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Here are the dates for the 2013 Summer Camp
July 1-5, 2013 US
July 8-12 US/LS
July 15-19 US/LS
Our Summer Camps
During the summer, students hailing from around the world share in a unique contribution as teachers and fellow classmates come together as a team and make the most of their experience. The school’s curriculum stresses academics but it also provides room for the social, physical, and aesthetic needs of its students.
English classes are offered for students aged from 4 to 17 years old. Our interdisciplinary approach emphasizes self-confidence and the thirst for knowledge.
“Cooperative learning” and “Portfolio assessment” maximize learning, both individually and collectively. This is designed to fully involve students in the learning process, and motivate them to be more active, critical and responsible participants.
If you are interested in receiving information regarding our bus service, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org; you will receive the bus list in return.
Lower school students may only be registered from 9h30 to 16h. Classes and activities are designed in conjunction with an interesting theme and organized by two experienced and teacher qualified coordinators. A typical day consists of a mix of classroom instruction, outdoor (weather permitting)/gym organized games and movement, theatre, computers, art and theme based activities. Please refer to the summer camp brochure for the current theme.
Pre-register for lunch service or bring your own; microwaves, utensils, napkins and cups/water are available for your convenience. All students eat together. Monitors are present in the cafeteria to assist smaller ones with trays, cutting or re-heating food etc.
In all cases, classes are created and offered based upon enrollment. Students are separated by age and level. Bi-lingual classes are also available. All printed class and activity material is in English. Oral discussions are presented only in English for bi-lingual, advanced and fluent classes and partially for beginners and intermediates. A maximum of 15 students per class for 4 to 5 year olds and 20 students for 6 to 11 year olds is allowed.
As part of the ASP summer camp program, secondary students (6e to 1e) have the possibility of registering from 9h30 to 13h OR 9h30 to 16h. All registered students participate in the same class work. From 9h30 to 13h oral and written skills are covered with a half an hour pause from 10h30 to 11h. Each secondary student will be evaluated on the first day.
Lunch is from 13h to 14h. If your child is only registered for the morning session, he or she may take lunch in the cafeteria. Pre-register for lunch service or bring your own; microwaves, utensils, napkins and cups/water are available for your convenience. All students eat together.
From 14h to 16h, appropriately registered students participate in activities such as theatre, sports, art, hip-hop dance, and multi-media. There is also the possibility to return to the classroom for further instruction. Proposed classes may vary so please refer to the brochure for a current list.
In all cases, classes are created and offered based upon enrollment. Students are separated by age and level. To assist in the placement process, all students must provide the latest copy of their school report card. Bi-lingual classes are also available. Return bus service is only available to students registered from 9h30 to 16h. All classes and activities are instructed in English and each week is independent; class work is not repeated. A maximum of 15 students per class is allowed.