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By Meredith Rose

 

This summer, Fellowship Academy in Kennedale, TX, will offer two summer courses for students interested in accelerating their science education. The courses are Medical Terminology and either On-Level or Honors Anatomy and Physiology (A&P). 

 

These courses are available for incoming 9th-12th grade Fellowship Academy students as well as out-of-district students. Course space is limited and the deadline for registration and payment is Thursday, June 10, at 4 p.m. 

 

“This is a terrific opportunity for students to get a head start in two fully-accredited classes that can go toward their degree plan and chosen endorsement,” said David Slight, Science Department chair and instructor for both classes. “Successfully completing these classes will allow students room in their schedule to take other courses of their choosing during the long semesters.” 

 

Medical Terminology will be held online with instructor assistance by Slight. Students may also receive additional in-person instruction from Slight during campus hours if necessary. This course is designed to be flexibly paced to meet student needs, but course tests will be held on campus.   

 

On-Level and Honors A&P is a two-session course and will be held on campus with in-person instruction by Slight. Sessions I and II are both 14 days long and will be held in June and July respectively. Students already enrolled at Fellowship are required to register for both sessions. Out-of-district applicants are encouraged to register for both courses but may choose to register for just one. 

 

All students interested in registering for On-Level or Honors A&P must have completed a prerequisite Chemistry course. 

 

Any student who registers for Medical Terminology and both sessions of either On-Level or Honors A&P is eligible to receive a $50 discount off the price of their summer courses, bringing the total down to $800 for both classes.

 

“I am very pleased that Fellowship is able to offer these accelerated summer classes,” Slight said. “We are always looking for ways to build our Science Department and this is a big step in that process.”

 

To see more information, course pricing and registration details, click here. For further questions or for more information about Fellowship Academy, please call 817-483-2400.



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