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Summer Term

Central Catholic offers various academic and enrichment programs through our Summer Term. This year, our Summer Term programs are being conducted in a virtual/hybrid learning environment.

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Director, Summer Term

Mr. Shawn Dumas

Mr. Shawn Dumas

Summer Term: Academic Courses

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CCHS students have the opportunity to review materials, reinforce learning skills, AND improve final transcript grades up to a “B-”!

  • Small, highly individualized interactive classes as in-person programs
  • Courses will meet between 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM. 

Please note: Summer work cannot lower a student's grade.

Courses will be highly individualized programs consisting of sixteen (16) sixty (60) minute class meetings through the Month of June/July. Your instructor will coordinate where the class will meet in the building or if it will occur Zoom. This may change weekly. We continue to adhere to safety guidelines.

Session Dates for 2022

Classes held Monday through Thursday.

  • Start date: Tuesday, July 5
  • End date: Thursday, July 28

No classes on Fridays, except for week one, when classes are held Tuesday, July 5, through Friday, July 8, due to the 4th of July holiday.

Zoom/classroom sessions will be one hour each.

Classes will meet at a predetermined time during the Summer Term window of between 8:00 AM and 2:00 PM. Any face-to-face meeting time will also occur during these hours on campus. 

Each course will consist of 16 (sixteen), one hour  class meetings. Certain programs will also include one hour of face-to-face class time per week, following public health guidelines). 

Registration for Academic Courses has closed.

Please contact Mr. Shawn Dumas, Summer Term Director, with any questions:

Accelerated Math Courses for Credit

For CCHS students who meet eligibility requirements. 

  • Classes begin on Monday, June 27 and end on Thursday, July 28 for a total of twenty meeting days. 
  • These courses appear on the official transcript, students earn credit points for these courses, and grades impact over GPA. 
  • No classes on Fridays except for 2nd week as the 4th of July is observed on the Monday. Week 2 will be Tuesday through Friday.
  • Classes will be held in a hybrid format, offering two days a week remotely and two days in-person. The days that 
    are remote/in-person will be decided by the teacher weekly. 

Registration for Accelerated Math has closed.

Please contact Mr. Shawn Dumas, Summer Term Director, with any questions:

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Summer Term 2022 Policies & Fees

We ask that both students and parents/guardians review these policies. These details outline the general expectations that our instructors address on a daily basis. Each teacher may have his or her own areas of emphasis so please be aware of what each class expects. Please be your best student and self during our time together.

PDF Registration Forms

Academic Courses

Courses include but not limited to:

  • Algebra I, II
  • Algebra II/Trig
  • American History
  • Biology
  • Calculus
  • Chemistry
  • English I, II, III, IV
  • French
  • Geometry
  • Physics
  • Pre-Calculus
  • Spanish
  • World History

Courses may also be available for audit or non-credit, enrichment status.

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Summer Term Enrichment Programs

For incoming freshmen. Please note: class sizes are limited. Refer to the course descriptions for more detailed information.

Welcome to our Summer Term Enrichment Program for Incoming Students! All programs meet Monday-Thursday for four class meetings over a one-week period.

For more information, please contact Summer Term Director: Mr. Shawn Dumas,


2022 Summer Term Enrichment Programs

For students entering Grade 9

For students entering Grade 9

For students entering Grade 9


For students entering Grade 9

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Registration for Summer Term 2022 is now open. Please contact Mr. Shawn Dumas, Summer Term Director, with any questions: