Summer School

Summer School Information & Registration
Come Join Us for Summer Classes:
 
June 18 – July 20
8:10 AM – 1:30 PM
 
 
Course Offerings

– Freshman Skills: Introduction to Algebra I (5 credits)
– Freshman Skills: English Language (5 credits)
– Full Year Geometry (10 credits)
– Health (On Line) (5 credits)
– English Make-Up (5 credits)
– Religion Make-Up (5 credits)

Register by May 31, 2018
Click Here for Registration Form
 
*All classes subject to minimum and maximum enrollments. Classes will be cancelled for low enrollment and will close if filled to summer school capacity. Enrollment is open to outside students, space permitting, but priority is given to St. Bernard High School students who register by May 31. After May 31, registration for classes will be processed in the order received until they reach capacity, at which point the class will be designated full and a wait list will be instituted.
 
 
 
 
Summer School Tuition:

One Mandatory Freshmen Skills Class .........................$275.00
Two Mandatory Freshmen Skills Class .........................$500.00
Honors Geometry - (5 Hours per day)...........................$550.00
All SBHS 5-week, 5 Credit Classes...............................$300.00
Health Class..................................................................$100.00

Fees:

Nonrefundable Registration Fee.....................................$50.00
Non-St. Bernard High School Student Processing Fee..$75.00
 
Bell Schedule
 
First Bell.......................8:05 am
Period 1.......................8:10-10:40am
Break...........................10:40 – 10:55am
Period 2.......................11:00 – 1:30 pm
 
 
Policies
 
Summer School Uniform:

SBHS Uniform shorts/pants/skirt and SBHS T-shirt or another uniform shirt. No open toed/open heeled shoes, sandals, or flip flops. No boots/UGGs. Socks are required.

Regular SBHS dress code policy applies.


Attendance:

Attendance is mandatory for all summer school days. Students missing more than three classes will be dropped form the class with no refund issued. Questions or concerns regarding summer school attendance should be addressed by the parent to the administrator in charge prior to summer school starting. Students with excessive tardiness in terms of number of times and number of minutes tardy will have their grade lowered and may be dropped from the class.


Independence Day Observance (No Classes) – July 4, 2018


Hours:

Arrival Period 1 – 7:50 am; Period 2 – 10:40 am

Pick-up Period 1 by 10:55 am; Period 2 by 1:45 pm

St. Bernard operates a closed campus. For summer supervision and student safety, students may only be on campus if they have assigned courses or are under the direct supervision of the faculty, a coach or other specific school program. Please arrange ot have your child picked up from school as soon as class is over.

Course Descriptions

 

Freshman Skills - English Language Arts             Incoming Freshmen
This course is designed to help incoming freshmen develop their skills for English 9. They will be learning and reviewing skills for writing essays.
Teacher: Ms. Gallegos

 

Freshman Skills - Math                      Incoming Freshmen

This course is designed to help incoming freshmen develop their skills for Algebra 1. This is an official transition into Algebra 1. Khan Academy will be used. Topics such as Algebraic expressions, Linear Equations and INequalities, Graphing lines and slope, systems of equations, expressions with exponents, and more.
Teacher: Mr. Barcelo

 

M505FHP Honors Geometry (HP)        Year 10 - 12

Prerequisites: Incoming 9th graders must earn at least an “A-” in a full-year Algebra I course, have the recommendation of their 8th grade teacher, and pass the Geometry placement exam. Tenth thru twelfth graders must have a minimum of a B in a full-year Algebra I course, as well as the recommendation of their Algebra I teacher.

 

This is an Euclidean based course is designed for the high aptitude math student. It is fast-paced and designed to challenge students to interpret complex written problems and support solutions with well-written, detailed, responses and proofs. Students study geometric structure, congruence, similarity and measurements, and, apply algebraic methods to solve problems. Algebraic methods include but are not limited to quadratic equations, systems of equations (linear/non-linear), and simplifying radicals as they relate to geometry problems. Computer activities may be used to explore and discover geometric concepts.

Teacher: Mr. Slayton

Course Recovery Classes

  • English
  • Religion