SUMMER SCHOOL

 SUMMER SCHOOL 2017

Summer 2017 Dates
Full-session Courses: Monday, June 5 - Friday, June 30
Half-session Courses: Economics, June 5-16
One-week Courses: Study Skills & Transition, June 5-9, June 12-16, June 19-23, June 26-30

Registration
Online registration is closed. If you have questions, please see contact information at the bottom of this page.

Students may not register for more than two classes (note: does not apply to Study Skills & Transition course for incoming Freshmen).

1st day of Summer School
All students will report to the Moran Dining Hall.  After receiving some general instructions, their teachers will lead them to their classrooms.

Strake Jesuit Students

Summer School will be offered at Strake Jesuit for students who need to obtain credit for a course or for those who would like to improve their understanding of a subject and thereby try to raise their grade. Strake Jesuit students will only be allowed to register for courses they completed during the 2016-17 school year. Incoming freshmen can register only for Pre-Freshmen courses.

Non-Jesuit Students
All non-Jesuit students must have written permission from their school in order to attend Strake Jesuit's Summer School. Schools will be contacted to confirm each summer course is replacing the grade from a previously completed course.

For-credit Courses
Fundamentals of Art and Political Violence & Terrorism are available for Strake Jesuit students only.

Tuition
$400 per full-session course (4 weeks)
$200 per half-session course (2 weeks)
$100 for Study Skills and Transition course (1 week)
Online registration payable by credit card. In-person registration payable by check to 'Strake Jesuit'.
If a course is canceled by the school, all fees are refundable. Student withdrawals and disciplinary withdrawals will receive no refund.

Progress Reports
Progress Reports will be posted online weekly during Summer School.  Students will be given login information during the first week of class.  The grade reported each week will be a cumulative grade for the entire course. The student’s attendance will also be reported weekly. Credit cannot be awarded for a course where a student has been absent more than once (1) in a half session course (US Govt & Politics or Economics) or more than twice (2) for full session courses.

Dress Code
The Summer School dress code for male students is the same as during the regular school year. All male students are expected to wear a shirt with a collar, regular slacks (no jeans or cargo pants), a belt on pants made to be worn with a belt, socks, and regular shoes (no athletic shoes or the like). Shirts must be tucked in at all times while on campus. Students must be clean-shaven. All female students are to dress in their school uniform. They must bring a copy of the dress code from their school with them to registration. Girls may not wear jeans, but may wear capri pants made of traditional fabric. All shoes must have a back. There are to be no slides or flip-flops. The Summer School Principal will be the final judge. Students who do not comply with the dress code may be asked to leave for the day. This absence will count to the student’s total absences.

Absences
Any student who has more than one (1) absence from a half session course (US Govt & Politics or Economics) or more than two (2) absences from any other class is subject to receive an F in the course and must withdraw with no refund. Additionally, if a student is asked to leave for the day for disciplinary reasons, that student will be marked absent from class.

Tardy
Should a student be late for a class two times, it will count as one full day’s absence.

Food Service
The dining hall will be open 6:30am - 1:00pm each day. A limited selection of food will be available for cash purchase. Strake Jesuit students also may use may use their Student ID cards to charge purchases to their Sage accounts. 

Parking
Students are not allowed to park in faculty or visitors parking spots.

All the policies and regulations of Strake Jesuit College Preparatory are in effect during Summer School. If you have any questions, please contact Dean Healey or Mrs. Riedle.

SUMMER SCHOOL 2017 SCHEDULE


All courses are full-session courses unless otherwise indicated below.

First Period 
7:00 am - 9:30 am

Algebra 1
Algebra 2
Biology 1
Chemistry 1
English 2
English 3
Geometry
Pre-Freshman English
Pre-Freshman Math
Spanish 1
World History

Second Period
10:00-12:30
Algebra 1
Algebra 2
Biology 1
Che
mistry 1
English 1
Geometry 
Political Violence & Terrorism, *10:00-1:00, for-credit
Pre-Calculus
Pre-Freshman English
Pre-Freshman Math
Spanish 2
Study Skills & Transition for
   Pre-Freshmen (1-week course)
Theology 1 & 2
Theology 3

Third Period
1:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Economics (2-week course, June 5-16)
Spanish 3
Study Skills & Transition for
   Pre-Freshmen (1-week course, June 26-30 only)   
U.S. History