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Students will explore various acting methods and develop vocal projection and performance confidence through improv and scene work. They will learn to make strong choices as they develop characters and techniques for the stage. Emphasis is on personal process. The course will conclude with a performance. More
Dates Dates: This course meets daily from 8:30 am - 12:30 pm starting June 11 through June 20. (it only meets for two hours on the last day;therefore, it ends at 10:30 am on June 20)
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Without the pressure of traditional academic grading, the course is structured to foster health and wellness and to instill a better understanding between personal behavior and health. The course examines the myriad health and social issues that challenge adolescents such as, but not limited to: adolescent brain development, decision making, moral reasoning, interpersonal relationships, self image, sexuality, reproductive health and sexually transmitted infections, gender identity, mental health issues, substance use/abuse, disordered eating, effective communication and conflict resolution, and stress management. More
Dates Dates: This course meets daily from 8:30 am - 12:30 pm starting June 11 through June 20. (it only meets for two hours on the last day;therefore, it ends at 10:30 am on June 20)
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Status Status: 11 open seats left
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Without the pressure of traditional academic grading, the course is structured to foster health and wellness and to instill a better understanding between personal behavior and health. The course examines the myriad health and social issues that challenge adolescents such as, but not limited to: adolescent brain development, decision making, moral reasoning, interpersonal relationships, self image, sexuality, reproductive health and sexually transmitted infections, gender identity, mental health issues, substance use/abuse, disordered eating, effective communication and conflict resolution, and stress management. More
Dates Dates: This course meets daily from 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm starting June 11 through June 20. (it only meets for two hours on the last day; therefore, it ends at 3:00 pm on June 20)
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Status Status: 2 open seats left
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Through their reading of the text, working on assignments, and participating in class, students are challenged and motivated to more fully understand four mathematical dimensions: 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 algebraic tasks of understanding and manipulating variables and solving first and second degree equations are enhanced. Capsule: The following major topics are emphasized: solving different forms of linear equations and inequalities, quadratic equations, and systems of equations; graphing lines, inequalities, and parabolas; simplifying expressions involving exponents, square roots, and polynomials. Other topics covered include an introduction to sets and their applications and an introduction to geometry. A student must earn a grade of 75% or better to receive credit for the course and move onto Geometry. PREREQUISITE: Departmental approval. More
Dates Dates: This course meets daily from 8:30 am - 12:30 pm starting June 11 through July 20.
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Status Status: 14 open seats left
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In this course students will conduct research and report on an exploration of world cultures through the lens of social justice. Students will tailor their work to their personal interests and passions. Ultimately students will be aware of the conditions for, and obstacles to, social justice within the context of the cultures under study. This awareness will be nurtured by engaging in research, building arguments, and learning strategies with a view to inform, persuade, inspire, and demonstrate to their audience that social justice resides at the core of human experience, regardless of culture. More
Dates Dates: This course meets daily from 8:30 am - 12:30 pm starting June 11 through June 20. (it only meets for two hours on the last day;therefore, it ends at 10:30 am on June 20)
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Students will explore composition and performance of speeches through the lens of Arts and Health. Throughout the course, students will deliver a variety of contemporary speeches including, but not limited to, a creative spoken word piece, a persuasive “TEDx Talk”, an informative narrative interview, a concise 'elevator' pitch, a telephone interview, a live Q&A session, and a creative art demonstration. Using the topic of 'Arts and Health' as their overarching theme for the course, students will also learn to speak about the interdisciplinary nature of art in the healthcare field. Students are encouraged to research and speak about art-related initiatives relevant to their lifestyle. More
Dates Dates: This course meets daily from 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm starting June 11 through June 20. (it only meets for two hours on the last day; therefore, it ends at 3:00 pm on June 20)
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Status Status: 14 open seats left
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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 11 through June 29.
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Status Status: 2 open seats left
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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 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm starting June 11 through June 29.
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Status Status: 13 open seats left
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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 11 through June 29.
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Status Status: 7 open seats left
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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 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm starting June 11 through June 29.
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Status Status: 18 open seats left
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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 More
Dates Dates: This course meets daily from 8:30 am - 12:30 pm starting June 11 through July 20.
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Status Status: 9 open seats left
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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 11 through July 20.
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Status Status: 14 open seats left
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