We spend at least 15 hours a day with our campers in a variety of settings such as instructional activities, meals, play time, and rest periods, giving us a good vantage point from which to provide feedback to parents about their children. Post-camp, parents will receive written feedback on the following:
Our English curriculum mirrors the language that children need for camp such as greetings, making friends, and learning about their camp environment. The graph shows the progress our campers made last summer in Hawaii. Campers made significant progress in their productive vocabulary.
We focus on the growth and development of our campers and provide collective feedback on what drives each child’s curiosity and interest.
Parents can request Emotional Intelligence assessments by professional psychologists to evaluate the camper’s overall social, emotional, and behavioral competencies through well-established assessment tools.