Course Dates

# of Days Dates Cost per Course
Credit Semester 1 14 6/07/2017-6/29/2017
(No class 6/9, 6/16, and 6/23)
$285
Credit Semester 2 14 7/5/2017-7/27/2017
(No Class 7/7,7/14, and 7/21)
$285
Non-Credit (Bridge) Session 1 10 6/12/2017-6/27/2017
(No Class 6/16 and 6/23)
$134
unless noted
Non-Credit (Bridge) Session 2 10 7/10/2017-7/25/2017
(No Class 7/14 and 7/21)
$134
unless noted

All Credit classes meet 8:30A.M. - 1:00P.M. If emergency days are used during the school year, days off are subject to change.

All Bridge classes meet 8:30A.M. - 11:30A.M. If emergency days are used during the school year, days off are subject to change.

Course Offerings

Go to Non-Credit Courses

Credit Courses

  • Algebra (MA1111)
    This course is designed for the first year algebra student or for a continuation of algebra in 8th grade. It integrates the language and application of algebra with geometry, statistics, and probability. Problem solving is emphasized throughout the course. The content focuses on the application of algebraic skills in real-world situations.
    Date School Fee
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBE$285.00
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBN$285.00Closed
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBS$285.00
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • Algebra (MA1112)
    This course is designed for the first year algebra student or for a continuation of algebra in 8th grade. It integrates the language and application of algebra with geometry, statistics, and probability. Problem solving is emphasized throughout the course. The content focuses on the application of algebraic skills in real-world situations.
    Date School Fee
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBN$285.00Closed
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBE$285.00Closed
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBN$285.00Closed
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBS$285.00
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • Algebra 2 with Trigonometry (MA3411)
    This is a course in advanced algebra. Algebra 2 with Trigonometry emphasizes an understanding of the number system, the concept of a function, graphical representations of functions, and trigonometry. Topics include linear, quadratic, exponential, trigonometric functions, complex numbers, logarithms, matrices, and sequences.
    Date School Fee
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBE$285.00Closed
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBN$285.00Closed
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBS$285.00
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • Algebra 2 with Trigonometry (MA3412)
    This is a course in advanced algebra. Algebra 2 with Trigonometry emphasizes an understanding of the number system, the concept of a function, graphical representations of functions, and trigonometry. Topics include linear, quadratic, exponential, trigonometric functions, complex numbers, logarithms, matrices, and sequences.
    Date School Fee
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBE$285.00Closed
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBN$285.00
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBS$285.00
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • Biology (SC2011)
    This course presents an introduction to living organisms, how they function, and how they interact in the biosphere. Included are topics such as: Scientific method, biochemistry, genetics, evolution, cells (structure, division, and energy usage), ecology and exploration of the various kingdoms (including some dissection). Biology is aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards.
    Date School Fee
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBE$285.00
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBN$285.00Closed
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBW$285.00
  • Biology (SC2012)
    This course presents an introduction to living organisms, how they function, and how they interact in the biosphere. Included are topics such as: Scientific method, biochemistry, genetics, evolution, cells (structure, division, and energy usage), ecology and exploration of the various kingdoms (including some dissection). Biology is aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards.
    Date School Fee
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBE$285.00Closed
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • Chemistry (SC3311)
    Chemistry is a course that deals specifically with the nature of matter. Through lecture, laboratory activities and demonstrations, students will improve their ability to observe accurately, organize information effectively, become adept at making valid conclusions, and improve their problem-solving skills. Special emphasis is placed on quantitative problem solving. Topics include: (1) atomic theory and structure, (2) the properties of matter and how matter changes, (3) thermodynamics and equilibrium, (4) acid-base chemistry, and (5) reaction kinetics. This is a lab-based course that is aligned with Next Generation Science Standards.
    Date School Fee
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBE$285.00
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBS$285.00
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBW$285.00
  • Chemistry (SC3312)
    Chemistry is a course that deals specifically with the nature of matter. Through lecture, laboratory activities and demonstrations, students will improve their ability to observe accurately, organize information effectively, become adept at making valid conclusions, and improve their problem-solving skills. Special emphasis is placed on quantitative problem solving. Topics include: (1) atomic theory and structure, (2) the properties of matter and how matter changes, (3) thermodynamics and equilibrium, (4) acid-base chemistry, and (5) reaction kinetics. This is a lab-based course that is aligned with Next Generation Science Standards.
    Date School Fee
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBS$285.00
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBE$285.00Closed
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBN$285.00
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBS$285.00
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • Consumer Management (FC3813)
    Learn to "live" the concepts of budgeting, investing, renting or buying a home, reconciling your checkbook, getting credit, and preparing income taxes as a consumer, worker, and a citizen in our market economy! This Junior/Senior course is designed to assist students with the challenges of living with a roommate or marriage partner.
    Date School Fee
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBE$285.00
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBS$285.00
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBW$285.00
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBE$285.00Closed
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBS$285.00
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • Edgenuity (NC6011)
    Edgenuity is an INVITE ONLY course. Students enrolled in this course will have received a letter with a course description and details regarding registration.
    Date School Fee
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBE$285.00Closed
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBN$285.00
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBS$285.00Closed
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • Edgenuity (NC6012)
    Edgenuity is an INVITE ONLY course. Students enrolled in this course will have received a letter with a course description and details regarding registration.
    Date School Fee
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBE$285.00Closed
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBN$285.00
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBS$285.00Closed
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • English 1 (EN1011)
    English 1 introduces students to the major genres, themes, and approaches that they will encounter throughout their high school career in the English classroom. Activities, assignments, and thematic units will encourage students to make meaningful connections and to extend understanding beyond the text. Through a balance of contemporary and classic works from a multitude of genres, students will improve their writing, reading, speaking, and listening skills.
    Date School Fee
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBE$285.00Closed
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBN$285.00Closed
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • English 1 (EN1012)
    English 1 introduces students to the major genres, themes, and approaches that they will encounter throughout their high school career in the English classroom. Activities, assignments, and thematic units will encourage students to make meaningful connections and to extend understanding beyond the text. Through a balance of contemporary and classic works from a multitude of genres, students will improve their writing, reading, speaking, and listening skills.
    Date School Fee
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBE$285.00Closed
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBN$285.00
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • English 2 (EN2011)
    This course includes units in literature and composition to strengthen skills in reading as well as expository and descriptive writing. Composition work focuses on improvement of sentence structure, vocabulary, and usage. In literature, students read selected poems, short stories, drama, and novels, which demonstrate effective use of language. In addition, students complete a library research project.
    Date School Fee
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBE$285.00Closed
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBN$285.00
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBS$285.00
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • English 2 (EN2012)
    This course includes units in literature and composition to strengthen skills in reading as well as expository and descriptive writing. Composition work focuses on improvement of sentence structure, vocabulary, and usage. In literature, students read selected poems, short stories, drama, and novels, which demonstrate effective use of language. In addition, students complete a library research project.
    Date School Fee
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBE$285.00Closed
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBN$285.00
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBS$285.00
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • English 3 (EN3011)
    This course offers an in-depth study of some of America's most prized literary works in various genres. Students will learn to question, predict, and interpret the ways in which great literature can illuminate the human experience. Activities and assignments will encourage students to think critically about authorial intent and a text's enduring understanding. Students will also practice expository, persuasive and research writing to learn the various components of delivering an effective argument.
    Date School Fee
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBE$285.00Closed
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBN$285.00
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • English 3 (EN3012)
    This course offers an in-depth study of some of America's most prized literary works in various genres. Students will learn to question, predict, and interpret the ways in which great literature can illuminate the human experience. Activities and assignments will encourage students to think critically about authorial intent and a text's enduring understanding. Students will also practice expository, persuasive and research writing to learn the various components of delivering an effective argument.
    Date School Fee
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBE$285.00Closed
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBN$285.00
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • GAPP (WL1000)
    This course is by invite only for GAPP students
    Date School Fee
    06/13/2017-06/29/2017GBE$0.00Closed
  • Geometry (MA2111)
    Geometry is the study of points, lines, planes and their relationships. Polygons will be studied in detail, and formal proofs are emphasized. Algebraic skills will be strengthened and extended throughout the course.
    Date School Fee
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBE$285.00
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBN$285.00Closed
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBS$285.00
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • Geometry (MA2112)
    Geometry is the study of points, lines, planes and their relationships. Polygons will be studied in detail, and formal proofs are emphasized. Algebraic skills will be strengthened and extended throughout the course.
    Date School Fee
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBN$285.00
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBE$285.00Closed
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBN$285.00
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBS$285.00
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • Geometry ELL (MA2141)
    Prerequisite: Algebra 1. Geometry is an integrated course in plane, solid, and coordinate geometry. This course emphasizes problem-solving skills as opportunities for review of algebra.
    Date School Fee
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBE$0.00
  • Geometry ELL (MA2142)
    Prerequisite: Algebra 1. Geometry is an integrated course in plane, solid, and coordinate geometry. This course emphasizes problem-solving skills as opportunities for review of algebra.
    Date School Fee
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBE$0.00Closed
  • Health ELL (HE1041)
    The course provides students with factual information in order for them to make healthy life decisions. This course includes the study of individual growth and development, protection and promotion of health and wellness, hazards of drugs, alcohol and tobacco, diseases, mental health, CPR and AED training. Content delivery is modified to facilitate both English language development, and an understanding of health and wellness. Successful completion of this course meets the health education requirement.
    Date School Fee
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBN$0.00
  • Independent Living ELL (FC3392)
    This semester-long course is for English Learners who are interested in learning to manage money. Topics include budgeting, investing, renting or buying a home, writing checks and reconciling a checkbook, using credit cards wisely, completing income tax forms and more! Additional life skills taught include researching and preparing for a career, writing a letter of application, completing an application form, and preparing for an interview. The class is designed to assist students to transition into an adult world and to make sound decisions. Further development of language skills (reading, writing, speaking and listening) is also stressed. ***This course fulfills the Consumer Education graduation requirement***
    Date School Fee
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBW$0.00Closed
  • Intro to Speech (SP1013)
    A variety of useful and interesting speech activities will be included. You will learn how to present yourself confidently before an audience and how to organize your thoughts through effective speech - writing techniques, as well as how to be poised and dynamic. Learn about words and body language, how to listen and evaluate what you hear and other daily communication needs, including how to effectively communicate in group settings requiring teamwork.
    Date School Fee
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBE$285.00
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBN$285.00Closed
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBS$285.00
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBW$285.00Closed
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBE$285.00Closed
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBN$285.00
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBS$285.00
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • Mandarin 1 (FL1411)
    The Glenbard West High School Summer Intensive Chinese Language Program is designed to help students develop functional language ability in spoken and written Mandarin. Students in Level 1 learn to create with sentence level language, ask and answer questions, and handle simple everyday life situations. The curriculum at this level also aims to help learners acquire and expand their knowledge of Chinese culture.
    Date School Fee
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • Mandarin 1 (FL1412)
    The Glenbard West High School Summer Intensive Chinese Language Program is designed to help students develop functional language ability in spoken and written Mandarin. Students in Level 1 learn to create with sentence level language, ask and answer questions, and handle simple everyday life situations. The curriculum at this level also aims to help learners acquire and expand their knowledge of Chinese culture. (Sem. 2)
    Date School Fee
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • Physical Education (PE1061)
    Physical Education semester course.
    Date School Fee
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBE$285.00Closed
  • Physical Education (PE1062)
    Physical Education semester course.
    Date School Fee
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBE$285.00Closed
  • Physics (SC4011)
    This course presents the subject not as a body of facts, but rather as a continuing process by which we seek to understand the nature of the physical universe. Emphasis is placed on logical and mathematical analysis of theoretical and experimental situations. The concepts of physics are investigated and discovered in the laboratory followed by problem solving and graphical analysis. Among the topics studied are: measurement, motion, energy, Newton's Laws, light, waves, sound, electricity and magnetism.
    Date School Fee
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBE$285.00Closed
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • Physics (SC4012)
    This course presents the subject not as a body of facts, but rather as a continuing process by which we seek to understand the nature of the physical universe. Emphasis is placed on logical and mathematical analysis of theoretical and experimental situations. The concepts of physics are investigated and discovered in the laboratory followed by problem solving and graphical analysis. Among the topics studied are: measurement, motion, energy, Newton's Laws, light, waves, sound, electricity and magnetism.
    Date School Fee
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBE$285.00Closed
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBN$285.00Closed
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • Pre Calculus (MA4511)
    Pre-calculus is a one year course that emphasizes an in-depth understanding of functions, including linear, quadratic, exponential, and trigonometric functions. Other topics include vectors, matrices, logarithms, and complex numbers. Real world applications are used. There is extensive graphing calculator use in this course.
    Date School Fee
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBE$285.00Closed
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • Pre Calculus (MA4512)
    Pre-calculus is a one year course that emphasizes an in-depth understanding of functions, including linear, quadratic, exponential, and trigonometric functions. Other topics include vectors, matrices, logarithms, and complex numbers. Real world applications are used. There is extensive graphing calculator use in this course.
    Date School Fee
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBE$285.00Closed
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • Speech ELL (SP1043)
    This course is designed with the English Language Learner in mind. Students will build and expand their communication skills and vocabulary. The class incorporates individual, partner, and group work that explore a variety of speech activities. The highlights include job interviewing, a Radio/TV News report, and speeches that focus on cultural celebrations, a demonstration, personal narratives and informative topics.
    Date School Fee
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBN$0.00
  • Tech Essentials ELL (BU1023)
    This course is for English Learners who are interested in building their technology skills. Keyboarding is a necessity for everyone in today's computerized society! In this course, students learn basic keyboarding techniques (including the proper touch system) for using computer equipment at Glenbard West and in the business world. Students will begin learning word processing skills using the Windows operating system and Microsoft Word software. Students will develop efficiency (speed and accuracy) at the computer as they learn to key reports, personal letters, outlines, title pages, works cited pages, etc. In addition, students will learn to use the internet to search for information quickly and effectively. The development of language skills is incorporated throughout the course. A variety of skill-building software is also used to assist students in attaining higher keyboarding speeds and increased accuracy.
    Date School Fee
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBW$0.00Closed
  • Technology Essentials (BU1013)
    Technology Essentials is a course designed to teach students the computer skills necessary for success in high school and beyond. Students will become proficient in the use of Microsoft Office programs (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access and Publisher) and build simple web pages. Keyboarding speed and technique will be developed through work on drills and other assignments.
    Date School Fee
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBE$285.00
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBW$285.00Closed
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBE$285.00Closed
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • U.S. Government & Politics (SS4314)
    Students in U.S. Government and Politics will begin their study by examining classical political philosophies and explore the practical operations of government at the local, state, and national levels. Students will be encouraged to think critically about the role of individual citizens in the political process and are expected to engage in activities which involve active citizenship both in and outside of the classroom. State Requirement: A passing grade on the U.S./Illinois Constitution exam is required for graduation. Glenbard Requirement: Successful completion of this course fulfills the civics requirement for graduation.
    Date School Fee
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBE$285.00
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBN$285.00Closed
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBS$285.00
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBW$285.00Closed
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBE$285.00Closed
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBS$285.00
  • U.S. History (SS3011)
    U.S. History is a survey course covering the history of the United States from the Colonial Period through the 20th Century. By examining the political, social, and economic roots, students will better understand the current developments that affect their lives. Students will expand their reading, writing, speaking, and critical thinking skills as they analyze primary and secondary historical materials and evaluate the ideals upon which the United States was built. Successful completion of this course fulfills the U.S. History graduation requirement.
    Date School Fee
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBE$285.00
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBN$285.00Closed
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBS$285.00
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • U.S. History (SS3012)
    U.S. History is a survey course covering the history of the United States from the Colonial Period through the 20th Century. By examining the political, social, and economic roots, students will better understand the current developments that affect their lives. Students will expand their reading, writing, speaking, and critical thinking skills as they analyze primary and secondary historical materials and evaluate the ideals upon which the United States was built. Successful completion of this course fulfills the U.S. History graduation requirement.
    Date School Fee
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBE$285.00Closed
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBN$285.00Closed
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBS$285.00
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • World Hist (SS1211)
    World History studies the diverse cultures of the world as well as significant events from the first civilizations to the modern age so that students may better appreciate the story of humankind.
    Date School Fee
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBE$285.00
    06/07/2017-06/29/2017GBW$285.00Closed
  • World Hist (SS1212)
    World History studies the diverse cultures of the world as well as significant events from the first civilizations to the modern age so that students may better appreciate the story of humankind.
    Date School Fee
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBE$285.00Closed
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBN$285.00
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBW$285.00Closed
Go to Credit Courses

Non-Credit (Bridge)

  • Algebra 2 with Trigonometry Bridge (BR3413)
    Topics include relations and functions, polynomial functions, the factor and remainder theorems, trigonometric functions, and problem solving skills. Emphasis is placed on the use of modern technology in solving problems.
    Date School Fee
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBE$134.00Closed
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBS$134.00Closed
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBW$134.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBS$134.00
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBW$134.00Closed
  • Algebra 2 with Trigonometry Honors Bridge (BR3421)
    Topics include relations and functions, polynomial functions, the factor and remainder theorems, trigonometric functions, and problem solving skills. Emphasis is placed on the use of modern technology in solving problems. This class addresses the fast moving pace of the honors curriculum during the regular school year. This class addressed the fast moving pace of the honors curriculum during the regular school year.
    Date School Fee
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBN$0.00Closed
    06/12/2017-06/28/2017GBS$134.00Closed
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBW$0.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBE$0.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBN$0.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBS$134.00
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBW$0.00Closed
  • Algebra Bridge (BR1111)
    The goal of the program is to assist students in making a successful transition from middle school to high school The course will reinforce Pre-Algebra skills by working on specific topics where students typically need extra support.
    Date School Fee
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBE$0.00Closed
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBN$0.00Closed
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBS$0.00Closed
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBW$0.00Closed
    07/05/2017-07/21/2017GBS$0.00
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBE$0.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBN$0.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBW$0.00Closed
  • AP Biology Bridge (BR7001)
    The skills necessary to success in AP Biology will be reinforced. Note-taking and study skills will be taught, as well as a review of the foundational Biology (i.e. biochemistry and evolution). Another focus will be in scientific writing, as it is different from essay writing in English. This course will be especially beneficial for students who took Regular Biology in order to bridge the gap between regular and honor. Anyone who struggled in Honors Biology or wants to make sure to start the year of strong will benefit from this course.
    Date School Fee
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBW$0.00Closed
  • AP English Language and Composition Bridge (EC1301)
    Students will refine their close reading skill; receive guided instruction shaping their summer reading annotations; learn tips and tricks for how to effectively write the poetry, prose and open-ended essay questions on the AP exam; and take a pre/post-assessment for goal setting areas in need of improvement for next year's AP course. The AP English Language and Composition Bridge will build the foundational skills necessary for success in the English AP program.
    Date School Fee
    07/10/2017-07/20/2017GBE$108.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBW$134.00Closed
  • AP Launch (AP2323)
    In order to help first time AP students be prepared for an AP course, we are offering an AP preparation program called AP Launch. This is a free one week program that will help students feel more prepared for AP. We will discuss time management, study skills, self advocacy, and forming study groups.
    Date School Fee
    06/12/2017-06/15/2017GBE$0.00Closed
    06/12/2017-06/15/2017GBW$0.00Closed
    06/26/2017-06/29/2017GBW$0.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/13/2017GBE$0.00Closed
    07/24/2017-07/28/2017GBN$0.00
    07/24/2017-07/27/2017GBW$0.00
  • Biology Bridge (BR2013)
    Biology can be a fascinating course where students explore life sciences such as genetics, cell biology, environment impact, ecology, and more. But did you know that this challenging course involves in depth analysis and reading skills? Success in biology depends on these skills plus student interest and engagement. Therefore, this Biology Bridge offers a hands-on course designed with interactive lab activities, concept development, and academic strategies to prepare students for the study of biology.
    Date School Fee
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBE$0.00Closed
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBS$0.00Closed
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBW$0.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBE$0.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBS$0.00
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBW$0.00Closed
  • Biology Honors Bridge (BR2014)
    Biology Honors focuses on the major themes of life. Topics of study include cell structure and function, genetics, evolution, biochemistry, ecology, and body systems. This course is designed to prepare students to the rigor and pace of a freshman honors science course.
    Date School Fee
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBE$0.00Closed
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBS$0.00Closed
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBW$0.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBE$0.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBS$0.00
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBW$0.00Closed
  • Chemistry Bridge (BR4612)
    This bridge class will provide a solid foundation for students in understanding lab methods, and expectations and content before beginning Chemistry in the fall. The goal is to have this class prepare students for further learning about chemistry of matter, equilibrium, kinetics, potential and kinetic energy, and atomic structure.
    Date School Fee
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBS$134.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBS$134.00
  • Chemistry Honors Bridge (BR4613)
    This bridge class will provide a solid foundation for students in understanding lab methods and expectations and content before beginning chemistry honors in the fall. The goal is to have this class prepare students for further learning about chemistry of matter, equilibrium, kinetics, potential and kinetic energy, and atomic structure and the fast pace of the chemistry honors environment.
    Date School Fee
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBS$134.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBS$134.00
  • College 101 (BR1107)
    College 101 will assist rising seniors with their post-high school planning. Students will begin preparing their applications, college essays, and activity resumes. Through the use of Naviance, students will explore college options and narrow down their college choices by choosing safety, sure-entry, and reach schools. Students will complete their senior information profile, submit an initial college essay, and will begin their college applications using the Common Application. (2:00-5:00)
    Date School Fee
    08/09/2017-08/10/2017GBW$75.00
  • DBQ Boot Camp (BR5032)
    West's Document Based Question (DBQ) Boot Camp provides students with an opportunity to improve their social studies writing skills. During this four day class, students will learn strategies to assist in the decoding the DBQ prompts, planning of essays and an analyzing the documents. Students will self assess, peer edit and examine retired exams. This course is an excellent resource for the experienced or novice DBQ student who is looking to improve their AP Social Studies writing performance. This course meets from 8:30-11:30.
    Date School Fee
    06/12/2017-06/15/2017GBW$50.00Closed
  • ELL Enrichment (EC3101)
    The ELL summer Enrichment course will assist students in the areas of reading, writing, listening, and speaking English while exploring some interesting sites. Students will go on one educational field trip during the course. Students are required to complete assignments/projects in order to participate in the field trip. This is a non-credit course. This course is highly recommended for students who need extra help with their English skills.
    Date School Fee
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBN$0.00
  • ELL Pre-Algebra / Algebra Bridge (MA1108)
    The goal of the program is to assist students with both Pre-Algebra and Algebra skills by working on specific topics where students typically need extra support.
    Date School Fee
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBW$0.00Closed
  • English 1 Bridge (BR1011)
    Worried that your English skills will get rusty over the summer? Do you know what your new teachers will expect of you? Want to jump start your transition into high school? This course is designed to help students enrolled in English 1 gain a better understanding of what skills they need to master in freshman English. Learn organizational skills that will help with reading, note-taking and essay writing as well as working collaboratively in small and large groups. Invite a friend or come to meet new people. This course is a great way to bridge your middle school memories to the high school experience.
    Date School Fee
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBE$0.00Closed
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBN$0.00Closed
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBS$0.00Closed
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBW$0.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBE$0.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBN$0.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBS$0.00
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBW$0.00Closed
  • English 1 Honors Bridge (BR1021)
    This bridge course is for freshman students committed to challenging themselves in English 1 Honors. This course will expose and engage students to various types of analytical reading writing, and discussions. Skills to be developed include textual annotation, proper note taking and organizing essays. Content is constructed to stimulate intellectual thinking and prepare students to the rigor and pace of a freshman honors course.
    Date School Fee
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBE$0.00Closed
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBS$0.00Closed
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBW$0.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBE$0.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBN$0.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBS$0.00
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBW$0.00Closed
  • English 2 Honors Bridge (BR1122)
    This course is for sophomore students committed to challenging themselves in English 2 Honors. After completing this course, students will have developed the necessary skills required for English 2 Honors where they will need to analyze works of literature from various genres with a mature understanding , and then justify opinions about the literature in well-organized argumentative expository, or narrative essays.
    Date School Fee
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBN$134.00Closed
  • French Bridge for Level 2 (BR2311)
    This one week long course is designed for incoming freshmen as well as current Glenbard students who need additional practice in the language before entering French 2. Students will focus on key skills and concepts to ensure a smooth transition to the level 2 world language classroom. This class will run from 8:30 to 11:30.
    Date School Fee
    06/12/2017-06/15/2017GBS$0.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/13/2017GBS$0.00
  • Geometry Honors Bridge (BR2213)
    Designed to reinforce the material learned in Algebra, and to assist students in the transition from middle school to high school mathematics, this course provides a head start on material covered in Honors Geometry.
    Date School Fee
    06/12/2017-06/22/2017GBE$0.00Closed
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBS$0.00Closed
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBW$0.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBE$0.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBS$0.00
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBW$0.00Closed
  • Integrated Algebra/Geometry Bridge (BR1121)
    Students enrolled in Integrated Algebra and Geometry for next school year will hit the ground running and the expectation being that students have a solid Algebra foundation to begin with. This Bridge class will focus on building and refreshing algebra skills that are vital to a student's success in this course. We will work through solving equations, graphing, factoring, and much more to build a level of confidence for beginning Integrated Algebra and Geometry.
    Date School Fee
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBE$0.00Closed
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBN$0.00Closed
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBS$0.00Closed
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBW$0.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBE$0.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBN$0.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBS$0.00
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBW$0.00Closed
  • Pathways to English & Math (EM9316)
    This course is INVITE ONLY. Middle school (rising 7th & 8th grade) students will further their skill development of key concepts in reading, writing, and mathematics. This enjoyable summer program will have students engaged with peers in a learning environment conducive to exploration and practice.
    Date School Fee
    07/10/2017-07/27/2017GBW$0.00
  • Physics Bridge (BR2015)
    This bridge class will provide a solid foundation for students in understanding lab methods, and expectations and content before beginning Physics in the fall. The goal is to have this class prepare students for further learning about physics of matter, equilibrium, kinetics, potential and kinetic energy, and atomic structure.
    Date School Fee
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBS$134.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBS$134.00
  • Physics Honors Bridge (BR2016)
    This bridge class will give students the solid foundation required to be successful in a physics class about measurements, motion, energy, Newton's Laws, electricity, magnetism, and waves. Emphasis will be on developing questions during class discussions, creating and interpreting graphs of experimental data, and mathematical applications of data analysis. This class will get students ready for a full year of physics and ready to discuss the subject not as a body of facts, but rather as a continuing process by which we seek to understand the nature of the physical universe. This class also prepares students for the fast pace of a physics honors class curriculum.
    Date School Fee
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBS$134.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBS$134.00
  • Pre Calculus (MA4512)
    Pre-calculus is a one year course that emphasizes an in-depth understanding of functions, including linear, quadratic, exponential, and trigonometric functions. Other topics include vectors, matrices, logarithms, and complex numbers. Real world applications are used. There is extensive graphing calculator use in this course.
    Date School Fee
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBS$134.00Closed
  • Pre Calculus Bridge (BR4512)
    Providing reinforcement of the skills learned in Algebra 2 With Trigonometry, this bridge provides a foundation for success in pre-calculus. Topics will include a review of functions, curve sketching, exponential logarithmic functions, and extension of basic trigonometric functions.
    Date School Fee
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBE$134.00Closed
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBS$134.00Closed
    06/12/2017-06/27/2017GBW$134.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBE$134.00Closed
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBS$134.00
    07/10/2017-07/25/2017GBW$134.00Closed
  • Spanish Bridge for Level 2 (BR2211)
    This one week long course is designed for incoming freshmen as well as current Glenbard students who need additional practice in the language before entering Spanish 2. Students will focus on key skills and concepts to ensure a smooth transition to the level 2 world language classroom.
    Date School Fee
    06/12/2017-06/15/2017GBS$0.00Closed
    06/19/2017-06/22/2017GBN$0.00Closed
  • U.S. Government & Politics (SS4314)
    Students in U.S. Government and Politics will begin their study by examining classical political philosophies and explore the practical operations of government at the local, state, and national levels. Students will be encouraged to think critically about the role of individual citizens in the political process and are expected to engage in activities which involve active citizenship both in and outside of the classroom. State Requirement: A passing grade on the U.S./Illinois Constitution exam is required for graduation. Glenbard Requirement: Successful completion of this course fulfills the civics requirement for graduation.
    Date School Fee
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBN$285.00
    07/05/2017-07/27/2017GBW$285.00