Summer Academics

Summer Program

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 current school year. Tuition for each class is $425. Summer school registration must be completed online and will be available beginning February. 

Students are only allowed ONE absence during the duration of the summer program. Students must have completed the re-enrollment process.

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  • Class Schedule

    The dates for summer school are June 6 - June 28.
    • Week 1: Wednesday-Friday
    • Week 2: Monday-Friday
    • Week 3 & 4: Monday-Thursday
    Session I is scheduled from 7:00 am - 10:45 am
    Session II is scheduled from 11:00 am - 2:45 pm
  • Credit Recovery

    If a student needs to make up an academic deficiency and the summer school course is offered at Bishop Lynch, a student must take the course at Bishop Lynch. Successful completion of the summer school course results in the student receiving credit for the course. Grades in summer courses taken to clear deficiencies are not averaged into the GPA. Grades in courses taken for credit in advance are included in the determination of the GPA. Course offerings and schedules for the summer will be available mid-May. A parent login must be used to register for credit recovery.
  • Online Courses

    • Class of 2019 (Max 24)
    Computer Applications
    • Class of 2019-21 (Max 30)
    Office Applications
    • Class of 2019-21 (Max 30)
    AP/Advanced Economics
    • Class of 2019-20 (Max 20)
  • Session I - 7:00 am - 10:45 am

    Communication Applications
    • All Classification Levels (Max 18)
    • All Classification Levels (Max 24)
    • All Classification Levels - (Max 20)
  • Session II - 11:00 am - 2:45 pm

    Communication Applications
    • All Classification Levels (Max 18)
    Computer Applications
    • All Classification Levels (Max 20)

Summer Enrichment Program

The Summer Enrichment Program at Bishop Lynch is designed for those students who have been identified by their 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 not corrected, these issues may cause a student to have a difficult freshman year. 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 a 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. 

Classroom textbooks are provided.

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  • Class Schedule - June 6 - June 28, 2018

    The Summer Enrichment Program offers classes in English and Math. A student may be placed in one or both depending on his or her skill level. Each class is 2-1/2 hours in length.

    • Week 1 classes are in session Wednesday through Friday
    • Week 2: Monday through Friday
    • Week 3 & 4: Monday through Thursday
    • Session I begins at 7:30 am
    • 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 summer program
  • Tuition

    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, to strengthen skills. Students will not be allowed to register for Summer Enrichment until they have completed the online registration for the 2018-2019 school year. Summer Enrichment registration must be completed online and will be available beginning March 21, 2018. Registration deadline is May 4, 2018.
  • Admission Decisions

    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:
    1. 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.

    2. The applicant continues to need the support of a slower pace and would benefit from placement in essentials level Math and/or English.

    3. 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.

Drivers Education

Driver’s Education is offered during the Summer at Bishop Lynch. The Summer Session begins June 4, 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.

For more detailed information, please see the Driver's Education webpage.

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  • Cost

    The total cost for the course is $500.00.

For More Info:

Randy Becker - Assistant Principal of Academic Affairs
214-324-3607 ext. 4105

Summer Assignment

Reading Summer Assignment
*Common book for all grade levels


Edition: 2014
Author: Coelho, Paulo
ISBN10: 0-06-231500-5
MBS Direct SKU #: 1762292
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers

Math Summer Assignment
Algebra I and Geometry students will complete a summer review worksheet over the summer. Students who complete the Math Summer Enrichment program will be exempt from the review worksheet. The Algebra I worksheet can be found here and the Geometry worksheet can be found here. Each review worksheet will come with videos that students can watch to help them review topics. Both worksheets will be due on August 16th  and 17th, the second day of class.

Contact Amy Duke for questions over math assignments.