July 5th - July 28th
Monday - Thursday
Available for grades 1-12
12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Each week-long skills-based Enrichment Program will be available only in the afternoons from 12:30-3:30. These enrichment programs will focus on athletics, art, STEAM/Essentials, music and/or drama. Each afternoon enrichment program is optional and separate from the Academic Morning Program. If your student is enrolled in the Morning Academic Program, as well, they may stay for lunch from 11:45-12:30 pm.
These week-long enrichment programs are available in the afternoons following the Morning Academic Program. Students may enroll in any of the skills-focused courses to explore the Essentials and their interests in the areas of athletics, art, STEAM, or music and drama with Eton-trained teachers. Each afternoon enrichment program is optional, and students do not have to participate in the Morning Academic Program to enroll. Choose just one, or as many as you’d like!
Art: Students will explore expression and their creativity through visual arts. Create unique artwork while learning visual and mixed media arts skills. Summer enrichment classes will culminate in a final presentation for family and friends live-streamed on Google Meets!
Music/Drama: Students will immerse themselves in the world of music and theater with their peers and Eton teachers. This program will explore various musical genres, instruments, a brief history of music, and theater styles while helping students to strengthen their musical skills and talents.
Athletics: Students will learn about physical fitness and stay active this summer while participating in socially distanced athletics and sports with friends. These enrichment sessions will focus on students’ strengths, various sports skills, and help students to apply them independently.
Essentials of Learning through STEAM: Students will become scientists and apply their Essentials of Learning skills through safe hands-on experiments and STEAM activities. Learn to transfer skills, solve problems, and test hypotheses this week. Students will also make a Rube Goldberg machine, practice coding, and learn about their strengths in the world of technology, science, art, and math!