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SUMMER SESSION 2024

Move-In Day

Sunday, June 16
 

1:30 - 2:30pm   Harrison County 

2:30 - 3:15pm   Doddridge & Ritchie County 

3:15 - 4:00pm   Webster & Upshur County

Go directly to Montgomery Hall (follow signs)

What to Bring

  • Alarm clock

  • Backpack

  • Blanket

  • Comb/brush

  • Deodorant

  • Dress-up outfit

  • Fan

  • Feminine products

  • Hangers

  • Jacket

  • Mini-fridge

  • Pajamas​

  • Pants

  • Phone/charger

  • Pillow

  • Shampoo

  • Sheets/Pillowcase

  • Shirts

  • Shorts

  • Shower shoes

  • Snacks

  • Soap

  • Socks

  • Swimsuit

  • Tennis shoes

  • Toothbrush/paste

  • Towels/washcloths

  • Trash can

  • TV/Entertainment

  • Umbrella

  • Water bottle

  • Week's supply of medication

PARENTS - Please bring a copy of your child's medical insurance information and a list of names/phone numbers of those with permission to transport your child.

Core Classes

All students take core classes to boost their skills in Math, Science, English, History (Seniors only) and Spanish (Sophomores/Juniors only). Core classes are Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 12:00pm (except Wednesdays).

Enrichment Classes

Sophomores & Juniors take their choice of "Enrichment" classes in the afternoon (classes to be announced soon). These classes are designed to allow students to explore different fields and expand their interests.

College & Career Readiness 

Sophomores & Juniors take a Careers class on Wednesday afternoons to learn about college & careers.

Seniors spend Wednesday mornings exploring different careers on and off campus. Twice a week we have Senior Careers Class geared toward jump starting their Senior year tasks.  Seniors are also placed in job shadowing roles three afternoons a week where they can get paid to learn workplace skills and career options.

Prevention Classes

Sophomores & Juniors spend Wednesday mornings in a Positive Prevention class where they learn about healthy choices and relationships.

Test Prep

During our evening Skills Strengthening class, students prepare and practice for the SAT with the TestBright curriculum taught by Language Arts and Math teachers.

Evening Activities

Evenings are packed full of fun, engaging activities, guest speakers and field trips. Some of our activities this summer include swimming, movies, bonfire, group olympics, community service, and more!

July 23-25 is our end-of-summer trip to Wheeling, WV and Pittsburgh, PA. In Wheeling, we will explore WV Independence Hall and the campuses of Wheeling University and West Liberty University. In Pittsburgh we'll discover the University of Pittsburgh's Cathedral of Learning and Nationality Classrooms. We'll have a fun afternoon at Kennywood Park, followed by some time at the Carnegie Science Center.

Student Handbook
Class Schedule
Activity Calendar

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