Summer Camps 2022

Build your skills in algebra English organization
at Villa Maria's academic summer camps

Villa Maria also offers summer sports camps in basketball, field hockey, lacrosse, and rowing.
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Course Descriptions

Dates

June 21 – June 30, Tuesday-Thursday 8:30 a.m. – 11 a.m.

Instructor

Maria Lubanski

Subject Matter

For incoming freshmen who will be in Honors or CP Algebra 1 and who are looking for reinforcement of skills and some enrichment.

Topics/ skills covered will be:

  • Add/Subtract/Multiply/Divide Real Numbers
  • Order of Operations
  • Rates/Ratio/Percents
  • Percent Change
  • Evaluating Expressions

Bring a graphing calculator and iPad! All questions about material covered can be directed to Mrs. Lubanski at MLubanski@vmahs.org

Dates

June 21 – June 30, Tuesday-Thursday 11:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Instructor

Maria Lubanski

Subject Matter

For current VMA students who will be going to CP Algebra 2 and who are looking for reinforcement of skills and some enrichment before their course starts in the Fall.

Topics covered:

  • Solving Equations/Inequalities
  • Graphing Linear Equations/Slope/Rate of Change
  • Systems of Linear Equations
  • Quadratic Functions/Factoring

Bring a graphing calculator and iPad! All questions about material covered can be directed to Mrs. Lubanski at MLubanski@vmahs.org

Dates

July 18 – 21, 9:00 a.m. to noon

Instructors

Jessica Mullen and Natalie Murray

Subject Matter

Incoming Villa Maria freshmen are invited to attend the English Readiness Workshop. The goal of this workshop is to provide English enrichment and build confidence to bridge the skill gap from 8th to 9th grade. Great for transfer students!

Topics covered:

  • Writing: mechanics, usage, and grammar
  • Literary analysis: how to annotate and interpret a text
  • Introduction to the five paragraph essay

Bring a notebook and iPad!

For any questions about camp content or materials, please conact Mrs. Mullen at JMullen@vmahs.org.

Dates

July 18 – July 21, 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Instructor

Katlyn Yost

Subject Matter

Do you need to brush up on your notetaking skills? What about your planner? Do you need some help with goal setting and time management? If so, this camp is for you. This week will be the perfect introduction for incoming freshman who are looking to start freshman year organized and on top of it all! Great for transfer students!

Topics covered:

  • Notebook Organization- this will cover: Binders, spiral notebooks, composition notebooks, Notability and note taking apps, Google drive
  • In-Class Note Taking: Best Practices- this will cover: Different note taking methods (Cornell, mind map, outlining, etc.), Handwritten vs. digital notes, Re-organizing notes
  • Notes at Home and Studying: Best Practices- this will cover: Taking notes from a textbook, annotating/highlighting a text/article, best practices for studying (Quizlet, practice problems, creating a study guide, etc.)
  • Planning and Goal Setting- This will cover: Setting up a planner, using a planner most efficiently, how to divide your work efficiently, determining a study schedule

Bring a notebook and your iPad!

For any questions about camp content, or materials please contact Ms. Yost at Kyost@vmahs.org

Registration

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