SuperCamp, a leading summer enrichment program in the U.S., is telling parents to consider its summer camp programs as an alternative to summer school for their high school students this year.
SuperCamp provides students in high school and middle school with powerful learning skills that apply to all subject areas and life skills that help students learn to set and pursue goals.
"Unless a student absolutely has to attend summer school to get a passing grade in a class from the previous school year, he or she can benefit far more from seven or ten days at SuperCamp," says Bobbi DePorter, president and co-founder of SuperCamp. "And I can guarantee you that SuperCamp is a lot more fun than summer school!"
Taking place on college campuses across the U.S. over ten days, SuperCamp provides students with inspiration, motivation and new skills for the new school year. The benefits of SuperCamp’s summer enrichment camps are seen in the students’ grades and in their overall attitude about school and their future.
SuperCamp helps students improve in all subject areas because the learning skills they acquire have multiple academic applications and also address studying, test-taking and test prep. Its teen summer camps for high school students also help students prepare for college by addressing life skills that strengthen their goal-setting, leadership and communication skills.
Ms. DePorter also points out that several summer sessions of SuperCamp are at or near capacity, so she urges parents who are looking for some form of summer academic enrichment for their sons and daughters to visit the SuperCamp.com website immediately and to call 800-285-3276 to speak with an enrollment specialist.