For questions or more information, contact:

James Truslow

Director of External Programs

Courses

English and Essay Writing

Courses

English 8 Enrichment

For students who have completed grade 7

Students study grammar in order to provide them with a theoretical basis for developing basic writing skills. The reading of literature helps promote comprehension and develop the student's appreciation of basic forms of literature. This program is an excellent way for students with strong conversational English to improve their English writing and reading skills.

English 9 Enrichment

For students who have completed grade 8

A review of grammar with emphasis on the proper writing of sentences and organization of the paragraph. Short works of literature are studied as a basis for writing assignments and reading comprehension. This program is an excellent way for students with strong conversational English to improve their English writing and reading skills.

Essay Writing 7-10 Enrichment

Separate classes are offered for each grade level - students who have completed grades 6-10 (depending on enrollment).

Reviews the form of essay writing and develops skills necessary for successful expository writing. Our essay writing courses focus more on the complete essay - thesis statement, supporting paragraphs and conclusion; they remain an excellent way to improve a student's English writing and reading skills.

Mathematics

Courses

Pre-Algebra Enrichment

For students who have completed arithmetic. This class provides a detailed review of the advanced arithmetic skills, including fractions, decimals, and percents. In addition, it offers an introduction to both geometry and algebra.

NOTE: Not for Credit

Pre-Algebra Credit

For students who have completed arithmetic. This class provides a detailed review of the advanced arithmetic skills, including fractions, decimals, and percents. In addition, it offers an introduction to both geometry and algebra.

NOTE: 120 hour Credit course that meets from 8:00 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. each day.

Algebra I Enrichment

Develops basic skills needed in algebra, including solving linear and quadratic equations and inequalities, factoring, operations with fractions, systems of linear equations in two variables, rational and irrational numbers, and functions and their graphs. In addition, opportunity is given to apply these skills to varied problem situations.

NOTE: Not for Credit.

Algebra I Credit

Develops basic skills needed in algebra, including solving linear and quadratic equations and inequalities, factoring, operations with fractions, systems of linear equations in two variables, rational and irrational numbers, and functions and their graphs. In addition, opportunity is given to apply these skills to varied problem situations.

NOTE: 120 hour Credit course that meets from 8:00 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. each day.

Algebra I Part 2 Enrichment

Begins with inequalities and factoring and covers linear equations in two variables and functions. This course covers material presented in the second year of a two-year Algebra I course

Placement in Algebra Part 1 and Algebra Part 2 enrichment classes will be determined by a placement test administered in May.

NOTE: Not for Credit.

Algebra I Part 2 Credit

Begins with inequalities and factoring and covers linear equations in two variables and functions. This course covers material presented in the second year of a two-year Algebra I course.

Placement in the Algebra I Part 2 credit class will be determined by a placement test administered in May.

NOTE: 120 hour Credit course that meets from 8:00 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. each day.

Algebra I Honors