STEM CLASSES: Join Mrs. Leary for a week of creating, building, and problem-solving using important science, technology, engineering, and math skills. Students will be immersed in academically challenging projects in which they will grow their knowledge of these important educational topics in a fun and hands-on way.
Dates: June 17-21
CODING/ROBOTICS: Join Mr. Bielawa for a week of coding and robotics. Students will learn a little about coding and use it to create digital art and control robots. In addition to planned projects, students will work on their own creations throughout the week. No coding experience needed. However, we will have projects suitable for intermediate coders as well.
Dates: June 24-28
Entering Grades 4-8
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
ART CLASSES: Join Mrs. Dziedzic for a week of creating and designing as the students use different mediums and materials in their creations. Students will work on a new project each day as they explore the creativity that Mrs. Dziedzic and the art room has to offer.
Cost: $120 (includes all materials)
Dates: July 1-5 (no session July 4)
Cost: $150 (includes all materials)
SAT PREP CLASS: Standardized tests in preparation for college are an important part of every high schoolers experience. This SAT prep class, led by experienced SAT tutor Ms. Cobb, will not only help prepare a student for the SAT reading and writing sections, but also the ACT reading and writing sections. Included in the sessions will be 2 full length practice tests as well. Though the focus will be reading and writing, math strategies will also be reviewed. This class is beneficial for ALL high school students. All juniors and seniors planning on taking the August SAT test are strongly encouraged to take this six week long/one morning a week class.
Cost: $200 (includes the book)
Dates: Every Tuesday from July 9 -August 13
Entering Grades 9 - 12
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., each Tuesday
CONDITIONING CLASS: Join Coach Soto for a total of six weeks of conditioning during the summer. Emphasis will be on getting into/staying in shape for the fall seasons, as well as overall general good health over the summer. This class runs Mondays through Thursdays, and the price is a one-time fee that will cover the entirety of the six weeks.
Dates: July 8-August 15
Entering Grades 6-12
9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. sessions, Mondays through Thursdays
BASKETBALL CLINIC: Join Varsity Boys' Basketball Coach Roach for an exciting week of learning new basketball skills, drills, and conditioning during the summer. Emphasis will be on teamwork, shooting, and good overall sportsmanship. The clinic will run all week from Monday through Friday.
Dates: July 22-26
Entering Grades 4-7
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. session
FILM CRITIQUE CLASS: Do you love movies? Like to talk about them and discuss plots? Join Ms. Cobb for a week of interesting movies. Enjoy some popcorn while you watch and discuss select films. This week will not only be enjoyable, it will also improve the student's critical thinking skills and aid in the reading and writing processes throughout middle school.
Dates: July 29 - August 2
Entering Grades 6-9
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m., session
VOLLEYBALL CLINIC: Girls in Grades 8-12 are encouraged to come out for this week of a volleyball clinic. New skills, drills, and conditioning will be emphasized, along with teamwork, serving, and good overall sportsmanship. The clinic will run all week from Monday through Friday.
Dates: August 12-16
Entering Grades 8-12
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. session