Summer School at HMS
June 7-July 16
Registration will be open from March 8 - May 7, 2021
Our summer program is open to students entering first grade through eighth grade from public and other private schools. We are offering core subjects: math and language arts to assist students in reinforcing their skills and building confidence for the fall. In-person morning only or all-day programs are offered. A virtual morning program is cancelled due to low enrollment.
Call us at 532-0522 for additional information.
Parent endorsement letters:
Letter from Summer 2020:
I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for making this online summer program a big success! My wife and I have seen a vast improvement in our son's math and language arts skills since he began the HMS summer program. The teachers' knowledge of subject matter and pedagogy are truly exemplary. We also wanted to thank both teachers for making my son feel like his questions and concerns regarding classwork were heard. During the regular school year and with a class of 20+ students, my son would constantly be lost and not have the ability to speak up when he didn't understand something. During quarantine, the "instructional time" consisted of 30 minutes a week, which we felt was extremely disappointing. It was refreshing that this summer program made an effort to engage the students daily. Again, I want to take this opportunity to thank both teachers for making my son's summer learning experience an awesome one!
Summer is almost half completed. We cannot believe how fast time is flying by.
I just wanted to drop you a line to say how pleased we are with the summer school program. Our daughter does not go to Hongwanji, but we did have a friend who spoke highly of the school. We made special arrangements to have my husband start work late so we could have her attend this year.
We are delighted with the educational classes as well as the enrichment activities. The web site, pictures, and the news from the teachers is an excellent way for us to keep up with her activities as kids have the usual “I don’t know” answer to the “What did you do in school today” question. However, we know she loves school because she looks forward to going to school every day.
-A Happy Parent