Summer School 2013 kicks off the 2013-14 school year. Monte Vista offers two types of academic summer school courses: traditional on-campus courses taught by our faculty, and online courses through Monte Vista Virtual Academy. In both formats, students have the opportunity to complete one full-year course over the summer. Since students are doing eight months of course work over six weeks, they need to understand the intensity and expectations of our summer school programs.
More information for the Monte Vista Virtual Academy - coming soon!
Summer School Enrollment for Non-Monte Vista Students
We also welcome students from schools other than Monte Vista Christian School for our Summer School Program. These students need to complete a simplified admission process in order to register for Summer School. The application fee is included in the registration fee for the MVCS Summer School Program.
On Campus Summer School Expectations
The condensed time frame leads to a rigorous schedule where a week of material is covered in a day of summer school instruction. It is important that students commit not only to attending every class but also several hours of homework each evening.
Monte Vista Virtual Academy Expectations
The MVVA course format is geared to tech-savvy students who are independent workers. Classes are web based and students will have weekly deadlines for assignments and projects. Teacher/student interactions will be through emails, phone calls, and Skype. It is essential that students have access to a computer with high speed internet access. The pace of MVVA courses is similar to our on-campus summer school courses. Students should expect to spend at least 25 hours per week on their course.