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Chemistry with Lab
with Paul Desaulniers
This high school level introductory chemistry class, with lab, is designed for those needing chemistry for acceptance into college programs. This course qualifies as a lab science for college admissions. The instructor keeps this class rigorous, yet relaxed and supportive. Limited to 15 students. Registration $75, which includes all lab and textbook fees, waived if taken for high school diploma credit. 14 weeks 3:30-6:00 p.m. Begins Tues 1/24 CHRHS Rm 317 Paul Desaulniers is a chemistry teacher at Oceanside High School in Rockland.
College 101 - Understanding College Admission and Financial Aid
with Caitlin Clark
The college admission and financial aid processes continue to evolve rapidly, leaving students and families grappling with questions about how these changes affect them. These four sessions will address: how the college admission process works at a range of institutions (public, private, highly selective); how students can use the admission process as a tool to encourage self-reflection and growth rather than anxiety and stress; how the financial aid process works and strategies to minimize debt; and how to help students navigate decisions about major, career and professional skill development. Registration $20 a family. 4 weeks 7:00-8:00 p.m. Begins Thurs 1/26 CHRHS Rm 235 Caitlin Clark was Assistant Dean of Admissions at Olin College of Engineering. She has worked as an independent college counselor and is currently the mentor for recipients of the Worthington Scholarship, which is available to graduates of Oceanside and Camden Hills High Schools.
with David Doubleday
The goals of this English class are to improve overall writing, reading and grammar skills. We will focus on sentence construction, word usage, punctuation, spelling, and grammatical patterns. The course also emphasizes the writing process and is excellent preparation for those preparing to take the Accuplacer exam or college level classes. Registration $75, waived if taken for HiSET or high school diploma, or if you are a College Transitions student. 14 weeks 3:30-6:00 p.m. Begins Mon 1/23 CHRHS Rm 222 David Doubleday and Patti Forster are both popular teachers in the English Department at Camden Hills Regional High School.
with Lora Hanley
This math class is designed to help students working in any area of math, from the basics to algebra and geometry. Whether you are pursuing a diploma, HiSET, or need math for transition to college, the instructor will work with students at their own levels and their own pace, either individually or in small groups. Registration $75, waived if taken for high school diploma or HiSET credit. 12 weeks 3:30-6:30 p.m. Begins Thursday 1/26 CHRHS Rm 219 Lora Hanley grew up in Rockland, ME, and, after graduating from Stonehill College, returned to Maine to teach. She has been teaching math for 5 years and is currently a math teacher at CHRHS.