Scientific Environmental Sustainability (SES) 

This multifaceted course explores multiple high profile topics in science and sustainability in today’s world. Students will learn about the intricacies that go into sustainable building and agriculture such as the physics behind architectural design and insulation properties, as well as how they tie into the environment. After learning about these core concepts, students will apply their knowledge to design a structure of their own, gaining experience in the real world applications of low-impact architectural problem solving, computer aided design, and detailed project planning, including financial and time constraints.

Career fields: environmental science, conservation, engineering, design, ecology, green energy

2022 Schedule: TBA

Grades: 9-12 

Price: $750

Space, Stars, and Celestial Bodies (Astro)

Who is leading space exploration? What is a sidereal year? When can I see a comet? Where are we in the known universe? Why does a star burn? In this astrophysics crash course, students will learn the answers to these questions as they explore the properties of the last frontier—space. In the beginning of this class, we will start with the basics of how these structures are formed, how their structures pertain to the laws of physics, and what makes them unique. Students will come away from this course with a basic background in these areas that puts them ahead of the curve in a range of school subjects and real life disciplines. Our online science tutors will be unlocking students’ amateur astronomy viewing skills by studying telescopes, how they are used, and even how to use your phone or a basic telescope to achieve great images! 

Career fields: astronomy, research, physics, aeronautical engineering, cosmology, optics

2022 Schedule:  TBA

Grades: 9-12 

Price: $750


RPS Series

A 10-week Remote Public Speaking course for ELL students and Native English speakers. Both programs help students improve their communication and expression and boost their confidence in academic, social, and professional settings. Both public speaking programs will meet for 60-90 minutes on a weekly basis. Contact us by May 15th to receive the summer registration form.

2021 Schedule: 60-90 minute sessions that occur weekly from June 21st to August 16th

Grades: 7-12

Price: $750

RPS ELL Topics

  • Language use vs. language knowledge
  • Critical and creative thinking
  • English pronunciation
  • English language and cultural features
  • Decoding and encoding
  • Self-confidence and motivation in English
  • Common cultural and language barriers
  • Self-advocacy in English

RPS 1 and 2 Topics

  • Speech analysis
  • Rhetorical strategies
  • Public speaking
  • Debate
  • Presentation evaluations
  • Peer feedback
  • Maximizing presence


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