High School Courses for Credit
This summer, advance your high school career, enroll in that band or art class you love but just can't fit in your schedule, or master or make up a needed credit from the previous year. One- and two-semester courses in a variety of subjects are available at several locations.
We also offer online courses in selected subjects such as Algebra. Students will have directed lesson plans and access to a COD instructor during office hours. Mid-term and final exams will be administered on campus in Glen Ellyn. Students should check with their high school guidance counselor to assure credit will be granted for these courses.
Summer High School Semesters
Semester 1: Wednesday, July 10 to July 1
Semester 2: Monday, July 6 to 27
Summer High School Courses
Mathematics: Algebra I, sem. I and II; Algebra II with Trigonometry, sem. I and II;
Geometry, sem. I and II; Pre-Calculus, sem. I and II
Language Arts: American Literature, sem. I and II; British Literature; English 9, sem. I and II; English 10, sem. I and II; Film as Literature; Speech; District 204: English I; English II; English III
World Language: Spanish I, sem. I and II; Spanish II, sem. I and II; Spanish III, sem. I and II
Sciences: Biology, sem. I and II; Chemistry, sem. I and II; Physics, sem. I and II
Social Studies: American Government; U.S. History, sem. I and II
Business and Consumer Education: Consumer Education; Economics
Summer College at COD prepares students to succeed at the college level, provides support every step of the way and promotes a smooth transition to the first year of college—for less cost per credit hour than four-year schools. Incoming high school juniors, seniors and college freshmen may apply for this selective program, which includes earning college credit and experiencing college life and student services. This condensed five-week course includes academic, enrichment and social programs to get you on the path to a successful future in college.
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Summer Enrichment Classes
Get extra help in math or English, improve your reading speed or prepare for a class you'll take in the fall by enrolling in our summer enrichment classes.
Prepare for the PSAT, ACT, SAT or Advanced Placement exams. Don't miss the chance to improve your national test scores.
Other COD Programs
To register, call Continuing Education at (630) 942-2208 or email CE@cod.edu. For detailed program information, email email@example.com.
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Fax: (630) 942-3785
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