Marist High School has significantly increased its summer academic program with new opportunities for credit and non-credit courses.
There are a variety of courses for students wishing to gain initial credit for academic classes. This can free up academic time during the regular school year for other courses or allow students time to focus on material in the summer with fewer academic obligations in other classes. Marist faculty members will instruct all classes.
Credit courses being offered include Health, Astronomy, Introduction to Digital Media, Drawing and Painting 1 and 2, Robotics, Broadcasting, Western Civilization, Forensics, Environmental Science, and Speech. Course descriptions, dates, times, and costs can be found in the course guidebook.
Additionally, non-credit courses will be offered. These provide enrichment opportunities for students. Writing at an Advanced Level, Fundamental Writing for Freshmen, Student Success Workshop, Spanish 1 Fundamentals for Spanish 2 Success, and Fundamentals for Honors Math Success will help students build skills to apply in future courses. These courses are also outlined in the course guidebook.
These courses are offered in addition to credit recovery options and the summer Marcellin Program for incoming freshmen.
Freshmen should register here for all options, while sophomores, juniors, and seniors can find registration details here. Registration closes on April 30, 2021. For more information about this program, contact the School Counseling Department at 773-881-5309 or via email.