Most frequently asked questions regarding the Learning Commons Summer Scholars Program.
At the very latest, the week before the program begins, we will have the registrations completed. This is because we honor last minute registrations, thus the delay.
Either 9:00am - 12:00pm or 12:30pm - 3:30pm. The courses run three hours a day, everyday from Monday to Friday in air- conditioned rooms with activities planned throughout the day in and out of classrooms. Depending on the registration process we will plan the courses in such a way to allow for maximum participation. Some students register for two courses. Creating the schedule, a week before allows us the flexibility to offer students their first choice, to the best of our ability.
Students can register for up to two courses.
Approximately 50 minutes of asynchronous work will be conducted by the students in the form of a project. The details will be discussed by the faculty member at the beginning of each course, the idea is that the students learn through constructing knowledge. This work will be done at home to reinforce the concepts, skills and dispositions learned.
Yes, you would have to make individual arrangements with the Transportation office. Please contact Mr. Mario Nikolis, 210.6070239.
These courses are face to face and follow a constructivist approach to learning thus joining virtually would not be possible.
Students should enter their current grade level and not next year’s grade level.
Yes, but only for the high school students attending.