Summer Academic Programs
Review Courses are credit recovery courses for Catholic and non-public school students who have failed a course for the regular school year.
Original Credit Courses are credit courses that allow Catholic and non-public school students to acquire new skills and information, and are completed for one full credit.
The Study Skills Seminar provides students with practice in the skills necessary for success in high school.
The STEM Seminar is a five-day enrichment program for students entering the 10th or 11th grade. LIMITED SPOTS AVAILABLE!
The National History Day Camp focuses on the selection and creation of an NHD project for all students at various levels (from novice to experienced).
The Model UN Camp focuses on introducing, improving, and refining the methods and procedures for Model UN.
The College Application Workshop helps you to focus and complete many of the tasks that are involved in the application process.
For more information about specific course offerings, summer school policies, scheduling, and tuition fees, please review the tabs below.
Register online here for one or more of our summer program opportunities. If you wish to pay in person or by mail and would prefer to have registration materials sent to you, please contact Mr. Greg McDivitt, Assistant Principal, Director of Studies at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 410-644-3300 x225.