for rising 1st, 2nd, and 3rd graders
Summer Excursions is a small-group learning camp for students with dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities. Children entering first, second or third grade in the fall are eligible to take “educational excursions” through language, reading and math. The camp is divided into two thematic units and is limited to six students per group. Groupings are determined on the basis of age and individual student needs. Camper/staff ratio is 6:1.
Academic skills in oral and written language, as well as reading and math, are integrated into stimulating thematic content to ensure maximum success and enjoyment. During this summer session of camp, students will experience and explore the ocean and the Rainforest. During the first session of camp, students will explore the Oceanic Regions and its inhabitants. The Rainforest will be the destination for the second session of the summer. Students will design and build each habitat, as well as research the animals and vegetation for that region. Campers bring a sack lunch from home daily and drinks are provided.
camp dates for 2021
June 7 – July 2
Monday – Friday 8:30. a.m – 1:00 p.m.
Financial aid is available for qualified students
Registration for Summer Excursions is open until spaces are filled. Many sessions fill early and a wait list is maintained for sessions that fill to capacity. In the event your child cannot attend camp, tuition may be refunded if your child’s place can be filled. However, no refunds are given after May 1, 2021.
Registration for Speech School Students begins on January 21. To register for camp, complete and send the Camp Application Form along with a 50% deposit to school. A 50% deposit is required at time of application with remaining payment due in full by May 1, 2021. The deposit is non-transferable and non-refundable.
Registration for Students who do not attend the Speech School: For all students who are not currently enrolled at the Speech School and are applying to the Summer Excursions camp, a review of the student’s learning profile is necessary to determine if the summer program will meet the needs of each student. Open registration for students who do not attend the Speech School begins on February 10. The following information will be reviewed for possible placement:
- Completed Camp Application Form
- Teacher Questionnaire Form
- Psychoeducational Evaluation – Parents are asked to provide a copy if an evaluation has been completed.
- Any additional testing completed by a Speech Language Pathologist, School Psychologist, or Learning Specialist
Please contact Lola Stringer, Director for Summer Programs, at 404-233-5332, ext. 3131, for application materials and to discuss camp programs and services available for your child.