COVID-19 NOTICE as of March 20, 2020:
MBTA’s office is closed until further notice.
Our summer school registration is still open.
CASH payments for summer school have been suspended until further notice.
DO NOT WALK-IN TO OUR OFFICE. DO NOT SEND CASH VIA POSTAL MAIL.
Direct any questions or concerns to Ms. Hyden: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications are being accepted for the 2020 Summer School Program.
Please review the information here carefully before submitting an application.
EARLY Registration: March 1st - April 17th
OPEN Registration: April 18th - May 15th
*** Absolutely NO LATE registrations will be accepted ***
2020 MBTA Summer School Calendar
2020 MBTA Summer School Course Catalog
2020 MBTA Summer School Application
2020 MBTA Summer School Handbook (Revised 03/03/2020)
MBTA Summer School - Grade Appeal Form
MBTA Summer School - Grade Request Form
*** Please also note that we may have enrollment caps this year, so please submit your applications and payments as soon as possible. ***
MBTA Summer Program Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):*** Please review these FAQs before emailing Ms. Hyden. ***
Who can apply for MBTA’s online summer school?
- Grade level 9-12 DOE, Public Charter, Private, and Homeschooled students who are residents of the state of Hawai‘i.
- Unfortunately, we are unable to provide laptops to non-MBTA students for summer school.
- MBTA students must make arrangements through the tech department in order to retain their school-issued laptops for summer school use.
- Yes, each student may register for up to two classes during our summer session, if both classes are 0.5 credit classes.
- No, if the student enrolls in a 1.0 credit class.
- No. It is highly discouraged to enroll in multiple summer school programs. We believe it puts undue strain on the student, given the accelerated nature of our courses.
- Our online system requires a unique, valid email address to create the students' accounts, which are used to access our course website. Students may send and receive communication with teachers and notifications from the courses through their email address.
- Students are expected to check their email daily. Students are permitted to use their parent/guardian's email if it is accessible to the student daily and if it is not being used another student participating in this program.
- While traveling, it is best to have a personal laptop, tablet, etc. to access our courses and do word processing. Internet access can be obtained through most paid lodgings. Otherwise, there are many public Wi-Fi hotspots available worldwide.
- We suggest that families schedule school-time into the itinerary in order to ensure success for the student. It is also useful to keep a clock that is on Hawai'i time, since all due dates and times will adhere to Hawai'i time.
- If students encounter any issues, prompt communication with the teacher is highly encouraged.
- If the student is attending a camp without internet access for up to one weeks time, they should first consider that one day of summer school is worth approximately 3 days of regular instruction... that's nearly a month of school work. but it is possible.
- In passed years, students who have planned ahead for such camps have been successful by coordinating an accelerated schedule with the teacher. Some students were even at camps which allowed for internet access. It is best to inquire first with the camp/organization prior to making summer school arrangements.
- All lessons, discussions, quizzes, and exams are on our course website. Students will complete assignments, and projects for uploading to the course.
- A number of hours are set each week for pre-approved physical activity, and the students are responsible for logging these hours and submitting them to the teacher through the course website. This system is ideal for those involved with sports or those who prefer an individual, self-paced program for P.E.
- Please refer to the PE Factsheet for more information. (Revised 03/02/2020)
- No. However, MBTA is open to accepting outside scholarships for tuition.
- We accept Alu Like tuition vouchers every year. For more information about Alu Like's summer scholarship program, please visit their website: http://www.alulike.org/services/kaipu_summer.html
- Tuition payment must be accompanied by the signed application confirmation page (PDF sent to your designated email address).
- Tuition is accepted by mail: Check, Money Order, or Voucher.
- You may also opt to pay with cash in our office, but it must be the exact tuition amount. The office will not be able to provide change.
- Tuition must be paid in-full at the time of application.
- Alu Like vouchers are considered a promise of payment, and the student's tuition will be considered paid for in the amount specified on the voucher. Parent/Guardians are responsible for any remaining balance. If tuition payment vouchers are awarded after the parent/guardian has made the tuition payment, a refund will be issued to the parent/guardian following redemption of the payment voucher.
- Step 1: Complete the online withdrawal form. ONLY add the class(es) that you wish to withdraw from.
- Step 2: Check your email for the confirmation.
- Step 3: Print and Sign the confirmation PDF.
- Step 4: Submit to MBTA office by the posted deadline.
- The summer school director will process the withdrawal request and forward it to MBTA’s accountant to issue any approved refunds.
- No refund will be processed without the completed & signed confirmation page.