Programs

Our intensive summer services make it easy for students to shore up weak academic skills and still have
plenty of time for summer fun

Summer Program

Summer offers students the space and time to dive deeply into developing skills and strategies within a structure that works best for them – 1:1 with an expert or in a group with peers.

Rather than coming once per week over the whole summer, students come every day for just a couple of weeks. That intensity allows them to spend less time on reviewing and more time on learning and mastering new skills.

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Individual Instruction, Summer 2019

Students work individually with an educational specialist chosen just for them.  They build momentum quickly, make great progress in just a short amount of time, and head into the new school year with new confidence.  Our Individual Summer Program is defined more clearly HERE.

Academic Clubs, Summer 2019

Our Academic Clubs offer students an opportunity to receive intensive instruction in skills that are critical to school success within a multi-sensory curriculum that weaves a theme through all learning activities. Students work together in small groups to develop a variety of learning, academic, and social skills while having a whole lot of fun. All kids love to belong to clubs, especially those that celebrate their creativity!

MAGICAL BEASTS AND BEINGS CLUB (enrollment is FULL)
For students entering grades 3, 4, 5 – Needham office, FULL DAY – DETAILS HERE

ARCHAEOLOGY CLUB  (enrollment is FULL)
For students entering grades 3, 4, 5 – Beverly office, FULL DAY – DETAILS HERE

PALEONTOLOGY CLUB 
For students entering 5, 6, 7  – Beverly office, FULL DAY – DETAILS HERE

MOVIE CLUB 
For students entering 6, 7, 8  – Needham office, HALF DAY – DETAILS HERE

We are currently enrolling our Summer 2019 program.  Our Academic Clubs fill quickly!  Contact us now to register.

“The strategies I learned in American Cinema class were so easy to learn and SO HELPFUL! I already know how I’ll be able to use them to take notes and stay organized next year. They’re going to save me in social studies and science.” – Grade 10 student