Kat Yorks, Summer School Programs director
Summer School Programs registration for Lakeside students and children of alumni opens at 8 a.m., Feb. 1. Spots for the most popular courses tend to fill up quickly, so check out our offerings – both new courses and returning favorites – at lakesideschool.org/summer, and mark your calendar for Feb.1!
Our high school academic program has a wide range of for-credit and skill-building classes. Many Upper School students take Summer School courses to advance more quickly in a subject area, balance a busy school-year schedule, or simply focus intensively on one subject at a time. Our offerings for summer 2019 include new classes such as Spanish III: GSL in Costa Rica; Digital Music Production; Computer Science 2 and 3; English 10; Science Fiction and the Future of Humanity; and Lakeside Summer Research Institute. We also continue to offer Algebra II; Precalculus; Physics; Biology; United States History; World History I: The Human Web; 9th/10th Grade Writing; The College Application Essay; and ACT/SAT Prep. Check our high school summer course page for a complete list of offerings and dates.
Does your middle school student dream of being a DJ? App designer? Doctor? Filmmaker? At our Investigative Learning Camp, a STEAM-focused camp serving rising 5th-8th grade students, students can take hands-on, inquiry-based courses taught by passionate educators, and then relax in the afternoon with fun activities. New courses for 2019 include App Lab; Medical Mysteries; Java for 7th and 8th Graders; Filmmaking; and 3D Graphic Design. Our afternoon activities include International Cooking; Makerspace; Yoga; and Musical Theater. Learn more about the classes and schedule (8:30 a.m. to 3:30, with aftercare available until 5:30 p.m.) on our Investigative Learning Camp course page.
We also offer a variety of week-long middle school athletics camps, led by our amazing varsity Lakeside coaches!
Financial aid is available for all camps and summer courses. For questions about aid, registration, or anything else, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206-440-2700.
Kat Yorks is director of Summer School Programs. You can reach her at email@example.com or call 206-440-2701.