Abbreviations Key

A key to abbreviations in summer school listings:

ES - elementary school students.

JHS - junior high school students.,rSHS - senior high school students.

ES/SHS - for example, elementary and senior high school students.

ES-SHS - for example, elementary through senior high school students.

ES; handicapped - for example, elementary students and accomodations for elementary-aged handicapped students.

District of Columbia public school officials have complied a directory of summer programs available to students in the Washington metropolitan area.

Students who plan to take a course for credit at a school that is not part of the D.C. system should check with principals of their schools to be sure the credit can be transferred. For questions or comments about the directory or the programs, call Karen Sorenson, 724-4044.

The Information Center for Handicapped Individuals, Inc., has published its annual directory of summer programs for handicapped children, "Here Comes the Sun." Write Yetta Galiber, ICHI, 1413 K St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20005, or call 347-4986.

Following is a listing of summer schools, the first of four parts of the summer directory:

Academy of Notre Dame, N. Capitol and K streets NW. Summer Session: Review/repeat courses. Grades 9-12, June 18-July 20.9 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Monday-Friday. 1 1/2 hour classes. $10 non-refunable registration fee; Register June 12-14, 9 a.m. noon. For more information call Sister Joanne Schneberger, 393-8332.

The American University, 153 McKinley Building. Summer Session: Courses for credit, SHS.B average and letter of recommendation from counselor. Day sessions: June 11-July 13 and July 16-Aug. 17. Evening session: July 2-Aug. 17. Most courses are $123 per credit hour. Register until the Friday before the session begins. For more information call the Office of Summer Sessions, 686-2697.

Avalon School, 2814 Franklin St. NE. Remedial Education Program: Noncredit review, coaching, tutoring; Montessori method; individual and small groups; assessment included in fees. K/ES. June 18-July 27. 8 a.m.-5 p.m., as scheduled. $25 application fee; nominal hourly rate. Register through June 16. For more information call Dr. E.P. Queen, 526-5545.

John Carroll High School, 4300 Harewood Rd. NE. Courses for credit. Grades 9-12. June 18-July 20. 8:30 a.m.-12:25 p.m. $75 per course. Register June 14-15; 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Contact Father Thomas Bogardus, 529-0900.

DCPS Title I, ESEA, 1286 Upshur St. NW-Comprehensive Summer Program: Academic, for credit; field trips and performances; transportation provided. Also offers parent involvement and training. Grades K-3 and 7. June 25-Aug. 8. 9 a.m.-noon (lunch is available, noon-12:30 p.m.). Free to Title I identified students. Register now. Contact Vilma Lee or Barbara Simpkins, 724-4803.

The Field School, 2126 Wyoming Ave. N.W. Math courses for credit/noncredit. JHS/SHS. June 20-July 31. $150 for three weeks; $265 for six weeks. Register by June 20. Call 232-0733 for information.

Georgetown Preparatory School, 10900 Rockville Pike, Rockville, 20852. Summer school. Request a brochure for information. Contact Robert Barry, 493-5000.

Gonzaga College High School, 19 Eye St. NW. Summer School: Credit and noncredit courses: Pre-English, algebra, study skills, reading for entering ninth graders, science social studies, foreign language. Grades 9-12. June 18-July 27. 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. $80 per courses; $70 if pre-registered by June 15. Register June 18; 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.-3 p.m. Contact Rick Cannon, 737-9650, ext. 32.

Gordon Adult Education Center, 34th Street and Wisconsin Avenue NW. Noncredit courses: ESL, citizenship, GED. Age 16 and older. Registeration is June 25. June 26-Aug. 10. Contact Sonia Gutierrez, 282-0140.

Harker Preparatory School, 8501 Harker Dr., Potomac, Md. Courses for credit: SHS. June 17-July 28, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. $800 plus books. Register June 17. Contact Col. John Kieffer, 299-5555.

Immaculata Dunblane School, 4325-42nd St. NW. Courses: credit/noncredit. Reading and math (grades 1-7); English grammar and composition (grade 6-7). June 25-July 27. 9 a.m.-noon. $65 per course. Register until June 9. Contact Sister Christine Patrick, 966-0190.

Kingsbury Lab School, 1809 Phelps Place, NW. Summer Sessions. Remedial: reading, math, language arts, perceptual motor and organizational skills. Parent interview, child visit, copies of school reports, academic evaluations required. ES/JHS; SLD-handicapped. June 20-July 27. ES: 9 a.m.-2 p.m., $600. SHS: 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., $450. Scholarships may be available. Register until June 10. Contact Karen Vartanian, 232-5878.

Langley School, 1411 Balls Hill Rd., McLean, Va. Langley Summer Growth: Courses for credit. ES/JHS. June 25-July 27. 9 a.m.-noon. $125 per course. Register until June 15. Contact Betty Brown, Sara Friedlander or Mary Gambino, 356-1920.

Logan Community School, 3rd and G streets NE. Summer Enrichment Program: Credit and Noncredit courses in typing, English, U.S. government, tutoring, business and others. SHS; handicapped (program for visually impaired). June 18-July 31. 9a.m.-1 p.m.; 6 p.m.-9 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesday and Thursdays. Free to D.C. residnets. Register June 18, 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Contact Ron Kimbrough, 724-4701.

Maret School, 3000 Cathedral Ave. NW. Summer School: Credit and noncredit courses. JHS/SHS. June 13-July 31. 8:30 a.m.-noon.$350 per course. Register before June 13. Contact Robert Caiola, 483-5710.

Miner Adult Education Center, 601-15th Street NE Noncredit courses. Out-of-school adult, age 16 and older. Continuous program. 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Free to D.C. residents. Contact Lyngrad Rawlings or Joseph Humphrey, 724-4749/50.

Northern Virginia Community College, Extended Learning Institute, 8333 Little River Turnpike, Annandale, Va. 22003 Extended Learning Institute: Credit courses. Continuous registration; courses through print, TV, radio, cassette tape media. SHS; Handicapped. Day and evening classes. Request a brochure or call the Extended Learning Institute, 323-3368.

The Potomac School, Box 430, NcLean, Va. Summer School: English and math; small classes of eight students; individualized instruction. Students may enroll in the arts camp for an additional $100. Transporation for added fee. Ages 10-14. June 25-Aug. 3. 9:30-11:30 a.m. $200 for six-weeks session. Register now. Contact Bill Rollings, 356-4101.

Queen Anne School, 14111 Oak Grove Rd., Upper Marlboro, Md.Summer Session: Credit and noncredit courses. JHS/SHS students. July 9-Aug. 3. Most classes held in morning. $25- $140 per course. Register until June 15. Contact Thomas Farin, 249-5000.

Reading Research Foundation, 4626 Wisconsin Ave. NW. Perceptual Motor Training-reading Therapy. Learning disabled students, ES-SHS. Begins week of June 18. Two hour classes weekdays and Saturdays. $275. Register now. Call 363-7401, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., for information.

River Terrace Community School, 34th and Dix streets NE. Programs for students. Pre-K-SHS. Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Free. Register any time. Contact Lester Jones, 724-4591.

St. Agnes School, Jefferson Park, Alexandria, 22302. Noncredit courses: English, math, study skills, reading. ES/JHS. Request a brochure. Contact Nancy Eaton or Gerri Davison, 549-3542.

St. Albans School, Mount St. Alban. Courses for credit: English, math, language, science, history. Enrichment courses in literature, philosophy, advanced math, music and typing. Three-week review and mini-courses; tutoring; developmental reading, writing and arithmetic for ES. ES-SHS. June 18-July 27. Contact Donna Ayers, 537-6450.

St. John's College High School, 2607 Military Rd. NW Courses for credit and noncredit: English, math, reading, foreign language, science, study skills, more. JHS/SHS. June 27-July 26. 1 1/2-2 hours per day per class. $50- $75 per class. Register June 25-26 or pre-register. Contact Rev. Joseph Kleinstuber, 363-2316, ext. 23.

St. Ignatius School, 2317 Brinkley Rd., Oxon Hill, Md. Summer School and Skills Clinic. Remedial courses in reading and math; reading readiness. K-8 students. July 5-July 31. 8:15 a.m.-noon. $45 per class; $80 for two classes. Register until June 25. Contact Sister Alma Frances, (301) 567-4090.

Sandy Spring Friends School, Sandy Spring, Md. Courses for credit: English, algebra I review. Grades 9-12. June 25-July 20; June 25-Aug. 3. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. $75- $150 per course. Register by June 25. Contact Ramona Braddock, (301) 774-7455.

Sheridan School, 4400-36th St. NW. Intensive Program: math or English. "Phenomena and Form" included. Ages 7-12. June 18-July 6 or July 9-27.8 a.m.-12:30 p.m. $325 per session. Contact Fredrick Parris, 362-7903, or Darlene Pierro, 483-5710.

Sheridan School-Regular Program: English, mathematics, "Phenomena and Form," Architecture for Children. Ages 7-12. June 18-July 27. 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m.; three 90-minute periods. $175 for one course; $300 for two courses; $375 for three courses. Contact Fredrick Parris, 362-7903, or Darlene Pierro, 483-5710.

The Sidwell Friends School, 3825 Wisconsin Ave. NW. Summertime: Courses for credit/noncredit. ES-SHS students. June 25-Aug. 17. $320 per credit corse. Register until June 20. Contact Hannah Kalkstein, 537-8133 or 537-8100 (switchboard).

Strayer College, 601-13th St. NW, Washington, DC 20005. Summer Session: Courses for credit; write for schedule of classes. SHS. June 19-Sept. 1. Day and evening. Register June 18. Contact William Lanzaron, 783-5180.

Wade School, 1860 Michigan Ave. NE. Summer Session. Mornings: math, language arts and reading. Afternoons: crafts, recreation and swimming. ES June 25-Aug. 3. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. $225 or $40 per week. Register by appointment before June 25. Contact Jean Williams, 529-6477.

Washington Ethical Society School, 7750-16th St. NW. Courses for credit: individualized program; small classes. SHS. June 18-July 20; July 23-Aug. 24. 8:30-10:30 a.m.; 11 a.m.-1 p.m. $200 per course. Register on or before starting date. Contact Helen Shanks or Paula Hurwitch, 829-0088.

Washington Street Academy, 6th Street and Brentwood Parkway NE. Summer School: Courses for credit. SHS. July 2-31. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Free to District residents. Register June 29 at 10 a.m. Contact Barbara Bennett, 724-4562.