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Summer Studies Guide | 2014


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Thank you for your interest in the academic summer program at Miami Country Day School. With close to 90 years running camps and 75 years educating students, we are the school that turns summers into teachable moments.

earn more is summer. Dedicated to preparing lifelong learners, MCDS’ Summer Studies Program offers an array of summer courses both on- and offcampus for any student in grades 2-12.

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The Country Day Difference Summer Studies Options Academics Only Academics+Half-Day Camp List of Courses by Grades & Dates How to Register & Summer Policies

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The Country Day Diffe Why enroll in summer classes at Miami Country Day School?

ENRICHMENT

Classes at Country Day are rigorous. Whether for credit or fun, taking classes in the summer helps students stay mentally engaged and can improve their academic standing the following school year. Marisol Ferro, ESOL Faculty Member & Summer Faculty

EXPERIENCE

Faculty at Country Day have years of experience teaching students of various levels in their respective fields. Summer faculty use that experience to share their interests and talents with students. Marisol Sardina-Konen, Humanities Faculty Member & Summer Faculty

FLEXIBILITY

Our Summer Studies courses are available on-campus, online, in small group settings, or on a one-on-one basis. You can even pair them with one of our camps. Choose the best option for you and your family. Michael Hutsko, Math Faculty Member & Summer Faculty

INDIVIDUALIZATION

At Country Day, we believe in Every Student. Every Day. All of our Summer Studies courses are designed to accommodate the unique learning style and academic level of each of our students. Laylah Borchers, Humanities Faculty Member & Summer Faculty

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It’s not like regular school. We got to do more projects, meet different people, and have lots of fun.

Harry Florin, 2013 Summer Studies Student

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Summer Studies Options We have something for everyone’s unique talent, interest, and schedule this summer.

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OPTIONS

ACADEMICS + HALF-DAY CAMP

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INTENSIVE COURSES

• Available for Grades 2-12 • Available On-Campus Only • Run for one week, 9AM-3PM, Lunch Included

CREDIT COURSES

• Academic Credit Available for Grades 8-12 • Available Online & On-Campus • Lunch Not Included, Unless Combined with a Camp

ENRICHMENT COURSES & TUTORING

• Available for Grades 2-12 • Available On-Campus Only • Lunch Not Included, Unless Combined with a Camp

SCAMPER PACKAGES

• Available for Day Campers in Grades 2-5 • Four 2-Week Sessions to Choose From • Lunch & Morning Blast Off! Pep Rally Included

SPORTS CAMP PACKAGES

• Available for Basketball and Soccer Campers in Grades 2-12 • Choose From Any Enrichment Course • Lunch Included In Price

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Intensive Courses One-Week, In-Depth Courses for Specific Skills & Interests J U NE 2 - 6

Design & Prototype an iPhone App

$450

Monday-Friday, 9AM-3PM Grades 6-12

• Learn how to conceptualize app ideas and draw prototypes on paper • Understand basic principles of user testing and user design • Refine prototype into a high-fidelity, clickthrough mockup to show off to family and friends

West African Dance & Culture Monday-Friday, 9AM-3PM Grades 3-6

$325

• Explore the Mande dance tradition • Practice yoga, do floor exercises, and build endurance • Learn a routine and perform for an audience

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Create Your Own Computer Game! Monday-Friday, 9AM-3PM Grades 4-8

$450

• Learn how to appreciate what goes into game design and development--by playing games! • Develop a basic understanding of computer programming • Build, test, and deploy your very own game so you can play it at home

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J U N E 16 - 20

Girl Power! Monday-Friday, 9AM-3PM Grades 5-8

$350

• Visit a television news studio, meet scientists, judges, lawyers, politicians, and other super women that were once girls just like you! • Combine that star power with kickboxing, rope climbing, and self-defense training for one thrilling week of girl power!

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Graphic Design 101: Build a Brochure! Monday-Friday, 9AM-3PM Grades 6-8

$450

Marine Science & Water Fun Monday-Friday, 9AM-3PM Grades 5-8

$450

• Learn the principles of graphic design, including layout design and typography • Interview key stakeholders in the community to build content for the brochure • Using Adobe InDesign, design, edit, and publish a brochure

• Dissect a fish, a squid, and a starfish! • Learn about different oceanic creatures and marine science careers • Enjoy swimming, paddle-boarding, kayaking, and canoeing


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The Wizarding World of Harry Potter Monday-Thursday, 9AM-3PM Grades 2-5

$300

• Play for the Quidditch House Cup, make your own wand, brew potions, drink butterbeer • Learn more about all things HP from Harry Potter expert and Fiction Alley founder Heidi Tandy • Combine science, athleticism, arts, and literature and have a chance at winning the House Cup!

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DIY Extravaganza Monday-Friday, 9AM-3PM Grades 2-5

$325

• Make your own jewelry, scrapbooks, tie-dye shirts, paper crafts, edible displays and other items to take home after class • Enjoy various do-it-yourself projects that you can teach to your friends later!

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The summer is the perfect time to gain exposure to new cultures, ideas, and skills. Our new intensive courses will give you that and more.

Kimberly Arredondo, Development and Alumni Associate & Summer Faculty


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INTRODUCTION

As a new student at Miami Country Day School, the Econ course I took last summer was a great introduction to the school community and the level of academics here.

Olivia Katcher, 2013 Summer Studies Student

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Credit Courses

Advanced Course Work Online for Credit H U MANITIE S

AP Microeconomics & Macroeconomics Online Only | Grades 11-12

$1,200

Economics Online Only | Grades 11-12

$1,200

• Engage in discussions of economic and broader social scientific issues, such as slavery, communism, capitalism, self-employment, and corporate finance

• Learn the basic concepts and logic of micro and macroeconomics by utilizing popular films • Course offered for Honors, College Prep, or Learning Resources students at MCDS

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Calculus Online with On-Campus Office Hours Grades 10-12 | Pre-Requisite: Precalculus

$1,600

• Limits, continuity of functions, derivatives of functions, the definite integral, and their realworld application

Precalculus $1,600 Online with On-Campus Office Hours Grades 10-12 | Pre-Requisite: Integrated Math III • Sets the stage for Calculus by examining trigonometric identities & functions and their applications, as well as modeling, parametric & polar coordinates, and exponential functions

Integrated Math II (Algebra+Geometry) $1,600 Online with On-Campus Office Hours Grades 8-10 | Pre-Requisite: Integrated Math I • Covers systems of equations, inequalities, quadratic functions, modeling, advanced algebraic topics with matrices and radical expressions • Includes some geometry concepts such as polygons, triangles, volume, surface area, similarity and congruence, and right triangle trigonometry

Integrated Math III (Algebra II) $1,600 Online with On-Campus Office Hours Grades 9-11 Pre-Requisite: Integrated Math II /Algebra I

• An extension of algebra and geometry concepts, this class will cover properties of functions, math algorithms, and graphing • Introduction to polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic functions

Introduction to Statistics $1,600 Online with On-Campus Office Hours Grades 10-12 Pre-Requisite: Integrated Math III / Algebra II • Covers conducting studies, creating and analyzing graphical and numeric data descriptions, probability, randomness, and probability distributions

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Enrichment Courses & Tutorin Opportunities to Enhance your Life GR ADES 1-5

1-2-3 Math

Session I: June 9-20 | Session II: June 23-July 3 Session III: July 7-18 | Session IV: July 21-Aug. 1 Monday-Friday, 9:30AM-11:30AM Grades 4-5 | Full description on pg. 13

English in Action

Session I: June 9-20 | Session II: June 23-July 3 Session III: July 7-18 | Session IV: July 21-Aug. 1 Monday-Friday, 9:30AM-11:30AM Grades 3-5 | Full description on pg. 13

Fiesta Fun Spanish

Session I: June 9-20 | Session II: June 23-July 3 Session III: July 7-18 | Session IV: July 21-Aug. 1 Monday-Friday, 9:30AM-11:30AM Grades 3-5 | Full description on pg. 13

Mad Science

Session I: June 9-20 | Session II: June 23-July 3 Session III: July 7-18 | Session IV: July 21-Aug. 1 Monday-Friday, 9:30AM-11:30AM Grades 1-3 | Full description on pg. 13

$450

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ESOL, A Summer Jumpstart $1,100 June 9-27 | Monday-Friday, 9AM-12PM | Grades 6-8 • English as a second language speakers, can advance their language skills through individualized work and field trips

$450

Middle School English $950 June 9-20 | Monday-Friday, 9AM-12PM | Grades 6-8

• Strengthen previously introduced English skills by participating in an array of activities designed to boost reading and writing fluency

$450

Middle School Math $950 June 9-20 | Monday-Friday, 9AM-12PM | Grades 6-8 • Reinforce math material covered in grades 5-7 through individually-tailored instruction

$450

ESOL, A Summer Jumpstart $1,100 June 9-27 | Monday-Friday, 9AM-12PM |Grades 4-5 • English as a second language speakers, can advance their language skills through individualized work and field trips

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ESOL, A Summer Jumpstart $1,100 June 9-27 | Monday-Friday, 9AM-12PM | Grades 9-12 • English as a second language speakers, can advance their language skills through individualized work and field trips

SAT Prep Session I: June 2-6 | Session II: June 9-13 Monday-Friday, 1PM-3PM | Grades 9-12

$300

• Learn strategies and concepts that will help you with the SAT Verbal, Math, and Writing sections


ng Individual Resume & Interview Help June 2-27 | Wednesdays by Appointment Grades 9-12

$35

Tackling the College Essay Session I: June 2-6 | Session II: June 9-13 Monday-Friday, 9AM-12PM | Grade 12

$300

• Create or polish your resume and practice your interviewing skills, so you can show the best you during your college or job application process.

• Tell the admissions committee who you are and learn what works and what doesn’t from a college guidance counselor with over 10 years experience • Produce at least one college essay that can be used during the application process

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Academic Tutoring On-Campus by Appointment

$85/hr.

• We offer tutoring on a variety of subjects and grade leves. Call us to find out whether we can meet your specific needs.

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LEARNING

The best part about Fiesta Fun was learning to make a pinata and filling it with candy. Fiesta Fun is so much fun you forget you are learning!

Charlotte & Julia Krass, 2012 & 2013 Summer Studies Students


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COMPREHENSIVE

The new SCAMPER packages are our most comprehensive offering yet. Combining our amazing Day Camp with targeted academic instruction, summer really does excel at MCDS! Carroll Kelly, MCDS Camp Director & Upper School Faculty Member 4 | Summer Studies Guide

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Scamper Packages Have Your Camp With a Side of Learning This Summer

SESSIONS

Monday-Friday, 9:30AM-11:30AM • Session I: June 9-20 • Session II: June 23-July 3 • Session III: July 7-18 • Session IV: July 21-Aug. 1

SA MPLE DA I L Y S CH E DU LE 8:55AM

Drop-Off

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Camp Morning Blast Off Pep Rally Meet Summer Studies Instructor

9:30-11:30AM

Academic Class Time

11:30AM-noon

Lunch with Camp Cabin

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Enjoy Camp Afternoon Activities

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Combine our popular Day Camp with two hours of academic instruction this summer. Each class runs for two weeks. Take one session, all four, or mix and match.

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COURSES

1-2-3 Math Grades 4-5

• Enhance and retain math covered in previous grades and be introduced to math covered in grades 5 and 6.

English in Action Grades 3-5

• Forget the flashcards! Foster an enjoyment of reading and writing and advance your reading comprehension and fluency by doing.

Fiesta Fun Spanish Grades 3-5

• Spanish immersion class for beginners and intermediate students. Expand your vocabulary and language skills with games, songs, arts and crafts, and more!

Mad Science Grades 1-3

• Delve into the world of Mad Science where students learn by applying the scientific method to various experiments.

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Sports Camp Packages Get Smart and Get Fit with these Packages Get the best of both worlds! Combine one of our sports camps with as many classes as you would like and save. OU

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Lunch

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Enjoy Sports Camp

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Check-in at Camp Office

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COURSES

Approved courses to combine for our Sports Camp Packages are below. For full course descriptions see pages 9-10 or visit our website. SAT Prep Tackling the College Essay 1-2-3 Math English in Action Fiesta Fun Spanish Mad Science Middle School English Middle School Math ESOL, A Summer Jumpstart AP Microeconomics & Macroeconomics Economics Integrated Math II (Algebra) Integrated Math III (Algebra II) Introduction to Statistics Precalculus Calculus

$300 $300 $450 $450 $450 $450 $950 $950 $1,100 $1,200 $1,200 $1,600 $1,600 $1,600 $1,600 $1,600


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• At best, students show little or no academic growth over summer. At worst, students lose one to three months of learning. • Children gain weight two to three times faster during summer vacation than during the school year. Research from the National Summer Learning Association

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Courses by Date J UN E 2 - 6

Design & Prototype an iPhone West African Dance & Culture AP Microeconomics & Macroeconomics Economics Integrated Math II Integrated Math III Introduction to Statistics Precalculus Calculus SAT Prep Tackling the College Essay Individual Resume & Interview Help Academic Tutoring

J UN E 9 - 13

1-2-3 Math English in Action Fiesta Fun Spanish Mad Science Create Your Own Computer Game! AP Microeconomics & Macroeconomics Economics Integrated Math II Integrated Math III Introduction to Statistics Precalculus Calculus ESOL, A Summer Jumpstart SAT Prep Tackling the College Essay Individual Resume & Interview Help Academic Tutoring

J UN E 16 - 20

1-2-3 Math English in Action Fiesta Fun Spanish Mad Science Girl Power! AP Microeconomics & Macroeconomics Economics Integrated Math II Integrated Math III Introduction to Statistics Precalculus Calculus ESOL, A Summer Jumpstart

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Individual Resume & Interview Help Academic Tutoring

J U N E 23 - 27

1-2-3 Math English in Action Fiesta Fun Spanish Mad Science Graphic Design 101: Build a Brochure! Marine Science & Water Fun AP Microeconomics & Macroeconomics Economics Integrated Math II Integrated Math III Introduction to Statistics Precalculus Calculus ESOL, A Summer Jumpstart Individual Resume & Interview Help Academic Tutoring

J U N E 30 - JULY 3

1-2-3 Math English in Action Fiesta Fun Spanish Mad Science The Wizarding World of Harry Potter AP Microeconomics & Macroeconomics Economics Integrated Math II (Algebra) Integrated Math III (Algebra II) Introduction to Statistics Precalculus Calculus Academic Tutoring

J U L Y 7 - 11

1-2-3 Math English in Action Fiesta Fun Spanish Mad Science AP Microeconomics & Macroeconomics Economics Integrated Math II Integrated Math III Introduction to Statistics Precalculus Calculus Academic Tutoring

JU LY 14 - 18

1-2-3 Math English in Action Fiesta Fun Spanish Mad Science AP Microeconomics & Macroeconomics Economics Integrated Math II Integrated Math III Introduction to Statistics Precalculus Calculus Academic Tutoring

JU LY 21 - 25

1-2-3 Math English in Action Fiesta Fun Spanish Mad Science AP Microeconomics & Macroeconomics Economics Integrated Math II Integrated Math III Introduction to Statistics Precalculus Calculus Academic Tutoring

JU LY 2 8 - AUG. 1

1-2-3 Math English in Action Fiesta Fun Spanish Mad Science AP Microeconomics & Macroeconomics Economics Integrated Math II Integrated Math III Introduction to Statistics Precalculus Calculus Academic Tutoring

A U G. 11 - 15 DIY Extravaganza


Mad Science DIY Extravaganza The Wizarding World of Harry Potter Academic Tutoring

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1-2-3 Math English in Action Fiesta Fun Spanish Mad Science DIY Extravaganza The Wizarding World of Harry Potter West African Dance & Culture ESOL, A Summer Jumpstart Academic Tutoring

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1-2-3 Math English in Action Fiesta Fun Spanish Mad Science DIY Extravaganza The Wizarding World of Harry Potter Create Your Own Computer Game! West African Dance & Culture ESOL, A Summer Jumpstart Academic Tutoring

GR AD E 5

1-2-3 Math English in Action Fiesta Fun Spanish Mad Science DIY Extravaganza The Wizarding World of Harry Potter Create Your Own Computer Game! West African Dance & Culture Girl Power! Marine Science & Water Fun ESOL, A Summer Jumpstart Academic Tutoring

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Design & Prototype an iPhone Create Your Own Computer Game! Girl Power! Marine Science & Water Fun Graphic Design 101: Build a Brochure!

Middle School English Middle School Math Academic Tutoring

GRADE 7

Design & Prototype an iPhone Create Your Own Computer Game! Girl Power! Marine Science & Water Fun Graphic Design 101: Build a Brochure! Middle School English Middle School Math Integrated Math II Integrated Math III Academic Tutoring

GRADE 8

Design & Prototype an iPhone Create Your Own Computer Game! Girl Power! Marine Science & Water Fun Graphic Design 101: Build a Brochure! Middle School English Middle School Math Integrated Math II Integrated Math III Academic Tutoring

GRADE 9

Design & Prototype an iPhone AP Microeconomics & Macroeconomics Economics Integrated Math II Integrated Math III Introduction to Statistics Precalculus Calculus SAT Prep Individual Resume & Interview Help Academic Tutoring

GRADE 10

Design & Prototype an iPhone AP Microeconomics & Macroeconomics Economics Integrated Math II Integrated Math III Introduction to Statistics Precalculus

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Intensive Courses Credit Courses Enrichment Courses Tutoring Scamper Packages Sports Camp Packages

Calculus SAT Prep Individual Resume & Interview Help Academic Tutoring

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Design & Prototype an iPhone AP Microeconomics & Macroeconomics Economics Integrated Math II Integrated Math III Introduction to Statistics Precalculus Calculus SAT Prep Individual Resume & Interview Help Academic Tutoring

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Design & Prototype an iPhone AP Microeconomics & Macroeconomics Economics Integrated Math II Integrated Math III Introduction to Statistics Precalculus Calculus SAT Prep Tackling the College Essay Individual Resume & Interview Help Academic Tutoring

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How to Register NEW TO MCDS SUMMER PROGRAMS

RETURNING TO MCDS SUMMER PROGRAMS

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Decide how to pay. • Pay the entire balance now. • Pay the $200 deposit now and have the rest automatically charged on June 2, 2014. • You can pay with a credit card, check, or in cash.

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Decide how to pay. • Pay the entire balance now. • Pay the $200 deposit now and have the rest automatically charged on June 2, 2014. • You can pay with a credit card or check.

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As the summer registrar, I am readily available to assist you with any questions you may have on our registration process and package together the perfect summer experience for your child. Jacqueline Niang, Summer Programs Registrar 18 | Summer Studies Guide

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Access the Camp Brain account you created last summer and complete a new registration for Summer 2014. If you forgot your account log in, please give us a call or visit us in person to register instead.

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Choose whether to register online, by phone, or in person. summer.miamicountryday.org 305.779.7350 601 NE 107th St. Miami, FL 33161

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Summer Policies PA CK AGE D I S CO U N T S

To receive the discount, students must register for an approved Summer Studies course and their camp at the same time if comleting the registration online. Register by phone or in person, if you have any issues with accessing your discounted rate.

DR O P OFF & P A RK I N G

B E H A V IO R A N D D R E S S CO DE

C REDIT CO U RS E S

A TTE N D A N C E & T A R D IES

Regardless of credit obtained during the summer, MCDS students are expected to maintain five core courses per semester during the regular academic year.

In observance of Independence Day, there will be no school on Friday, July 4th.

Students should check in at the Camp Office before heading to class unless instructed otherwise by their summer faculty instructor. Parking is available for students in the North Parking Lot. Completion and full payment of the credit course must be submitted before requesting an MCDS transcript from the school registrar.

SEV ER E WE A T H E R

Summer Studies courses may be cancelled due to severe weather. Visit the Summer Programs website and Miami Country Day School website for announcements concerning cancellations.

Students are expected to behave and dress in a manner that will not disrupt the learning environment. Failure to do so, may lead to dismissal from the course or denial of academic credit. Students must be on time. If they arrive late, they must check in at the summer camp office before heading to class.

There are no refunds on Summer Studies courses, unless there is insufficient enrollment or an emergency with the student. Refund requests must be submitted in writing, and will be considered at the discretion of the Summer Studies Director.

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As the mom of a camper and a summer programs employee, I love how the safety and security of the students and staff is of the upmost priority to the school year-round.

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ONLINE

Summer Programs summer.miamicountryday.org

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Summer Programs summercamp@miamicountryday.org Summer Studies Director martellc@miamicountryday.org

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Hopefully, we answered why Summer Studies at Country Day is a must, but if you still have questions or would like to take a tour of campus, please let us know. We would like nothing more than to share our love for Country Day summers with you and your family. Christian Martell, Summer Studies Director

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