Are you looking for a summer camp that’s the right fit for your student? Check out these summer camp ideas from the school counselors at Groves Academy.
High School Academic Program Grades 9-11
The 10-day High School program is for students entering grades 9-11 needing support in Algebra, Writing, or Study Skill. Take 1, 2, or all 3 courses. The application deadline for this course is extended to June 2. In these programs, students gain confidence and find the tools they need to feel prepared for a great start at school in the fall.
Writing and Executive Function Program for Grades 9-10
We are still accepting applications for our Writing/Executive Function Program students entering grades 9-10, however, we do have a short waitlist for this program. We encourage you to apply as we do expect to see some scheduling fluidity and a limited number of spots may become available. We will update our website immediately if/when we close enrollment. The application deadline for this course is extended to June 2.
Adventures in Cardboard
Ages 8-17. Located in Minneapolis, Bloomington and Eden Prairie
Wizeducators Project-Based Camps (games, crafts, building/architecture)
For 1st grade – 6th grade. Located in Edina
Sleepaway camp for children and adolescents with HFA and/or social skills deficits. Located in Wisconsin and Vermont.
Experiences & Adventures for All Abilities. Located in Annandale, MN
West Metro Learning Connections
Summer Day Camp Connection. Ages 5 -18. Located in Excelsior.
**Scroll down to WMLC Summer Course Catalog on the right side
*Special interest camps and traditional nature-based day camps (Kici Yapi in Prior Lake). Bussing is provided from Southdale YMCA.
Join in the below workshops this summer! Groves provides these free virtual events for everyone in the community—including alumni, alumni parents, current school and learning center families, and education professionals. (Registration is required.)
Groves 2021 Summer Workshops:
July 15, 2021
NEW! Screen Time and Media: What We Know Now and Considerations during the Pandemic
Presented by Ethan Schwehr, PhD LP NCSP, Groves Academy Licensed Psychologist
July 21, 2021
NEW! A Guide to Successful Writing Instruction for Struggling Students
Presented by Ellen Engstrom, MA, Groves Academy Director of Curriculum
July 29 and July 30, 2021
NEW! Two-Day Workshop
Sensory-Cognitive Instruction: The Foundation of Teaching Neurodiverse Students
11:30-1:00pm both days
Presented by Dan Morgan, Groves President