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Summer School Program

TRIS Summer School 2016

Dear TRIS Parents and Guardians,

The end of the year is coming fast and summer is just around the corner.  We are beginning to register students for Summer School.  As you begin making your family plans for this summer, we would like you to consider the benefits of our TRIS Summer Enrichment Program.

The environment of summer school is more relaxed with smaller classes—an optimal learning environment from which all students benefit.  TRIS Summer Enrichment Program is a great opportunity for your child to spend time with friends in a productive learning environment.  Students who attend school during the summer find it easier to transition back into the learning environment for the start of the next school year.

Additionally, a wide range of daily enrichment opportunities are offered to all students.  Activities such as cooking, arts and crafts, sports and many more will give your children creative, stimulating, and fun-filled experiences over the summer.

Important note:

  • Summer School is open to ALL students, K1 to Grade 11.
  • The summer enrichment and remedial programs are 6 weeks long.
  • Summer camps are one week, two weeks, and three weeks long depending on the activity.
  • Some students are required to attend Summer School:
  • ESL students new to TRIS AND students who are required to make up remedial classes during the summer, as notified by the administration.

In order for us to offer the best summer possible for your children we need to organize classes, teachers, and schedules as soon as possible.  You can help us with this by registering your child(ren) early.  We want to design our program to meet your child(ren)’s needs and interests.  Please contact Frederick Raz at 02 661 3993, #139, or frederick@trinity.ac.th. with any questions or concerns regarding Summer School.

Thank you,

TRIS Administration

TRIS Summer Enrichment and Remedial Program General Information

Summer School Fees (for 6 weeks; June 13—July 22, 2016)

Enrichment Program

 

Regular Price Early Bird Price

(Register by May 2)

Outsider Price Remark
Kindergarten 32,000 27,000 38,000 Lunch Included
Grades 1-3 35,000 30,000 40,000 Lunch Included
Grades 4-8 38,000 33,000 42,000 Lunch Included
ESL (G1-G8) Add  7,000 Add  7,000 Add  7,000

Lunch Included

Note: Field trip expenses, when applicable, are not included in the tuition fee.

Remedial Program

&

University Test Prep

Number of hours Regular Price Early Bird Price

(Register by May 2)

Lunch
1 Subject/ Course 2 hours/day 17,000 15,000 2,000
2 Subjects/Courses 4 hours/day 34,000 30,000
3 Subjects/Courses 6 hours/ day 51,000 45,000

Note: High school students are not allowed to leave campus in between classes to get lunch.  Students taking 2 subjects or more shall pay for school lunch.

To be eligible for the early bird price you must register by May 2, 2016.

Please contact the school’s registrar, Mr. Frederick Raz at 02-661 3993 ext. 139 to register.

Academic Enrichment Programs (Language arts, mathematics, social studies, etc.)

 

Kindergarten Program

K1 to K3 Students

2016-2017 Academic Year Grade Level: K2 to Grade 1

Our enrichment program for our young students will have a different theme each week.   Integrated into the weekly themes, students will develop their literacy and numeracy skills and enjoy a variety of activities such as arts and crafts, music and movement, computer lessons, cooking and outdoor fun.  Every Friday, we will celebrate our learning for the week through different fun activities such as games, parties, water play, and visits to local indoor playgrounds such as Funarium and Play Time.

Elementary Program

Grade 1 to Grade 5 students

2016-2017 Academic Year Grade Level: Grades 2-6

Our elementary enrichment program allows students to improve their English Language literacy skills.  Reading, writing, listening and speaking will be mixed with fun activities that will foster your child’s confidence and efficiency in literacy.  During the last two hours of every day, each student will be able to choose from a variety of fun activities to participate in such as animation, cooking, arts and crafts, and sports.

Middle School Program

Grade 6 to Grade 8

2016-2017 Academic Year Grade Level: Grades 7-9

This program is designed to help students work on improving their reading, writing, speaking and listening, and math skills, as well as to develop their vocabulary and grammar.  Students will review and practice the skills they will need for their next grade level.  During the last two hours of every day, each student will be able to choose from a variety of engaging activities to participate in such as animation, cooking, arts and crafts, and sports.

English as a Second Language Program

Grade 1 to Grade 11

2016-2017 Academic Year Grade Level: Grades 2-12

As always we offer continual support for our ESL students in smaller classes.  Students in the summer ESL program receive intense language instruction to improve their academic vocabulary, reading comprehension, grammar, writing, and speaking and listening skills.

High School Remedial Program

Grade 9 to Grade 12

2016-2017 Academic Year Grade Level: Grades 10 and higher

This program is designed to meet the needs of our students who need more time to meet learning goals-whether it is because of class time lost due to changing schools, issues related to learning English as a second language, or individual learning styles.

High school students who received a semester grade of F during the school year need to attend summer school for re-teaching with the aim of receiving high school credit for graduation.  Students who received report card grades below C- in a core subject can raise their grade and GPA by attending summer school.

University Test Preparation Program

Grade 9 to Grade 11

2016-2017 Academic Year Grade Level: Grades 9-12

High school students may enrol in one, two or all three of the following test prep courses: 1) SAT Critical Reading and Writing, 2) SAT Math, and 3) TOEFL.  Students learn specific strategies through multiple practice exercises, practice tests, timed tests, and computerized tests.  All three of our university test prep courses are taught in small classes to ensure students receive the individual attention needed to refine their skills, improve their test taking confidence, and help them achieve an optimal score on their university entrance exams.

Note: a minimum of 7 students is required for our university test prep courses to be offered; otherwise these course will not be open.