Summer Vacation is the Perfect Time to Get Ahead

At Elpis College, we recognize the value of 10 weeks of summer vacation. That is why we have developed programs that use the summer holidays in the best academic way possible.

We have several options for you to choose from:
  • Credit Courses
  • Summer Camp
  • Grade 9 Welcome Program
  • General Preview Courses

See below for more details, or click on one of the brochures on the left. Please feel free to contact us for more information, or to register for one of our programs.
We offer courses in English, math, science, business and more. Choose from three sessions: July (hybrid day classes), August (hybrid day classes), July and August (online night classes).

  • Term 1: July
    • 4 weeks; 110 hours
    • Monday – Friday (M/F: online; T/W/Th: in person)
    • 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
  • Term 2: August
    • 4 weeks; 110 hours
    • Monday – Friday (M/F: online; T/W/Th: in person)
    • 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
  • Term 3: July and August
    • 7 weeks; 110 hours
    • Monday – Thursday (all classes online)
    • 4:00 – 7:00 pm

Students can take advantage of our small class sizes and quiet learning environment to make the most of their two-month vacation. And don’t worry … our schedule ensures that there’s time left over for some much-needed R & R.

Check out our brochure to the left, and contact us to register!
Every year, we offer different classes that focus on important target skills, like:
  • Reading and Vocabulary
  • Technical and Creative Writing
  • Drama and Oral Presentations
  • Math Foundations
  • Science Foundations
  • Study Skills and Management (very important, especially for students entering grade 9)

Contact us for more information.
If you are entering high school for the first time this coming September, this program is for you. We offer lessons in academic, social, and financial expectations of being a high-school student. Be introduced to general curricula and course workloads, and the demands of the IB and AP programs.

Why take our welcome program?
  • Learn how to create and rearrange your class timetable.
  • Find out how to manage your time wisely while balancing school, work, and extracurricular activities.
  • Be introduced to the OSSD and its requirements, including community-service hours and the literacy test.
  • Discover the eight Areas of Knowledge in IB, as well as the TOK paper and Extended Essay.
  • Acquaint yourself with the AP program, courses, and exams.

Please check out our brochure on the left for more information, or contact us to find out more.
If you've already got one year of high school or more under your belt, you will find our preview courses very useful.

Why take a preview course?
  • Get a head start on next semester's novels ... Of Mice and Men? The Chrysalids? Ender's Game?
  • Reacquaint yourself with the Bard through Macbeth, Hamlet, or Othello.
  • Brush up on writing skills for next year's English class. Refresh your knowledge of subject-verb agreements, topic vs. theme sentences, and punctuating quotations, among other lessons.
  • Review that tricky unit in math (parabolas, derivatives, sine/cosine/tangent ... you know which ones scare you).
  • Get a good grip on science (nomenclature, organ systems), and be introduced to new topics (stoichiometry, gravitational fields, orgo ... and their friends).

Need more info? Contact us!
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