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Summer School Registration for Credit Recovery and Dual Credit Now Open!

Summer School Opportunities

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Session 1* – May 23rd – June 13th

(School Holiday -  May 30th)

Session 2* – June 14th – July 6th

(School Holidays -  June 19th and July 4th)

*DUAL CREDIT MEETS FROM MAY 23rd TO JULY 6th  [MAY 30th, JUNE 16th, and JULY 4th -- SCHOOL HOLIDAYS]


Credit Recovery Options:

APEX - CLICK HER TO SIGN UP FOR APEX

APEX Credit Recovery -  Session 1 & 2 (Hybrid)

Time:   7:30 AM  - 12:30 PM

Location: ZBTHS Room 358

Course Description:  Students will work in a self-paced program called APEX.  Students may come into school to get the structure and teacher supervision.  If students/families choose, students will be allowed to work remotely to complete the class(es).  HOWEVER, students that are not making daily progress will be contacted by the teacher to keep working, or the program will be locked.  At that point, students would be required to come in person to unlock and complete the course.   There will be Math Support and Bilingual Supports as needed.


DUAL Credit Options:

Get ahead and earn college credit over the summer!  Choose one or both classes that will likely transfer to most 4-year colleges!

$55 Per Class - Payable ONLINE, or at the New Tech Main Office.  Payment reserves your seat in the course.

 

MTH 141: Quantitative Literacy (Class of 2023 only)

Time: 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, AND Thursday)

Location: In-person @ ZBTHS (Room to be determined)

Course Description:  3 Hours - This course develops conceptual understanding in several areas, including: representing and analyzing data through such statistical measures as central tendency, dispersion, normal distribution, and correlation and regression; using logical statements and arguments in a real-world context; estimating, approximating and judging the reasonableness of answers, graphing and using polynomial functions and systems of equations in the interpretation and solution of problems; and selecting and using appropraiate approaches and tools in formulating and involving real-world problems.  A specific graphing calculator is required for this course.

To enroll in the Math 141 Course, students must have met one of the following:

-36 or higher on the CLC ALEKS Math Placement Test  (can always retest on their own or at any of the 3 CLC test centers)

-a math score of 530+ on the SAT (or a score of 530+ on the PSAT/NMSQT from October 2021)

-Have a 3.0 unweighted GPA at the end of this semester (This applies to the Class of 2023 ONLY!)

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CMM 121: Fundamentals of Speech (Class of 2023 and 2024)

Time: 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, AND Thursday)

Location: In-person @ ZBTHS (Room to be determined)

Course Description:  3 Hours - For students interested in improving their oral communication competency.  This course combines a theoretical basis with practical verbal and nonverbal skills to enhance public speaking effectiveness.  Students learn how to develop, research, organize, adapt, deliver, and critique messages.

To enroll in the Communications 121 Course, students must have met one of the following:

-college and career readiness status on the CLC DSP Placement Test (can always retest on their own or at any of the 3 CLC test centers)

-470+ on the Reading and Writing section of the SAT (or PSAT/NMSQT from October 2021)

-Have a 3.0 unweighted GPA at the end of this semester (This applies to the Class of 2023 ONLY!)