Summer School & Summer Assignments

Summer School Class Descriptions
Modern World Studies  |  
0.5 Credit  |  $175                   
June 10-June 28 and July 8-July 12          
9:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.

A one-semester course that will study world history from the European Enlightenment through World War II. In addition to history the course will use various perspectives including geography, economics, government, and the behavior of people and societies.

Physical Education  |  0.25 Credit  |  $175                   
June 10-June 28 and July 8-July 12          
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

The course meets the state physical education requirement for one semester of credit. The course focuses on three major categories; physical fitness, development of motor skills, and knowledge of physical education principles.  Each student will follow an individualized physical education/fitness plan while using the state of the art equipment in the Lyden Center.

JVLA Health (Online)  |  0.5 Credit  |  $60                     
June 1-July 31                                             

We all recognize that teaching students characteristics and habits of healthy living is of value – particularly in Jesuit and Catholic schools where the care for the individual is central to our work.  Still, with the many academic demands of the typical high school, it can be difficult to find an appropriate place within the curriculum to adequately address this important subject.  The JVLA’s Growing up Healthy provides schools, parents, and students a flexible resource to serve as a foundation for learning about life-long health.

: All classes are tentative and contingent on adequate enrollment.  If a class is cancelled, a full refund will be issued.  Vending machines with snacks, drinks, and microwavable foods are available throughout the summer. Students who are attending a morning and afternoon session are advised to bring a packed lunch.

Dress Code – Casual khaki shorts/jeans, tennis shoes, t-shirt.


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