Bergen Catholic Lead On Program
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Location: Bergen Catholic High School
Dates: Monday, July 11 — Thursday July 28, 2022
Price: $450 per student
The Bergen Catholic LEAD ON Program is a three-week summer enrichment program designed for students entering 7th and 8th grades.
It provides a stimulating classroom experience in which students will explore and enjoy a variety of topics. Additionally, the LEAD ON program provides a chance for social growth, maturity enhancement, and for making new friends in a small classroom environment.
This Lead On program will be staffed by current Bergen Catholic faculty. The program consists of three class sessions per day with each session being 60 minutes in length.
Analytics of Sports
The class will discuss the theory, development, and application of analytics in sports. Students will learn about the application of analytics in sports for purposes of in-game strategy, player performance, team management, sports operations, and fantasy competitions, among many other topics.
Stock Market and Entrepreneurialism
In a 21st century world, finance plays a critical role in the decision making of business all over the globe. In this course, you will have the opportunity to be introduced to the world of Wall Street, its influence on society, and how to properly invest money safely, securely, and effectively. You will also have the opportunity to learn how to use your skills to become a leader of your own business through entrepreneurial best practices.
Robotics as a subject allows students to explore and solve real-world scenarios through Problem-based learning. Problem-Based learning requires students to generate solutions both independently and collaboratively using experimentation. This course guides students to complete projects based upon a certain set of parameters that are given prior to the beginning of class. The assessment and measuring of retention is done through the completion of an engineering notebook as well as create online blueprints and construct different structures based off of those notebooks and blueprints.
For questions regarding the program, please contact Matt Rosa ’08, Director of Admissions,
at firstname.lastname@example.org or 201-634-2205