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The Summer Enrichment Program at Bishop Lynch is designed for students who have been identified by the ISEE test results and educational record to have a need for additional preparation before entering high school-level Math and/or English. The curriculum is focused on identifying problem areas that need to be addressed. If your child has a weaker ability in Math and/or English skills, the Admissions Committee will require that your student successfully complete the Summer Enrichment Program, with an average of at least 75%, in order to be admitted to the freshman class. Summer Enrichment is used as a tool to aid in placement for courses in the fall.
All BL COVID-19 health and safety protocols (including masking) will be followed. For classes that meet in-person, in-person learning is the only option. Blended synchronous learning will not be offered.
(All classes will be held in person.)
The Summer Enrichment Program offers classes in English and Math. Each class is 2.5 hours in length. Session I begins at 7:30 AM and Session II begins at 10:30 AM. The classes are taught by Bishop Lynch faculty members. Students are only allowed ONE absence during the duration of the program.
Tuition for Summer Enrichment is $200 for one course and $300 for both. If the student is not required to take both courses, he/she may enroll voluntarily, provided that space is available. Students will not be allowed to register for Summer Enrichment until they have completed the online registration for the 2021-2022 school year. Summer Enrichment registration must be completed online and will be available beginning March 24, 2021. The registration deadline is May 1, 2021.
At the end of the Summer Enrichment Program, the Admissions Committee will meet with the teachers and administrators involved in the program to assess each student’s progress. Based on the student’s performance, one of the following decisions will be made:
- The applicant was very successful, maintaining an average of 90% or better for the entire course of the program. That student may be recommended for regular level classes.
- The applicant continues to need the support of a slower pace and would benefit from placement in essentials level Math and/or English.
- The applicant has not shown that he/she has the ability, effort and/or citizenship needed to succeed at Bishop Lynch and will not be offered admission.