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High School Summer Program Course Offerings
 
The Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda Summer School Program gives students the opportunity to make up courses that they have failed or were unable to take during the regular school year.  The majority of courses are offered on a review or remedial basis.
 
The Ken-Ton School District is registered by the New York State Education Department.  Credits earned in summer school may be applied towards a high school diploma.   Final grades for courses failed will be incorporated into the summer school grade.
 
Please note that course offerings are always contingent upon enrollment.  Insufficient enrollment may result in a cancellation of the course.
 
 
Remedial Courses
Remedial Courses are only available to students who have previously taken the course.
 
English Courses:
English 9
English 10
CC English 11
English 12
 
Social Studies Courses:
Global History & Geography 9
Global History & Geography 10
US History and Government
Participation in Government
Economics & Economic Decision Making
 
Mathematics Courses:
CC Algebra
Algebra
Algebra A
Algebra B
Geometry
Intermediate Algebra
Algebra 2 / Trigonometry (Course credit only– No Regents exam offered)
 
Science Courses:
Physical Setting: Earth Science
Living Environment (Biology)
*Physical Setting: Chemistry/Consumer Chemistry (Course credit only– No Regents exam offered)
Astronomy
Oceanography
 
Health Courses:
Health
 
Physical Education Courses:
Physical Education
 
Business Courses:
Business Math (seniors only)
 
 
Exam Review Courses
Exam Review Courses are 3 week review classes for Regents exams.  Students must have already passed the class and, for all science exams, provide documentation of required laboratory activities.  Exam Review Courses begin Wednesday, July 24.
 
Algebra
Geometry
Comprehensive English
Physical Setting: Earth Science
US History and Government
Global History and Geography
Living Environment 
 
 
New Courses
All new courses must be approved by the home school counselor.
 
Participation in Government (1/2 credit)
Economics (1/2 credit)
Health (1/2 credit) *Students must have completed grade 9 in order to be eligible to enroll.

 

Last Modified on June 4, 2014
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