The Academic Summer Program (ASP) provides an opportunity for incoming students to gain skills that will help them adjust to the academic and social aspects of George School life.
While attending classes taught by George School faculty, students will build academic skills such as note taking, time management, paragraph development, using and recognizing rhetorical patterns, active listening, critical thinking, and close reading. The Academic Summer Program is a boarding program for both new day and boarding students. We do provide a non-boarding option in special circumstances. If you would like to discuss a potential day option, please contact email@example.com.
Modeled after an actual academic week at George School, students reside in a dormitory and attend classes daily. Through supervised evening study halls, students are encouraged to practice the skills they learn in classes each day. Resident faculty members and upper-class student counselors will be on hand to assist students and monitor the dormitories.
In addition to enhancing academic skills, students will participate in activities, sports, and workshops designed to help them adjust to the social aspects of life at George School. Faculty and academic counselors will tackle issues such as living in a diverse community, resisting imposed identities, and forging a sense of self. The academic and social elements of the summer program work together to help students build a strong foundation for their time at George School.
Session 1: Sunday, August 14 through Friday, August 19, 2016
Session 2: Sunday, August 21 through Friday, August 26, 2016
Questions? Please call Colette Weber at 215.579.6847 if you need additional help or email firstname.lastname@example.org.