|Credits: 1 Semester Phy Ed Elective Credit||Semester: ||Dates: June 8 - July 1||Days: M-TH||Times: 1pm - 3:30pm||Room: |
|Prerequisites: One semester of physical education is required for graduation|
|Grades Allowed: 10-12|
M-TH | June 8 - July 1 | 1pm - 3:30pm
1 Semester Phy Ed Elective Credit | $275 | Grades 10-12
One semester of physical education is required for graduation.
Students should have a good bike, helmet, and good walking/hiking shoes. Monday, students will bike area trails
like the Gateway Trail in North St. Paul. Tuesday, students will hike trails in the Maplewood area. Wednesday and
Thursday will be activity days depending on the weather. Typical units offered are: Tennis, Frisbee Golf, Ultimate
Frisbee, Footgolf, Softball, Badminton, Pickleball, Ping Pong. We will be flexible with the units offered based on
student interest. An off campus waiver must be signed before class begins
Please Note: The final three days of class will be an ONLINE ONLY component June 29 - July 1, 2020.
|0738||Build A Virtual Reality Video Game||
|Credits: 1 Semester Technology Academy Tracks Elective Credit||Semester: ||Dates: June 15 - July 23||Days: M-TH||Times: 12:30pm - 3:30pm||Room: |
|Prerequisites: No programming background required|
|Grades Allowed: Grades 9-12|
0738 Build A Virtual Reality Video Game
M-TH | June 15 - July 23 | 12:30pm - 3:30pm
1 Semester Technology Academy Tracks Elective Credit | $275 | Grades 9-12
Have you and your friends ever talked about making video games, but didn’t know where to start? Want to start
learning about virtual reality (VR) and programming? Here’s your answer: video games and virtual reality at the
same time! In this class, you will work on your own and in a group with Fusion 360 and Blender 3D modelling
software, Unity video game engine, C# scripting, and state-of-the-art HTC Vive virtual reality hardware. No
programming background required.
|0724||Introduction To Coding||
|Credits: 1 Semester Technology Academy Tracks Elective Credit||Semester: ||Dates: June 15 - July 23||Days: M-TH||Times: 9am - 12pm||Room: |
|Grades Allowed: Grades 9-12|
0724 Introduction To Coding
M-TH | June 15 - July 23 | 9am - 12pm
1 Semester Technology Academy Tracks Elective Credit |
$275 | Grades 9-12
Explore the building blocks of the digital world all around us. Dip a toe in the world of website and mobile
application design, and learn why application design and programming are, and will continue to be, one of the
fastest growing job sectors in the world. Learn to program in the world’s most popular computer languages. The
and Python, and recognize how these are used to program sites such as Facebook and YouTube. In addition,
students will learn about programming in Ruby and jQuery, and study how these can make sites and applications
|0603||Summer Spanish Success||
|Credits: 1 Credit for incoming students grades 8-12||Semester: ||Dates: June 3 – July 14||Days: M-F||Times: 8:00am - 11:00am||Room: |
|Grades Allowed: 8-12|
0603 Summer Spanish Success
M-F | June 3 – July 14 | $275
8:00am - 11:00am AND/OR ONLINE
1 Credit for incoming students grades 8-12.
Recommended for middle school & high school students
NOTE: please read course description carefully. This six week course has been designed with the flexibility to
accommodate student/family busy summer schedules. It will be taught in both the traditional classroom setting
and online. While physical attendance in the actual classroom is recommended - this class may be taken
almost entirely online if necessary/desired. Students who miss M-TH session(s) will be able to complete the
coursework online. This is a “pass/fail” class. Student must pass the Hill-Murray Spanish 2 entrance exam to
receive credit for this class.
1. The Course Start Date is listed as June 3 ONLY because materials will be listed online on June 3 so that
students may complete an assignment prior to attending the first group class to be held at Hill-Murray on
Monday, June 8. The assignment(s) will be due by June 8.
2. The first group class session at Hill-Murray will be held on Monday, June 8.
3. Group Classes will be held daily at Hill-Murray on Monday through Thursday unless otherwise noted.
4. Class will be taught online every Friday and on the dates noted below.
5. Course Pre-work (June 3 - 5) | Pre-Exam Review (July 6,-9)
6. The Test will be given on Tuesday, July 14 at 2:00 p.m. The test will NOT be available online.
This course is structured to provide a review of the most commonly taught Spanish 1 grammar concepts in order
to increase the probability of a student’s success in passing a Spanish 2 entrance exam. Do you have
knowledge of basic Spanish vocabulary such as numbers, telling time, dates, weather, and family? Are you
familiar with basic verb forms, such as soy, es, tengo, estoy, and estás? This course is for students who have
studied Spanish but need to develop stronger foundational skills before advancing to a more rigorous high
school Spanish 2 class. This includes students who may have struggled in Spanish 1 and need to review
Spanish 1 grammar prior to entering Spanish 2.
It is especially geared toward students with years of elementary school Spanish who wish to enter high school at
the Spanish 2 level but may be missing some of the grammar needed to pass their high school Spanish 2
This summer class will provide students the opportunity to review essential high school Spanish 1 grammar
concepts. At the end of this course, incoming students grades 8 - 12 may choose to take Hill-Murray’s placement
test to determine whether they are ready for a high school Spanish 2 course.
All students will require a three-ring binder, a notebook, and a pen. Students will also each need daily access to
a laptop for use during classes and to complete online work.
|0120||Ecumenism And World Religions||
|Credits: 1 Semester, 1 Credit||Semester: ||Dates: July 8 - July 31||Days: M-F||Times: 1pm-4:30pm||Room: |
|Grades Allowed: 11-12|
|0120 Ecumenism And World Religions|
M-F | July 8 - July 31 | 1pm-4:30pm
1 Semester, 1 Credit | $275 | Grades 11-12
The course will cover similarities and differences between Eastern Orthodox, Protestant, and Evangelical Churches
with the Catholic Church. The Catholic approach to ecumenism and the accomplishments of modern ecumenical
dialogue will be examined. The course will also focus on inter-religious dialogue between the Catholic Church with
Native American, Jewish, Muslim, and Buddhist beliefs.