BROOKS SUMMER SESSION
Think Winter Term — But Warmer!
“In this time when we are all physically apart, it is wonderful for the community to have an opportunity to connect, inspire and teach one another."
Chair of History Department Michele Musto
Students, are you looking for something fun to do to fill the long summer ahead? A way to spend time and connect with other Brooks students and with the Brooks community? Parents, are you hoping to find an educational opportunity for your child? Then our program is perfect for you!
Brooks Summer Session is taught by Brooks teachers for Brooks students to earn Brooks credit:
Open to all Brooks students
July 12 - 30, 2021
Morning (9-11 a.m.) or afternoon (1-3 p.m.)
Virtually. Follow @brookssummersession on Instagram to see last year's activities.
To continue the Brooks experience this summer
Registration will open this spring: Save the dates for now!
We will offer a group of courses beyond the traditional curriculum to help students process current events, explore their passions and connect with each other, all while earning Brooks credit.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does Brooks Summer Session run?
Three weeks, from July 12 through July 30.
Who can take a Brooks Summer Session course?
Any Brooks student, rising third-formers (Grade 9) through sixth-formers (Grade 12) — including new students who have recently enrolled for the 2021-2022 academic year.
How much Brooks credit does each course earn?
1 minor credit. (Brooks' Student Handbook details students' expected course load and credit requirements).
Who teaches Brooks Summer Session?
Brooks Faculty. You can find detailed information about each teacher and the classes they typically lead at Brooks in our Faculty & Staff Directory.
How many courses can I take?
We will be offering courses in a morning or afternoon schedule, so you can take one or up to two summer session courses.
How will the courses be graded?
Students can opt to be graded numerically or Pass/Fail.
What rules apply during the summer?
All Brooks' Student Handbook rules of student conduct and academic integrity apply to Brooks Summer Session.
Have more questions?
Feel free to reach out to Brooks Summer Session Coordinator and Chair of History Department Michele Musto. Thanks!