SUMMER SCHOOL

 

TCHS summer school is an opportunity for students to work ahead on earning credit towards meeting high school graduation requirements. It might open up a window for picking up a class the following year that they wouldn’t be able to take otherwise, or it would give them a needed study hall during a particular challenging semester when they otherwise would not have one. Completing a full semester in three weeks means that a great deal is covered daily, but teachers also have more flexibility to create lessons that look and feel different without the interruption of bells. Students should figure on daily homework outside of class. Of course, students do have breaks during each session, but the teacher can schedule those breaks at logical times during the course of that day’s lesson.

Course offerings are dependent on teacher availability. Summer school does not have a long history at TCHS, but thus far it has been offered during the three weeks immediately following the end of semester 2.

Summer School 2017 Course Offerings

Freshman:

  • PE9 / Health (AM class) *An additional $20 fee for CPR certification will be applied to your May 1 payment.
  • Computer Applications (PM class)

Sophomores:

  • English 10 Modern Communication
  • Game Art Design

Juniors

  • Reformed Perspectives/Ethics
  • Game Art Design

Seniors

  • Government
  • Game Art Design

Freshmen – Seniors

  • Photography (0.5 Credits)
    This is an intro to photography class with a special emphasis on story portraits. Students will learn to take portraits in different environments and different lighting scenarios with an editorial approach. Class will meet weekdays beginning Tuesday, May 30 and end on Friday, June 16. This class is an AM class only and will meet from 8 AM – 12:30 PM. Parents should email Barb Huizenga in the high school office to enroll their student huizenga@timothychristian.com Class fee is $350 and will be charged to your FACTS account. Note: This class is being offered in addition to Photo 1 and Photo 2. Students may still take Photo 1 and Photo 2 after the completion of this class, or enroll in this class with or without previous photography classwork.