The Harvey School announces its 15th consecutive year of offering the eHarvey online summer session. This year’s session, beginning Monday, June 29 and ending Friday, Aug. 14, offers seven weeks of intensive study online with teacher support.

eHarvey’s summer options include classes in academic courses that can enhance a student’s local high school transcript. Participants can also choose from a selection of independent, project-based courses, including game design, fashion design, mod design (Minecraft), app design, coding, animation, and technology.   

The eHarvey program features Apex Learning's award-winning online curriculum plus live support from a Harvey School teacher. Students work independently through the course content on their own schedule, allowing for summer jobs and travel. The course can be accessed from anywhere with an internet connection with online meetings arranged with teachers and other students once the classes are formed and everyone's schedule is taken into consideration.

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“Our goal is to provide support and structure, as well as flexibility, so students can make the most of their summers," said Director of eHarvey Michelle Christie.

Tuition for a one semester course or credit-recovery course, each worth a half credit, is $695. Two semester courses, worth three credits and equivalent to a full-year course, cost $1,005. For language courses, there is an additional $225 fee to cover additional time spent online practicing conversational skills. The new project-based technology course is $325. There is also a $75 non-refundable registration fee.

eHarvey’s summer session serves both public and private school students who wish to earn credit. Through Apex Learning, eHarvey can offer courses that align with Common Core.  Those interested should visit