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Grades 9-12

Summer 2020 Camps

Park Tudor offers for-credit and not-for-credit classes for high school students entering grades 9-12 in Fall 2020.

Please note: All 9-12 summer classes will be offered via eLearning.

2020 9-12 Camps

9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Monday-Friday, June 8-26 (3-week course)
$910
1.5 credit
Instructor: Ms. Laura Gellin

The Wellness & Communication course is a new offering for summer 2020 that fulfills both the Health and Speech requirements of Upper School students.  This interdisciplinary, project-based course will help students develop their speaking and listening skills while they explore the lifelong benefits of health and well-being.  Students will engage in a range of activities, from experiencing stress-relieving strategies first-hand to debating solutions to a public health issue.  Collaborative and independent projects/presentations will allow students to bring their own interests and strengths to the course.  

 

 

 

1:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Monday-Friday, June 1-19 (3-week course)
$450
1/2 credit
Instructor: Mr. Pumphrey

This important course helps students plan for a healthy life through authentic team and individual projects applicable to the unique lifestyles of teenagers. Students should expect to learn about nutrition and fitness, social and emotional health, and facts about communicable diseases and substance abuse. All course-work is designed to provide students with information necessary to make responsible informed choices throughout their lives.

*Park Tudor students may earn 0.5 PT credit for this class. Daily attendance is mandatory.

  • Week 5: July 6-10
  • Week 6: July 13-17
  • Week 7: July 20-24

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Monday-Friday, July 6-24 (3-week course)
$460
1 credit
Instructor: Mr. Smith

This course was designed to improve communication skills and self-confidence. Students will gain skills in organization and vocabulary development as they participate in a variety of public-speaking exercises intended for them to find their individual speaking styles. Practical application exercises may include experiences in: persuasion, information, demonstration, and entertainment speeches; and debate and video news casting. Students’ speeches are often videotaped for study. This course may include quizzes and tests, as well as graded outlines and additional written work.

*Park Tudor students may earn 1 PT credit for this class. Daily attendance is mandatory.

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Monday-Friday, June 8-26 (3-week course)
$460
1 credit
Instructor: Ms. Cleveland

This course was designed to improve communication skills and self-confidence. Students will gain skills in organization and vocabulary development as they participate in a variety of public-speaking exercises intended for them to find their individual speaking styles. Practical application exercises may include experiences in: persuasion, information, demonstration, and entertainment speeches; and debate and video news casting. Students’ speeches are often videotaped for study. This course may include quizzes and tests, as well as graded outlines and additional written work.

*Park Tudor students may earn 1 PT credit for this class. Daily attendance is mandatory.

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Monday-Friday, June 1-19 (3-week course)
$460
1 credit
Instructor: Mrs. Rogers

This course was designed to improve communication skills and self-confidence. Students will gain skills in organization and vocabulary development as they participate in a variety of public-speaking exercises intended for them to find their individual speaking styles. Practical application exercises may include experiences in: persuasion, information, demonstration, and entertainment speeches; and debate and video news casting. Students’ speeches are often videotaped for study. This course may include quizzes and tests, as well as graded outlines and additional written work.

*Park Tudor students may earn 1 PT credit for this class. Daily attendance is mandatory.

  • Week 6: July 13-17
  • Week 7: July 20-24

1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
$175
1-week course
Instructor: Joe Fumusa

Isn’t senior year too busy as it is? Give yourself a head start and work on your essays for your college applications this summer! During this seminar, we will take a look at the types of essays that colleges require, critically evaluate successful examples of essays (and those not so successful), and write and edit several college essays (from the questions on the Common Application) that you will have ready for the fall. We will review the components of an outstanding essay – especially the unique strengths and talents you would bring to various schools. Finally, we will peruse college websites and examine their cultures to gain further insight for your work. A college admissions representative will also visit to share thoughts on the entire admissions process and the role the college essay plays in that process.

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Monday-Friday, June 1-19 (3-week course)
$450
1/2 credit
Instructor: Mr. Pumphrey

This important course helps students plan for a healthy life through authentic team and individual projects applicable to the unique lifestyles of teenagers. Students should expect to learn about nutrition and fitness, social and emotional health, and facts about communicable diseases and substance abuse. All course-work is designed to provide students with information necessary to make responsible informed choices throughout their lives.

*Park Tudor students may earn 0.5 PT credit for this class. Daily attendance is mandatory.

  • Week 5: July 6-10
  • Week 6: July 13-17
  • Week 7: July 20-24

1:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Monday-Friday, July 6-24 (3-week course)
$450
1/2 credit
Instructor: Mr. McDougal

This important course helps students plan for a healthy life through authentic team and individual projects applicable to the unique lifestyles of teenagers. Students should expect to learn about nutrition and fitness, social and emotional health, and facts about communicable diseases and substance abuse. All course-work is designed to provide students with information necessary to make responsible informed choices throughout their lives.

*Park Tudor students may earn 0.5 PT credit for this class. Daily attendance is mandatory.

1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Monday-Friday, June 8-26 (3-week course)
$450
1/2 credit
Instructor: Mr. McDougal

This important course helps students plan for a healthy life through authentic team and individual projects applicable to the unique lifestyles of teenagers. Students should expect to learn about nutrition and fitness, social and emotional health, and facts about communicable diseases and substance abuse. All course-work is designed to provide students with information necessary to make responsible informed choices throughout their lives.

*Park Tudor students may earn 0.5 PT credit for this class. Daily attendance is mandatory.

1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Monday-Friday, June 1-19 (3-week course)
$460
1 credit
Instructor: Mrs. Rogers

This course was designed to improve communication skills and self-confidence. Students will gain skills in organization and vocabulary development as they participate in a variety of public-speaking exercises intended for them to find their individual speaking styles. Practical application exercises may include experiences in: persuasion, information, demonstration, and entertainment speeches; and debate and video news casting. Students’ speeches are often videotaped for study. This course may include quizzes and tests, as well as graded outlines and additional written work.

*Park Tudor students may earn 1 PT credit for this class. Daily attendance is mandatory.

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Monday-Friday, June 1-19 (3-week course)
$460
1 credit
Instructor: Mr. Fumusa

This course was designed to improve communication skills and self-confidence. Students will gain skills in organization and vocabulary development as they participate in a variety of public-speaking exercises intended for them to find their individual speaking styles. Practical application exercises may include experiences in: persuasion, information, demonstration, and entertainment speeches; and debate and video news casting. Students’ speeches are often videotaped for study. This course may include quizzes and tests, as well as graded outlines and additional written work.

*Park Tudor students may earn 1 PT credit for this class. Daily attendance is mandatory.