SuperCamp announced today that it has a few spots left at a some of their nine locations nationwide. Supercamp’s teen summer camps
started in late June on the campus of Stanford University and will last until August 14.
"We're finding that many parents are looking for last minute options that focus on summer enrichment
for their kids this summer," said Bobbi DePorter, president of SuperCamp. "Consequently, they're thrilled to know that SuperCamp has so many sessions at nine colleges that start throughout the summer."
SuperCamp's learning and life skills academic summer camps
provide students in grades 6 through 12 with powerful new techniques for school, leadership, communication and relationships.
Ms. DePorter said that while all of the early summer camp sessions are full, space does remain in many of the sessions that start in July and August. Parents can enroll their sons and daughters up until two days prior to when a particular camp starts.
SuperCamp has graduated over 57,000 students since it launched in 1982. Studies with over 6,000 of these graduates report increased grades, confidence and motivation for the great majority of them. Parents also cite improved relationships within the home as an added benefit of the 7 to 10 days at SuperCamp.
SuperCamp's Senior Forum college prep program for high school students sharpens their college-level skills in such critical areas as writing, reading comprehension, problem solving, test preparation, and critical thinking.
Parents interested in enrolling a child for July and August should visit SuperCamp.com or call 800-285-3276 to speak with an enrollment specialist.