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This specialized, comprehensive, and intensive SAT workshop prepares students for the SAT offered in June. This specialized test preparation workshop meets each day of the week. The curriculum is taught by a Score At The Top Learning Center noted test prep expert. Students learn and practice the most effective strategies for answering each type of test question. They use their newfound strategies to solve and then discuss their solutions to actual test questions. In addition to the in-class instruction, proctored practice tests will be available at the Boca Raton learning center office before the workshop and on the afternoon of June 2 & 4 at no additional cost.


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Dates Dates: This course meets daily from 8:30 am - 12:30 pm starting June 1 through June 5.
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This program is designed to help students understand how to lead themselves, lead among their peers and family, and be leaders in the local and global community. Student's will grow in their metacognitive skills, critical thinking for decision-making, and social skills. Session topics include lessons on: self-awareness, mental health balance, good and bad traits of leadership, solving conflict, time management, budgeting, diversity and inclusion, and dealing with failures. Tentative community service trip planned to help students grow in empathy for designated people groups More
Dates Dates: This course meets daily from 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm starting June 1 through June 5.
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Status Status: 15 open seats left
 
In this seminar students will learn playwriting structure and technique, gaining knowledge in important Language Arts skills, such as characterization, plot, voice, and audience. Students will then develop ideas for an original 10-minute play, focusing on creating a final product to submit into Palm Beach Dramaworks 10-Minute Play Festival in December 2020. More
Dates Dates: This course meets daily from 8:30 am - 12:30 pm starting June 1 through June 5.
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This seminar reinforces learning strategies for reading and analyzing texts, both informational and fictional. With an emphasis on responding to passages, the course prepares students not only for a more seamless entrance into Grades 9 at Saint Andrew’s but also for better performance on verbal components of standardized tests. Students will study vocabulary to improve their reading comprehension and are exposed to the critical reading skills necessary to be successful in the Upper School. Reading fluency will be individually assessed and appropriate interventions implemented for each student as needed. More
Dates Dates: This course meets daily from 8:30 am - 10:30 am starting June 8 through June 19.
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This course is designed for students who have already completed a full year of Algebra 1 and need some additional support to re-learn, practice and better master the material they have already been taught. The following major topics are emphasized: solving different forms of linear equations and inequalities, quadratic equations, systems of linear equations; graphing lines, inequalities, and parabolas; simplifying expressions involving exponents, square roots, and variable terms. Other topics covered may include an introduction to geometry. A student must earn a grade of 75% or better to receive credit for the course and move into Geometry.

 PREREQUISITE: Departmental approval.
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Dates Dates: This course meets daily from 8:30 am - 12:30 pm starting June 8 through July 17.
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Students continue to be challenged and motivated to more fully understand four mathematical dimensions: developing skill in carrying out various problem-solving techniques; developing and using mathematical properties and relationships; applying mathematics in realistic situations; and representing or picturing mathematical concepts. The students become more aware of geometric shapes and the role of geometry in the world. The student should expect to increase his/her powers of reasoning and ability to analyze problems. Topics covered include coordinate geometry, transformations, congruencies, similarity, three-dimensional figures, polygons and measurements of area, surface area and volume.

Note: Although students coming from eighth grade with a C in Algebra I are permitted to continue on to Geometry, the department strongly recommends that such students revisit Algebra I as a ninth grade course or over the summer. This reinforcement will provide students with a more solid foundation for higher level mathematics.

PREREQUISITE: Algebra 1 with a final grade of C or above.
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Dates Dates: This course meets daily from 8:30 am - 12:30 pm starting June 8 through July 17.
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Status Status: 13 open seats left
 
This course is a review of Algebra 1 topics and a preview of some Algebra 2 topics. It is designed to give students a jumpstart to their next academic year, as they enter Algebra 2. Focus will be put on solving equations, exponent rules, simplifying expressions, order of operations, linear equations and graphing. This course is targeted to those students that are not fully confident with their Algebra 1 skills. The Geometry teacher from the previous year may recommend a student to take this course based on their performance in Geometry, but anyone moving into Algebra 2 could benefit from this course. More
Dates Dates: This course meets daily from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm starting June 8 through June 19.
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Status Status: 11 open seats left
 
Good communication is an important factor in successful leadership because whatever the topic, the best leaders are first-rate communicators with their ideas and values clearly and effectively delivered. Market leaders can sell their products and services with compelling ads and marketing campaigns that involve powerful communication techniques. To answer these needs, this course will include learning speech techniques, conducting mock interviews for college and jobs, and carrying out an original sales’ idea from conception to reality. Students will learn how to organize their information, get their listeners’ attention, use visuals, and structure their messages to motivate, persuade, or inspire an audience. Through a variety of real-life situations, students will grow more comfortable and confident in their presentation abilities as they come to recognize how public speaking affects their personal, academic, and professional lives. More
Dates Dates: This course meets daily from 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm starting June 8 through June 17.
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This course is a comprehensive view of all the unifying principles of Biology from a molecular perspective. The topics and major themes covered include cellular organization and function, homeostasis and development, genetics, evolutionary theory, and ecological interactions. There is particular attention given to modern DNA technology and how that impacts these investigations. A strong lab component emphasizes mastery of the scientific method as well as student initiative at being creative. Students need to develop their analytical and critical thinking skills and be able to apply their knowledge.

PREREQUISITE: Chemistry and departmental approval
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Dates Dates: This course meets daily from 8:30 am - 12:30 pm starting June 8 through July 17.
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This course is offered to selected students who have demonstrated a high aptitude for scientific and mathematical concepts. High school students must develop the ability to relate the macroscopic properties of substances that they studied in lower grades to the microscopic structures of substances. This requires students to move through three domains of thought: the macroscopic world of observable phenomena, the microscopic world of molecules, atoms and subatomic particles; and the symbolic and mathematical world of chemical formulas, equations, and symbols. Understanding of microstructure of matter is supported by laboratory sessions, which also allow the student the opportunity to employ the scientific method and to become experienced in laboratory techniques. In addition to the basic components ordinarily included in first-year chemistry, additional advanced topics and special projects are investigated. PREREQUISITE: Algebra I and departmental approval. More
Dates Dates: This course meets daily from 8:30 am - 12:30 pm starting June 8 through July 17.
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The course offers students the opportunity to engage in biblical exegesis of The Bible. Students will critically evaluate the Scripture through multiple perspectives: theological, historical, and literary. Students will engage with The Bible and their peers as they explore core themes such as identity, integrity, and social justice. In addition to these opportunities for social-emotional growth, self-reflection will also play a critical role as students read, reflect on, and then apply these major themes in their own lives and in the world around them. More
Dates Dates: This course meets daily from 8:30 am - 12:30 pm starting June 8 through June 26.
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The course offers students the opportunity to engage in biblical exegesis of The Bible. Students will critically evaluate the Scripture through multiple perspectives: theological, historical, and literary. Students will engage with The Bible and their peers as they explore core themes such as identity, integrity, and social justice. In addition to these opportunities for social-emotional growth, self-reflection will also play a critical role as students read, reflect on, and then apply these major themes in their own lives and in the world around them. More
Dates Dates: This course meets daily from 8:30 am - 12:30 pm starting June 8 through June 26.
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