Welcome to the 2015 BC High Summer Programs information page! This year, we are offering Sports Clinics
, the Strength and Conditioning Program
, Enrichment Courses
and a Remedial Program
. Please check the availablilty of the course in the registration form. If you have any questions, please visit our FAQ page or contact the Director of Remedial Summer School, John Lynch at (617) 474-5180 or at email@example.com.
Thank you for your interest.
For entering grades 6-11
Our Academic program offers enrichment, remedial, and standardized test preparation classes for girls and boys entering grades 6-11. Our enrichment classes run for either 3 or 6 weeks depending on the class. The remedial classes, which are intended for students who did not meet their school's minimum grade requirements, meet for 5 weeks. The ACT classes run for three weeks. ISEE and SSAT classes each run for three weeks. For a detailed description and schedule of our enrichment and test preparation classes, click here. For details about our remedial classes, click here.
For entering grades 6-11
Our sports clinics focus on the development of the individual athlete in his/her specific sport. Small group sessions assure that each player receives personalized instruction in all aspects of the game. The goal is to teach the fundamentals that will allow each player to achieve personal excellence and a better understanding of and appreciation for the game. The clinics are designed for players of all ability levels, and the program of instruction is intended to target specific skills and to promote improvement at every level. For more information on the sports camp dates and rates, click here
Virtual Reality, Minecraft and Scratch Summer Camp
For entering grades 4-7
During this two week summer camp students will: 1) Use fun and easy-to-use programming tools to express themselves creativity as they learn the fundamentals of coding, 2) Use Minecraft to develop logical thinking and problem solving skills while creatively expressing themselves through 3D artistry, design and architecture, and 3) Create their very own Virtual Reality (VR) headset as they explore the fundamentals of VR and 3D computer graphics.
To register for a remedial course please use the Remedial Registration Form and mail it with the tuition to the attention of John Lynch at:
Boston College High School
150 Morrissey Boulevard
Boston, MA 02125
|Registration begins March 31, 2015 and ends June 6, 2015.|