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Summer Programs at Wildwood 2015

Wildwood Summer 2015 registration begins March 2.

Wildwood School was founded on the principle that we are all explorers and inventors of our world. We designed our summer program with this in mind.

Wildwood offers a summer program that is open to all families—both current Wildwood students and to the public.

Programs are offered for incoming kindergarteners through 12th graders. The programs vary in length from one-week sessions to the four-week Summer Theater program. Learn more about the Elementary Summer Program; learn more about the Middle and Upper Summer Program.

Registration closes on June 5. All classes are contingent on minimum enrollment numbers.

For questions, contact Director of Auxiliary Programming Ben Fussiner at bfussiner@wildwood.org.


Wildwood Summer (Elementary Campus)

First through 5th graders can dig into our most popular specialist classes for scientists, artists, tinkerers, and athletes. Wildwood Summer offers a general "explorer and inventor" program, for students looking for a taste of the Wildwood experience during the summer months, and specialized classes providing students ways to pursue specific interests in depth. Make scientific discoveries, invent games, explore art through many different media, create movies, and experiment with technology.

Wildwood Summer Theater Program (Elementary Campus)

This four-week Summer Theater program is for 2nd through 8th graders and culminates in stage performances during the last week of the program. Previous productions include Snoopy, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and The Wizard of Oz.

Wildwood Summer (Middle and Upper Campus)

The program at our middle and upper campus features diverse offerings for students entering 6th through 12th grades. For 2015, Relativity Workshops offers Digital Film Production and Acting for Film. Or join the SAT/ACT Prep classes or an Algebra Boost class to prep for the coming academic year. New 2015 offerings include a number of technology classes for different grade levels including Digital Dragon, Electronic Music Production, and an exciting new offering entitled CityLab: Re-imagining Autotopia, for students interested in Urban Planning and Design.

Galileo at Wildwood (Middle and Upper Campus)

For summer 2015, Wildwood's middle and upper campus will introduce Galileo, an innovation summer camp experience for middle school students entering 5th through 8th grade. Galileo is an exciting program that is popular in the San Francisco Bay Area since 2002. Wildwood is pleased to be a part of Galileo's Southern California expansion. Click here to sign up for Galileo at Wildwood.

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