SuperCamp, a leading provider of summer enrichment programs for middle school and high school students is offering a five-step series of summer enrichment camps that prepares students for success as they progress through school and into a career.
This five-camp series begins with Junior Forum, a seven-day middle school summer camp for incoming 6th-8th graders, where students gain learning and life skills them that help them prepare for high school.
Students entering grades 9-12 can attend SuperCamp's 10-day Senior Forum summer program, which also teaches both learning and life skills at a more advanced level for this age group.
The progression of pre-college summer programs continues with Leadership Training Team for students who have completed one year of Senior Forum and Leadership Forum, a seven-day program, heavily focused on developing leadership skills. This program is open to students who have completed Leadership Training Team.
The final program is Quantum U, which runs eight days and is open to all students entering or already in college. Quantum U goes a step further in preparing students for success after college in such areas as life management, personal finances, time management, and goal setting.
SuperCamp's high school summer programs are offered at eight college and one college prep school this summer. Locations include Stanford, UCLA, the University of Washington, Loyola Marymount, Cal State San Marcos, Brown, Colorado College, Wake Forest, and Stanford.
Parents and students can learn more and view several videos at the SuperCamp and Quantum U websites.