||A seven week, full-day Summer Program held on the campus of Boston College. It provides a range of academic, enrichment, and recreational activities making use of the many resources of the Boston College Campus as well as diverse activities and resources in the Boston area.
OCCS vouchers accepted and scholarship applications are available. Space fills quickly, register early.||Each session is one week long: Monday-Friday from 8:00am-5:30pm. You may register for individual weeks or the entire program. There is an Early Bird Program beginning at 7:15am. There is a $5/day charge. We do not have late pick-up.
||August Scholars is a three-week, tuition-free, academic summer program for children to avoid serious learning loss.||Current 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th graders - contact Courtney to apply ASAP!
Free! Transportation provided.|
|TEEP (Trinity Education for Excellence Program) is a tuition-free out of school time program that empowers students to pursue excellence. While we have programming for 7th-12th graders throughout the year, all applicants must be currently enrolled in 6th grade to apply.||Current 6th graders - contact Courtney to apply ASAP!
Students must commit to the entire session.|
|Project ALERTA’s summer program offers students the opportunity to experience a full range of activities at our University of Massachusetts Boston campus while receiving intensive academic instruction.||Student must be Latino or an English language learner. Student must be currently in grades 3-5 (so going into 4th, 5th, and 6th grade in September 2014). Student must love to learn and be motivated to take on new challenges!
Space is limited – apply early.|
|A fun, exciting science and engineering program that is a hands-on laboratory and workshop experience to give you the opportunity to learn about science and technology by engaging in the real work of scientists and engineers: design, exploration, experimentation, and invention.||Students in grades 6-9
Three different workshops: Flight School 101, Robo-Alley and Electrical & Mechanical Gizmos
Space is limited to 20 students a workshop – apply early starting February 7, 2014.||Students may register for one or two workshops.|
||Info coming early February-late March||For rising 9th grade girls. ||TBA|
||Tech Savvy is a one-week program for middle school girls sponsored by the Boston Area Girls STEM Collaborative. The program focuses on computing, engineering, and technology, and each day participants visit a different college campus for hands-on activities.||Girls entering 7th or 8th grade in fall 2014
Limited space, apply early!|
|Balfour helps Boston students obtain the skills and confidence necessary to succeed in college. To reach this goal, Balfour Academy provides a summer program of enrichment courses and an academic year tutoring program to supplement each student's regular school program. In order to best prepare students for college, Balfour Academy only accepts students in the summer before they begin the seventh grade, and follows them through high school.||Preference is given to students who: Are entering seventh grade, live in the Northeastern neighborhood, attend Boston Public Schools, seem genuinely interested in participating in the program.
Applications for new students are available after April 1st each year and must be returned the deadline. All applicants fitting the above criteria and who return their forms on time will be assigned an interview.|
||A two-week residential camps hosted at colleges and universities across the nation. Each camp will provide 48-54 promising middle school grade level students the opportunity to enhance their proficiency in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education while living on a college campus - all at no cost to the child or family.||To be eligible to apply, students should:
• Be entering 6th, 7th or 8th grade in the fall of 2014;
• Have a GPA of at least “B” overall in mathematics and science;
• Score at the median to superior level on standardized mathematics and science tests;
• Write a 250-word essay describing their interest in the camp and STEM;
• Be interviewed, if deemed necessary;
• Have exhibited an interest in mathematics and science; and
• Have strong recommendations from their current mathematics and science teachers
Applications due March 31, 2014
|Summer Enrichment Program at the Resurrection Lutheran Church||Established to help children of all ages meet their academic goals.||K2-Grade 8 children
Contact Mrs. Virginia Grayson: 857-251-3788.|
||The summer portion of our year-round programming keeps students learning and growing when school is out.||8:30 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday for five weeks. Locations: Lower Roxbury, Upham's Corner, Codman Square, Chelsea, and Mattapan|
||Following the African philosophy of Paige Academy the Nguzo Saba Summer Program is designed to enhance the growth and development of children via hands on and real life experiences. By participating in our summer program, your child will observe and share in the 7 Principles of Kwanaza. In the Swahili African language the seven principles are called the Nguzo Saba.||Ages 5-12 can join the summer program from 8:00-5:30 daily. Rolling admissions - Applications for Summer Camp can be obtained by contacting Sister Daisy Mayola-Roman, Admissions and Development Director.||Four 2-week sessions that end on August 22nd, 2014. Participants can be enrolled in a 2 week session or for all four sessions.|
|CASA's OWL summer program offers both academic and recreational activities. The weekday schedule features three morning classes starting at 9:00am, followed by afternoon field trips and/or outdoor activities, including swimming and tennis.||The program begins in the last week of June and runs through the end of August. Early arrival (starting at 8:15am) and extended day (until 6:00pm) are included in the base tuition.|