Wasatch Academy Summer Adventures, Mt. Pleasant, Utah

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For generations, students have chosen Utah's premier college preparatory boarding school, Wasatch Academy because of the unique experience it affords. Wasatch Academy's summer curriculum empowers students to develop academically, socially, and morally during the summer months.

Take the classes you love and live the adventures you imagine and find your way in Utah this summer!

Academic Summer Session (Including ESL) with Standardized Exam Preparation (SAT/TOEFL), Recreation, Outdoor Adventure, Studio and Visual Arts and Equestrian Center featuring Western and English Riding Program.

For generations, students have chosen to board at Wasatch Academy because of the unique experience it affords. Wasatch Academy’s summer curriculum empowers students to develop academically, socially and morally during the summer months.

Students will enjoy fun afternoon and weekend activities in some of the most beautiful places in America. Choose from two great summer adventures!

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Option 1 – Summer Experience (ages 12 -18)

Six weeks (boarding) for academic credit (for your home school), between June and August. Earn up to three semester credits. When not in class, they will experience Utah’s amazing outdoors, visit nearby national parks, golf, swim and more.

Session 1 - June 25 - August 5 2017
Cost for 6 weeks: US$ 9,600 including boarding

Option 2 – Summer Dash (ages 12 – 18)
Choose a three-week (boarding) non-credit academic review. Strengthen core knowledge in up to three academic subjects during the summer.

Session 1 June 25th – July 16th, 2017
Session 2 July 16th – August 5th, 2017
US$ 4,800 - three-weeks (boarding) for students ages 12 - 18

Academic Course Selection:

Computer Game Design; English as a second Language (ESL); Spanish; History (Global Studies and the US); Learning Strategies; Math (Algebra I or II, Geometry or Calculus); Robotics; Science (Biology, Physics, Chemistry or Psychology); Song Writing, Recording and Performing).

Afternoon Electives:
Airborne Trampoline; BMX Course Competition; Bowling; Laser Tag; Skateboarding; UTE Stampede; Water Parks.
Outdoor Adventures: Fishing; Hiking; Mountain Biking; Rock Climbing.
Equestrian: English; Recreational; Western.
Studio and Visual Arts: Acing; Ceramics; Dance; Drawing and Painting.
Weekend Outdoor Activities*: Backpacking in Capitol Reef National Park; Camping and Hiking in the San Rafael Swell; Experience Moab abd Arches National park; Whitewater Rafting on the Colorado River; Hiking and Camping in Zion National park.
* Some outdoor adventures may require additional supplies and transportation fees.