June 26 — July 28, 2017
(Holiday: Tuesday, July 4th - no program)
Summer@Carroll is a unique educational experience designed for children with language-based learning disabilities entering grades 1-9 in the Fall. Carroll’s five-week, full-day program provides specialized reading support as well as writing and math classes. Most summer students do not necessarily attend Carroll in the regular school year. Classes are formed according to age and skill level, typically with eight or fewer students in a class. Students entering grades 1-7 receive daily individualized reading and spelling tutorial in the Orton-Gillingham language approach. Our teachers, tutors, and counselors come from Carroll School and a variety of other greater Boston area schools, colleges, and high schools.
2017 Tuition Rates (includes all academic & camp costs; excludes lunch):
Beginning Readers (rising Grades 1-2) $4,525
Elementary/Middle (rising Grades 3-7) $5,099
High School Readiness (rising Grades 8-9) $5,380
Limited financial aid is available to qualifying Summer@Carroll families. After applying to Summer@Carroll, contact Donna Brown (email@example.com) for more information.
After a morning of academic classes, students break into small camper groups led by experienced counselors, many of whom are also teachers of academic classes. These groups stay together throughout the five weeks, forming friendships, and developing group skills. The afternoons are full of activities such as indoor and outdoor games, arts and crafts, local field trips, swimming at Lake Cochituate in Natick, as well as field trips to ocean beaches and into Boston.
In both school work and camp fun, Summer@Carroll is designed to be an intensive learning experience that is academically and socially rewarding…the best of both worlds!
BR - 4th Grade
1841 Trapelo Road
5th Grade - HSR
25 Baker Bridge Road
Summer@Carroll Open Houses
- Grades 5-9 -- Wednesday, January 25, 2017 -- 6:00-7:30 in Storrow Building, Lincoln Campus
- Grades 1-4 -- Sunday, January 29, 2017 -- 1:00-3:00 in Lower School Building, Waltham Campus