Summer Courses for Grades 7-12

Credit-Bearing Academic Courses

Our academic summer classes for students going into grades 7-12 are rigorous, full-credit courses. With a curriculum designed to engage and foster critical thinking, students learn from expert teachers who are both committed to supporting students’ academic success and readily accessible. To accommodate busy summer schedules, all courses except Spanish, French and Mandarin are asynchronous with weekly deadlines. World Language classes have a weekly meeting requirement for live practice.  At Dwight Global, you can supplement your transcript or pursue credit recovery. Either way, as with our other courses, summer courses are designed to draw on real-life examples, offer a global perspective, and provide a solid foundation for future study.

One-on-one Extended Essay Tutorial

  • June 21-July 2
  • Grade 12 (Dwight School and Dwight Global IB Students Only)

This course is open to rising seniors who are currently working on their Extended Essays. In addition to the time spent in the tutorial session, where you will receive one-on-one support, we ask that you devote an additional 90 minutes each day during the two-week period. Once enrolled, students will schedule 10 meetings with either Elizabeth Hutton, IB Diploma Program Coordinator; or Megan Koepsell, Extended Essay Coordinator, who are both available between 9 am-3 pm daily.