Please contact your Guidance Counselor/College Advisor prior to registering for classes for recommendations and to make any necessary adjustments to your schedule for the fall.
* Elective classes and some core classes may be taken for initial credit.
* Core and Elective courses are available for Grade Improvement for those students who may have earned a C during the school year. (Summer Institute grade is averaged with the grade earned during the school year in the GPA. Both grades show on the transcript.)
* Core and Elective courses are available for Grade Replacement for those students who may have earned a D/F during the school year. (Summer Institute grade replaces the grade earned during the school year in the GPA. Both grades show on the transcript but the school year grade indicates that it is not included in the GPA.)
* Courses may be audited to get a preview or review of the material.
* Shorter seminar courses may be taken for non-credit enrichment.
* One-on-one Tutoring in all subject areas is also available.
- ***American Heritage Schools*** For a full list of Initial Credit, Grade Improvement (C) or Replacement (D/F), Non-Credit courses and Shorter Seminar Courses, please reach out to your Guidance Counselor/College Advisor.
Summer Camp COVID Questions and Answers
We are closely monitoring the pandemic and are hopeful that, with the roll out of the vaccine, the spread of the virus will dramatically decrease by June.
- 1. Due to the activities of summer camp, masks may be optional for campers but will be mandatory for staff. If, due to COVID, masks are required in public even when outdoors, we will not run camp.
- 2. If the current social distancing standards are still the norm in June, it may be impossible to run camp.
- 3. We will not require a quarantine situation for travelers outside the country or other states unless that location becomes a “hot-spot” which exceeds the positivity rate of the United States or South Florida.
- 4. Please see our school’s website for our COVID plan regarding other measures that we will continue to implement, such as:
We are hoping for the eradication of the virus by June, but we know that might not happen. We are willing to institute some of the protocols that we are using during the school year, but if the state of the pandemic remains the same, our stringent school safety practices would make it difficult for the normal fun summer camp activities to take place successfully. While we know everyone is looking forward to camp as much as we are, the safety of our campers, staff, and community must come first.