Summer Courses



Brendan Ryan
Communications Manager
Phone: 219-887-5959 x242

*The Guidance department will confirm your application and enrollment in the course.



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Andrean High School encourages students to complete an elective over the summer.  Summer is the perfect time to immerse yourself in a course of interest or complete an elective to jump start your next academic year. Summer classes are open to all current Andrean Students.   Please refer to the individual course requirements for additional information.

The cost per class is $275.00 due to the Main Office one week prior to the first day of class.  Students will not be allowed to attend the first day of class without full payment.  Attendance is mandatory for the entire session.  Students will only be allowed two absences during the summer course session in which they are registered.  Students must wear their Andrean uniform and adhere to all other policies as stated in the handbook. Upon successful completion, each class will earn one (1) credit.

If you have any questions, please contact Janice Reynolds at or call 219-887-5959 ext.234.

Quantitative Reasoning

Quantitative Reasoning is a mathematics course focused on the study of numeracy, ratio and proportional reasoning, modeling, statistics, and probabilistic reasoning to assess risk.  Students build knowledge of and confidence with basic mathematical/analytical concepts and operations required for problem-solving, decision-making, and economic productivity in real-world applications and prepare for an increasingly information-based society in which the ability to use and critically evaluate information, especially numerical information, is essential.  Technology, such as computers and graphing calculators, will frequently be used.

Prerequisites:   Completion of Honors Algebra II & Trig or by maintaining an A or B semester average in Algebra II.

Instructor:  Ms. Marjorie Brewer

Dates:  June 5th – June 30th     Times:  8:30 am – 11:30 am

Intro to Computer Science

Introduction to Computer Science allows students to explore the world of Computer Science. Students will gain a broad understanding of the areas composing Computer Science.  Additionally, there will be a focus on the areas of computer programming, gaming/mobile development, and artificial intelligence/robotics.

Prerequisites:  None

Instructor:  TBD

Dates:  June 5th – June 30th     Times:  8:30 am – 11:30 am