Summer Programs

Study Skills
  • High School
  • Middle School
$125

This course introduces students to study skills and strategies designed to facilitate academic success and confidence and will address issues common to many students. Topics include note-taking, outlining, Cornell notes, public speaking and presentations. Give your student the tools and resources they need to succeed in high school and beyond.

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Learn to Knit
  • Adult
  • Elementary School
  • High School
  • Middle School
$125

In this class students will  learn the technique of basic knitting and learn to LOVE it! Supply list will be included. You will learn the basic skills of reading a pattern, casting on, knit & purl stitches and binding off. An introduction to crochet will also be offered as requested. A project to create & take home, a skill learned for a lifetime. Come meet others and acquire a new talent!

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SAT Boot Camp
  • High School
$200

The class will focus on introducing the students to the SAT and working on skills for both math and reading with individualized attention to each student. The class will also offer instruction on test-taking strategies. This is a perfect opportunity to master the SAT, reduce test anxiety, and raise your score.

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Bridge to High School
  • Middle School
$125

This course will instruct students on note taking, creating powerpoint presentations, taking standardized tests, study skills and strategies, time management, goal setting, reading comprehension and basic writing. The course will also deal with email etiquette and how to avoid plagiarism.

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Art and Soul Teen
  • High School
$225

Classes will offer painting: acrylic/watercolor & drawing using a variety of mediums.  The program will be individualized allowing students to move at their own pace and comfort level.  Students will begin with drawing focusing on their own areas they want to strengthen and learn.

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Art and Soul Pre-teen
  • Middle School
$225

Classes will offer painting: acrylic/watercolor & drawing using a variety of mediums.  The program will be individualized allowing students to move at their own pace and comfort level.  Students will begin with drawing focusing on their own areas they want to strengthen and learn.

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Young Writers Workshop
  • Elementary School
$200

This class will focus on writing a personal narrative. Students will go through the steps of the writing process to tell a story. Students will have a choice in picking their topic. They will write, revise, and edit. The program will conclude with a celebration of a published writing piece. The workshop is open to students entering 2nd and 3rd grades.

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Pre-AP Music Theory
  • High School
$250

Students will learn how to aurally identify and analyze intervals, chords, and their qualities, how to sight sing in preparation for the AP Music Theory test, and learn to read and play melodies, intervals and chords on the piano.  This course is for students preparing for the AP Music Theory course, and for anyone interested in furthering their knowledge of music.

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Carpentry
  • High School
$250

This is an opportunity for students to build something with their hands and learn how to use various tools. Permission slips required, as the tools being used could cause serious harm to the user, or others, if used improperly. Before getting into power tools, students would learn the basics of hand tools, and other fundamental skills. Projects may include deconstructing pallets, making furniture, shelves, small projects. It is recommended that students bring their own tools (drill/driver, tape measure, ear/eye protection).

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All About the Mass
  • High School
$200

This course is an exploration and explanation of the Mass. This program would pull from Altaration, a program released by Ascension Press. The program would look to alter (ALTARation) the perspective on the Mass and help uncover the whys behind the whats of the Mass. This would be available to Catholics and NON-Catholics who attend the school, looking to grow in their understanding of the Mass. Participants will also learn how to assist at Mass as lectors or altar servers, and possibly as Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion.

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Bridge to AP Biology
  • High School
$200

This course is designed for students entering the year in AP Biology and will consist of review of the four big ideas of AP Biology while introducing the major equations used during the school year. The AP Biology course is divided into major areas of molecules and cells, evolution and heredity, and organisms and populations. Significant emphasis is placed on inquiry learning and conceptual understanding of scientific process. 

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Investing 101 for Families
  • Adult
  • High School
$200

This class will offer parents and/or students the opportunity to understand the basic principles of investing in stocks, bonds, & funds with the goal of providing fundamental knowledge of how professional investors identify and invest in good businesses and other investment options and construct portfolios. The program's success will be based on the ability of participants to responsibly research investment ideas, and construct and maintain a well diversified portfolio of investments (class will use hypothetical money scenarios including possibly joining the Stock Market Game.)

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Bridge to AP World History
  • High School
$250

The Bridge to AP World is a course designed and recommended for students enrolled in AP World History: Modern. The goal will be to lay the groundwork necessary to build the skills students will need to succeed in this college level class. We will focus on the structure of the test, strategies for writing Short Answer Questions, Long Essay Questions, and Document Based Questions and interpreting the common prompts used by College Board in written assessments as well as strategies for multiple choice questions with stimulus material. We will also delve into the opening unit, The Global Tapestry, 1200 to 1450. 

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