During their second week at WRA, the students in the Young Scholars Program spent time studying World War II through the lens of different subjects.
Summer Programs Blog
During their second weekend at WRA, the ELI students enjoyed a busy weekend of local activities and field trips.
Friday, July 21, marked the end of this summer's Adventure Camp sessions.
From July 10-14, Director of Information & Education Technology Matt Gerber led the Digital Fabrication Camp through a “tremendous week” in the Center for Technology, Innovation & Creativity.
As the English Language Institute students enter their second week of classes, take a look at some of the action outside of the classroom from last week.
The 2017 Young Scholars Program has completed its first week on WRA's campus.
Today is the last day of our fifth week of Adventure Camp.
After their trip to the West Side Market on June 26, the campers in the Pioneer Cooking Camp spent the rest of the week cooking with Executive Chef Ben Baragry in Ellsworth Dining Hall.
On Saturday, June 24, around 50 girls, including some from the WRA girls basketball team, participated in the SheHoop Midwest Super Showcase.
From June 26 to June 30, 150 soccer players of all ages took part in the Western Reserve Soccer Academy.
It was another exciting week of Adventure Camp!
Last week, the third session of Adventure Camp took place at WRA!
On Monday, June 26, the Pioneer Cooking Camp, led by WRA’s Executive Chef Ben Baragry traveled to the West Side Market in Cleveland.
The second week of Adventure Camp flew by!
From June 19 to June 23, over fifty local athletes joined decorated lacrosse coaches Audi and Amanda Glass to hone their skills on WRA's fields.
The first week of Adventure Camp for summer 2017 ended today.
On Thursday, June 8, around 240 student athletes from Ohio, and even several surrounding states, spent the day participating in the Great Lakes Premier Football Camp.
This week, the Classroom Antics Tech Camp has returned to Wilson Hall.
The Young Scholars Program visit the Cleveland Aquarium, Public Square and the Great Lakes Science Center.
During the past several weeks, the students in the ELI program have spent a lot of time in the classroom working to improve their English skills.
On Monday, August 8, a group of nearly 150 students from the Colts Drum Bugle Corps arrived on campus early in the morning to use WRA's facilities to practice for the World Championships in Indiana.
For nearly three weeks, 20 students lived on campus and participated in the Young Scholars Program.
ELI Students visit Akron, Ohio, to watch the RubberDucks.
The FAME (Fund for Advancement of Minorities Through Education) Academy visits WRA for one week.
ELI visits Hale Farm & Village to explore and learn about life in Northeast Ohio.
Young Scholars learn how to use microscopes and machines in The Center for Technology, Innovation & Creativity.
Adventure Camp ends for the summer.
ELI students arrive and get acquainted with the WRA campus.
The Young Scholars students has a busy weekend traveling to Cleveland.
Another action-packed week of Adventure Camp wrapped up today!
Three high school teams train on the WRA campus.
It was an active two weeks of Adventure Camp.
WRA hosts National Football Academies camp exclusively for quarterbacks.
Approximately 72 kids participated in technology classes on the WRA campus.
It was another successful week of Adventure Camp!
Coach Audi Glass '04 and Amanda Glass '05 lead another successful lacrosse camp.
A new week brings a new group of campers to Adventure Camp.
Coach Herb Haller leads successful soccer camp at WRA.
First group of campers arrive for a week of Adventure Camp fun.
Summer Programs begins with first camp on campus.