A tuition-based secondary summer school program will be offered at three area high schools this summer. This program offers a limited number of regular secondary school courses for students to improve gradeaverages, make up work in which they were unsuccessful, earn creditsand prepare for the Maryland Functional Tests. Each course is concentrated and covers the contents of a regular school year in 25 summer school days.
The following is a list of summer school centers and feeder schools:
Old Mill High School Summer Center: Brooklyn Park/Lindale; Corkran Middle; Glen Burnie Senior; Marley Middle; MacArthur Middle; Meade Senior; North County Senior; Old Mill Middle, North; Old Mill Middle,South and Old Mill Senior.
Severna Park High School Summer Center: Broadneck Senior; Chesapeake Bay Middle; Chesapeake Senior; George Fox Middle; Magothy River Middle; Northeast Senior; Severn River Junior; Severn Park Middle and Severna Park Senior.
South River High School Summer Center: Annapolis Middle; Annapolis Senior; Arundel Junior; Arundel Senior; Central Middle; Crofton Junior; Southern Middle; Southern Senior; South River Senior and Wiley H. Bates Middle.
Students must register and attend the summer center for their feeder areas.
The summer session will begin July 12 and end Aug. 16. Two class periods are offered; each lasts two hours and 35 minutes. First period will begin at 7:30 a.m. and end at 10:05 a.m. Second period willbegin at 10:15 a.m. and end at 12:50 p.m. Classes meet Monday through Friday.
Tuition costs have not yet been determined.
Home school guidance counselors should be consulted to discuss the possibilityof attending summer school before July 8.
Registration will be 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. July 8 and 9.
COURSES FOR KIDS
Parents of children ages 3 through 14 can choose from two Kids-In College sessions in a special summer package that supplements individual children's courses at Anne Arundel Community College.
There's a double opportunity to enrich summer vacations with fun and learning. Special sessionclasses in art, science exploration, soccer, gymnastics, computers, fine arts and more run July 8 through 18 and Aug. 5 to 15. Regular offerings start in June and run through late August.
For the specialsession, classes are available mornings and afternoons in two-hour segments Monday through Thursday. Children staying for afternoon classes will have a supervised lunch in the college cafeteria (brown bag it or buy
at the cafeteria).
Separate sections will group children according to age.
Information or for a complete schedule: 541-2325 or 261-2842, Ext. 325. South County residents should call 721-6449, Ext. 325.
A scholarship in the memory of Lt. James Hartman Love has been established at Archbishop Spalding High School by the members of his family.
Love, a 1977 Spalding graduate, was killed in a helicopter crash on Dec. 19, while on a training exercise in the Pacific.
He was on the way from San Diego to duty in Operation Desert Shield.
The criteria for the award are based on those characteristics displayed by James Love. While at Spalding, "Jamie" proved to be both a gifted student and an outstanding athlete. He earned the senior scholar-athlete award, the Ensign C. Markland Kellyaward and was named to the All Maryland Lacrosse Team.
The $500 scholarship that bears his name will be awarded annually to a senior student-athlete who has participated in two sports and has earned an overall scholastic average of at least 3.0. The competitive award willbe based on letters of recommendation, transcripts and SAT scores plus an essay stating the student's life aspirations. The student must be planning to attend a four-year college or university, and the money will be paid to that school to help defray expenses.