- Debate Camp
- International Ivy Summer Programs
- Math Fundamentals for the New 2018 SAT
- Rutgers Prep International Teacher Institute
For: students entering grades 7-12
Dates: July 9- July 13
Location: RPS classroom
The Rutgers Prep Debate Camp is back again for another exciting session to discuss issues pertinent to its’ students. Students will be taught public speaking, persuasion, and communication skills while addressing issues related to politics, government, current events, local issues, history, social studies, science, health, and psychology.
The intent of this camp is to be challenging, fun, and educational, but we need a minimum of 12 students enrolled in order to be productive in debating strategies. The camp will be facilitated by our very own Government teacher and head our Model Congress Club, Mr. Rob Kuchar.
Questions? Please contact Director, Rob Kuchar, at email@example.com.
For: Ages 5 – 14
Dates: July 9 – August 17
Times: Half Day 9:00 am – 12:30 pm or 1:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Full Day 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Location: RPS campus
Cost: Half Day-$390
Full Day- $780
Summer is a great time to explore, meander, create and lose oneself in doing something fun. International Ivy creates classes based on what would love to learn like app creation, graphic design, robotics, performing arts, weird science and so much more. Classes are designed to be hands-on where kids learn by doing. There are plenty of choices across so many disciplines so kids can explore all that they are interested in. All of the sessions are weekly so parents can sign up for one or more weeks. Parents can also choose full day or half day options.
Please find a list of classes offered by International Ivy for the summer of 2018 on their website at http://www.iisummer.com/somerset/.
Registration must take place directly through International Ivy, not Rutgers Preparatory School.
For more detailed information and to register, please visit www.iisummer.com or call Lily Wong at 908-899-1338.
For: students taking the SAT Math portion, entering at least 10th grade
(See below for further pre-requisites)
Dates: (Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays)
July 9- July 19
July 23 – August 2
Time: 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Location: RPS classroom
Cost: $300 including books and materials
Is your son or daughter struggling with SAT Math? Does he or she have test anxiety?
If so, this is the workshop that will help them gain a higher score on the SAT while working on proven strategies to reduce stress. The workshop will review and explore the math skills needed to be successful on the test while learning proven test strategies and the “tricks” needed for a higher score. The class size is limited to 8 students. This will allow each student to receive individualized instruction and gain confidence in his or her abilities. The workshop is intended for students that have successfully completed Algebra One and Geometry. Graphing Calculator is highly recommended for this course. Other materials will be provided.
Questions? Please contact Mr. Zboray at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Philosophy , Design, Structure, and Curriculum Overview
During the course of the five day program, we will discuss our overall philosophy on how young children learn best. This philosophy is based on our 250+ years of educating young children, research through attending accredited trainings, and working with a variety of educational experts in the field. We will explain how we use our philosophy to set up classrooms, provide structure within the classroom.
Our program allows for learning opportunities, independence, and emotional growth. We will spend time learning about the RPS Kindergarten program and how it may be implemented elsewhere. Participants will receive electronic files that can be used in their own classrooms.
Thematic Based Approach
Join us as we go through 10 months of thematic based programming in just 5 days! We will spend the week demonstrating our hands on approach to thematic based learning and how to use it to encompass literacy, math, and science. Participants will be provided with our themes, and the opportunity to create their own themes and projects supporting the above mentioned areas of curriculum. A thematic based approach allows teachers to explore a variety of topics while that engage students while teaching core curricular areas.