Summer Institute

Summer Institute courses are tuition-based and offer students the opportunity to accelerate or advance their studies in a variety of subjects. Taking courses over the summer may also free up students' scheduling options during the school year. For the Summer of 2024, Hunterdon Central is able to supplement the tuition fees with activity funds for HCRHS district residents. Students interested in Summer Institute courses should speak to their counselors.

Contact: Please contact the appropriate Department Supervisor or email scheduling@hcrhs.org if you have any questions.

Transportation:
Students will need to provide their own transportation to Summer Institute courses.

Registration: Registration and payment are due by June 7, 2024. Registration is taken on a first-come, first-served basis with enrollment priority for HCRHS district residents

Click on the link to download and print: Summer Institute Registration Form

Payments/Refunds: Checks should be made payable to Hunterdon Central Regional High School. There will be no refunds once confirmation of the class has been given. *Summer Institute programming costs are supplemented with activity funds for HCRHS district residents.

Payment can be mailed to:
Hunterdon Central Regional High School
Attn: Mercedes Mariano
84 Route 31
Flemington NJ 08822

Attendance Requirements: Students cannot miss more than one class, in order to earn credit for the course.


COURSE DESCRIPTIONS:

BUSINESS

#PF620SI – Personal Finance - $175.00* resident/$275.00 non-resident
Type: Hybrid (mix of in-person/virtual)
Credits: 2.5
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Grade type: Graded
Dates: July 8-25
Time: In-person: Mon-Thur, 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Virtual: Mon-Thur, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Note: This course meets the Financial Literacy Graduation Requirement.

This graded course is designed for students who would like to fulfill the Financial Literacy requirement over the summer. This course offers students a chance to develop much-needed skills in finance. Students will explore career options and consider the many different financial components of being an adult, such as mortgage payments and investing. This course does not meet the 21st Century requirement. It will be added to the transcript for 2023-24.


ENGLISH

#CE1SI – College Essay - $25.00* resident district students only
Credits: None
Grades: 11, 12
Grade type: None
Dates: July 8 & July 9
Time: 8:00 AM – 11:00 AM

This workshop will walk students through the college essay process from start to finish. At the end of the second day, students will have a finalized essay ready to submit to the colleges of their choice.


MATHEMATICS

#323SI Geometry CP - $350.00* resident/$450.00 non-resident
Type: Hybrid (mix of in-person/virtual)
Credits: 5.0
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
Grade type: Pass/Fail
Prerequisite: Algebra 1
Dates: July 1 - August 1 (Mon-Thurs), *No School July 4
Time: In-Person: Mon-Thur, 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Virtual: Fri, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Workshop Time (asynchronous): 3 hr/week

This course is designed to provide a pathway to accelerate student learning. This course covers all of the topics taught in a full-year college preparatory Geometry course. The course will meet in-person and consist of 120 hours of classroom time, coupled with expected online learning, practice, and assessment. Topics include: congruence, measurement, and construction; similarity and trigonometry; geometric measurement and dimension; connecting algebra and geometry through coordinates; circles with and without coordinates; applications of probability. Successful mastery will enable students to take Algebra 2. Students enrolled in this course may be required to take the NJ Student Learning Assessment in August at the end of the course. As an Option 2 course, the final grade will be recorded as a Pass or Fail on the student transcript.


SOCIAL STUDIES

#127SI Global Studies - $350.00* resident/$450.00 non-resident
Type: Fully Virtual
Credits: 5.0
Grades: 11, 12
Grade Type: Pass/Fail
Dates: July 1 – August 1, *No School July 4

This course is designed for students who would like to fulfill the Global Studies requirement over the summer in an online self-paced class. Students will move through Hunterdon Central’s Global Studies curriculum including Human Rights and the United Nations culminating with the writing of the Modern Conflict Research paper.