CHC makes learning fun and engaging all year. Our Summer Learning Program is optional — but it’s a great option included with the cost of tuition for Kindergarten through Grade 8 students.
This special program created by CHC Faculty members is seamlessly aligned with our curriculum to help ensure students’ academic preparedness and grade-level readiness when they begin the next school year. Summer learning also encourages students to pursue their special interests, and it provides them with some structure they and their parents often appreciate.
To complete our Summer Learning Program courses, returning students use their CHC-issued iPads for anytime, anywhere access to instruction and enrichment activities focused primarily on Literacy and Math.
We help students of The Lower and Upper Schools remain encouraged, motivated and acountable by making Faculty members available to them for online check-ins. To access these online meetings, students use the 2020 Summer Learning Check-in schedule below, open their Canvas app, and look for the meeting link posted on the home page of each course they’re wanting to check in about.
2020 Summer Learning Check-in schedule
Students are invited to check in with a CHC Faculty member at the following times every Tuesday and Thursday, June 2-Aug. 6.
The Lower School
- 9-9:30 a.m. – Students entering Kindergarten, Grade 1 and Grade 2
- 9:30-10 a.m. – Students entering Grade 3 and Grade 4
The Upper School
- 9-9:30 a.m. – Students entering Grade 5 and Grade 6
- 9:30-10 a.m. – Students entering Grade 7 and Grade 8
Summer Reading Requirements for Students of The Upper School
Each summer, students in Grades 6-8 are challenged to enrich their lives through reading. They select two books of their choice. To help them choose well, our Langauge Arts Faculty members have assembled lists of recommended reading.