Student Classes


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SPRING CLASSES


No. 101 DRIVER EDUCATION (students have 1-month to complete the online portion of this asynchronous class)

Monday, April 12th

INSTRUCTORS: Mr. Antis, Mr. DeHaas, Mr. Herzog and Mr. Sliacky

R-$390.00 (Complete Program and License Test)          

NR–$400.00 (Complete Program and License Test)

Car Instruction Only and License Test-$300.00 (*Only for students who already completed theory)

The Mt. Lebanon School District online driver education program is Pennsylvania Department of Education approved.  This program meets the traditional 30 hours of theory and 6 hours of car instruction that most insurance companies are looking for. The full program consists of 30 hours of asynchronous modules that can be done from any computer at any time before the final exam, 3-hours of in-person, individualized simulation; and in-person, individualized car instruction.  This fee also includes the Pennsylvania state approved driver licensing test.

Students who successfully complete the Mt. Lebanon theory/simulation are eligible for road instruction and license testing with Mt. Lebanon program certified instructors.  Students who have successfully completed other Pennsylvania Department of Education approved programs are eligible to take car instruction and license testing through the Mt. Lebanon program (as part of the Car Instruction Only Program). Students must show proof of successful completion of a PDE approved theory course from another institution for the car only portion. The charge for car only portion is for six hours of road instruction which includes one half hour for license testing is listed above.

Grades are issued as “pass-fail.”  Mt. Lebanon students can earn 1 credit for the successful completion of the full driver education program (.5 credits for the theory/ simulation portion and .5 credits for on the road instruction). Non-district students are subject to their respective school district guidelines. This program is not for anyone over the age of 18.


 

No. 205 COLLEGE SAT PREPARATION-VERBAL (Online Class)

Tuesday, April 13th (6-weeks)             

INSTRUCTOR:  Ms. Marasia 

R $FREE to Juniors; NR $100                                                       

This two part class includes a 20-hour asynchronous, online, self-guided preparatory class and six live lessons provided by instructors.  Students will be emailed the online course login information just before the start of the class.  So be sure to include the student email on the registration form!!

Students will also attend one night per week “tips and tricks” lessons provided by live instructors.  Students with last names beginning with A-L will meet online Tuesday evenings at 6 pm and students with last names M-Z will meet online Thursday evenings at 6 pm.  The six live classes will provide 60-minutes of helpful hints on cracking the SAT with 30-minutes for additional questions.  Students can use this course to increase comprehension skills to improve their SAT or ACT score. This online class will finish in time for the June SAT. 

 

No. 105 COLLEGE SAT PREPARATION–MATH (Online Class)                    

Monday, April 12th (6-weeks)                                           

INSTRUCTOR: Mrs. Sopczynski

R $FREE to Juniors; NR $100                                          

This two part class includes a 23-hour asynchronous, online, self-guided preparatory class and six live lessons provided by instructors.  Students will be emailed the online course login information just before the start of the class.  So be sure to include the student email on the registration form!!

Students will also attend one night per week “tips and tricks” lessons provided by live instructors.  Students with last names beginning with A-L will meet online Monday evenings at 6 pm and students with last names M-Z will meet online Wednesday evenings at 6 pm.  The six live classes will provide 60-minutes of helpful hints on cracking the SAT with 30-minutes for additional questions.  Students can use this course to increase their math skills in order to master their SAT or ACT score.  This online class will finish in time for the June SAT.

 

SUMMER CLASSES


No. 206 COLLEGE ACT PREPARATION-VERBAL (Online Class)

Tuesday, June 8th (6-weeks)             

INSTRUCTOR:  Ms. Marasia 

R $Free to Juniors; NR $100                                                       

This two part class includes a 20-hour asynchronous, online, self-guided preparatory class and six live lessons provided by instructors.  Students will be emailed the online course login information just before the start of the class.  So be sure to include the student email on the registration form!!

Students will also attend one night per week “tips and tricks” lessons provided by live instructors.  Students with last names beginning with A-L will meet online Tuesday afternoons at 12 noon and students with last names M-Z will meet online Thursday afternoons at 12 noon.  The six live classes will provide 60-minutes of helpful hints on cracking the SAT with 30-minutes for additional questions.  Students can use this course to increase word power to improve their SAT or ACT score.  This online class will finish in time for the July ACT. 

 

No. 106 COLLEGE ACT PREPARATION–MATH (Online Class)                    

Monday, June 7th (6-weeks)                                           

INSTRUCTOR: Mrs. Sopczynski

R $FREE to Juniors; NR $100                                          

This two part class includes a 23-hour asynchronous, online, self-guided preparatory class and six live lessons provided by instructors.  Students will be emailed the online course login information just before the start of the class.  So be sure to include the student email on the registration form!!

Students will also attend one night per week “tips and tricks” lessons provided by live instructors.  Students with last names beginning with A-L will meet online Monday afternoons at 12 noon and students with last names M-Z will meet online Wednesday afternoons at 12 noon.  The six live classes will provide 60-minutes of helpful hints on cracking the SAT with 30-minutes for additional questions.  Students can use this course to increase word power and to improve their SAT or ACT score. This online class will finish in time for the July ACT.

 

No. 207 COLLEGE SAT PREPARATION-VERBAL (Online  Class)

Tuesday, June 22nd (6-weeks)             

INSTRUCTOR:  Ms. Marasia 

R $FREE to rising seniors; NR $100                                                       

This two part class includes a 20-hour asynchronous, online, self-guided preparatory class and six live lessons provided by instructors.  (students must complete the online portion by the end of July--as it will not be available beyond that point).  Students will be emailed the online course login information just before the start of the class.  So be sure to include the student email on the registration form!!

Students will also attend one night per week “tips and tricks” lessons provided by live instructors.  These sessions will begin July 20th.  Students with last names beginning with A-L will meet online Tuesday evenings at 6 pm and students with last names M-Z will meet online Thursday evenings at 6 pm.  The six live classes will provide 60-minutes of helpful hints on cracking the SAT with 30-minutes for additional questions.  Students can use this course to increase comprehension skills to improve their SAT or ACT score.  This online class will finish in time for the August SAT. 

 

No. 107 COLLEGE SAT PREPARATION–MATH (Online Class)                    

Monday, June 21st (6-weeks)                                           

INSTRUCTOR: Mrs. Sopczynski

R $FREE to rising seniors; NR $100                                          

This two part class includes a 23-hour asynchronous, online, self-guided preparatory class and six live lessons provided by instructors.  (students must complete the online portion by the end of July--as it will not be available beyond that point).  Students will be emailed the online course login information just before the start of the class.  So be sure to include the student email on the registration form!!

Students will also attend one night per week “tips and tricks” lessons provided by live instructors.  These sessions begin July 19th.  Students with last names beginning with A-L will meet online Monday evenings at 6 pm and students with last names M-Z will meet online Wednesday evenings at 6 pm.  The six live classes will provide 60-minutes of helpful hints on cracking the SAT with 30-minutes for additional questions.  Students can use this course to increase their math skills necessary to improve their SAT or ACT score.  This online class will finish in time for the August SAT.

 

No. 605 Summer Health Class For Students (A202)--THIS CLASS IS FULL.  SORRY BUT WE CANNOT TAKE ANY MORE STUDENTS.

Monday through Friday June 7th-June 25th

8:00 am-12:00 pm

INSTRUCTOR: Ms. Stilley

R $300; NR $330 (Limit 20)

 

The high school Health course is a sixty (60) hour session yielding a semester of school work.  It includes 15 mandatory classroom sessions that are held 5-days a week beginning Monday, June 7th. Monday through Thursday classes will be held in-person and all Friday classes will be virtual.  Missing any class time is subject to not meeting the requirements for a passing grade. Please note that it is the responsibility of the student/parent and not the Mt. Lebanon Summer Program to verify with their home district whether the class they are taking will fulfill necessary requirements.

(Grades 10, 11, 12) (1-Credit) This course is a concentrated version of the regular health course taught during the school year.  It is designed for those students who wish to fulfill the health requirement outside of their regular school schedule. Health may also be taken for credit recovery for those who failed to complete the course during the regular school year.

The pace of the course is geared toward those who are willing and able to grasp the various concepts in a short period of time.  Health is a course in self-awareness and self-analysis that challenges the student to examine their lifetime choices and decisions.  There is a strong emphasis on holistic wellness including the physical, mental, emotional and social components. The units of study include emotional wellness, stress management, nutrition, exercise, disease prevention and immunity.  The unit in emergency aid will include information about first aid and CPR, but does not offer certification.  Social problems of alcohol and other drugs are presented, and human sexuality is explored in depth. Parents should note that a degree of social and emotional maturity is required to participate comfortably in the course; therefore the decision as to when the course is selected during the high school career should be made after careful consideration of the individual student’s level of maturity.  

Students must complete a portfolio project for the Health course in order to fulfill graduation requirements.  Students should see the instructor for additional information on this project.


 


No. 601 DRIVER EDUCATION (students have 1-month to complete the online portion of this asynchronous class)

June 7th 

INSTRUCTORS: Mr. Antis, Mr. DeHaas, Mr. Herzog and Mr. Sliacky

R $390.00 (Complete Program and License Test)           

NR $400.00 (Complete Program and License Test)

Car Instruction Only and License Test-$300.00-For students who have completed a theory program elsewhere.

 

*No. 602 DRIVER EDUCATION (students have 1-month to complete the online portion of this asynchronous class)

July 6th

INSTRUCTORS: Mr. Antis, Mr. DeHaas, Mr. Herzog and Mr. Sliacky

R $390.00 (Complete Program and License Test)           

NR $400.00 (Complete Program and License Test)

Car Instruction Only and License Test-$300.00

 

*No. 603 DRIVER EDUCATION (students have 1-month to complete the online portion of this asynchronous class)

August 9th

INSTRUCTORS: Mr. Antis, Mr. DeHaas, Mr. Herzog and Mr. Sliacky

R $390.00 (Complete Program and License Test)           

NR $400.00 (Complete Program and License Test)

Car Instruction Only and License Test-$300.00-For students who have completed a theory program elsewhere.

The Mt. Lebanon School District online driver education program is Pennsylvania Department of Education approved.  This program meets the traditional 30 hours of theory and 6 hours of car instruction that most insurance companies are looking for. The full program consists of 30 hours of asynchronous modules that can be done from any computer at any time before the final exam, 3-hours of in-person, individualized simulation; and in-person, individualized car instruction.  This fee also includes the Pennsylvania state approved driver licensing test.

Students who successfully complete the Mt. Lebanon theory/simulation are eligible for road instruction and license testing with Mt. Lebanon program certified instructors.  Students who have successfully completed other Pennsylvania Department of Education approved programs are eligible to take car instruction and license testing through the Mt. Lebanon program (as part of the Car Instruction Only Program). Students must show proof of successful completion of a PDE approved theory course from another institution for the car only portion. The charge for car only portion is for six hours of road instruction which includes one half hour for license testing is listed above.

Grades are issued as “pass-fail.”  Mt. Lebanon students can earn 1 credit for the successful completion of the full driver education program (.5 credits for the theory/ simulation portion and .5 credits for on the road instruction). Non-district students are subject to their respective school district guidelines. This program is not for anyone over the age of 18.