Summer High School Classes

Summer High School Classes

Registration for the summer of 2023 will open March 1, 2023. Check back in mid February 2023 for updated summer program offerings.

The Innovation Center will be offering both in-person and online classes over the summer to interested students. The courses will take place either virtually or in person at the Innovation Center from June 6 – June 30. The cost per class is $150.

The class descriptions are listed below. If you are interested in taking any of these classes, please click on the registration link at the bottom of the page.

Morning Session Offerings | 9:00 – 12:00 p.m.

  • .5 credits
  • Open to all 9 – 12th graders
  • Students who pass this class will pay for their own certification test – $90

This in-person course introduces students to the Information Technology field; IT Fundamentals introduces students to the Information Technology field; including computer hardware & software support, customer service, networking, security, and computer design. This class serves as both an introduction to computers and computing as well as being a precursor to the CompTIA A+ program. The ITF+ program is intended for beginners with no prior computer knowledge with students who succeed in this class being eligible to take the CompTIA IT Fundamentals certification.  This program combines hands-on experiential learning with classroom instruction.

  • .5 credits
  • Open to all 9-12th graders (No prerequisites)

508,000 That is the number of jobs that are currently unfilled in the field of Cybersecurity. Cybersecurity is an in-demand field that affects all industries. Cybersecurity threats are ongoing and pose risks for individuals and corporations alike. In this course, students will learn how to protect themselves and businesses from these attackers. This course will delve into the following topics: Citizen Security, Encryption, Types of Attacks, Networking, Cyber Defense, Ethics and Law, and Risk Management. We will use hands-on activities with industry tools to engage students.

  • .5 credits
  • Open to all 9th-12th graders

Intro to Pilot Ground I begins the SVVSD Private Pilot course pathway for students who may be interested in exploring careers in the general aviation industry. This course begins the foundational skill set and knowledge for those students interested in becoming a certified pilot. Students will develop and exhibit aeronautical decision making during all operations of a Cessna 172 Skyhawk with special emphasis on situational awareness, risk and task management, and aircraft control. Students will also demonstrate a basic level of proficiency in flight operations and performance in the areas of preflight preparations and procedures, departure and flight operations, various maneuvers and navigation, instrumentation and post-flight procedures. 

Afternoon Session Offerings (1:00 – 4:00 PM)

  • .5 credits 
  • Open to all 9-12th graders (No prerequisites)

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to step into the artwork that you are creating? Virtual reality technology allows you to do just that! This online course will guide you through drawing, sculpting, and graffiti mural making within the virtual world. Get a taste of art history and learn the language of art while you are at it!

  • .5 credits
  • Open to all 9-12th graders (No prerequisites)

508,000 That is the number of jobs that are currently unfilled in the field of Cybersecurity. Cybersecurity is an in-demand field that affects all industries. Cybersecurity threats are ongoing and pose risks for individuals and corporations alike. In this course, students will learn how to protect themselves and businesses from these attackers. This course will delve into the following topics: Citizen Security, Encryption, Types of Attacks, Networking, Cyber Defense, Ethics and Law, and Risk Management. We will use hands-on activities with industry tools to engage students.

  • .5 credits
  • Open to all 9th-12th graders

Intro to Pilot Ground I begins the SVVSD Private Pilot course pathway for students who may be interested in exploring careers in the general aviation industry. This course begins the foundational skill set and knowledge for those students interested in becoming a certified pilot. Students will develop and exhibit aeronautical decision making during all operations of a Cessna 172 Skyhawk with special emphasis on situational awareness, risk and task management, and aircraft control. Students will also demonstrate a basic level of proficiency in flight operations and performance in the areas of preflight preparations and procedures, departure and flight operations, various maneuvers and navigation, instrumentation and post-flight procedures. 

Registration Information

Registration for SuperSTEM for interested students is officially open. Click the button below to sign up. 

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