2018 Summer Enrichment Dates

On Campus Sessions
(2 weeks each / 8am-2pm daily)
  • Session 1 - June 4-15
  • Session 2 - June 18-29
  • Session 3 - July 9-20
Online Sessions
(4 weeks each / 15-20 hours of work per week)
  • Session A - May 29-June 22
  • Session B - June 25-July 20
Directed Study Session
(8 weeks / 8-10 hours of work per week)
  • May 29-July 20
Driver Education
(4 days - 8am-3pm daily / must be 15 years old at the start of class)
  • May 29-June 1
College Essay Composition Course
(1 week / Seniors only / limited to 12 slots per week)
  • June 4-8
  • June 11-15
  • June 18-22
  • June 25-29
Pre-Calculus Readiness Course
(4 weeks / must be approved by Mathematics Department Chair)
  • June 4-29

Summer Enrichment Fee Schedule

$175.00 - Driver Education (1 week)
$175.00 - College Essay Course (seniors only - 1 week)
$700.00 - Pre-Calculus Readiness (four weeks)
$350.00 - One (or first) ½ Credit Course (two weeks)
(Includes Algebra / English Readiness)
$300.00 - Additional ½ Credit Courses
(cannot be applied in addition to Driver Education)

Registration for Summer Enrichment

Continuing students will be directed to the online registration site to register for classes after meeting with their counselors to register for the 2018-19 school year (this will begin in mid-February 2018).  Paper Summer Enrichment registration forms will also be made available on an as-needed basis from counselors and/or the Summer Enrichment Coordinator.  Incoming Freshmen and new-to-Gorman students will receive paper registration forms at scheduled registration events beginning in March 2018.  Contact the Director of Admissions for a schedule of these events.
*PLEASE NOTE: All Summer Enrichment Course requests will be considered requests only until full payment has been processed and a schedule confirmation has been received.

Summer Enrichment FAQ

List of 5 frequently asked questions.

  • What is the Tuition / Waitlist / Refund Policy?

    • Students should register by submitting full payment by May 04, 2018.  Prior to May 04 a student may reserve a class seat with a $100-per-class deposit.  Please note that this option is not available through the online registration system and must be initiated through the submission of a paper form (available on request from an academic counselor).  Full payment is due by May 04 or seat will be given to waitlist students who are contacted and who submit full payment.
    • If a maximum number of seats-per-class have been filled, a waitlist will be formed on a first-request basis ($100-per-class deposit required for waitlist position).  If class seats open, waitlist students will be contacted in chronological order to when course requests were submitted.  Seats will be filled as full payments per class are processed.
    • If a student is fully registered and subsequently drops a course on or before May 04, 2018, all monies less a $100.00 deposit-per-class will be credited to the student’s tuition account.
    • If a student is fully registered and subsequently drops a course after May 04, 2018 no credit or refund will be issued.
  • What Does Cancellation of Classes Mean?

    Bishop Gorman High School reserves the right to cancel any course due to either teacher availability or insufficient enrollment. 
  • How Are Classes Assigned?

    Course selections will be assigned on a first-come basis and space is limited.  Students MUST select a second choice in case the first course choice is not available.  Students will be automatically enrolled in second choices if available within the same session. 
  • When & How Will I Receive My Summer Class Schedule Confirmation?

    FOR CONTINUING STUDENTS: Course requests will be confirmed and visible on student schedules through PlusPortals as classes are added (this typically occurs within five business days after full payment is received)
    FOR ALL STUDENTS:  Schedule confirmations will be mailed home AFTER May 04, 2018.
  • What Is The Attendance Policy?

    Summer Enrichment classes are highly concentrated courses of study with each day being equivalent to more than a week of a typical school session. As such, attendance is crucial and students may not be absent for any day or part of a day.  Illness, doctor appointments, sports camps, family vacations and student holiday plans may not be used as exceptions to the attendance policyThree class tardy violations (arriving to any class between 1 to 5 minutes late either at the beginning of the school day or returning from a break) are also equivalent to one absence.  In the event of any absence (including those due to tardiness), students will be disenrolled from the class and no credit will be awarded / no refund given.