Summer school at Moreau Catholic High School is filled with opportunities for students to take their learning to the next level. Take a moment to look through the exciting courses for Summer to find the program that is right for your student.
The St. Andre Summer Bridge program is an opportunity for incoming 9th grade students to get a jump start on skills, content, and habits they will need for success in Moreau Catholic’s rigorous academic program. These summer classes are taught by MCHS faculty and provide a longer on-ramp to freshman year. Families will receive information about Summer Bridge with their acceptance letters if their student qualifies for it. Please reach out to AP of Instruction Kristin Hannon firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
A 10-unit (year-long) 6 week program designed to help those who want to move forward in mathematical academic courses. Students will need to meet school requirements in order to take the course. Please contact your counselor if you are interested.
For current high school students who need to remediate 5-unit (semester) core courses.
Our summer programming consists of intensive workshops, classes and exhibitions so students not only learn new skills, but feel confident sharing ideas and collaborating with others. Registrations for camps will be open on January 24, 2022.
Mariner Explorers (June 13th – June 24th)
Students will be able to participate in our enrichment program that introduces them to a variety of fun subject areas offered at Moreau Catholic. Our fabulous faculty and alumni will teach campers how to use gifts, talents, and education to find their passion.
Social Justice Institute (June 27th – June 30th)
At Moreau Catholic, our mission is to prepare our students through academic, social, and spiritual learning experiences that form and transform them as they become responsible citizens of our global community. Working with our student leaders in the areas of government, campus ministry, and social justice, campers will leave feeling empowered and ready for leadership roles on their campuses.