Summer enrichment for high school and middle school students is different at SuperCamp. Instead of sharpening up on a specific academic area, such as science, math or the environment, students who attend one of SuperCamp's academic summer programs, gain powerful new life and learning skills that they use across all subjects at school and outside of school, as well.
Students learn communication, interpersonal and leadership skills that aren't taught in school. They discover their own optimal learning style, which helps them develop better ways to study and prepare for tests. They acquire advanced writing, reading, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills that makes doing school work easier and faster.
At SuperCamp's high school-level college prep camps, students gain motivational and personal development inspiration by delving into eight principles to live by, known as the 8 Keys of Excellence.
At the camp's summer enrichment programs for middle school students, they acquire the same broad range of learning and life skills as the older students receive, but geared to their age and grade level. The objective of this middle school program is to prepare students for success in high school.
SuperCamp employs a highly orchestrated seven-day and ten day-curriculum, using brain-based techniques designed to maximize learning and long-term retention. These techniques have been developed and honed over the program's 29 years of operation, during which time over 55,000 students have graduated.
SuperCamp has spots remaining in some of the camp sessions at its nine U.S. college locations for this summer. More information can be obtained by visiting www.SuperCamp.com or by calling 800-285-3276.
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