As a part of our charter, 21st Century Preparatory School has a mandatory, three-week summer school session to prevent the summer slide in learning that can occur with a traditional school year. During summer school, students receive reading and math instruction in the mornings. In the afternoon, students in kindergarten through fourth grade can select two camps of their choice. Some camps this past year include Camp Invention, dance, cooking, nature, sports, and LEGOs. In fifth through seventh grade, students participate in field trips and college visits. Seventh graders may apply for the Youth Opportunities Unlimited program. Students volunteer in the community and work with the Racine County Workforce Development Center. At the conclusion of the program, students participate in a symposium during which they share their experiences. Registrations for the 2016 summer session are due by Friday, April 15. Click here for a copy of the brochure and registration.
A special thank you to Racine Community Foundation for making our 2014-15 summer school session a success!
Take a look at some of the fun we had during our 2014-15 summer session.