Watermelon Wednesday is one of the delicious activities.
Denver Academy’s (DA) Summer Program offers something for every student in grades 1 to 12, including those who attend DA year-round and non-DA students. A school that teaches the way each student learns best, DA’s Summer Program supports diverse learners, including those with dyslexia, attention deficit disorder (ADD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Whether you’re looking to fill your student’s summer with fun and engaging activities, to further their academic goals or a little of both, DA has it all.
Journey with DA Elementary Day Camp provides field trips on and off campus each day for children in grades 1 to 6. Academic classes in math, reading, writing and study skills will help students get ahead for the next school year and credit hours are available for high school courses. One-on-one reading intervention tutoring, using DA’s special phonics-based approach, is also offered as well as academic coaching in a range of subjects.
One-week day camps covering topics like 3D modeling and printing, photography, welding, play creation, cooking, gardening, rocketry and more are offered, along with athletic camps in soccer, basketball, volleyball and even mountain biking. College and transition workshops for both high school parents and students are taught by the highly-trained experts who work in DA’s college and transition department.
All offerings are provided by Denver Academy trained teachers, providing differentiated instruction and support that celebrates each child’s unique gifts and talents.
Save 15 percent when registering for three or more DA Summer Program offerings (excluding tutoring and academic coaching). Find out more and register at denver-academy.org/summer.
Arts and crafts day camp.
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