2021 High School Summer Session

JUNE 21 – JULY 23, 2021

All courses run Monday through Friday

with Sports Classes having various schedules.

To download the Bosco Tech High School Summer Programs in a pdf file, click HERE.

To enroll now, click HERE.

Please note:  All applications must be made online to simplify submission and provide parent the ability to track the status of the Summer School application.


CREDIT RECOVERY CLASSES – 5 UNITS EACH CLASS – $350 are designed for students who need to make up or repeat a course they have already taken in high school. These 5-week classes meet for a two-and-a-half-hour session at one of the following time periods: 7:45 AM-10:15 AM or 10:30 AM-1:00 PM. Classes that do not reach a minimum enrollment of 10 students will be canceled. All classes earn 5 units = 1 semester’s worth of credit. (1st or 2nd-semester sections available)

    • English (all grades/all semesters offered)
    • Integrated Math I
    • Integrated Math II
    • Integrated Math III
    • Pre-Calculus
    • Biology
    • Physical Science
    • Chemistry
    • Art Appreciation
    • Health Education (1 sem. only)
    • Theology (all grades/all semesters offered)
    • Technology Make-up (all grades/all semesters offered)

ENRICHMENT CLASSES – 10 UNIT (YEAR-LONG) CLASSES – $700  are designed for high school students who want to earn credit in a year-long math class they have not yet taken. These 5-week classes meet from 7:45 AM – 1:00 PM. Classes that do not reach a minimum enrollment of 10 students will be canceled.

Integrated Math II: Students develop a conceptual understanding of mathematical relationships. Topics include the concepts of formal proof, exploring the properties of two-and three-dimensional objects, working within the rectangular coordinate system to verify geometric relationships, and proving basic theorems about circles. Students also use the language of set theory to compute and interpret probabilities for compound events, and trigonometric basic tools for analyzing and measuring right triangles, general triangles, and complex shapes.

Integrated Math III: Includes content standards from traditional courses in Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and more. Primarily focuses on Algebra 2, but delves into other facets of advanced algebra skills such as systems of equations, advanced polynomials, imaginary and complex numbers, quadratics, and concepts and includes the study of trigonometric functions.

Pre-Calculus A/B: A study of functions and their graphs; polynomial and rational functions; exponential and logarithmic functions; trigonometric functions; analytic trigonometry; applications of trigonometry; linear systems and matrices; sequences and series; analytic geometry;  limits and an introduction to calculus.


OTHER PREP COURSES

3 unit (one quarter) Classes- $150

AP Physics Prep (3-week asynchronous online course, beginning no later than Monday, June 29): This course is designed only for Bosco students who plan to take AP Physics during senior year, but have not yet taken a calculus course. It covers the two basic operations in calculus: derivatives and integrals. It is not equivalent to any calculus course, nor can it be used as credit recovery for a physics course. Requires weekly testing.

AP Chemistry Prep (5-week asynchronous online course from 6/21-7/23): This course is designed only for Bosco students who plan to take AP Chemistry during their junior year, but did not take Honors Chemistry year before. This class will cover concepts from Honors Chemistry including, properties of matter, dimensional analysis, chemical nomenclature, atomic structure, the periodic table, chemical bonds, and others to give them the fundamental knowledge necessary to succeed in AP Chemistry. This is not equivalent to any chemistry course, and it cannot be used as credit recovery for any chemistry course.

Literature of War: D-Day: (June 6, 1944) – In this 4-week intermediate course on the June 6, 1944, D-Day invasion, students will develop a broad understanding of the Allied invasion of Normandy, France through collaborative hands-on model building, class discussions, and much more. We will delve into the text to trace infantry mens’ footsteps to see the battle through their eyes. The author’s detailed account of the battle will help us understand the importance of the cross-channel assault.

 


SUMMER ATHLETIC SPORTS CLASSES – Open To Bosco Tech Students Only – $250 per sport offers students high school credit in physical education and also training in the skills required to participate in a competitive sport. The time of class varies depending on the sport. Check times and days carefully.

Baseball Conditioning  (5:00 PM-7:00 PM, Monday-Thursday) is an opportunity for students in grades 9-12, who will be participating on the Baseball Team in the Spring, to improve their baseball skills, strength, and conditioning. (5-week class: runs June 21 to July 23)

Basketball (4:30 PM-6:30 PM, Monday-Thursday) All students will train and condition for competitive summer-league basketball games. (5-week class: runs June 21 to July 23)

Cross Country/Track & Field Conditioning (4:30 PM-6:30 PM, Monday-Friday) is a conditioning program that will prepare students to compete in any Cross Country/Track & Field program and helps students achieve their maximum fitness potential. (5-week class: runs June 21 to July 23)

Football Conditioning (3:30 PM-5:00 PM, Monday-Friday) This is a MANDATORY conditioning class for grades 9-12 who are preparing to participate in high school football at Bosco Tech in the fall. Includes weight training. Some athletes will also participate in “passing league” games in the evening. (5-week class: runs June 21 to July 23)

Soccer Skills And Conditioning Class (Time TBA / Monday-Thursday) is a class for returning Varsity/JV players, and incoming freshmen who would like to improve their soccer skills, technique, and strategy. We break down the game of soccer in both drill and game situations. Some weight lifting and conditioning are also included. (5-week class: runs June 21 to July 23)

Tennis (4:00 PM-6:00 PM, Monday-Thursday) is a conditioning class for those preparing to participate in high school tennis at Bosco Tech next school year. Participants must provide their own transportation. (5-week class: runs June 21 to July 23) (Additional $75 fee required for court rental)

Volleyball Conditioning (1:00 PM-3:00 PM, Monday-Thursday) is an opportunity for students in grades 9-12, who will be participating on the Volleyball Team in the Spring, to improve their Volleyball skills, strength, and conditioning. (5-week class: runs June 21 to July 23)

 


 SUMMER SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND POLICIES

All applications must be made online to simplify submission and provide parent the ability to track the status of the Summer School application.  

To begin the online Bosco Tech High School Summer School Program application process, please click here → Create an Account. Upon account creation, you will receive an email containing a verification link. Once your email address has been verified;

  • Select Create a New Student Application.
  • Fill in all of your student’s information and select which grade level you are applying to.
    • For summer school, select Don Bosco Technical Summer School and the grade level your student will start in the fall and select Submit.
    • Select Start Application.
    • Read through the course options listed under Instructions & Resources, and then select Next at the bottom of the screen.
    • Fill in the requested information over the next several screens and then select Save & Next at the bottom of each page.
    • On the Class Selection, check those courses that your student will be taking. At the bottom of that screen indicate how many classes were selected and the total cost.
  • Payment is due online at the time of application submission. 
  • Complete your registration by Wednesday, June 16, 2021.
  • Before classes begin, you will receive a confirmation of your registration and of the times for classes.
  • We will also contact you as soon as possible if we are forced to cancel a class or to change the time a class will meet.

Withdrawals from classes must be notified in writing by email to the Business office to Mrs. Doris Longoria (dlongoria@boscotech.edu) and be sure to copy Mr. Richard Ronan (rronan@boscotech.edu) before the stated deadlines below.

Refunds:

  • A full refund will be given for classes that are canceled due to insufficient enrollment.
  • Full refunds are given for withdrawals made before June 21, 2021.
  • A 50% refund will be given for withdrawals between June 21 and June 28, 2021.
  • NO refunds will be given for withdrawals made after June 28, 2021.

(PLEASE NOTE: Requests for refunds will not be processed until after July 12, 2021)

All classes require a minimum enrollment.
Classes that do not reach a minimum enrollment will not be offered.

NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATION POLICY:

Don Bosco Technical Institute admits students of any race, color, racial or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the Institute. The Institute does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, racial or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship program, and athletic and other school-administered student programs.