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Summer Scholars Program for All Ages Offered at MFS

With subjects ranging from Chinese to Lego robotics to video and audio production, there's sure to be something for your young scholar at Moorestown Friends School.

Moorestown Friends School (MFS) will host a Summer Scholars program for all ages this year, with subjects including robotics, video and audio production, architecture and Chinese.

The program is for students entering prekindergarten (4 years old and up) through 10th grade. Summer Scholars programs will be held from July 8-26, and all will be led by MFS teachers. Summer Scholars students do not need to be enrolled at Moorestown Friends School. The program is open to the general public.

“We’re very excited to provide these summer offerings at Moorestown Friends School as another summer option for the Moorestown community and beyond,” said MFS Summer Scholars Director Kathryn Park Cook. “Our teachers have designed some very innovative, challenging and fun programs.”

The Senior Scholars program is a three-week program for students entering seventh through 10th grade. Sessions are held on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. July 8-26. Students can choose from one of four programs: “Video and Audio Production,” “Robotics and Computer Applications,” “Economics and Entrepreneurism,” and “Design-Build Architecture Studio.” The Senior Scholars program fee is $1,450.

The Junior Scholars program is for students entering first through sixth grade. Three one-week sessions will be held from July 8-12, July 15-19 and July 22-26. Students may enroll in half-day (9 a.m. to noon) or full-day sessions (9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.). Afternoon activities include lunch, one full hour of swimming and water play, and daily choice of art or computer time, sports, unique team building challenges, and more.

Week one sessions, July 8-12, include “Integrating Literature and Engineering” (for grades 1–3), “The Business of Candy” (for grades 4–6), and “2-D Animation Workshop” (for grades 4–6).

Week two sessions are “Dollars & Sense” (for grades 1–3), “Kidgineers” (for grades 4–6), and “Filmmaker’s Studio” (for grades 4–6).

Week three sessions are “CookiENomics” (for grades 1-3), “Architecture – Building Forts, Clubhouses & Swings” (for grades 4–6), and “LEGO Robotics” (for grades 4–6). The cost of each one-week half-day session is $225 and the full-day session is $450.

The Mini Scholars program is for students entering pre-kindergarten and kindergarten. Two one-week sessions are offered from 9 a.m. to noon. The first session, July 8–12, is “Learning Chinese through Stories and Songs.” The second session, July 15–19, is “The Art of Noise.” The cost of each one-week session is $120.

The Summer Scholars program will be held in the school's brand new Hartman Hall and Greenleaf Mansion.

The MFS extended day program is available in the morning from 7:30-9 a.m. and in the afternoon from 3:30-6 p.m., with a charge of $4 per hour.

For more information and program descriptions, please visit the MFS Summer Scholars website or contact Director Kathryn Park Cook at kcook@mfriends.org or 856-235-2900, ext. 266.

Courtesy of Moorestown Friends School

Nancy February 25, 2013 at 09:35 PM
Would love to read comments from parents who have had children in these programs. Considering a move to the area. Thank you!

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