This Summer, The O’Neal School is excited to offer our partnership with Global Online Academy as an opportunity for High School level students! Please see the below information about the Summer at GOA information as well as their 2020 Summer Course Offerings. If you are interested
in registering for a course, or have any questions, please email Emma Morahan at firstname.lastname@example.org
and she will let you know the next steps.
Summer at GOA provides meaningful learning opportunities for high school students to explore a passion or topic of interest during the summer months. GOA’s summer offerings include 14 of their most popular semester courses, along with 2 offerings designed as alternative options to yearlong high school course requirements - Geometry and Spanish I. As GOA summer offerings are condensed versions of their semester courses, students should expect a 10-12 hour per week
commitment, with an expectation of 15-20 hours per week for both Geometry and Spanish I. The summer term runs from June 15 - July 31, a 7-week intensive format taught by expert educators who are experienced and deeply skilled in teaching and supporting students both in-person and online.
2020 Summer Course Offerings
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- 9/11 in a Global Context
- Abnormal Psychology
- Business Problem Solving
- Computer Science I: Computational Thinking
- Computer Science II: Java
- Creative Nonfiction
- Fiction Writing
- Genocide & Human Rights
- Introduction to Investments
- Introduction to Psychology
- Medical Problem Solving I
- Number Theory
- Race and Society
- Spanish Language Through Culture I
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As GOA is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), we offer our summer program students credit for the course and an official transcript following completion. GOA Summer Program faculty uses the Canvas Learning Management system, providing students with real-time access to feedback and communication on their work. Grade reports from teachers are delivered to students and families at the midterm and end-of-term, and regular communication is shared throughout the course.