Summer at Immaculate

Summer at Immaculate High School gives students a chance to learn and grow in a more casual setting. Entering Freshman can pick from Math, Biology, English, and Fine Arts courses setting the stage for success in the Fall.

Incoming freshman have even more to gain from our summer program, with the opportunity to meet new friends, build new skills, and explore our campus. All so that the first day of school is like coming home.

Upperclassman have the opportunity to take classes in Algebra Review in preparation for upper level and a College Essay Prep. Both classes provide the opportunity for a more productive Fall semester.

Our athletic camps provide an experience for elementary and middle school students to sharpen their skills in preparation for their upcoming fall and winter sports activities.

GRADE 9 COURSES

CLASS OF 2022 SUMMER ENRICHMENT PROGRAM

Summer at Immaculate High School provides students with an opportunity to learn and grow in a more casual setting. Entering freshmen can choose from Math Readiness, English Readiness, Geometry Readiness, Biology, and the Fine Arts, setting the stage for success in the fall. For members of the Class of 2022, you and your friends will have an opportunity to enjoy a fun high- school summer learning experience with our teachers, explore our campus, and make some close-knit friendships along the way!

Dates: Monday June 25th – Thursday June 28th
and Monday July 3rd– Friday 6th (no class July 4th)
Times: 8:00am-10:00am (total of 16 hours)
Instructor: Mrs. Jeanine Antonios
Room: 205
Cost: $300.00

The math readiness program is aimed at maintaining or improving academic proficiency over the summer. This curriculum is designed to enhance academic skills that are necessary to be successful in our college prep program.

The topics for the courses will include:

  • Whole Numbers, Decimals, Fractions
  • Ratio and Proportions
  • Order of Operations
  • Solving Linear Equations
  • Solving Linear Inequalities
  • Finding Slope
  • Graphing & Writing Equations of a line
  • Factoring
  • Real–World Problem Solving (if time permits)

Dates: Monday June 25th – Thursday June 28th
and Monday July 3rd– Friday 6th (no class July 4th)
Times: 10:15am-12:15am (total of 16 hours)
Instructor: Miss Kathryn Fox
Room: Learning Commons
Cost: $300.00

The English program is designed to improve the student’s ability to analyze, synthesize, and make personal connections with literature. The curriculum develops the student's note-taking skills, reading comprehension, critical thinking, and written communication. Students will study the grammatical structure of the English language and apply literacy skills to fiction and non-fiction works. Summer Reading texts will be introduced and started in class. Student should be prepared with a notebook, a pen or pencil and copies of the summer reading texts.

Below is a brief outline of the course content.

  • Note-Taking
  • Finding the main idea
  • Summarizing
  • Using Graphic Organizers
  • Grammar Review
  • Formulated based on student needs
  • Summer Reading Studies
  • Silent sustained reading
  • Reading aloud
  • Guided Discussion
  • Responding to plot based and critical thinking questions
  • Formulating questions
  • Making personal connections
  • Applying literary terms
  • Comparing and contrasting works

Dates: Monday June 25th – Thursday June 28th
Times: 8:00am-12:00pm (total of 16 hours)
Instructor: Mrs. Samantha Murtha & Mr. Matthew Farina
Room: Cafeteria
Cost: $300.00

Intro. To Musical Theatre is a course that will include the understanding and practice of several elements of musical theatre. Topics that will be discussed and practiced include, but are not limited to dance, choreography, monologues and dialogues, vocal technique in musical theatre, and performance technique.


Dates: Monday June 25th – Thursday June 28th
and Monday July 2nd– Friday 6th (no class July 4th)
Times: 8:00am-10:00am (total of 16 hours)
Instructor: Mrs. Lisa Curtis
Room: 310 and the adjacent labs
Cost: $300.00

This program is designed to expose the student to the wide variety of biological concepts presented in our curriculum. The students will utilize the various facilities at Immaculate, including both the computer Tech and Biology Labs. The topics are Fundamentals of Biology, Energy production and consumption, Photosynthesis and Respiration, and Energy relationships examining how this all works out in Nature, Microbiology, Botany, Invertebrate biology and Vertebrate biology.


Dates: Monday June 25th – Thursday June 28th
and Monday July 3rd– Friday 6th (no class July 4th)
Times: 8:00am-10:00am (total of 16 hours)
Instructor: Mrs. Monica Ortega
Room: 209
Cost: $300.00

This course is targeted to setting a foundation of logic, proof writing, and connecting algebraic skills to geometric concepts for students enrolled in Geometry CP or Geometry H for the 2018-2019 school year.

Students will:

  • review algebra skills needed to succeed in geometry
  • apply algebraic skills to geometric content
  • learn basic geometry vocabulary
  • practice using the tools of geometry such as compasses and protractors
  • implement logic to prove geometric theorems and postulates
  • practice proof writing

GRADE 10-12 COURSES

Summer at Immaculate High School provides students with an opportunity to learn and grow in a more casual setting. Students can choose from Algebra II Readiness, Calculus Readiness, Geometry Readiness, Math SAT Prep, Reading & Writing for the SAT, Foundations of Entrepreneurship, College Prep Essay, College Application Workshop, Intro to Animation, or Intro to Musical Theater, setting the stage for success in the fall.

Dates: Monday June 25th – Thursday June 28th
Times: 8:00am-12:00pm (total of 16 hours)
Instructor: Mrs. Samantha Murtha & Mr. Matthew Farina
Room: Cafeteria
Cost: $300.00

Intro. To Musical Theatre is a course that will include the understanding and practice of several elements of musical theatre. Topics that will be discussed and practiced include, but are not limited to dance, choreography, monologues and dialogues, vocal technique in musical theatre, and performance technique.


Dates: Monday June 25th – Thursday June 28th
and Monday July 3rd– Friday 6th (no class July 4th)
Times: 8:00am-10:00am (total of 16 hours)
Instructor: Mrs. Monica Ortega
Room: 209
Cost: $300.00

This course is targeted to setting a foundation of logic, proof writing, and connecting algebraic skills to geometric concepts for students enrolled in Geometry CP or Geometry H for the 2018-2019 school year.

Students will:

  • review algebra skills needed to succeed in geometry
  • apply algebraic skills to geometric content
  • learn basic geometry vocabulary
  • practice using the tools of geometry such as compasses and protractors
  • implement logic to prove geometric theorems and postulates
  • practice proof writing

Dates: Monday June 25th – Thursday June 28th
and Monday July 3rd– Friday 6th (no class July 4th)
Times: 10:15am-12:15pm (total of 16 hours)
Instructor: Mrs. Jeanine Antonios
Room: 205
Cost: $300.00

(offered to those students who have completed Algebra I )

The topics for Algebra Review will include:

  • Solving Equations and inequalities
  • Graphing equations and inequalities
  • Exponents and polynomials
  • Factoring and applications
  • Rational expressions & applications
  • Systems of linear equations & inequalities
  • Roots, radicals and complex numbers
  • Quadratic equations and functions


Dates: Monday June 25th – Thursday June 28th
and Monday July 3rd– Friday 6th (no class July 4th)
Times: 8:00am-10:00am (total of 16 hours)
Instructor: Mr. David Quesnell
Room: 202
Cost: $300.00

(Offered to those students who have completed Pre-Calculus)

This class is designed to prepare and give students a jump start on Calculus. The class will begin with honing in on the advanced algebra and trigonometry skills that are essential to being successful in Calculus. The class also includes the introductory topics that the student will encounter in the Calculus class.

Topics will include:

  • Rational Expressions
  • Factoring Rational Exponents
  • Rationalizing the denominator and Numerator
  • Exponential and Logarithmic functions
  • Trigonometric Identities
  • Limits
  • Continuity
  • Instantaneous Rates of Change

SESSION I

Dates: Monday June 25th - Thursday June 28th
Times: 8:00am - 10:00am (total of 8hours)
Instructor: Mrs. Maureen Arsenault
Room: 203 Computer Lab
Cost:$200.00

SESSION II

Dates: Monday June 25th - Thursday June 28th
Times: 10:15am -12:15pm (total of 8 hours)
Instructor: Mrs. Maureen Arsenault
Room: 203 (Computer Lab)
Cost: $200.00

SESSION III

Dates: Monday July 2rd — Friday July 6th (No Class on July 4th)
Times: 8:00am - 10:00am (total of 8 hours)
Instructor: Mrs. Maureen Arsenault
Room: 203 (Computer Lab)
Cost: $200.00

This class is offered to those students who will be Seniors in the fall.

Why wait until September to start your college essay? Use the College Essay Prep. Class to create drafts and receive guidance in the preparation of one of your most important writing assignments.

SESSION I

Dates: Monday June 25th - Thursday June 28th
Times: 10:15am - 12:15pm (total of 8hours)
Instructor: Ms. Kathleen Maloney
Room: 209A
Cost:$200.00

SESSION II

Dates: Monday July 2rd - Friday July 6th (no class July 4th)
Times: 10:15am -12:15pm (total of 8 hours)
Instructor: Ms. Kathleen Maloney
Room: 209A
Cost: $200.00

This class is offered to those students who will be Seniors in the fall.

This workshop will provide instruction and assistance in completing 4 major tasks in the College Application process:

  1. Completing the Common Application (accepted by over 750 colleges)
  2. Completing College-specific Applications for colleges that require them
  3. Creating the Activities Resume to highlight your involvement and achievement throughout high school. This Resume can often set you apart from other applicants - increasing your chances of admission, as well as accentuate your qualifications for possible scholarship money.
  4. Guidance on organizing your process in order to not miss any steps or important deadlines and decrease stress!

Remember: Everything you accomplish over the summer means less you have to do in the Fall of your Senior Year!

Dates: Monday June 25th - Thursday June 28th
and Monday July 2nd - Friday July 8th (no class July 4th)
Times: 8:00am - 10:00am (total of 16 hours)
Instructor: Mrs. Denise Howe
Room: Learning Commons
Cost: $300.00

This class is offered to those students who will be Juniors and Seniors in the fall.

This course is designed to prepare students for the Reading and Writing/Language sections of the New SAT. The course will focus on teaching students the format of the test and will provide strategies, daily mini-lessons, and practice for questions on critical reading, sentence completion, grammar, usage, and writing.

Dates: Monday June 25th - Thursday June 28th
and Monday July 2nd - Friday July 8th (no class July 4th)
Times: 8:00am - 10:00am (total of 16 hours)
Instructor: Mrs. Monica Ortega
Room: 209
Cost: $300.00

This class is offered to those students who will be Juniors and Seniors in the fall.

This course is designed to introduce the basics of business, marketing, and entrepreneurship to students interested in building their own brand. Students will work on developing a plan to create their own businesses that includes the financial, marketing, human resource, product design, and production. Creativity coupled with practical application of business skills will produce a proposition for a brand new company designed by the student.

Dates: Monday June 25th - Thursday June 28th
and Monday July 2nd - Friday July 8th (no class July 4th)
Times: 10:15am - 12:15pm (total of 16 hours)
Instructor: Mr. Austin Alterio
Room: 102
Cost: $300.00

This class scratches the surface of a wide variety of animation techniques and styles. The primary focus of this Animation course is to introduce students to Adobe After Effects and to get them thinking about the many different animation styles/technique that is available to them through the software. By the end of this course, students will have a fundamental understanding of the program and they will be able to create their own motion graphics. Laptops will be provided and no prior experience with any adobe program is necessary.


Dates: Monday June 25th – Thursday June 28th
and Monday July 3rd– Friday 6th (no class July 4th)
Times: 10:15am-12:15pm (total of 16 hours)
Instructor: Mr. David Quesnell
Room: Learning Commons
Cost: $300.00

(Pre-Requisite: Offered to those students who have completed Algebra II.)

This class is designed to prepare students for the math section of the NEW SAT. In addition to reviewing topics from pre-algebra, algebra, and geometry, students will become familiar with the format of the SAT and test- taking strategies. The course will model the SAT with practice exams in both sections with and without the use of the graphing calculator. The course will use similar practice problems that the students will encounter on the SAT.