2021 Summer School Course Offerings

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Algebra I Prep

Want to make sure you are ready for Algebra 1? This course is designed for students who will be entering Algebra I this upcoming school year and want to be introduced to some of the math fundamentals needed to succeed in our math curriculum. Emphasis will be on evaluating expressions, order of operations, solving equations and inequalities, and developing problem-solving skills. The only materials needed are a pencil, folder, and a laptop. We'll keep the class engaging, interactive, and fun.
  • Department: Mathematics
  • Open to students entering 9th grade
  • Period 1: from 8:30 - 10 a.m.
  • Teacher: Mr. Mark Kaiser '06

2021 Dates: June 8 - July 2

Program Fee: Early Registration - $300
Regular Registration - $350


Computer Concepts/Applications

In a digital world, it is essential that individuals entering the workforce are properly skilled. This course serves not only as an introduction to a wide range of computer related skills, but also as a way for students to prove their proficiency in creating visual demonstrations, using online assessment tools, and with research opportunities. The skill set obtained as a result of the class will be invaluable to the student through his Ignatius career. This class will teach you how to use computers more efficiently and how to be technologically literate in a digital world. Computer literacy and Internet applications will be learned as well. The training modules and assignments will be constructed in the “study it, learn it, show it” approach. This approach will maximize learning retention. The course furthers the development of essential skills in written and oral communication and information literacy, as well as providing opportunities for active engagement with essential components of the Jesuit and Saint Ignatius High School educational traditions.
  • Department: Fine Arts
  • Open to students entering 9th-12th grades
  • Period 2: from 10:30 a.m. - Noon, June Only-This course will be taught virtually. The instructor will communicate online meeting times on the 6th.
  • Teacher: Mr. Jon Jarc '93

2021 Dates: June 8 - July 2

Program Fee: Early Registration - $300
Regular Registration - $350


Creative Writing I

This course enables students to explore their own creative writing talents, allowing them to discover their own writers’ voices while writing short fiction, poetry, and drama. Using reading, writing, and arts & crafts, this class will not only unlock a student's capacity to write but also will tap into their creative ability to problem solve and think in innovative ways. All student work is collected and shared via an online literary magazine.
  • Department: English
  • Open to students entering 9th-10th grades
  • Period 1: from 8:30 - 10 a.m.
  • Teacher: Mrs. Alexandria Babb

2021 Dates: June 8 - July 2

Program Fee: Early Registration - $300
Regular Registration - $350


Creative Writing II

This course enables students to explore their own creative writing talents, allowing them to discover their own writers’ voices while writing short fiction, poetry, and drama. Using reading, writing, and arts & crafts, this class will not only unlock a student's capacity to write but also will tap into their creative ability to problem solve and think in innovative ways. All student work is collected and shared via an online literary magazine.
  • Department: English
  • Open to students entering 11th-12th grades
  • Period 2: from 10:30 a.m. - Noon
  • Teacher: Mrs. Alexandria Babb

2021 Dates: June 8 - July 2

Program Fee: Early Registration - $300
Regular Registration - $350


Health

This course is divided into two areas: first aid and human sexuality. By completing this course, students will be able to effectively deal with emergency situations described in the Red Cross First Aid Handbook. Practical application, in conjunction with recognition of signs and symptoms, will be emphasized. Certification for first aid skills and CPR skills are possible for each student to achieve in this course. The approach to sexuality in this class is more than the mere teaching of anatomy. Upon learning that sexuality involves thoughts, feelings, and attitudes about one's self and others, students will be able to make mature decisions in regard to their own sexuality. Areas covered in this course include male and female roles, the reproductive systems, menstruation, pregnancy and birth, birth defects, birth control, and sexually transmitted diseases.
    • Department: Health/PE
    • Open to students entering 10th-12th grades
    • Period 1: from 8:30 - 10 a.m. OR Period 2: 10:30 a.m. - Noon
    • Teacher: Mr. Drew Krainz

    2021 Dates: June 8 - July 2

    Program Fee: Early Registration - $300
    Regular Registration - $350


    Introduction to World Cinema

    A survey course designed to introduce students to important films, concepts, movements, and trends. Through readings, film screenings, and discussion, students analyze cultural perspectives affecting the content and aesthetics of cinema.
    • Department: English
    • Open to students entering 11th-12th grades
    • Period 1: from 8:30 - 10 a.m.
    • Teacher: Mr. Sam Boenker

    2021 Dates: June 8 - July 2

    Program Fee: Early Registration - $300
    Regular Registration - $350


    Math Remediation

    This course is open to current Saint Ignatius students and is only available to those who have received an invitation from their current math Teacher.
    • Department: Mathematics
    • Open by invitation only
    • Period 2: from 10:30 a.m. - Noon
    • Teacher: Mr. Mark Kaiser '06

    2021 Dates: June 8 - July 2

    Program Fee: Early Registration - $300
    Regular Registration - $350


    Pre-AP World History Remediation

    This course is open to current Saint Ignatius students and is only available to those who have received an invitation from their World History Teacher.
    • Department: History
    • Open by Invitation Only
    • Period 1: from 8:30 - 10 a.m.
    • Teacher: Mr. Dave Cicetti

    2021 Dates: June 8 - July 2

    Program Fee: Early Registration - $300
    Regular Registration - $350


    Public Speaking

    This course introduces students to one of the most important life skills: oral communication. Activities will include: exercises in handling stage fright, vocal and kinetic exercises, and impromptu, interpretive,and original speeches.
    • Department: Fine Arts
    • Open to students entering 11th-12th grades
    • Period 1: from 8:30 - 10 a.m. OR Period 2: 10:30 a.m. - Noon
    • Teacher: Mr. David Hoover '03

    2021 Dates: June 8 - July 2

    Program Fee: Early Registration - $300
    Regular Registration - $350


    Science Remediation

    This course is open to current Saint Ignatius students and is only available to those who have received an invitation from their current science teacher.
    • Department: Science
    • Open by invitation only
    • Period 1: from 8:30 - 10 a.m.
    • Teacher: TBD

    2021 Dates: June 8 - July 2

    Program Fee: Early Registration - $300
    Regular Registration - $350


    Summer Greek II

    This two semester course meets weekly throughout the summer. Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to complete a third year of ancient Greek during their senior year. This allows a serious Classics student to have 3 years of Greek which will enable him to vie for numerous Classics Scholarships.  Students interested in this class should speak directly to the instructor about course requirements, and the unique schedule prior to enrolling.
    • Department: Languages
    • Open to Juniors by invitation only
    • Period: In-class and online throughout the summer
    • Teacher: Mr. Joe Zebrak '87

    2021 Dates: June 7 - August 9

    Program Fee: Early Registration - $300
    Regular Registration - $350


    United States Government

    This course will give students a thorough understanding of structure and powers of national, state, and local government in the United States. Major emphasis is placed upon the separation of powers, comparisons with other forms of government, and the role of the Congress and the Presidency. Special attention is given to individual freedoms and responsibilities as guaranteed by the Bill of Rights, focusing on the manner in which the Supreme Court has interpreted them in over 200 years of decisions.
    • Department: History
    • Open to students entering 11th-12th grades
    • Period 2: from 10:30 a.m. - Noon
    • Teacher: Mr. Dave Cicetti

    2021 Dates: June 8 - July 2

    Program Fee: Early Registration - $300
    Regular Registration - $350


    Visual Arts

    This course is an introductory studio art course in which students experiment with a variety of art media before progressing into medium-specific coursework. It is designed to elevate artistic awareness through the exploration of fundamental practices and techniques within two and three-dimensional art media (drawing, painting, clay, sculpture, mixed media, and graphic design.) Students engage in a variety of visual arts experiences that involve a sampling of art production, criticism, and appreciation. It is designed to be experimental, enlightening, and enjoyable.
    • Department: Fine Arts
    • Open to students entering 9th-12th grades
    • Period 1 & 2: 8:30 a.m. - Noon
    • Teacher: Mr. Clayton Petras
    *Please note, this course meets longer each day over two weeks instead of the traditional four weeks for other classes.

    2021 Dates: June 7 - 18 (Monday- Friday)

    Program Fee: Early Registration - $300
    Regular Registration - $350
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