Summer Courses & Camps
Carmel Catholic offers a variety of academic credit courses and non-credit camps during the summer, including Principles of Engineering DC, Robotics 1, Algebra 2 H, Geometry H, Physical Education, Health UCP, Exploring Nature in Reading and Writing, Introduction to Show Choir and Introduction to Musical Theater and more.
By taking a summer course, students entering grades 9-12 have the opportunity to take advantage of study hall, early dismissal, or open space for other electives during the 2023-24 school year.
Academic Course Sessions and Dates
Academic Course Important Details
Registration: Registration for academic credit courses will take place in the coming weeks. Registration for both academic courses and non-credit courses will remain open until the start of the course or until the course reaches maximum capacity. Registration will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. If you have questions regarding registration for academic credit, please contact Mrs. Sue Gille, Registrar, at [email protected].
Refund Policy: If you register for a course or camp and you are unable to attend, you must notify Summer School Director Ryan Hornung at [email protected] by the dates listed below in order to receive a complete refund for the course or camp.
- Session One (June) refund deadline: May 30, 2023
- Session Two (July) refund deadline: June 25, 2023
If you are dropped from a course or camp because of chronic attendance or discipline issues, there will be no refund. If Carmel Catholic cancels a course or camp for any reason, tuition/fee will be refunded in full.
Dress Code: Casual dress is permitted for summer courses and camps. Modesty and good taste are required. Please consult the Student Handbook for casual dress.
Attendance Policy: Attendance is extremely important in all credit courses. Students are expected to be present for every day of class. If there is a legitimate illness and a student must miss one day, the family must notify Summer School Director Ryan Hornung at [email protected] on the morning of the illness date. If a student misses more than one day for any reason, s/he may be dismissed from the class without a refund or credit. Chronic tardiness (time in minutes) will be deducted from the one absent day allowed.
Grade Information: Grades in the academic credit courses will be emailed to the primary parent's/guardian's email address at the end of July.
Supplies: Starting on the first day of class, students should be prepared to take organized notes either in a notebook or on a tablet/computer. Students should have a pen, pencil, and folder with loose-leaf paper daily. Other necessary supplies are listed within the course descriptions.