College counseling contribution is for 9th - 11th graders which includes registration for the PSAT in October, along with access to Naviance, a software program students can use to research colleges, take interest inventories and build resumes. It also includes any summer program consultation and transcript submission to those programs.
The $200 covers the Senior Dinner for the senior and parents (including stepparents) and: All transcripts being sent to colleges (and access to Arete for transcripts after graduation) Large public schools typically charge $10-15 per transcript sent to colleges Individual College Counseling services senior year, including creation of a college list, test plan, essay revision, strategy on teacher recommendations and when/how to apply, access to two application workshops
This course is designed to teach incoming 6th grade students valuable skills to increase productivity and preparedness, as well as to set goals and balance their academic lives. The class will focus on: student life, preparation and procrastination, efficiency, active learning, and test preparation. They will also be introduced to course content from each course they will take in 6th grade.
The course is designed to give incoming 6th graders an introduction to some of the Art concepts they will encounter in 6th grade Studio Art
This class is designed for students entering 7th grade and for students who had difficulty in or who failed 6th grade Lit/Comp. This class will focus on higher levels of reading, writing, and grammar.
This class is designed for students entering 7th grade and for students who had difficulty in or who failed 6th grade math. This course will focus on operations with integers and other rational numbers. Students will also learn to solve algebraic equations and will work with unknowns to solve various other problems.
This class is designed for students entering 9th grade and for students who had difficulty in or who failed 8th grade math. It is a review course of basic algebra that is designed to improve skills in solving equations, graphing, factoring polynomials, and simplifying algebraic expressions.
The Creative Writing summer course will introduce students to the essentials of story-building. As students complete assignments, they will be compiled into a book of collected works and personal portfolios. Upon arriving every day, students will be assigned a warm-up exercise. Students will then receive a lesson for the day that will be modeled for them. The second half of class will be dedicated to practicing the lesson of the day. The last portion of class will be open-mic sessions. Mondays w
We will present students with a survey of formative firms in the history of cinema. The four weeks will be divided by theme: 1) origins and silent era; 2) Western classics; 3) international masterpieces; 4) the space age. We will meet four times a week. Three days will be spent watching films. The fourth is optional and will include a brief seminar on the film, and very small excerpts from famous critics and the directors they will be enjoying. At the end of the course, as a final project, stude
This Course is designed for 11th grade students looking to pursue Art in college.
This class is designed for students entering 7th grade and for students who had difficulty in or who failed 6th grade Latin. This 1st year course will prepare students for 7th grade Latin I.
This class is designed for students entering 8th grade and for students who had difficulty in or who failed 7th grade math. This course will review and master operations with Real Numbers. Students will also use algebraic language to solve equations and represent unknown quantities.
In this age of technology, computer skills are essential both in academia and industry. This one-week course is designed to give an introduction to touch typing and word processing. We will also go over basic MLA formatting, which is the standard format for papers at Great Hearts Academies.
Help decide the Yearbook Theme and learn design skills to help get the next year's yearbook started!
This class is designed for students 8th-11th grade who had difficulty in or failed writing assignments. It is a four week intensive course designed to help students who require more work on reading, analyzing, and writing essays.
6th grade Pre-Algebra Prep (June 4-28 M-Th afternoon) $350 This class is designed for students entering 6th grade that need to prepare for pre-algebra. This course will focus on: fractions, decimals, percents, and basic operations.
Etched in Stone Brick Program
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