Regis, a leading Catholic university in Greater Boston, is pleased to offer multiple summer programs for children in pre-kindergarten through high school seniors at its Weston campus.
For the youngest students, the Regis Children's Center is offering summer camp for children ages 15 months through 6 years. Camp will run Monday through Thursday from July 3rd to August 18th with full and half-day options. For more information, contact the Children's Center at 781.768.7096.
The Regis Summer Scholars program is designed for rising high school juniors and seniors. The program will take place from July 23rd to August 5th. Students will reside in the Maria Hall residential suites while enrolled in academic courses with two tracks: liberal arts and sciences. Students will experience university life and co-curricular opportunities such as trips to a Boston Red Sox game, Faneuil Hall and a Boston Harbor cruise. They will prepare for college admissions and learn how to write a unique admissions essay.
College-bound high school students interested in writing and literature can take part in a two-week intensive expository writing workshop by The Concord Review Summer Writing Program. Students attend interactive group classes, have individual meetings with the instructors, meet authors, and visit historical sites. Students will board in a Regis dorm. Two sessions are available from June 4th-16th and June 25th-July 7th.
Another option for writers is The New England High School Journalism Collaborative running from June 24th-July 1st. Students throughout the New England area come together to learn to report, write, and edit for a newspaper, and produce multimedia projects for a website. Participants have the opportunity to work with professional reporters, editors, photographers, and designers from news organizations, including The Boston Globe. Students stay at Regis and work from a newsroom in Boston. For questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The LINX Camps of Wellesley will offer some of its STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, math) and performing arts camps for second graders and up at Regis from July 10th-August 18th. LINX at Regis campers will take advantage of Regis' state-of-the-art science labs, theatre, pool and other facilities.
Another option for children ages 10 to 14 who are interested in STEM is the Edge on Science Summer Program which runs from June 26th-July 28th. Edge on Science brings interactive, hands-on experience to education to enrich and inspire growing minds in the world of applied science and engineering.
For campers interested in drama and theatre, Regis has options for you, too. Weston Drama Workshop is hosting its 55th summer season at Regis for local students entering fifth grade up to age 23. This summer's productions are School of Rock and Freckleface Strawberry.
Brave Arts musical theater program will run at Regis from July 10th-28th for all levels of performers. Professional actors and musicians teach musical theater on-stage skills while building community and confidence one child at a time off-stage. Each session ends with a showcase of theater and pop/rock songs and dances, featuring special moments for each performer.
Dedham Youth Commission Camp will be on campus for one week July 10th-14th. Dedham residents, learn about the program here.
A-Star summer math program is a three-week program for students from grade 4 through 12 running July 26th-August 11th at Regis. It's a unique opportunity for students to improve their math skills through training by expert faculty. Students will participate in national and international competitions in a fun and challenging environment. To register.
Boston Gulin Summer Camp will house their Summer Camp at Regis from July 14h-August 6th. Boston Gulin Center provides Chinese-speaking students with educational and consulting services in the US.
Once again New England Chinese Youth Summer Camp will be on campus from July 29th-August 5th. For 30 years, NECYSC has hosted youth from all over the U.S. Campers do not need to be ethnically Chinese to attend but should have an interest in Chinese culture. Day programs for children ages 6 to 10 and overnight programs for youth ages 10 to 17 years old are available.