Are you looking for ways to keep the learning going for your daughter over the summer? Enrich her education by checking out some of these phenomenal programs!
This page will be updated as we become informed of other opportunities that we feel will be of interest to our community. Note that these programs listed here are not affiliated with Garrison Forest School in any way, nor do they offer programs on our campus. There are many programs available to GFS students through the 2011 summer camp offerings at the School. These programs are listed to the right.
Please contact Rachel Herlein, Middle School Academic Resource Coordinator, (410-559-3370)
Summer Enrichment Opportunities
Like students with talent in athletics or the arts, students with academic talent deserve the opportunity to develop their skills to highest possible level. JHU's summer programs offer eligible students from all over the country and around the world the opportunity to engage in challenging academic work in the company of peers who share their exceptional abilities and love of learning.
Summer Skyline at Shenandoah University offers students new and exciting opportunities. From in-depth study of engaging and contemporary topics to dynamic evening activities, students get an immersive educational and social experience.
The mission of the Summer Institute for the Gifted is to provide the highest quality educational and social opportunities for academically gifted and talented students through programs designed to meet their abilities and needs. Residential Programs are offered in various locations around the country.
Our summer camps are like no other in the world. Whether you enroll in our acting, filmmaking, screenwriting, journalism, musical theatre, video game design or 3D animation camps you will work with students from all our camps to make a short film. This provides each student the opportunity to play a valuable role in the production of a film while receiving the hands-on instruction needed to perfect your craft. Teen Ink
: A great resource for finding summer programs, mostly on college campuses, for academic enrichment.
The Center for Gifted Education
will be offering an enrichment
opportunity for rising K through 9th graders. The Summer Enrichment Program
(SEP) will take place at The College of William and Mary and it will consist of
two sessions: July 11-15 and July 18-22. New this year, The Center for Gifted Education will also be offering SEP in Richmond at Maggie Walker. This session will run from July 5-8 and is for
rising 6th through 8th graders.