These courses are intended for students who have failed a course and seek credit recovery, or for students who seek extra practice and instruction in a particular discipline. These classes may be scheduled in-person at Mount Saint Joseph’s campus, may be scheduled online (live instruction), or may meet in a hybrid online/on-campus format; these determinations will be made in May or June and will be based on anticipated enrollment and other scheduling considerations.Classes
English 1-2-3-4; Algebra I; Algebra II; Geometry; Biology; Theology 1-2-3-4Schedule
All Review classes run Tuesday, June 20, through Friday, July 21, from 8:30 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Depending on student demand and scheduling concerns, some classes meet both times; some meet only at 8:30 or 10:30. Exact times will not necessarily be determined until the week of June 12th. Classes meet five days a week; July 3 and 4 are holidays. Eligibility
Open to Catholic school and non-public school students.Tuition
$475 per course; full payment is required by the first day of class.Withdrawals and Refunds
Students who withdraw during the first week of class will receive one-half of their total tuition bill. Students who withdraw at any time after the first week of classes will receive no refund. The school reserves the right to dismiss a student and apply these same refund policies.
Students are allowed two absences for illness. Students who exceed two absences must make up those absences July 24-25. For each day absent beyond two, a student must attend one make-up class. There is a cost of $15 per make-up class.
Progress reports will be mailed home at the midpoint of the course. At the conclusion of the course, students will receive a mark of A, B, C, D, or F on a final report that will be mailed home and to a student’s school, if other than Mount Saint Joseph.
The dress code is casual. Modest dress is required. Tee shirts and shorts are allowed. Students must wear closed-toe and closed-heel shoes (no flip-flops, slides, or CrocsTM). The School reserves the right to determine what constitutes proper dress, but we hope that common sense will prevail.