Summer Academics

The Summer Program at Bishop Lynch offers a variety of classes, including required and elective courses. Each course offered is the equivalent of a one-semester course (one-half credit) during the regular school year. Students are only allowed to earn a maximum of one credit each summer. Students will not be allowed to register for summer school until they have completed the online registration for the 2022-2023 school year. Tuition for each class is $525. Summer school registration must be completed online and will be available beginning March 1, 2023 at noon. Students are only allowed ONE absence during the duration of the summer program.

Students must complete their 2023-2024 re-enrollment before being able to register for summer school
  1. Communication Applications (Speech)
  2. Health
  1. Government - Class of 2024 
  2. Economics - Class of 2024 or 2025
  3. Computer Applications
  4. Office Application

2022 Friar Readiness Program

JUNE 6-16, 2022
Week 1: June 6-10 | Week 2: June 13-16
Get ready to make the jump to high school with the Friar Readiness Program. This new summer program is designed to ease the transition to high school and prepare students for academic success. The Friar Readiness Program is designed for students who have been identified by test results and educational record to have a need for the support of the Essentials Math and/or English classes at Bishop Lynch. The Admissions Committee will require these accepted students to complete the program’s course(s) to assist with their preparedness for their freshman year. A placement test will be given on the final day of the Friar Readiness Program to validate math and/or English course placement for the fall semester.

Besides the math and English subject instruction, each course will include assistance with BL’s Blackboard student management system. This summer tech help will be instrumental in giving students the preparedness – and the confidence – to succeed.

Students will be required to bring a laptop each day.

Session I: 8:30 AM -10 AM
Session II: 10:30 AM - 12 PM

Classes will be held in person and all BL Covid-19 health and safety protocols will be followed. Students will be required to attend all 9 days of class to ensure their course placement status to BL in the fall.

Each class is 1.5 hours in length. The classes are taught by Bishop Lynch faculty members. The tuition for the program is $200 for one course and $300 for both.
Summer Academic Math/Reading Assignment Questions

Contact your Guidance Counselor.


The Summer Math Assignments are great ways to review math skills students have gained in previous math courses, as well as prepare them for the work ahead of them. Students are required to complete the Summer Math Assignment that corresponds to the course they are enrolled in for the fall semester. Summer Math Assignments will be due on the second day of classes, August 11 &12. Please direct any questions to


While there will not be an official common book required for each grade level, below is a recommended book list that we encourage students to explore over the course of the summer. These high-interest books provide valuable literary merit and promote the continuation of vocabulary expansion and reading comprehension skills.

Bishop Lynch Suggested Summer Reading Lists


Driver’s Education is offered during the Summer at Bishop Lynch. The Summer Session begins June 6 with classroom instruction for 2 hours a day for 3 weeks. The classroom phase consists of 32 hours, with an additional 14 hours of Behind the Wheel beginning after the classroom phase is over. In addition, there will be one day that instruction will take place on Saturday. This date will be determined once classroom instruction has begun.

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Faithful to Catholic Tradition and to our Dominican heritage of scholarship and service, Bishop Lynch High School promotes the development of the total person by bringing together a diverse community in a rigorous, college preparatory environment where students are taught to strive for excellence, seek truth, and work for justice in the world. - Founded in 1963