The W.I.S.E. program (Westminster Interactive Summer Experience) offers an exciting array of online courses for high school students. From the study of the Vietnam War, to literature and algebra, from Spanish and Chemistry, to learning techniques and computer science, the courses are designed to prepare students for the coming school year as well as stimulate their curiosity and develop study skills which will help them in all their future academic pursuits.
Westminster faculty will offer a slate of tutorial-style, non-credit courses. Students will engage directly with faculty each day for an hour and will receive feedback on their independent work, with an overarching goal of improving their critical reading, writing, and verbal skills. In many instances, the courses can provide a preview of the coming year or prepare for a specific standardized test or essay.
Class meetings take place online. The daily online meeting times will have flexibility, and the class teachers may provide a range of meeting times to help with planning purposes.
Courses will be offered during two separate two-week sessions: Session I June 14 - June 25 and Session II July 12 - July 23. The registration deadline for Session I is June 7 and for Session II, July 5. The complete course catalog for 2021 can be found here. The registration form can be found here.
If you have any questions regarding the WISE program, please contact:
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