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Summer Camp 2021

The Summer Academic Program at Wilbraham & Monson Academy is unique for 2021. We have worked hard and stayed healthy throughout the pandemic proving we can do it! This summer, all the same protocols we followed for our academic year will be repeated, including twice weekly COVID-19 testing.

For four weeks in July, we will offer a selection of classes from each of our departments. Our program is designed to welcome children ages 12 - 15 from the communities that surround WMA … because we are all in this together! Course content is designed and taught by WMA faculty and recent alumni, and will reflect the needs of our students and families. Supporting students - doing what’s best for them - is our goal. To that end, the following classes will be offered:


 

Session I

July 5 - 16
Classes meet between 8:45 - 11:45 a.m.

Classes will all be held in air-conditioned classrooms with adequately spaced seating to satisfy CDC rules for safe distancing. No class enrollment will be larger than 16. Classes must have an enrollment of six students to run.

English Department

  • The Writer’s Secret Life of Literature
  • The Writer’s Secret Life of The Academic Essay
  • The Writer’s Secret Life of The Research Paper

Math Department

  • Essential Math Topics, a.k.a. Math 6 
  • Pre-Algebra

CEEF Department

  • F.B.I. Finance, Business and Investing
  • Financial Literacy

Fine & Performing Arts Department

  • Plein Air Painting Session I
  • WMA’s “Rock 101” 

Foreign Languages Department

  • Cours de français intensif
  • Curso de español intensivo

Science Department

  • CS Exploring and Using Big Data 

Session II

July 19 - 30
Classes meet between 8:45 – 11:45

Classes will all be held in air-conditioned classrooms with adequately spaced seating to satisfy CDC rules for safe distancing. No class enrollment will be larger than 16. Classes must have an enrollment of 6 students to run.

English Department

  • The Writer’s Secret Life of The Academic Essay
  • The Writer’s Secret Life of The Research Paper

Math Department

  • Algebra I
  • Geometry topics

CEEF Department

  • Everyday Economics
  • G.O.A.T. – Greatest of All Time

Fine & Performing Arts Department

  • Plein Air Painting Session II
  • WMA’s “Rock 201” 

Foreign Languages Department

  • Cours de français intensif – Part 2
  • Curso de español intensivo – Part 2

Science Department

  • CS Exploring and Using Big Data – Part 2

Course descriptions

Registration

Registration for the WMA Summer Academic Camps is now open. Participants must be 12 years old before the first day of summer session. All health forms must be sent to ghsiao@wma.us and will reviewed by our Health Services Department before a student will be allowed on campus.

  • Register below
  • Required Health Forms
  • Special notice about the WMA COVID-19 testing program
  • Payment is $990 per two-week course