As usual, we have many students registered for our summer courses. At the present time, while there have been no directives from state officials for June or July school closures, the Indiana Department of Education has recommended schools begin working on transitioning summer school programs online, especially for the month of June. Therefore, we have been working on backup plans. We feel that it is important to make these decisions very soon, in light of the possible adjustments to student and family schedules that could be involved.

We have decided to shift all Summer Session 1 (June 8-26) classes, so that we will no longer hold in-person classes during Summer Session 1. Many of the classes will shift online during June, though not all – we have provided the detailed list below. The course fee for all online courses will be reduced to $475. In-person course fees for Session 2 will remain at $625.

We are still hopeful that we will be able to return to the building for in-person Summer Session 2 (July 6-24) classes. If it becomes apparent in the future that in-person classes would not be possible in July either, then we will be prepared to shift those classes as well.

We are working through contingency plans for Prep @ Brebeuf Summer academic and athletic camps taking place in June and will be communicating separately to registered families once a decision has been made.

Your point of contact for all summer school registration questions is Amy Pitcher, at apitcher@brebeuf.org. Thank you for your flexibility and understanding during these adjustments.


Click here to access the Brebeuf Jesuit Summer School Form