Date: August 5 Time: 8: 00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Grade Level: Rising 9, 10, 11, 12 Instructor: Dr. Lynn Dailey Room: New Albany Intermediate School, Stem Labs 140, 141, 142 Cost: $100 Registration: Click here
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ACT Review Course Content
The five subject areas on the ACT test will be reviewed: Math, Reading, Science Reasoning, English, and Writing. Considerable attention will be given to Math and English skills. Students will receive an ACT Review course book along with memorization sheets and worksheets. These materials give examples and explanations; they have over 1500 drills for students to work. Much of the information presented in this book can also be utilized to excel on the SAT.
Credible Instructor. Unlike most test preparation providers, our course is taught by a tenured Capital University professor, Dr. Lynn Dailey. Lynn holds the prestigious Moor Endowed Chair for excellence in teaching and scholarship and excels on the ACT test.
August 5, 2019 ACT Review class 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at New Albany Intermediate/STEM Labs (140, 141, 142) to prepare for the September 14th ACT Test.
Students should bring a SACK LUNCH and SNACKS for the day. Students will NOT be permitted to leave campus for lunch.
Students should bring a calculator, pen/pencil, and notebook to class. Students are given 15 - 20 hours of homework. Prior to the national ACT Test, students should complete ALL of this homework.
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Date: June 24-27 Time: 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. (12 hours total instruction) Grade Level: Rising 9, 10, 11, 12 Instructor: Brian Stewart Deadline for Registration: June 14 Cost: $315.Includes workbook. Students will just need to bring a calculator and a pen/pencil. Registration:Click Here
Brian Stewart, President of BWS Education Consulting, is delighted to personally teach a PSAT/SAT test preparation class for New Albany students this summer. Brian is the best-selling author of Barron’s ACT, Barron’s Strategies and Practice for the PSAT/NMSQT, Barron’s Reading Workbook for the SAT, Barron’s PSAT/NMSQT 1520, and a co-author Barron’s SAT and Barron’s PSAT/NMSQT.
The students of BWS Education have scored as high as perfects on both the ACT and the SAT, and have improved their scores by as many as 12 points on the ACT composite and 330 points on the SAT composite. You can find comprehensive information about our tutoring and class programs, including testimonials, at: www.BWSEducationConsulting.com
What does it cover? The course will cover the key academic content and important test-taking strategies that students need for success on the PSAT/NMSQT in the fall of junior year. The PSAT/NMSQT determines eligibility for National Merit scholarships and recognition. This workshop will also help students taking the SAT, since the SAT and PSAT are nearly identical tests.
Performances: Friday, July 19, Saturday, July 20, Sunday, July 21
Grades: Rising 9, 10, 11, 12 in 2019-2020
Times of Class: TBD
Spots: 20 min and 45 max
Room: McCoy Center for the Arts: Mershad Hall & Scene Shop
Instructors: Elliott Lemberg, Regina Morlan, and Jessica Whitehead Registration: Click Here
Students will study the process of developing a theatrical production for public performance through a hands-on experience working on the New Albany High School Theatre Department’s summer show.
Based on their area of interest, each student would fill an essential position on the production including but not limited to: actors, assistant directors, crew members, designers for costumes, lights, props, scenery/sets, and sound, lighting/soundboard operators, stage managers, etc.
Students also would have the opportunity to collaborate with professional theatrical performers and technicians who would be brought in as guest artists by the Theatre Department. The class meetings for the course are the rehearsals for production. Assignments and assessments are based on the specific role students are fulfilling on the production.
The course provides students with a unique opportunity to critically collaborate on and engage in an experience beyond the traditional walls of a classroom where their efforts and skills will be placed to the ultimate test: public performance. Topics/units might include: Conceptualizing a Production, Collaboration (e.g. Actor and Director, Designer and Director, etc.), Publicity, Selecting Shows for Performance, Scheduling, and Theatre Management (Budgets, Ticket Sales, etc.).
NOTE: Times are subject to change.
Senior Seminar Summer Institute (SSSI)
SENIOR SEMINAR SUMMER INSTITUTE (SSSI)
Regular or Blended options available
Begin Summer 2019
Project Completed August 2019
Students MUST register for the Summer Institute PRIOR to beginning the course.
*No required Senior Seminar classes during the school year
APEX Credit Recovery
Prerequisite: Must have previously failed course Credit: Repeat 1 Credit Grade Level: Rising 10, 11, 12 Length: 3 weeks Dates: June 5-July 3 Time: 8:30am-12:30pm| Fee: $250 Room: New Albany High School, Room TBD Instructors: New Albany Staff Contact: Amy Warren @ firstname.lastname@example.org Registration: Click Here
Students who have failed a core-course may be eligible for summer credit recovery through APEX online courses. These are online courses offered in a computer lab, monitored by a certified teacher who can provide coaching and technical support. All students who register for APEX online credit recovery must attend the lab daily until the course is completed. Practice exercises can be done online at home, but all tests, quizzes, and exams must be taken in the lab.
Limited to 50 students per session
Courses available Credit Recovery
Algebra/Geometry Connections 1 & 2
Algebra 1 & 2
Modern European History
American Government (.5) and American Economics (.5)
Ohio State Test (OST) Intervention
Prerequisite: Previously taken State Assessment
Grade Level: Rising Grades 9, 10, 11, 12
Deadline for Registration: July 12
Dates: July 15-19
Date of Summer Ohio State Test Administration: July 19 8:00 a.m.