
Comp & Analysis B
ESL Advanced Skills Survey
Advanced Algebraic Principles
Online classes, group meetings, and office hours will be scheduled during weekdays and students will have assignments that will need to be completed during the weekends.
Students may sign up for a maximum of two modules per term. Students may elect to audit a course; auditors take the course pass/fail (vs. for a numerical grade). Students who are required to take a course due to a failure during the 2016-17 school year may not opt to audit the module.