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Summer 2022

Middle and High School

Elite Academy School of Excellence is proud to announce its unique academic summer program (2022). The summer term is scheduled to start Monday, June 20th 2022, in which classes will begin at 9:00 am. The summer semester will last for approximately seven weeks, with the last day of classes being Thursday, July 28th 2022. Students already attending our school can opt to enroll in one or more of the above electives and receive high school credit for the course(s) upon successful completion. Each class will constitute 0.5 high school credits and will last for the duration of the summer term. We implore ambitious middle school learners, especially those already attending our school, to enroll. ALL courses embrace intense reading, writing, and critical thinking skills to prepare all secondary education students for higher learning. Students who are not enrolled with us as their permanent school but still wish to attend our summer program are more than welcome to do so. For such students, it must be noted that the awarding of credit is not guaranteed since such matters are at the discretion of the student’s main educational institution. Finally, students who wish to enroll in online courses in lieu of or in addition to the classes listed below are more than welcome to do so.  On campus, we have a computer lab to accommodate online students who wish to still be present at our school for the 2022 summer term.  For questions or to enroll, please email us at eliteacademyschool2012@gmail.com or call us at 954-638-0920 and we will get back to you promptly. Descriptions of the courses offered for the Summer 2022 academic term are outlined below.                                                                   

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                                                                                2022 SUMMER CLASSES – SCHEDULE

Pd.   Subject                                                                                                                       Time      Meeting Days 
01    PSYCHOLOGY 1                                                                                                     9-10:30 AM    MW / (A)

02    GREAT MEN/WOMEN OF COLOR WHO SHAPED WORLD HISTORY             11-12:30 PM    MW / (A)
03    ENGLISH CREDIT RECOVERY                                                                              12:30-1 PM      MW / (A)

04    LEGAL SYSTEMS AND CONCEPTS                                                                       9-10:30 AM    TR / (B)
05    SOCIOLOGY                                                                                                           11-12:30 PM   TR / (B)

06    MATH CREDIT RECOVERY                                                                                    12:30-1 PM     TR / (B)

SUMMER SCHOOL HOURS: M-R 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

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BLOCK SCHEDULE: YES

A-DAYS: MWs

B-DAYS: TRs

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PERIOD 1 – MW (A-Days): 9:00 am – 10:30 am

BREAK – MW (A-Days) – 10:30 am – 11:00 am

PERIOD 2 – MW (A-Days): 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

PERIOD 3 – MW (A-Days): 12:30 – 1:00 pm

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PERIOD 4 – TR (B-Days): 9:00 am – 10:30 am

BREAK – TR (B-Days) – 10:30 am – 11:00 am

PERIOD 5 – TR (B-Days): 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

PERIOD 6 – TR (B-Days): 12:30 – 1:00 pm

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Course Descriptions (General) – Summer Term: 2022

Psychology 1 – 0.5 Credit(s)

This course exposes students to the study of psychology. Topics will include but not be limited to: Theories of Psychology, Biological Psychology, Human Behavior, Cognition, Memory, Abnormal Psychology, and Classification of Mental Disorders. Students will be evaluated of their understanding regarding said topics through research projects, case studies, academic discourse, and periodic assessments.

Great Men/Women of Color Who Shaped World History – 0.5 Credit(s)

This course exposes students to the study of History by taking a detailed look at the contributions of specific individuals of color who have helped mold the world’s diverse cultural landscape into what it is today. This course will not be confined to the study of the Civil Rights Era, it will survey the rise of other cultural and social movements throughout World History by way of primary source analyses, biographical accounts, and academic discourse. Students will be evaluated of their understanding regarding said topics through independent and group projects, case studies, and a cumulative assessment at the end of the course.

English For Credit Recovery - 0.5 Credit(s)

This course will vary in its applications depending on the student's grade level.

Legal Systems and Concepts – 0.5 Credit(s)

This course exposes students to an overview of the American Legal System. Topics will include but not be limited to: Applications of Law, Legal Applications of the Constitution, Judicial System, Court Procedures, Criminal Investigation, Due Process of Law, Rights of the Accused, Law Enforcement and Corrections, and Landmark Court Cases. Students will be evaluated of their understanding regarding said topics through research projects, case studies, and a cumulative assessment at the end of the course.

 

Sociology – 0.5 Credit(s)

This course surveys the various topics affiliated with the study of Sociology. Topics will include but not be limited to: Sociological Theories, Social Roles and Structures, Conformity, Class Stratification, Deviance, Status and Inequality, Cultural Sociology and Political Sociology. Students will be evaluated of their understanding regarding said topics through independent and group projects, research assignments, case studies, and a cumulative assessment at the end of the course.

Math For Credit Recovery - 0.5 Credit(s)

This course will vary in its applications depending on the student's grade level.

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