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    Harold Price

    Brookline Summer School

    June 29-August 5
    Classes: 9-11am and 11am-1pm
    Tuitions vary by class.
    Catalogue: Brookline Summer School Catalogue
    Online Registration:

    BHS Summer School offers many review and enrichment courses that are available to rising 6th-9th graders, as well as credit earning electives for rising 9th graders! Courses are offered to all Brookline students and non residents. Take a class with a friend from another school!

    Here are some of the courses available:

    BHS Transition: One Up
    **One-Up is a week-long intensive program with the purpose of helping students to gain a better understanding of the culture of Brookline High School and to help smooth the transition from 8th grade to freshman year. The course will consist of a mixture of class discussions, activities, and role-playing that will familiarize students with BHS culture. Students learn the geography of BHS through tours and scavenger hunts. Students will review their class schedules and become familiar with the academic and social support that BHS offers. A fun, informative week for all!**

    Enrichment/Review classes: Reading, Writing, Math, and Science, Geometry Honors Preview

    ELL classes: Beginner and Intermediate

    Elective Classes: World Cuisine, Digital Arts/Computer Design, Photography, Drawing, Art Studio, World of Money, Spanish Independent Study, and Life-Time Activities.
    **Rising 9th graders CAN take electives for BHS credit which will count toward their graduation requirements (excluding Life-Time Activities)**

    Original Credit Courses: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, US History, Spanish
    **Guidance counselor, Dean, and Department Head recommendations are necessary prior to enrollment**

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