Academic Programs

ADVANCED CREDIT ALGEBRA I

Algebra I. Topics covered are the basic operations with polynomials , equations of one and two variables, lines and their slopes, functions and relations, ratios and percentages and exponents.

Textbook: Algebra I, McDougal/Littell
Grades:  7-11
Dates: June 24-July 26, 8:05am-12:30pm
Tuition: $1,600

ADVANCED CREDIT ALGEBRA II & TRIGONOMETRY

Algebra II & Trigonometry. Reviews the basic concepts of Algebra on a more sophisticated level, including logarithms, exponentials, and conic sections.  The final third of the course is devoted to the study of trigonometry.

Textbook: Algebra II & Trig, McDougal/Littell
Grades: 7-12
Dates: June 24-July 26, 8:05am-12:30pm
Tuition: $1,600

ADVANCED CREDIT GEOMETRY

Geometry.  Introduces properties of lines, planes, triangles, quadrilaterals, and circles. Methods of inductive and deductive reasoning are used in proof of theorems and constructions. The topic of right triangle trigonometry is also introduced.

Textbook: Geometry, McDougal/Littell
Grades: 7-11
Dates: June 24-July 26, 8:05am-12:30pm
Tuition: $1,600

ADVANCED CREDIT PRE-CALCULUS

Pre-Calculus.  Thorough study of graphing methods, as well as development of the theory of functions, logarithmic and exponential equations, sequences and series, trigonometry, and complex numbers.  Elementary concepts of calculus are also discussed. Extensive work is done using the graphing calculator.

Textbook: Graphical, Numerical, Algebraic, Addison Wesley
Grades: 8-12
Dates: June 24-July 26, 8:05am-12:30pm
Tuition: $1,600

ADVANCED CREDIT PHYSICS

Physics.  Designed to introduce the student to fundamental concepts of physics through a combination of computer lab-based learning, demonstration, and  lecture. Topics include mechanics, electricity, and magnetism, waves, optics, and modern physics.

Textbook: Physics Principles and Problems: Glencoe
Grades: 9-12
Dates: June 24-July 26, 8:05am-12:30pm
Tuition: $1,600

SAT/PSAT VERBAL REVIEW

SAT/PSAT Verbal Review:  Two-week (20-hour) course on the principles of standard formal English and vocabulary concentrating on reading comprehension, and test strategies.

Session I (8:05-9:50): June 24 – July 5
Session 2 (10:05-11:50): July 8 – July 19

Grades: 9-12
Tuition per session: $450

SAT/PSAT MATHEMATICS REVIEW

SAT/PSAT Mathematics Review:  Two-week (20 hour) course on the basic mathematical concepts covered in the College Board examinations including problem solving with percentages, algebraic topics, geometry concepts, and test strategies.

Session I (10:05-11:50): June 24 – July 5
Session 2 (8:05-9:50): July 8 – July 19

Grades: 9-12
Tuition per session: $450

ACT REVIEW

ACT Review:  This two-week (20 hour) course will introduce students to the ACT exam. Students will cover the skills needed for the English, Math, Reading and Science sections of the test, and the optional essay.

Session I (8:05-9:50): July 8 – July 19
Session 2 (10:05-11:50): July 8 – July 19

Grades: 9-12
Tuition: 

NOTRE DAME CODING & ROBOTICS EXPERIENCE (ND CORE)

ND Coding and Robotics Experience (ND CORE): ND CORE is a two-week summer computer programming and robotics experience that helps students learn the exciting work of coding with the Finch Robot using Snap! language.  Students also design more tailored scenes and games using the Scratch platform.io-economic backgrounds. ND CORE seeks to engage these very students in rich coding environments that help them develop abstract thinking, pattern generalization, the use of symbol systems and representations and logic to help solve relevant tasks. 

Dates: July 1-12 (except 7/4) Offered 8:05am-9:50am
Grades: 6-8
Tuition: $325

Additional course with ND CORE is Exploring the Living World With Anatomy & Physiology.

NOTRE DAME EXPLORING THE LIVING WORLD WITH ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY

ND Exploring the Living World With Anatomy & Physiology:  The curriculum for this two-week camp focuses on anatomy and physiology during the first week, highlighted by multiple dissections, and discusses the engineering design cycle in the second week, with an Engineering is Elementary investigation and Rube Goldberg machine challenge.

Dates: July 16-26, Offered 8:05am-9:50am
Grades: 6-8
Tuition: $325

WRITING WORKSHOP

Writing Workshop: Encourages students to explore various genres of literature while developing and reinforcing grammar and writing skills. Writing assignments focus on clear and effective use of language to communicate ideas. Students may enroll in this course on a weekly basis for one to five weeks.

Dates: June 24–July 26 Offered 8:05am-9:50am
Grades: 5-7
Tuition: $175 per week or $600 for five weeks (Note: Tuition for the week of July 4 is $140)

MATH CLINIC

Math Clinic:  Math instruction is offered from Pre-Algebra to Calculus for remedial work, math development, preview and advanced math. This is also ideal for students working on test-prep, looking to get a preview of the next math course, or working on weaknesses from previous math courses.  Students are assessed and then guided in a program tailored to their individual needs. Skilled math teachers instruct and supervise students working one-on-one or in small groups. Delbarton will contact the students prior to beginning to learn about what specific topics are to be covered.

Dates: June 24–July 26 • 8:05am-9:50am or 10:05am-11:50am
Grades: 3-12
Tuition: $250 per week (Note: Tuition for the week of July 4 is $200)

PRE-ALGEBRA/ALGEBRA 1 ENRICHMENT

Pre-Algebra/Algebra 1: Five-week course on basic operations with polynomials, equations of one and two variables, lines and their slopes, functions and relations, ratios and percents, and exponents.

Dates: June 24–July 26, 8:05am-9:50am or 10:05am-11:50am
Grades: 6-9
Tuition: $600

STUDY SKILLS

Study Skills:  This two-week course presents an overview of fundamental study skills with emphasis on concentration, time management, and improved reading speed and comprehension. Memory of detail, note taking, test taking, and essay writing are also covered. Students are individually assessed on personal learning style. Offered in the following two-week sessions for grades 6-9.

Session I: June 24 – July 5, 8:05am-9:50am 
Tuition: $325

Session II: July 9 – July 20, 8:05am-9:50am 
Tuition: $325

Grades: 6-9

5TH & 6TH GRADE SUMMER SKILLS SHARPENER

5th and 6th Grade Summer Skills Sharpener:  Sharpen reading and math skills and get a jumpstart on the fall. This student-centered course is designed for youngsters entering Grade 5 and 6. Class time is divided between reinforcing and developing both mathematical skills and reading comprehension. Students may enroll in this course on a weekly basis (one to five weeks).

Dates: June 24 – July 26, 8:05am-9:50am
Grades: 5-6
Tuition: $175 per week (Note: Tuition for the week of July 4 will be $120)

3RD AND 4TH GRADE SUMMER SKILLS SHARPENER

3rd and 4th Grade Summer Skills Sharpener:  Sharpen reading and math skills and get a jumpstart on the fall. This student-centered course is designed for youngsters entering Grade 3 and 4. Class time is divided between reinforcing and developing both mathematical skills and reading comprehension. Students may enroll in this course on a weekly basis (one to five weeks).

Dates: June 24 – July 26, 8:05am-9:50am
Grades: 3-4
Tuition: $175 per week (Note: tuition for the week of July 4 will be $120)