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After School & School Vacation Week Programming

 

Effective January 2022:  All students (including non-credit students enrolled in any on-campus courses or off-site clinical) will be required to provide Middlesex Community College proof of COVID-19 vaccination prior to coming on-campus.  More info will follow on the documentation process for non-credit students.  
 
To enroll for After School and School Vacation Week Programming call 1-800-818-3434 to register.
YTH courses are not eligible for Commonwealth of Mass. employee tuition waivers.
 

In order to register please call 1-800-818-3434.  Please click on the course link for a more detailed course description. Questions or concerns please email us.  

  

ACADEMIC ENRICHMENT YOUTH COURSES

Algebra l Review

These review courses are intended for students entering 7th - 12th grade that would like to strengthen their algebra skills. Classes will meet twice a week virtually for 1 hour where a MCC mathematics faculty member will review the concepts, do problems and answer questions.  Content includes the following topics: Simplifying expressions, Definition of like terms, Combining like terms, Linear and Polynomial, Solving Linear equations, Graphing Linear equations, Equations of lines, Solving linear inequalities, Graphing linear inequalities.  Students participating are required to have a solid foundation in arithmetic, including fractions and decimal operations.  This class is being taught using Blackboard Collaborate.  (10 hours) $150

10/25-11/29       5:30pm - 7:30pm          Wednesday             Henderson Hall, room 116

Course Number: YTH 786 75           CRN: 18163          Professor: WEISMAN        

 

Algebra ll Review

These review courses are intended for students entering 7th - 12th grade that would like to strengthen their algebra skills. Classes will meet twice a week virtually for 1 hour where a MCC mathematics faculty member will review the concepts, do problems and answer questions.  Content includes the following topics: Systems of equations, Quadratics, Graphing, Factoring, Solving (with and without quadratic Equation), Absolute Value, Radicals.  Students participating are required to have a solid foundation in Algebra 1.  This course will be taught using Blackboard Collaborate.  (10 hours) $150

10/26-11/30         5:30pm - 7:30pm             Wednesday         Henderson Hall, room 116

Course Number: YTH 787 75          CRN: 18164          Professor: WEISMAN      

 

How to Write a Thesis Statement & Start the Essay 

This class shows students the proper way to write a distinct thesis statement which 
is usually a short sentence that sums up the main point or purpose of a student’s 
writing. Through a series of interactive activities, writing assignments, and visuals 
students explore various types of introductions that lead to the all-important 
“thesis statement”. (9 hours) $159 


09/20 - 10/11    4:30pm - 6:30pm        Tuesday/Thursday         Online with Class Meeting Times 


Course Number: YTH 803 75         CRN: 18239           Professor: BUSKEY 


Strategies for Academic Success 

This course is designed to provide students with strategies for strengthening 
academic support. These strategies will include: Organization, time management, 
communication with instructors, developing an academic mindset, managing 
stress, strategies for learning new information, strategies to prepare for all types of 
assessments including tests/quizzes/projects. (12 hours) $159 


09/15 - 10/20    7:00pm - 8:30pm        Thursday           Bedford Campus Building: Henderson Hall, room 113 


Course Number: YTH 805 30          CRN: 18247             Professor: BUSKEY 


Fundamentals of Learning Grammar and Punctuation 


This course is designed to include three major areas of the language arts 
curriculum: the Eight Parts of Speech, correct usage, mechanics and the use of 
proper punctuation. Resource Recommended: The Best Grammar Workbook Ever by 
Miller Zoom is the platform method to be used to teach the class. (10 hours) $159 


11/03 - 12/08     4:30pm - 6:30pm         Thursday         Lowell Campus Building: Cowan Center, room 115 


Course Number: YTH 789 80          CRN: 18247         Professor: BUSKEY

               

 

 

If you have any questions please call Program Manager, Lauren Ellis, 781-280-3669 or send us an email.

 

 

Last Modified: 8/9/22