Holy Cross Summer Online Academy
With the health and safety of our community at the forefront of all that we do during this time, Holy Cross is proud to offer summer and enrichment courses through our Holy Cross Summer Online Academy. Please see the details below about this year's offerings.
Which courses will be offered?
- Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, College Algebra, Statistics, Pre-Calculus & Calculus
- English I, English II, English III, English IV
- World Geography, World History, US History, Government, Economics
- Spanish I, Spanish II & Spanish III
- Biology, Chemistry, Physics & Environmental Systems
- Fine Arts (Art and Music Appreciation)
- Math and English Enrichment Courses
- Theology Courses (for Catholic School students)
- Foundations of Personal Fitness (PE)
- Dates: We will have rolling enrollments beginning April 16 until July 1.
- Prices: Each half credit of a high school course is $200 and each middle school enrichment class is $150
- Official Enrollment Status: Students are not officially enrolled until payment and registration form are received for classes.
- Registration Forms:
- First day classes are offered: June 7
- Last day of classes will be offered is July 30
- Last day to enroll for any class is July 1
What can a family expect?
- Real-time Google Meet "office hours" with your student's teacher
- It is highly recommended that your student logs into the online session to ask questions and seek any clarifications that are needed
- Teachers available by email between 10am and 4pm
- Steady and purposeful contact with teachers
- Assignments that have specific deadlines and monitoring points
- Teachers checking in with students via email, Google conferences, and phone
- Clear and honest communication with teachers and administrators
- Once students have successfully completed their course(s) they will have earned the credit for said course(s)
What should teachers expect?
- Students checking email throughout the day
- Students to adhere to the established timelines that are set forth for each course
- Students to show up to Google Office Hours in order to get their questions answered
- Emails from students and/or parents at the first sign that there are any extenuating circumstances that will prevent a student from completing an assignment by the established deadline.
If a student's intent is to take courses for advancement in their graduation plan, it is the family's responsibility to meet with their campus counselor and verify that their course will be accepted for advancement purposes. Holy Cross Summer Online Academy is not responsible, nor will be held liable, for such assurances that a school will accept a course for advancement purposes.
If you should have any questions, please contact Richard Vasquez, Dean of Academics, by clicking here