Summer School eLearning

Hanover eLearning is available to resident and non-resident students during the 2017 summer session.

All courses require that mid-term and final exams be taken in a face-to-face format. The 2018 summer school term dates will be updated soon.

Current summer school offerings include:

Course Required Face-to-Face Sessions (In addition to mid-term and final exams) Additional Information
Algebra I Weekly help sessions required if student grade falls below a “C” in the course. Weekly help sessions available to all students. Not recommended for students taking Algebra I for the first time.
Geometry Weekly help sessions required if student grade falls below a “C” in the course. Weekly help sessions available to all students.
English 9 Two writing conference dates.
Weekly help sessions required if student grade falls below a “C” in the course. Weekly help sessions available to all students.
Economics & Personal Finance Weekly Help sessions required if student grade falls below a "C" in the course. Weekly help sessions available to all students.

World History I Weekly Help sessions required if student grade falls below a "C" in the course. Weekly help sessions available to all students.   
Government  Weekly Help sessions required if student grade falls below a "C" in the course. Weekly help sessions available to all students.  
Spanish I Weekly Help sessions required if student grade falls below a "C" in the course. Weekly help sessions available to all students.   
French I Weekly Help sessions required if student grade falls below a "C" in the course. Weekly help sessions available to all students.   
Health & PE 9 Weekly face-to-face session required, Tuesdays from 1:30-3:30 p.m.   
Health & PE 10
 Weekly face-to-face session required, Tuesdays from 1:30-3:30 p.m.  

 
Students should discuss eLearning with their school counselor and parents to ensure that their personality and work habits translate to success in the eLearning environment. Successful eLearning students are self-directed and independent learners, actively participate in all online activities, effectively manage their time to meet class deadlines, have strong reading comprehension skills, and are proficient with the use of technology. Students should consider the following questions prior to registering for an eLearning course:

  • Am I self-motivated and disciplined?
    Students should be prepared to devote as much time to the eLearning course as would be expected in a face-to-face classroom course.
  • Am I receptive to information through written or visual context as opposed to spoken communication with an instructor?
    Registration information for summer eLearning will be available soon. For more information on eLearning, contact Heather Causey.
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