- Academic Development Program
- Summer Algebra Intensive
- Capstone social sciences research writing workshop
- dance intensive
- College essay writing - rising seniors!
- mixed media art experience
- PreCalculus (2.5 credits graded)
(35.75 hours) $475
July 1-3, 8-11, 15-18 8:30am-11:45am
This course is open to incoming freshmen who wish to review their organizational, writing, and math skills. It will help provide a smooth transition to high school academics for students who seek to improve their performance in these areas. Questions about this course should be directed to our learning consultant, Mrs. MaryEllin Sweeney, in our Guidance Department.
(11 hours) $250
July 8-11 8:00am-10:45am
This one week course is highly recommended for students entering Geometry or Algebra II to reinforce Algebra I skills. Topics include linear functions, polynomials, factoring polynomials, inequalities, absolute value functions, simplifying exponents and radicals.
(9 hours) $95
July 9-11 & July 16-18 10:30am - 12:00pm
This is a two-week seminar that will introduce students to social scientific research methodology and research writing. The seminar serves as an introduction to research ethics, types of social science research, and the use of academic databases and university library facilities. It will also explore the process of writing, editing, and presenting a college-level research paper or project in the humanities and social sciences. The workshop is a prerequisite for the Psychology and History capstone projects, and is open to students who will be juniors and seniors enrolled in Honors and AP level History and Psychology course offerings for the 2018-19 school year.
(4 1/2 hours) $150 - Cultural Center
July 1-3 9:00am-10:30am
This course serves as an introduction to the RBC Dance Program, previous dance experience is not required to take dance intensive. Students involved in the Intensive will study a basic overview of ballet, jazz, contemporary, lyrical, musical theater, and hip hop. This Class is held in our Cultural Center at 51 Monmouth Street. If you have any questions about the dance program please email Mrs. Bascom at email@example.com
*For rising seniors* (10 hours) $250
Session 1: July 8 - 11 8:30am-11:00am
Session 2: August 5 - 8 8:30am-11:00am
What does it take to be accepted into a renowned college? Two components are the college essay and The Common Application. Get ahead of the game by doing some of your college prep work over the summer by completing both! This class will help you define that poignant moment to write your essay about so that yours will be the memorable application. It will focus on various college essay topics and help you comprise a polished, perfect essay. In addition, you will complete your Common Application!
(16 hours) $240 - Includes materials
July 1-3 & July 8-11 8:00am - 10:30am
This course will employ several media such as acrylic paint, colored pencil, pastel and ink. Drawing, painting, collage, printmaking and monoprinting will all be explored. No experience is necessary- just an open mind and a willingness to experiment. This class is held in our Cultural Center at 51 Monmouth Street.
(44 hours) $500
June 24-28, July 1-3, 8-11, & 15-18 8:00am-10:45am
This course is a mandatory 4 week program for students to enroll in AP Calculus directly from Honors Algebra II/Trigonometry. The course will cover the Pre-Calculus topics necessary for success in AP Calculus. Students MUST have earned a “B” average in the Honors Algebra II/Trigonometry course, been approved by their counselor, and have been prescheduled for the Summer Pre-Calculus course prior to registration. Students MUST attend all 4 weeks. A minimum grade of “A-“is required to qualify for the AP Calculus course.
**Credit will be noted on student’s transcript for successful course completion/attendance.**
**Credit is not used in GPA calculation.**
Red Bank Catholic High School
2019 Summer STEM CAMP
*Students entering grades 7th through 8th in Fall 2019 + current 9th graders*
In 8 days of hands-on activities, students will be introduced to the engineering design process, the six types of simple machines and mechanical advantage. Students will design and build a Rube Goldberg machine that will test their knowledge, ingenuity and critical thinking skills. A Rube Goldberg machine is a chain reaction machine that accomplishes a simple task in the most complicated – and funniest – way possible! While students are having fun creating kooky solutions to simple, everyday tasks they also happen to be incorporating elements of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), with art and design thrown into the mix.
RBC Stem Camp 2019: Simple to Complex Machines
Dates: Week 1 July 8th-July 11th
Week 2 July 15th-July 18th
Time: 9am -12 noon
Age Group: Students entering grades 7th through 8th in Fall 2019 + current 9th graders
Location: RBC Engineering Lab
Instructor: RBC Science Faculty
Cost: $200Space is limited to 20 students so register now!
Check out this Rube Goldberg machine below to preview the types of machines that students will build!