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How Academic Programs Over the Summer Can Help Many Students

Summer academic programs are important for many students

For all learners, forgetting happens during summer vacation.  For struggling learners, “forgetting” can result in falling further behind in school.  As a parent, determine which academic skills are crucial for your learner to focus on during the summer.  Finding a summer program that fits your child’s needs could make all the difference in their success for next school year.  

Girl studying at Summit School, Edgewater, MDAccording to a 2011 RAND Report, good summer programs with individualized instruction, parental involvement and small classes can keep children from falling behind.  Parents consistently cite summer as the most difficult time to ensure that their children have productive things to do (Duffett et al. 2004).  

Summer academic programs help students maintain and enhance skills.  Middle school students who expect to take high school entrance exams and high school students preparing for college entrance exams can use the summer months to learn writing and study skills needed for strong test performance and ultimate high school or college acceptance.  

Let summer be a good balance of fun and learning. Studying math at Summit School, Edgewater, MD

Camp Summit combines morning academics in reading, math, and oral/written expression with afternoon activities that are fun!  Experienced and supportive teachers and counselors lead campers in sports, games, performances, arts projects, crafts, and field trips.  Summit campers get the boost they need to help them succeed in the next school year, while having fun and making new friends.  

The Summit School offers several summer academic programs for students who struggle in school. 

Find out more at:



The Summit School
664 East Central Ave, Edgewater, MD 21037

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