From early July through early August, Eagle Hill offers a five-week session (July 1 to August 2, 2019) for students ages 10-16 who have been identified with specific learning (dis)abilities and/or ADHD, inattentive sub-type.
Consistent with our school mission, the Eagle Hill summer session provides academic enrichment and skill development in an atmosphere that inspires students to reach beyond their comfort zone, to explore new activities, and to discover new passions. Dynamic electives and a wide range of sports activities are combined with targeted academic courses that address the needs of the whole person in a warm, friendly, camp-like atmosphere. This success-oriented environment gives bright, motivated students the opportunity to flourish. Summer session is also a great way for students entering our academic year program in the fall to become acquainted with the campus, to get to know the faculty, and to meet their new friends, ensuring a smooth and successful transition.
Traditional Summer Session
Eagle Hill’s Traditional Summer Session blends the experience of a classic summer camp with our unique approach to educating diverse learners. The course offerings and activities are designed to help students ages 10-16 have a fun-filled summer while building confidence and paving the road for academic success in the fall. There’s a reason so many families have fallen in love with Eagle Hill after participating in the summer program!
New Student Orientation Program students enroll in five courses offered through EHS's traditional summer program and two courses for academic credit—Seminar On Learning and Adventure Ropes—that are for Orientation Program participants only. Additionally, there is a program of social activities designed exclusively for Orientation participants, culminating in a summer-ending white water rafting trip.
The Leader in Training (LIT) program is the perfect opportunity for energetic, inquisitive students to take on responsibility, gain valuable leadership experience, and transform summertime into a period of personal and social growth.
The Leaders in Training program blends workshops, supervised opportunities to lead younger summer students, special off-campus trips, community service programs, and collaborative classroom teaching opportunities with one goal in mind: helping your children grow into the leaders you know they can be.