Middle School Courses

student workingThere is a fifteen (15) student minimum for each academic course. If the minimum is not met, students will be notified around June 19, 2019 and a full tuition refund will be made. Some high school online courses are offered to middle school students. Please contact your school counselor for more information. 

Session 1: Language Arts

June 24–July 16, 2019 (13 days, no class on July 4, 2019)
7:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. (Monday-Thursday, no class on Friday)

  • E100: Language Arts 6
  • E105: Language Arts 7
  • E110: Language Arts 8

Session 2: Mathematics

July 17–August 7, 2019 (13 days)
7:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. (Monday-Thursday, no class on Friday)

  • M200: Mathematics 6
  • M203: Mathematics 7
  • M208: Mathematics 8

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Initial Credit Courses

June 24–August 7, 2019 (no class on July 4, 2019)
7:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. (Monday-Thursday, no class on Friday)

  • M208: Mathematics 8
  • M260: Algebra I
  • P651: Health/PE 9 (only rising 9th graders)

Enrichment Courses

The dates, times, and costs differ for enrichment courses, and details of each course are provided. Classes will take place on Monday through Thursday only. Course credit is not given for enrichment courses.

  • Artrageous! Game Design

    Would you like to play a new video game? How about learning to design your own? In this class, we will learn to make a 2-D video game, designing the characters, settings, controls, music, and sound. We will also learn about (and play!) important games from the “art history” of video games, as well as games made by independent artists working today. (Enrollment: minimum 12, maximum 16)

    • Course Code: SU40
      July 8–18, 2019
      8:00a.m.-12:30p.m.
      $175, Hanover County residents; $225, non-residents
  • English for Speakers of Other Languages - ESOL

    The ESOL enrichment class is especially designed for English learner (EL) students where English may be a second language. The primary goal of ESOL is to help students understand, read, write, and speak English in order to communicate in social settings, to achieve academically in all subject areas, and to behave in socially and culturally appropriate ways. In order to realize these goals, EL students require meaningful language practice. Consistent reinforcement of English skills is instrumental in helping students become proficient in their new language.

    • Course Code: SU01
      June 24–July 25 2019 (no class on July 4, 2019) 
      7:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
      No cost; Hanover County residents only
      By teacher recommendation only

       

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