For planning purposes, please register for Summer Enrichment by May 31, 2017.
July 10 - 27 (Monday-Thursday each week) 8:30 am - 10:00 am$250
July 10 - 27 (Monday-Thursday each week) 10:15 am - 11:45 am$250
Laboratory safetyIdentifying and using laboratory equipmentDesigning experiments following the scientific methodCollecting and analyzing data
June 26 - June 30 9:00 am - 10:30 am$150
Curiosity → the readiness to ask questions about the material in front of you (as well as the world around you)Creativity → the ability to come up with new ideas and to apply them to all your coursesCriticism → the artistry of analyzing information, ideas, and opinions to create educated theories and judgementsCommunication → the ability to convey your thoughts in a clear and convincing manner in a range of forms and media
PLEASE NOTE: This course is being offered in two study options: on-campus OR online. The on-campus option is scheduled to accommodate students who are enrolled in our other on-campus offerings. The online program will provide a more expansive and collaborative exploration of the material, and will expect students to participate in online discussion boards and other sharing platforms.
ON-CAMPUS OPTION:June 26 - June 30 10:45 am - 12:15 pm$150
ONLINE STUDY OPTION:July 3 - July 28$300
Significant figuresScientific notationDimensional analysis
June 26 - June 309:45 am - 11:15 am$150
Molecular Biology → organic chemistry, cell structure/function, and cellular energeticsEcology → biological communities, populations, and energy flow
July 3 - July 28 (online course)$300
Structure and states of matterStoichiometryThermodynamicsReaction TypesChemical equilibriumAcids + Bases
Political cartoon/document analysisStrategies for the DBQ (AP only)Comparison and contextual analysisA multitude of strategies for making the multiple choice sections a little less daunting