You'll find a full range of options throughout the year to enhance your student's confidence, interpersonal skills and academic prowess. From summer high school credit courses and test preparation classes to enrichment courses in the STEAM fields - COD is the place to be!
Summer High School Credit Program
Continuing Education provides a summer school program offering high school credit and enrichment courses to incoming freshman and current high school students. The summer academic program is an extension of the regular academic year, designed to provide students with opportunities to gain academic credit or to explore interests by auditing a class. Be sure to work with your High School counselor to ensure credit is eligible. Our High School and Junior High Achiever's Handbook includes details of required paperwork along with the mandatory online orientation session, will serve as your guides to the 2020 Summer High School and Junior High Achiever's Program.
In partnership with our credit divisions, teens gain a head start on identifying an
academic college program that will enable them to make informed choices for a major
or potential career track without paying college tuition. Career-focused programs
include but are not limited to: Business & Entrepreneurship, Crime Scene Investigation,
Cybersecurity, and Social Media Marketing.
In collaboration with our credit Forensics Speech division, this two-week summer camp
is open to varsity and novice competitors. Students will gain a foundation in three
genres of competitive speaking; public, oral interpretation and limited preparation
Prepare for the ACT or SAT exam in a way that best suits your needs. Students who have already taken a test preparation class and are interested in honing in on specific subject areas of your choosing, can benefit from one-on-one instruction. $399 price includes six hours of tutoring time and all materials.Call (630) 942-2208 for more information and to register.
Summer Grades and Accessing Your Unofficial Transcripts
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High School Credit courses are used by Indian Prairie School District #204 to inform placement for the academic school year. Please be sure to work with your school to understand the accelerated pace and credit eligibility process before beginning the COD summer course. IPSD students are encouraged to read this letter from the Director of Core Curriculum.
Would you like to be added to the Continuing Education High School Mailing List? Complete our mailing list form.
Student Resource Center (SRC), Room 1110, (630) 942-2208
Fax: (630) 942-3785
All COD facilities are closed through Friday, May 15. If you are attempting to register for a class, Please leave a message and Continuing Education staff will return your call as soon as possible. You can also reach us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org at any time.