Summer Bridge 2022
Summer Bridge is an academic enrichment summer school offered by Bishop Gorman Catholic School. Courses are offered in academic endeavors which will help students prepare for the upcoming school year. Tuition varies depending on the length of the class. The additional registration fees cover the cost of materials.
The Bishop Gorman athletic department also offers many summer sports camps. The athletics department will email parents with more information.
- Final Registration Deadline - May 27th
- Online Registration and Payment Form
- Course Descriptions & Dates
Book Clubs will feature the assigned summer reading books for students at each grade level for sixth – tenth grades. Classes will help students build analytical skills, as well as begin or complete assignments related to their assigned summer reading. Students will need to bring their own copy of the book to class.
Math Mania 1
Strongly encouraged for sixth-seventh graders and new students. Introduction to Math skills, including all multiplication and division skills, Pre-Algebra, Factoring, Fractions, 1-2 variables, number lines, positive and negative integers, and more. How to do word problems, and how to work two and three-step problems.
What are some memory skills I need to know? How to study for Math classes and Math facts. Why do I have to write the steps down? Why is it important that I know these steps? How do I take notes in Math class? What exactly do I need to understand? How can I remember this information?
Math Mania 2
Strongly encouraged for eighth-ninth graders and new students. Review of Pre-Algebra Math skills, including all multiplication and division two and three-step skills, Pre-Algebra facts, Factoring, Fractions (add, subtract, multiply, divide, in and out of equations), 1-2 variables, positive and negative integers, and more. What keywords to look for in word problems and how to solve them.
What are some memory skills I need to know? How to study for Math classes and Math facts? Why do I have to write the steps down? Why is it important that I know these steps? How do I take notes in Math class? What exactly do I need to understand? How can I remember this information?
Theotokos, Woman, Mother, Disciple
This class will reflect upon the person of Mary of Nazareth within the framework of Catholic teachings: Mary-Ever Virgin, Mother of God, the Immaculate Conception, Mary’s Assumption into Heaven, Mary as Disciple of Christ, and Mary as the Mother of the Church. This class is a good primer for Theology Classes at the College Level. Students will bring their own Sacred Scripture (New American Standard, King James, English Standard, or Berean Study Bible). Other texts will be provided.