Summer on Bayshore - High School

The Academy is offering a full-credit Geometry course for those students who want the opportunity to take a higher-level math course in their senior year. Also offered are an Algebra I and an Algebra II prep class. Please see the descriptions and dates of the classes below. Courses are only available to current/new AHN students.

Algebra Preparation

July 23 – August 3, Monday - Friday
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Instructor TBA
$300

This course is a two-week course for incoming freshmen who have been placed in Algebra 1. The class emphasizes number sense and quantitative reasoning while also practicing skills for Algebra 1 success, such as simplifying and evaluating expressions, solving equations, and the concept of slope.

Algebra II Preparation (current AHN students enrolled in Algebra 2 for fall)

July 23 – August 3, Monday - Friday
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Instructor TBA
$300

This course is intended for students who are currently enrolled in Geometry or Geometry Honors to review topics from Algebra 1 to prepare for Algebra 2. Topics to include, but are not limited to, factoring, addition/subtraction/multiplication/division of polynomials, radicals and radical equations, rules of exponents including rational exponents, and quadratic functions.

Adventuring to Algebra II

July 9 - August 3, Monday - Thursday (4 weeks)
12:30 - 3:00 p.m.
Instructor TBA
$300

This course is designed to prepare students to transition from Algebra I to Algebra II. The topics and rigor are meant to solidify Algebra I standards as students are introduced to the basics of Algebra II. If a student does not score well on the placement exam, she will be asked to either register for this course or take Algebra I for credit during the school year.

If after the placement exam you were instructed to take just two weeks of the Algebra course, it will be the last two weeks and the fee is $150.

*This course is not for credit.

Clear the Clutter and Get Ready for High School

June 18-22
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Dr. Julie Omodio-Griess, high school learning resource specialist
$160

Being organized is an essential skill that has positive results in areas such as study habits, time management, test-taking strategies and goal setting. Learn how to organize your day to see the benefits across all areas and help you start your freshman year off on the right foot!

This course is offered to students with support plans.

Geometry/Trig Credit Class

June 18 - June 29, July 9 - August 3, August 6 - August 7

Monday - Friday in June and August; Monday – Thursday in July (no class meetings the week of July 2nd)
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Instructor TBA
$700

For rising sophomores who are completing Algebra I or for incoming freshmen who have an Algebra II placement.

This course emphasizes critical thinking involving the discovery of geometric relationships and applying deductive reasoning skills to proofs of theorems. Content includes logic and reasoning, the study of Euclidean Geometry of lines, planes, angles, triangles, similarity, congruence, geometric inequalities, polygons, and circles, area and volume and trigonometry.

*Students may not miss more than 4 classes in order to receive credit.

*This course is for credit, will be reflected on the student's transcript and included in her GPA.

Success Skills and College Prep

Week 4 (July 9 - 13)
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. OR
1:00-4:00 p.m.
Rising 9th and 10th graders
Emily Pantelis, high school personal counselor
$160

This course is meant for students who are newer to the Academy High School and are looking for ways to navigate through their classes. We will work on skills like prioritization, time management, organization, note-taking, communicating with both peers and teachers, and more. All of these skills are essential to success in the high school environment. Students will also have the opportunity to talk with upper-class women in an open forum setting to ask questions about the transition to Academy and what to look forward to over the next few years.