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The Bridge Academy


609-844-0770


The Bridge Academy Summer Stream program is for students with language based learning disabilities. A 5- week comprehensive remedial reading program is designed to increase student's individual skills. 7-14 year olds with reading levels between 1st and 4th grade are eligible. Highly trained teachers provide an interactive, fun environment for students to increase their reading skills, phonemic awareness, strategy-based spelling instruction and oral reading to promote accuracy and fluency. Children study environmental science with multi-sensory activities, labs and field work through exploration of our stream and wooded grounds. Technology is highlighted with the use of laptops with the latest tools. Individual tutoring available in one hour sessions between 8-2p.m.

Cambridge School


609-730-9553


Children with learning differences are often affected by the lapse in instruction over summer months which can lead to the summer slide. Cambridge School's Summer Program offers a unique opportunity for students to continue receiving academic instruction in the morning and participate in enrichment activities in the afternoon. Each camp day starts with morning academics - language, reading, writing, and math. In the afternoon, students can participate in the Adventure Club or a selection of intensive Speech/Language and Occupational therapy programs. The summer session runs June 24 - July 19. Call us at 609-730-9553 or visit https://www.thecambridgeschool.org/academics/summer-program/

The Lewis School Of Princeton


609-924-8120

Summer Study 2024 June 24 – July 12

When smart, creative children fall behind with schoolwork, even the most resilient may lose motivation to do their best. Concerned parents turn to The Lewis School to understand the reasons and unlock their children’s potential.

Lewis brings the benefits of evidence-based, educational neuroscience to every classroom. Master Teachers instruct students how to harness effective learning, replacing passive memorization with multisensory strategies that tap the many senses and capacities of the brain. Morning academics emphasize fundamental, accelerated and advanced levels of instruction, study skills, and critical thinking. Afternoon options are ideal for artistic, athletic and STEM/STEAM oriented students. Speech programs offer hands-on, learning experiences to build functional communication skills through multisensory, multimodality instruction. Our SAT, ACT and college application PREP program is second to none. NJAIS, NAIS accredited.

Camp Chatterbox

1035 Fairview Lake Road Stillwater NJ 07875

908-301-5451


Camp Dream Street


201-996-5437


Camp Excel

4041 Squankum Road Allenwood NJ 08720

732-281-0275


Camp Kodiak

4069 Pheasant Run Mississauga Ontario, Canada L5L 2C2

877-569-7595


Camp Marcella


973-693-5024


Camp Nejeda

P.O. Box 156 910 Saddleback Road Stillwater NJ 07875

973-383-2611


Camp Oakhurst

111 Monmouth Road Oakhurst NJ 07755

732-531-0215


Camp Okee Sunokee

355 Milltown Road Bridgewater NJ 08807

908-526-5650


Camp Quality

P.O. Box 264 Adelphia NJ 07710

732-780-1409


Camp Speers-Eljabar YMCA

143 Nichecronk Road Dingmans Ferry PA 18328

877-SPEERSY (773-3779)


Happiness Is Camping - For Children with Cancer

62 Sunset Lake Road Hardwick NJ 07825

908-362-6733


Newgrange School

800 North Road Hopewell NJ 08534

609-584-1800


Rock Brook School

109 Orchard Road Skillman NJ 08558

908-431-9500


S.K.O.R. Camp (Special Kids Organized Recreation)

185 Sawmill Road Hamilton NJ 08620

609-581-9622 ext.1114


The Laurel School of Princeton

800 North Road Hopewell NJ 08534

609- 566-6000


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