Lynbrook High School’s annual summer program will be held in person at Lynbrook South Middle School from July 6 through Aug. 11. The program is free for Lynbrook High School students in grades 9-12 and is open to out-of-district residents for a $700 per class fee. Pending enrollment numbers, the program will consist of English, math, science, social studies and physical education courses. A math SAT prep course is also being offered to help students prepare for the math portion of the SAT exam.
Classes will take place Monday-Thursday with two periods each day from 7:20-9 a.m. and 9:02-10:42 a.m. All students must have written permission to attend the program from their school. Lynbrook students can register through their guidance counselor, while out-of-district students can register in the Lynbrook South Middle School library on June 28 from 8:30-11 a.m.
In addition, all students attending the program must complete an immunization sheet which must be signed by either a school nurse or an appropriate official, and sign an attendance contract. There will be no virtual option for the program this summer but safety protocols will be followed. This includes masking, sanitizing and social distancing. For more information, including a full list of course offerings and the registration forms, please visit https://www.lynbrookschools.org/parentsstudents/LHS_Summer_High_School