Welcome to Cardinal Gibbons High School Summer School!
Spend your summer by hitting the books and getting ahead or improving your grade in a previously completed course! We're offering a few new classes this summer so be sure to check the Summer School Form to see what is available.
Summer School lasts 15 days, from Monday June 10 through Friday, June 28. Attendance is mandatory for all Summer School participants. Please do not plan vacation days, appointments or early releases during Summer School. Participants must abide by all institution requirements, as outlined in the Student Handbook, and all teacher requirements, which include, but are not limited to, matters involving academics, discipline and attendance.
The fee for Summer School is $400 per 0.5 credit course. The fee is non-refundable. Course space is limited, so please reserve your spot by signing and returning you Summer School Form, along with your check, cash or credit card as soon as possible. All checks can be made payable to Cardinal Gibbons High School. Class spaces are reserved when both the form and payment are received.
MATHLetes Camp is an opportunity for students to enrich their math skills while having fun. Students will explore challenging math concepts, creative problem-solving activities and become data detectives when they dive into statistics and probability concepts. MATHLetes Camp offers fun, challenge and critical thinking.
STEM-Stars offers students an opportunity to go on a robotics adventure featuring ROBOTIS models. Students will learn the basics of robotics, while working with motors and sensors. Working in collaborative groups, students will build and program models to compete in a soccer competition, dance party or perform any “out of the box” task.
This class is an introductory course designed to teach students how to make their voice sound more powerful, how to use vocal techniques to expand their range and expression and how to become more confident in vocal performances. This class is a fantastic starting point for anyone wanting to make the most of their voice.
Students in this class will become aspiring coders and dive into
creating animated stories and interactive experiences while
learning essential programming concepts with Scratch. This drag-and-drop, creative environment developed by MIT uses sprites and code blocks to set a foundation of computational thinking an essential skill in this tech-driven world—enhanced by bright visuals and engaging design.
This course offers a variety of team, individual and lifetime sports. It stresses the acquisition of knowledge to fit into personal lifestyles. It teaches an understanding of stress maintenance, muscle groups related to physical fitness, weight conditioning, training and personal exercise programs. Health-related fitness, first aid and safety, nutrition and alcohol/drug abuse awareness are also topics of discussion in this class.