Spend your summer taking classes in Tustin.
What class should I take?
Here's your guide for choosing ModernBrain's classes. Look at our COURSE CATALOGUE for descriptions.
Dates, Deadlines, and Deals (Summer 2022)
Our Tustin classes are located at 2682 Walnut Avenue, Tustin, California 92780.
There are 18 classes across nine weeks in the Summer 2022 semester.
Our Spring 2022 classes will end on May 22, 2022.
Starting Date: June 6, 2022 (Monday) [Note that Speech and Congress Nationals Team classes start on June 13, 2022.]
Ending Date: August 5, 2022 (Sunday)
Littles Class (1st and 2nd Graders) Tuition: $1026 per semester
Regular Classes Tuition: $1350 per semester
We offer deals and discounts.
If payment and registration are completed before 3/31/22, you get a 9% early bird discount.
If payment and registration are completed before 4/30/22, you get a 5% early bird discount.
If payment and registration are completed before 5/31/22, you get a 3% early bird discount.
If two students register from the same household during the same semester, the second student gets a 10% discount. The discount applies to the less expensive of the two classes.
If the same student registers for two classes during the same semester, they get a 20% discount for the second class. [This discount does not apply to any Nationals Team class or private lessons. The discount applies to the less expensive of the two classes.]
The above discounts do not apply to the Nationals Team classes (Nationals Team Speech Workshop, Nationals Team Congress, Competition Public Forum, and Returning Lincoln-Douglas).
All of our classes are pro-rated if students join after the start of the semester. Join any time!
We follow strict COVID-19 safety protocols.
We mandate that all in-person teachers and students follow the masking rules of the local school/district.
All our instructors are vaccinated.
We clean and disinfect our rooms after every class.
Our economics courses are uniquely structured.
Our goal is to give students the intellectual and decision-making tools that they need to become independent financially stable people by the time they finish high school. Students will learn the basics of personal financial literacy, the elements of building a successful business, finance and investment through the eyes of an investor, and economic theory and history.
It all begins in elementary school with personal financial literacy and public speaking for business. In middle school, students transition to learning economics and practical business skills. Finally, at the high school level, students prep for AP Macro and Microeconomics while learning economic theory and history.