2022 Summer School & Honors / AP Class Assignments

Ursuline High School Summer School Program

June 9 -30, 2022 (No School on June 20 in observance of Juneteenth)
8:00-12:00pm
Parking / Drop Off on Bryson Street
Courses: Physical Education, Video Production, American Government, and World History
Registration Due April 29, 2022

Welcome Letter

Registration Form

Honors & AP Class Summer Assignments

Art Department

AP Art

Math Department

Honors Algebra 1

Honors Geometry

Honors Algebra II – assignment is due on the first day of school

AP Calculus

English Department

Honors 9th Grade Welcome Letter

Honors 9th Grade Reading Log

Honors 9th grade work can be emailed to the email listed or jhuber@youngstowndiocese.org.

Honors 10th Grade Welcome Letter

Honors 10th Grade Reading Log

Honors 11th Grade Welcome Letter

Honors 11th Grade Reading Log

Honors English 12 Welcome Letter

Honors English 12 Reading Log

Science Department

Honors Biology 1

AP Biology

AP Chemistry

AP Computer Science Principles

Physics – June

Physics July

Physics – August

Seminar & Research

AP Research

AP Seminar

Social Studies Department

AP US Government – Coming Soon!

AP Psychology

World Language Department

AP French III

AP French IV

AP Spanish III

AP Spanish IV

 

Global Online Academy

Ursuline is excited to announce that we are partnering with the Global Online Academy (GOA) to offer Ursuline students opportunities to take special-interest courses over the summer. GOA was formed to offer middle and high school students the chance to learn in a highly collaborative, global learning community, building the skills they’ll need for college, career, and life. The GOA offers courses not typically available in a high school and includes students from across the U.S. and world. The cost of the course is $750, but Ursuline will subsidize half of the cost of the course for up to 8 students. Sessions run Tuesday, June 14, 2022 through Monday, August 1, 2022 or Tuesday, July 5, 2022 through Monday, August 22, 2022. Courses are high quality online learning experiences with high levels of engagement. Students can expect to spend 10 to 14 hours per week for their course. Each course will earn a half credit and will count in a student’s cumulative GPA as an honors course. Interested students should see their guidance counselor before April 15. Course outlines are available upon request.

Course Offerings:
Abnormal Psychology
Architecture
Business Problem Solving
Computer Science I: Computational Thinking
Computer Science II: Java
Creative Nonfiction Writing
Cyber Security
Fiction Writing
Genocide & Human Rights
How to Argue Well
International Relations
Introduction to Investments
Introduction to Legal Thinking
Medical Problem Solving I
Race & Society