Judge Memorial Catholic High School

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Summer Camps & Opportunities: 2017

Judge Memorial Catholic High School's 2017 slate of summer opportunities begins on Monday, June 5, 2017 and includes a variety of academic and enrichment courses to exercise the mind, body, and soul.  

Parents/Guardians Please Note: Payments due to the Main Office by May 15, 2017. Checks should be made out to Judge Memorial. A confirmation of registration and student schedule will be mailed to you upon receipt of request and payment in full. Class sizes may be limited, so be sure to submit your registration early. Judge Memorial reserves the right to modify any offerings and to withdraw courses for which too few students register. Questions or concerns should be directed to Mr. Matt DeVoll via email, mdevoll@judgememorial.com.

For Athletic Summer Camps & Trainings visit
judgememorial.com/apps/pages/sportscamp or click here.

For College Bootcamp & Essay Workshops for the incoming class of 2018 visit:

Click Here to Register

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Boost your study skills, meet new friends, and get comfortable with coming to Judge by joining us this summer. Don’t hit a dead end in your skill development; developing skills is an ongoing process. Join us as we use the Study Max Program to help you become a fully engaged learner and a more successful student. Through interactive lessons you will evaluate and complete a personal skills profile, interpret your responses, list your goals, and reflect on your standard operating system for studying. Identify your learning strengths and your intelligence type. Your organization, time-efficiency and learning environment will also be examined. The core of time will be spent on Turbo-Charging Reading and Studying; every student should benefit from this section. You will learn how to read faster (speed reading), improve reading comprehension, take effective textbook and class notes, recall facts, and think like a teacher by learning to anticipate what is likely to be on tests. You will also work on writing well-organized essays. There is a payoff for doing well in school: more options for your future.
Class meets June 5 - June 22, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 – 9:30A
Instructor: Ms. Dianna Pugh


In this ACT Prep course we cover targeted concepts in English, math, reading, and science. We also help students master timing and other important testing strategies which are proven to lead to higher scores. Students will have the opportunity to take three real ACT practice tests during this course. Our primary objective is assessing the weak areas of each student and giving them the tools and motivation to continue studying independently for the ACT. Last year, a few students completed this course and worked hard during the rest of the summer, leading to overall score improvement by five points! Included with the price of the course is a binder that will include all of the lecture notes, lessons, and homework assignments.
Class meets June 5 - June 22, Monday-Thursday, 9:00 - 10:00A                           
Instructor:  Victor Camacho, High Performance Tutoring


CULINARY ARTS – LEVEL I & II:  $275  (1/2 Art Credit) 
(Level II Prerequisite: Level I)
Levels I and II will be taught by Master Chef and Judge faculty member Timothy Soran. Learn to cook healthy and delicious meals, receive the Food Handlers’ permit, earn your own Chef’s Coat, and qualify to assist with special events and functions at Judge during the upcoming school year. Say goodbye to boxed mac & cheese and hello to well-balanced, creative, epicurean delights! The fee includes all food supplies, training, and Food Handlers’ permit. One of our most popular summer classes, enrollment is limited to 25 students per level.  Open to students in grades nine-12. For Level II there will be an optional "Serve Safe" manager training class offered through Nicholas and Co. Students will meet in the Judge Cafeteria for 12 weekdays in June.
Level I class meets June 5 - June 22, Monday-Thursday, 11:30-2:30P
Level II class meets June 5 - June 22, Monday-Thursday, 8:30-11:30A
Instructor:  Mr. Tim Soran


Get in the driver’s seat, Bulldogs!  This course will consist of the two following State requirements: (A) nine two-hour classes which will include lectures, video instruction, practice quiz, a variety of learning activities, (B) six hours of behind-the-wheel driving instruction/observations. **Students must attend all class sessions to receive credit.** Students must be at least 15 years old to enroll in this program; a parent signature is required at time of registration for students under 18. Behind-the-wheel instruction will be contracted with Mr. Wright. 
Instructors:  Wright Driving School, LLC / Mr. Barry Bell
Class work will be take place at Judge Memorial,
Tuesday May 30th - Friday June 9th, from 8-10A

Tuesday May 30 - Friday, June 9, from 10:30A-12:30P
(The 10:30A class is at capacity and no longer available.)


FITNESS FOR LIFE:  $250 (1/2 P.E. Credit)
As a requirement for graduation, this class is designed to educate students about the benefits of exercise outside of the traditional physical education classroom. Students will participate in several hikes in the Wasatch Front Mountains, running/ walking, yoga, and other aerobic activity. Topics to be covered will be body composition, diet, nutrition, exercise, physiology, and mental imagery. Students need to come prepared for both classroom instruction and activities. Please pick up an information/forms packet from Ms. Sawaya after you register for class. Forms will be due and collected on the first day of class. Physical activities will require shoes appropriate for hiking – NO Smooth Soled Shoes – and comfortable workout attire. Be prepared to make new friends, explore a variety of fitness activities, hike great trails, and have fun! Pre-approved absences must be cleared by Ms. Sawaya and only two absences are allowed to be made up to pass the class. Only one class missed can be a full activity class.
Class meets June 5 - June 22, Monday-Thursday; times will vary according to the daily activity.
Instructor:  Ms. Jeanette Sawaya, and other Judge Memorial faculty/staff


METAL SCULPTURE:  Red Heat  $225
For students entering grades 9 - 12 in Fall 2017 for one week in June. Fee includes all the art supplies. Students will need to provide their own leather gloves. NO SANDALS! Class size is limited to 12 students. All classes will be held in the Art Room, fourth floor at Judge. 
Class meets June 5 - June 10, Monday-Saturday, from 8:30A - 1:30P
Memorial.Instructor: Mr. Tom Bettin and guest artists


This course presents guidelines for individuals to improve their physical fitness by incorporating fitness, pre- and post-testing, weightlifting, ply-metrics, speed and agility training, along with health and diet guidelines. This class is open to all grades, nine-12. All class sessions will be held in the Fassio Weight Room.
Class will meet for 15 week days, June 5 - June 23, Monday-Friday; the weight room will be open from 10A to 2P; fill your hour requirements on your own schedule.
Instructors:  Coach Marquis DuPre and Coach Stan Finn, and other Judge Memorial coaching staff


For students entering grades 5 - 9 in the Fall of 2017. The Judge Memorial Performing Arts department is pleased to offer its 12th annual Summer Theatre program. This year’s production will be a musical with plenty of parts and excitement for everyone. Students create the production from beginning to actual stage performances on June 16; including all costumes, scenery, songs, and choreography. As always, everyone gets to be in the show! Cost includes six tickets to any performance. Additional tickets may be purchased at the door.
Class meets June 5 – June 16, Monday-Friday from 9A to 2:30P.  A lunch break will be provided from 12:00-12:30 (participants need to bring own lunch & drink.) Performances on June 16  at 2:00 PM and 7:00 P.M.
Instructor: Ms. Marjoris Regus


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For ATHLETIC SUMMER CAMPS & TRAININGS visit: http://www.judgememorial.com/apps/pages/sportscamp or click here.

For SUMMER COLLEGE BOOTCAMP & ESSAY WORKSHOPS for the incoming class of 2018 visit:

What Are You Doing This Summer, Bulldogs?!