Seton Hall Prep Summer Enrichment provides an opportunity for students to advance their progress in math or language. Courses are intensive (a one-year curriculum condensed) and all students must be recommended for honors placement prior to enrolling.
Students will not be allowed to miss more than 2 days. See school calendar for details.2023 Summer Schedule (8:30 am - 2:00 pm)
June 14 & 15
July 20 *Virtual Student Teacher Conferences
Courses are scheduled in late May, based on registrations received. Some math courses may be closed earlier than May.
All math students must be recommended for honors placement.
Courses are scheduled in late May, based on registrations received. Some courses may not be scheduled if sufficient registrations are not reached.
Spanish II Honors – Mrs. Rodriguez
This accelerated class develops students’ competence in the basic skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing and gives them the confidence to express themselves on more advanced topics. The emphasis is on communication, especially concerning understanding of cultural perspectives in communities where Spanish is spoken. Through authentic resources including literature, art, music and film, students acquire knowledge of current social and political issues in the Hispanic world. Completing this course (with a B or higher) enables the student to enroll in Spanish III Honors in the Fall.
MathPrecalculus Honors - Mr. Dave Kahney
This course will cover all the material that is covered in the Precalculus Honors class that is offered during the year. A student must be currently in Honors math and recommended to continue in order to enroll. The class structure will allow immediate follow up work that will take the place of most homework. This should keep homework to a minimum. Taking this class sets up the current junior for Calculus AP. Taking this class sets up the current sophomore for Calculus AP junior year and Statistics AP senior year. Students with a grade of A or A+ AND perfect attendance may be exempted from the Final Exam at teacher discretion.
Geometry Honors - Mr. Kane
This is a course in Euclidean Geometry including plane and solid Geometry. A student must be currently in Honors math and recommended to continue in order to enroll. The main objectives of the course are: 1) to teach students basic geometric facts, which will be needed for future math courses and the SAT’s. 2) To be able to solve problems in Geometry. 3) To be able to solve Algebra problems in a Geometry context. 4) To be able to follow a deductive presentation. 5) To realize some of the “real world” applications of Geometry. 6) To be able to construct a proof. 7) To be able to execute right triangle trigonometric problems. If time allows, we will even begin some Algebra II. Students with a grade of A or A+ AND perfect attendance may be exempted from the Final Exam at teacher discretion.
Algebra II Honors - Mr. Sawyer
The Algebra II Honors summer course will cover all the topics our full year Algebra II course masters. A student must be currently in Honors math and recommended to continue in order to enroll. The advantage of taking this course in the summer is the student can interact with the material continuously and stay focused on one subject and time restraints present less of a problem so the class moves at an even pace. The structure of the class encourages class participation and allows for a fun learning environment. The reason to take Algebra II Honors in the summer is to keep options open such as Calculus AP and Statistics AP. These advanced math courses may earn the student college credit and are available to be taken senior year if all prerequisites are fulfilled. Students with a grade of A or A+ AND perfect attendance may be exempted from the Final Exam at teacher discretion.