Supplemental Summer Instruction, Secondary 7-12

Virtual Supplemental Summer Instruction, Secondary Grades 7-11 (Students Entering Grades 8-12)


North Penn High School will be offering supplemental instruction in all secondary courses via our online Edgenuity program. We believe that all students have been impacted by the COVID pandemic in some form, and we want to extend this opportunity to students to engage in supplemental learning and instruction in any course(s) they desire.  Please note that these courses are not for course advancement, they are designed to provide supplemental instruction in courses students have already taken and passed.

About the Program

The online program is completely free and will begin Monday, June 28 and ends Thursday, July 29. Most courses are offered via our online program, Edgenuity, taught by our North Penn teachers (exact offerings will be limited based on interest. Please reach out to the contact below to inquire). Your student will work at his/her own pace throughout the course and will have access to our teachers from 12:00-3:00 pm Monday through Thursday for the duration of the program for support. The course will provide them access to the entire curriculum and will be tailored to their specific needs to ascertain the student is receiving individualized instruction. It is a wonderful opportunity for students to practice, learn, re-engage and master all areas of the curriculum.

Please note, this is a non-credit bearing program and is not remedial. All students, regardless of their achievement in that course previously, may take advantage of this opportunity, but will not receive course credit or course advancement. Students are not required to earn a specific grade at the end of the course. This program is separate from our summer school program for credit recovery. (Learn more about the summer school program)


All students are eligible to take any course regardless of their prior performance. Students may take up to three full-year courses (or any combination).

Course Offerings


7th Grade

  • Mathematics - 2075/2076 Pre-Algebra 2106AK Algebra 1
  • Science - 3076/3076P Integrated Science 7
  • English - 0076/0076P 7th Grade English
  • Social Studies - 1076/1076P World Cultures and Geography
  • Reading - 4075 Literacy Explorations 7
  • Elective - 7270 Healthy Living


8th Grade

  • Mathematics - 2085 Algebraic Concepts; 2106A Algebra O&E; 2106AK Algebra 1; 2206 Geometry
  • Science - 3086/3086P Integrated Science 8
  • English - 0085/0086/0086P 8th Grade English
  • Social Studies - 1085/1086/1086P America In History I
  • Reading - 4085 Literacy Explorations 8
  • Elective - 7280 Healthy Living


9th Grade

  • Mathematics - 2105BB Algebra 1 O&E; 2106K Alg Functions and Data Rep;
    2206 Geometry; 2316 Algebra 2; 2416 Precalculus
  • Science - 3095/3096 Physical Science
  • English - 0095/0096/0096P 9th Grade English
  • Social Studies - 1095/1096/1096P America In History II
  • Elective - 7290 Health 9


10th Grade

  • Mathematics - 2105 Algebra 1; 2205/2206 Geometry; 2315/2316 Algebra 2;
    2415/2416 PreCalculus
  • Science - 3005/3006 Biology; 3115/3116 Chemistry
  • English - 0005K/0006K English 10
  • Social Studies - 1005/1006 America In History III
  • Elective - 7200 Health Decisions


11th Grade

  • Mathematics - 2205/2206 Geometry; 2315/2316 Algebra 2; 2415/2416 Precalculus;
    2732/2735 Alg/Geo 3
  • Science - 3115/3116 Chemistry
  • English - 0015/0016 English 11
  • Social Studies - 1115/1116 World History
  • Elective - 7210 Health & Society


Please remember, this opportunity is only for students currently enrolled in grades 7-11 (who will be entering grades 8-12 next year).

Support for Students

In-person support for all students will be offered Monday through Thursday for the duration of instruction at North Penn High School in rooms E015, E016 and E017 from 12:00 -3:00pm.

Online support for all students will also be offered via Google Meets by their teacher Monday through Thursday for the duration of instruction.


Sorry, registration has now closed.


Individuals with questions regarding students in grades 10-12 should contact Nick Taylor at

Individuals with questions regarding students in grades 7-9 should contact Leaz Metelus at or Dr. Bill Carlin at