Don’t want your kids sitting around all summer long? Hoping your child doesn’t lose his desire to learn over the next few months? Check out our summer camps and courses to see which one works best for you and your child. With over 20 years of experience, we continue to provide support for children with all learning styles and needs.
Join our summer programs where your child will build relationships, learn and be active, and meet challenges with a smile. All of our staff members have significant experience in their fields and have all of the necessary clearances and background checks successfully in place.
My daughter attended summer camp in 2017 and seemed to have a great time! Although she is non-verbal, the pictures I saw and reports from Chris and our nurse were that she really enjoyed it. She liked reading the books with the group and the outside activities they participated in. It seems like a fun time for all!Margaret S.
2018 Summer Camp Series
Morning Camps: 9 am – Noon For Ages 4 – 8
June 11: Little Picasso and Mini Monet
June 18: Rainforest Adventures
June 25: Wild, Wild West
July 9: Villains & Superheroes
July 16: Under the Sea
July 23: Christmas in July
July 30: Dinosaurs
Aug. 6: Space Exploration
Aug. 13: Princesses and Pirates
Aug. 20: Under the Big Top
Afternoon Camps: 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm For Ages 9 – 14
June 11: Robotics Engineering
June 18: Minecraft Modding
June 25: Programming and Engineering
July 9: Spa, Fitness, and Relaxation
July 16: Upcycle and Recycle Art
July 23: Wide World of Sports
July 30: Science and Experimenting
Aug. 6: Lego Camp
Aug. 13: Game Programming
Aug. 20: Coding
Study Skills Camps
Interested in a week of camp that will help your child with organization, planning, and focus, as well as teaching him note-taking and test-taking skills? This camp presents activities designed to focus on the part of the brain responsible for planning, organizing and prioritizing.
This camp will help your child to move from one subject to another, manage stress and finish what they start. We work with your child to increase their Executive Functioning skills and confidence. Our staff are committed to meeting the individual needs of the children we serve. And yes! There’s a lot of summer fun included.
Executive Functioning & Study Skills Camp is for Grades 5-12.
Camp Dates: August 13-17, 2018 or August 20-24, 2018
Camp Times: 9 am – 12 pm
- Identifying Individual Learning Styles
- Organization & Planning
- Time Management
- Note-Taking Skills
- Reading Skills
- Test-Taking Skills
- Goal-Directed Persistence
- Flexibility and Improvising
- Working Memory and Mnemonics
- Metacognition and Wrap UP
SAT Prep Course
This SAT prep course will show you the strategies and give you the skills needed to get your optimal score when taking the SAT. Our small group setting allows for individual attention to focus on the areas most needed by each student. Broken down into four, two-hour sessions, we will cover the following:
Session 1: Building an effective Strategy for the SAT format
Session 2: Applying Critical Thinking and Algebra to SAT Math
Session 3: Reading and Language in the SAT
Session 4: Essaying on Standardized Tests & Practicum
Cost: $350 (includes all materials)
Course Dates: August 20-23 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm | All sessions held at 17 Turner Ln, West Chester, PA
This math course is an innovative Algebra refresher course for children entering 6th – 9th grades in 2018-2019. This crash course will get your child’s brain back in gear so they can start the new school year with the confidence they need to succeed in math. Our three-session course will meet for 2 hours each day and cover the following topics:
- Session 1 – Review of basic algebra vocabulary and concepts
- Session 2 – Adding negative variables and properties of algebraic equations
- Session 3 – Incorporating higher level problems & multiple variables and applying all skills to solving word problems
This course is being taught by a WCASD teacher and will meet at the following times: August 6-8, 10 am – noon; August 6, 7, & 9, 6 pm – 8 pm; August 13 – 15, 10 am – noon; August 13, 14, and 16, 6 pm – 8 pm. The cost is $250 (includes take home materials).