Summer camps are said to play an important part in a child’s growth, altering their behavior for the next six months. Even if children engage in enrichment courses, they are outside their usual classroom setting and shed their fear of failure when they realize they’re not being graded for their performance, yet have a variety of opportunities to excel.
An overseas camp will result in a completely different summer experience for your child as they travel to a foreign country, live with a multitude of children, both local and international, and learn to cross international boundaries via the common English language. Children will return from their foreign excursions with renewed confidence, rich tales to share, and new friends across borders. An overseas summer camp is a safe way to let children step into the world.
Champittet Summer Leadership Course, Jun 27-Jul 10
A brand new, two week leadership camp for 12-17 year olds organized in partnership with Swiss Leadership Academy. Students will develop leadership skills via challenges and outdoor activities. They will have the opportunity to develop communication skills, goal setting, time and stress management techniques. Students will also learn about “savoir vivre” and have the opportunity to participate in first aid workshops while learning effectively in teams.
CHF 4,000 including boarding, or CHF 2,000 for day camp. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
BSB/Juilliard’s Summer Performing Arts, July 9-22
British Schools of Beijing cooperates with Juilliard to present a two-week intensive arts programme in Geneva, Switzerland. Students will explore the world of music, drama, and dance.
Day and boarding programs available for students aged 10-18. Discounts for BSB students. Fee includes accommodation, lessons, three meals a day, transportation and admission fees, health insurance. For more information, contact email@example.com.
BCA International Summer Camp, Jul 2-19
Beijing Collegiate Academy takes Beijing families to Camp Speers-Eljabar has been running YMCA camps in the Philadelphia Freedom Valley since 1948. Children can join a day camp (ages 4-8) while their parents have their own program (including broad exposures to the camp and nearby area). The sleep away camp (ages 7-15, parents don’t need to accompany) participants can select up to six activities.
Registration deadline May 15. Contact for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org (6681 2563).
Longacre Summer Camps, Jun 26-Jul 16
Offering two programs, a leadership camp for ambitious teens (age 12-18) and a mini camp for younger children (age 8-12), Longacre has been running summer camps for 42 years. The camps are all hosted on a 200-acre farm in the rolling hills of central Pennsylvania, USA (four hours from NYC). Onsite activities are divided into play, work, build, explore, create, care and rest. Visit their website for more information (longacre.com/inquire).
TSL Young Learners, Jul 24-Aug 7 Students aged 8-13 will mix with young people from all around the world on the beautiful school campus in St. Albans in the UK. The purpose of the course is to improve their English skills and encourage the ability to free talk. For more information, email email@example.com.(UK) TSL Cambridge University Summer Course, Jul 31-Aug 14Students aged 14-18, accompanied by a group of eight Cambridge students, will complete a series of workshops related to university, careers, and successful living at Cambridge University (UK). Students will also make trips to Oxford University, London School of Economics, and University College London. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.