O‘AHU — Public charter school Hawaii Technology Academy (HTA) is offering a virtual summer school program for the second consecutive year, after a successful launch in the summer of 2020.
The program is open to all Hawai’i resident students in grades 6-12, including Department of Education (DOE), Public Charter School, private school, and homeschool students.
Registration for HTA’s Virtual Summer School program is open until May 21.
A select number of high school courses will be offered for both credit recovery and credit advancement. Some of these courses include: Algebra 1 and 2, Creative Writing, English 2, Modern History of Hawai’i, U.S. History and Government, and P.E. Life Fitness. In addition, a teacher-led summer enrichment program for middle school students is also being offered. Middle school courses include: Math, Reading/Writing, Astronomy, Marine Science, Spanish 1, as well as the electives Fine Arts and Living Your Best Life. These courses will not be credit bearing with the exception of Math credit recovery for grades 6-8.
HTA’s highly experienced teachers will deliver both synchronous and asynchronous virtual instruction, provide consistent feedback, regularly consult with students, and support the individual learning style of each student.
HTA Virtual Summer School sessions begin on June 7th, 2021.
For more info, contact HTA summer school directors: Alana Tyau or Theresa Toilolo at email@example.com.
Source: The Garden Island