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afternoon summer fun Monday–Thursday | 1:00–4:00 pm Cost: $175 per student per week

Icky, Sticky, Ewey, Gooey Linda Bonnell | Grades K–6 | June 2–5 Make play dough, slime, goop, and gooey treats. Come dressed for water play, jello wars, icy treats, and fun in the sun.

Model Rocketry Lenora Calvert | Grades 3–12 | June 2–5 Build, paint AND LAUNCH a custom rocket. A great introduction to a fun and educational hobby.

Make, Bake, Take, and Sew Linda Bonnell | Grade K–6 | June 9–12 Learn baking and sewing basics. Sew projects by machine and by hand.

Robotics Lenora Calvert | Grades 7–12 | June 9–12 Build and program an obstacle-avoiding robot. Robot base kit provided.

Graphic Design Camp Shawn Clark | Grades 7–12 | June 9–12 Design and create graphic art and photography using Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator programs.

Afternoon courses require a minimum enrollment of 6 students and a maximum of 10. Register early to secure your spot!

Increase Your Emotional Intelligence!

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Kristen Cler | Grades 2–6 | June 16–18 | Grades 7–12 | June 23–26 Through self exploration, students learn to navigate emotions and make productive choices essential for relationships.

Make Your Own Video Game! Lenora Calvert | Grades 3–12 | June 16–19 Learn to program video games using the visual, block-based, programming game engine Kodu.

Minecraft Educational Lenora Calvert | Grades K–12 | June 23–26 Explore scenario building in Minecraft.edu (an educational version of Minecraft). Younger students learn in educational scenarios while older students create custom content on our private server.

New Way–New Face! Cheri Deardorff | Grades 9–12 | June 16–19 Special two week course–$350 | June 23–26 Teams develop ideas and sketches for mural designs to present to Mr. Walker and Mrs. Ross and then work together to paint their designs on the New Way campus!

Hubbard Sports Camp Arcadia is coming to New Way Academy!

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Are you looking for an alternative to academic summer school? Hubbard Sports Camp is a fun-filled, friendship-building, and active way to enjoy the summer. You do not have to be an athlete to enjoy this camp. Hubbard will bus campers to swim. For more information and to register, please visit www.hubbardsports.com.

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Complete course descriptions and enrollment forms available at www.summer.newwayacademy.org

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K–8th Grade Academic BOOST! Program

High School Summer Pathways Program

June 2nd–July 3rd | Monday–Thursday 8:30 am–12:30 pm | Cost: $1,500 Classes consist of intensive age-appropriate, small group instruction led by experienced special educators. Subjects covered over the course are: reading comprehension, structured phonics, writing, math, communication, and study skills.

K–8th Grade Academic BOOST! Program +Plus Speech-Language Therapy

June 2nd–July 3rd | Monday–Thursday 8:30 am–12:30 pm | Cost: $2,000 Classes consist of intensive age-appropriate, small group instruction led by experienced special educators. Subjects covered over the course are: reading comprehension, structured phonics, writing, and math, with the addition of speech-language therapy.

Two key courses are offered which prepare students for life after high school. June 2nd–July 3rd | Monday–Thursday 8:30 am–12:30 pm | Cost: $1,000

Financial Literacy Course

Traditional high-school math address algebraic and geometric concepts. This course focuses on practical, real math. Students create budgets, learn about credit and credit scores, loans, managing a bank account, and other types of math adults use on a regular basis.

CORE & Experiential Learning

CORE stands for Community, Organization, Readiness and Efficiency. Students learn techniques and strategies to strengthen their executive functioning skills. They will learn the importance of prioritizing, managing time, and strategic organization. Students will also explore different careers and participate in community service.

Register online: summer.newwayacademy.org

Parents consistently cite summer as the most difficult time to ensure that their children have productive things to do.

Most students lose about two months of grade level equivalency in mathematical computation skills over the summer months.

enroll today! www.summer.newwayacademy.org Enrollment deadline is May 16, 2014 Online applications only. There is a $100 late fee for applications received after the deadline. For students who are not currently enrolled at New Way Academy, please provide current school records, including an Individual Education Plan (IEP) if applicable, and copies of all diagnostic evaluations with your application.

New Way Academy is an independent K–12 school. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We seek and accept students for admission without discrimination against any person because of race, color, religion, national origin, disability, or gender.


afternoon summer fun Monday–Thursday | 1:00–4:00 pm Cost: $175 per student per week

Icky, Sticky, Ewey, Gooey Linda Bonnell | Grades K–6 | June 2–5 Make play dough, slime, goop, and gooey treats. Come dressed for water play, jello wars, icy treats, and fun in the sun.

Model Rocketry Lenora Calvert | Grades 3–12 | June 2–5 Build, paint AND LAUNCH a custom rocket. A great introduction to a fun and educational hobby.

Make, Bake, Take, and Sew Linda Bonnell | Grade K–6 | June 9–12 Learn baking and sewing basics. Sew projects by machine and by hand.

Robotics Lenora Calvert | Grades 7–12 | June 9–12 Build and program an obstacle-avoiding robot. Robot base kit provided.

Graphic Design Camp Shawn Clark | Grades 7–12 | June 9–12 Design and create graphic art and photography using Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator programs.

Afternoon courses require a minimum enrollment of 6 students and a maximum of 10. Register early to secure your spot!

Increase Your Emotional Intelligence!

your activate imagination

Kristen Cler | Grades 2–6 | June 16–18 | Grades 7–12 | June 23–26 Through self exploration, students learn to navigate emotions and make productive choices essential for relationships.

Make Your Own Video Game! Lenora Calvert | Grades 3–12 | June 16–19 Learn to program video games using the visual, block-based, programming game engine Kodu.

Minecraft Educational Lenora Calvert | Grades K–12 | June 23–26 Explore scenario building in Minecraft.edu (an educational version of Minecraft). Younger students learn in educational scenarios while older students create custom content on our private server.

New Way–New Face! Cheri Deardorff | Grades 9–12 | June 16–19 Special two week course–$350 | June 23–26 Teams develop ideas and sketches for mural designs to present to Mr. Walker and Mrs. Ross and then work together to paint their designs on the New Way campus!

Hubbard Sports Camp Arcadia is coming to New Way Academy!

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Are you looking for an alternative to academic summer school? Hubbard Sports Camp is a fun-filled, friendship-building, and active way to enjoy the summer. You do not have to be an athlete to enjoy this camp. Hubbard will bus campers to swim. For more information and to register, please visit www.hubbardsports.com.

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Complete course descriptions and enrollment forms available at www.summer.newwayacademy.org

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