On- and Off-Campus Summer School Options

Summer School 2016

Session1: June 13-June 30
Session 2: July 5-July 21
Monday – Friday: 8:00AM-1:30PM

Description:

Courses Offered:
  • Advanced Integrated Science-LEP
  • Algebra 1
  • Biology
  • English 1, 2, 3
  • Life Skills
  • Geometry (for credit recovery)
  • Modern European History
  • Physical Education
  • US History
  • World Studies 2
Eligible Students:
For students who need to make up an F in a course required for graduation. Priority is given to students that meet Summer School Criteria related to total credits earned and number of support classes.

Students are registered by their guidance counselor. Please contact your student’s guidance counselor with questions.
Contact:
Principal: Jeff Watkins

Compass Program 2016

June 14th through July 8th

8:30 am – 1:30 pm

Description:
A four-week program designed to prepare students for the transition to high school. Classes include math, English, high school success, leadership, P.E., and elective courses.

Eligible Students:
Incoming 9th graders who are 1) recommended by middle school principals 2) scoring below 7.0 on the GMRT English Placement test, and 3) scoring below a 14 on the MDTP math placement test.

Contact:
Tara Charles

Honors Institute 2016

June 14th through July 8th

8:30 am – 1:30 pm

Description:
A four-week program to prepare students for the rigorous 9th grade academic program at M-A. Courses include English, Geometry, Biology, and Leadership.

Eligible Students:
Incoming 9th graders
who must be enrolled in one or more of the following Honors courses: AS English I, Biology, or Geometry.

Priority given to eligible Ravenswood and Redwood City students.

Contact:
Tara Charles

http://tinyurl.com/mahonors