Western Reserve Academy has a summer planned for students ages 8-17 that is filled with excitement, enrichment and enough memories to last a lifetime.
The Summer Programs curriculum offers a wide selection of courses and activities for middle and high school students, including Digital Photography, Crime Scene Investigation, For the Love of Food and Writing into the Future.
For students ages 8 to 14 who are looking to get out of the classroom for the summer, Adventure Camp offers everything from mountain biking to kayaking, sports and games, building a rocket or designing your own T-shirt.
Finally, there are several sports camps available, including a residential tennis camp, basketball, soccer, lacrosse and field hockey.
“Whatever someone is looking for from crime scene investigation to dancing, photography to cooking, WRA has a summer program offering for everyone,” said Brad Pethel, director of summer programs. “Students can continue to explore something they already have a passion for or try something new and exciting. We have several returning offerings as well as many new courses this summer.”
While some of the Summer Program courses and Adventure Camp sessions are already filled, there are still a limited number of Adventure Camp spaces available for the weeks of June 25-29, July 9-13 and July 23-27. For Enrichment Courses, there are openings available in Sing, Sing, Sing! (a voice building-workshop), Dance Camp and the exciting Truck Farm Project, where students will help maintain WRA’s farm-on-wheels.
For more information or to register for a class, please visit our Summer Programs registration page.
“Summer Programs is a wonderful opportunity for students to experience WRA’s campus and learn more WRA prior to their high school years,” Pethel said.
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