Academic Enrichment

Immerse yourself in academic excellence with a dynamic range of courses that spark curiosity and inspire learning.

Geometry

Available to: high school students who have completed Algebra 1

Schedule: Five weeks in the summer, an asynchronous online format with four Zoom office hours per week. Students will be required to check into office hours via Zoom at least two times per week, and all course work must be completed during the five week period.

Special Notes: Students taking this course are still expected to take a full load of courses in the following year.

Summer Geometry is open to those who have completed an algebra course and not yet taken a geometry course. The classes will in an asynchronous online format with four Zoom office hours per week. Students will be required to check into office hours via Zoom at least two times per week, and all course work must be completed during the five week period. Students can expect a daily workload of approximately 120 minutes with one minor assessment per unit, one midterm exam, and a final exam. The midterm and final exams will be completed synchronously on Zoom. All other work will be submitted using Canvas.

US History

Summer US History is open to those who have completed grade 10 and not yet taken a US history course. The format will be in-person and the dorms will be closed, so students will have to provide their own housing. Classes meet Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The Summer US History course offers an immersion in US political, social, and cultural currents from the pre-colonial era to the present via lecture, discussion, debate, group and individual research, and historical documentaries.

Spanish Enrichment

Dates: June 17 2024-July 19 2024 (5 weeks)

Price: TBD

Description: Build your Spanish proficiency this summer with Spanish Summer Enrichment, exclusively for Stevenson students. This 5-week course is designed for anyone with some Spanish experience who wishes to advance their Spanish proficiency. In addition, this course is a requirement for any students who did not previously qualify for an Honors or AP level placement and strive to be placed in the advanced track. Each week of the course presents and reviews key grammar and vocabulary so that students are able to read, write, speak and listen in Spanish with greater comfort, confidence and proficiency. While the course is conducted asynchronously via Canvas, Spanish Teacher and World Language Department Chair Brooke Higgins will work directly with each student to ensure successful learning experiences for all.

*Note: Once a student registers and pays for the course, no refunds will be issued.