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Summer School

All students are encouraged to participate. The availability to offer any program is dependent on the number of students who register. A course may be canceled due to lack of students.
Registration due June 1, 2020. No extensions.
 

Middle School Course

Speech and Debate
  • Course Fee: $100 
  • August 3-7, 2020 8-12 Noon at Pomona Catholic 
  • Instructor: Mr. Tom Vavra 
Open to all incoming 5-9th grade students in preparation for participating in the Year-long Debate Class 


High School Courses 

 

The program begins June 22 and ends on July 22.  In observance of Independence Day, there will be no classes on July 3 - 6, 2020 

Math Review/Credit Recovery
  • Course Fee: $250
  • Incoming 10th, 11th and 12th 
  • .50 credit On-line 
  • Instructor: Mr. Roger Wallace 
This course reviews the curriculum from Algebra I or II during the regular school year. It is required for those students who must make up a semester of high school Algebra I or II due to a failed semester grade. Students who also earned a D in a semester of Algebra I or II are encouraged to take this course for grade improvements most universities and colleges will not accept D grades in any math course. 
 
English Review/Credit Recovery
  • Course Fee: $250
  • Incoming 10th, 11th and 12th 
  • .50 credit 
  • Instructor: Faculty 
This course reviews the curriculum from the survey levels of English during the regular school year. It is required for these students who must make up a semester of high school English due to a failed semester grade. Students who earned a D in a semester of English are encouraged to take this course for grade improvement as most colleges and universities will not accept D grades in any English course. 
 
Geometry - Full Year Course
  • Course Fee: $400
  • Incoming 10th, 11th and 12th 
  • 1.0 credit 
  • Instructor: Faculty 
This course covers all the course content of a standard 2 semester course (properties of triangles, angles, parallelograms, polygons, and circles) and will be scheduled for 2 periods each day to provide sufficient time to adequately cover all aspects of the subject. Due to the fast pacing and rigorous course content, this course is recommended for students who earned semester grades of B+ and above during Algebra I or II courses during the regular school year. 
 
Pre- Calculus Preparation Course 
  • Course Fee: $150
  • No credit 
  • Instructor: Mr. Roger Wallace 
All interested students who will be taking Pre-Calculus in the upcoming school year are encouraged to take this two week prep course. Students will be exposed to concepts pertinent to success in Pre-Cal. Students must have a B+ or higher in Algebra 2 to take Pre-Cal. If the student does not meet that requirement, they must take the prep course as a pre-requisite to taking the course in the fall. 
 
History Review/ Credit Recovery
  • Course Fee: $250
  • Incoming 11th & 12th graders 
  • .50 credit On-line 
  • Instructor: Faculty 
This course is designed to help students review World History, US History and Government content. Students signing up for this class should do so if they have failed a semester of a required social science course. This needs to be indicated on summer school form so the instructor can personalize the on-line course. 
 
Health Course - “Living a Healthy Life!”
  • Course Fee: $150
  • .50 credit on-line 
  • Instructor: Faculty 
This health course meets one semester PE requirement for graduation. The course will cover: Components of health, physical health, alcohol, tobacco and drugs, Red Cross First Aid/CPR training, and mental, social and spiritual health. 
 
3D Art Course
  • Course Fee: $300
  • 1.0 credits 
  • Instructor: Ms. Cassandra Jones 
This full-year course meets the University of California requirement for Visual and Performing Art credit. This class will introduce students to building with clay. Emphasis will be placed on the design elements; line, shape, texture, and color. Focus will be on the hand building techniques; pinch, coil , slabs and sculpture . Functional as well as sculptural applications will be explored. Students will learn and be expected to use proper ceramic terminology. Issues in historical and contemporary ceramics will be discussed. Instruction will center on demonstration, slide presentations, group and individual discussions and critics. 
 
Math & English Fundamentals
  • Course Fee: $350
  • Incoming 9th graders 
  • No credit 8:00 am-12:30 pm 
  • Instructor: Faculty
Incoming freshmen who need to build foundational concepts in Math and English are encouraged to take these enrichment courses. The math course will consist of building basic Algebra skills in preparation for Algebra 1. The English portion will help develop reading comprehension and strengthen writing skills needed for English 9. 
 
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Summer School Registration Form
  • Registration is due June 1, 2020