Summer Programs

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Summer Programs at The Tenney School offer a blend of course opportunities for credit and/or enrichment.  Below are the courses and sessions being offered this summer:


Interim Session (May 20th – June 10th): The Interim Session occurs between the spring semester and the summer session.  The Interim Session is designed to allow students to complete coursework for high school credit.  Courses are available in all core disciplines: English, science, history, or math.  For students not needing credit, courses can also be taken for enrichment.  All coursework will be completed in a one-to-one setting.  Specific course times and dates will be established once a student is matched to an instructor. Please click on the adjacent Registration Form to register for this course.


Summer Fine Art (May 20th – June 10th):  This summer we will have three weeks where fine art will be offered for enrichment.  Students completing two of three weeks can earn 1/2 high school fine art credit.  Please click on the adjacent Registration Form to register for this course.

  • May 20th – May 24th: Drawing & Painting
  • May 28th – June 3rd: Sculpture
  • June 4th – June 10th: Cartooning

Middle School Read All About It! (And a Little Writing Too!) [May 20th – June 10th]:  Using Scholastic Storyworks and Scope magazines, students will spend three weeks reading a variety of engaging literary and nonfiction complex texts. They will develop important reading skills, such as, analyzing close reading, inferencing, finding text structures and text features, summarizing, and using text evidence. In addition to reading skills, students will use guided writing activities to write well-structured paragraphs and essays. Please click on the adjacent Registration Form to register for this course.


Summer Session (June 11th – July 2nd): The Summer Session is designed to allow students to complete coursework for high school credit.  Courses are available in all core disciplines: English, science, history, or math.  For students not needing credit, courses can also be taken for enrichment.  All coursework will be completed in a one-to-one setting.  Specific course times and dates will be established once a student is matched to an instructor. Please click on the adjacent Registration Form to register for this course.