Resource: Summer Enrichment Program - University of Virginia (Charlottesville, VA)
Website: Summer Enrichment Program - University of Virginia (Charlottesville, VA)
Organization: University of Virginia Curry School of Education
URL: http://curry.virginia.edu/community-programs/student-enrichment/sep
Description: Students who are currently enrolled in grades 4 - 10 may apply to attend a two-week session in our program where curriculum emphasis will be on extending a student's capabilities in problem-solving, creativity and critical examination and evaluation of content rich fields of study. Areas that are new or of special interest to students will be investigated through hands-on simulations, demonstrations, lectures, discussion and/or individual or small group investigations. The 9th - 11th grade program will also emphasize the acquisition and practice of research skills within advanced topic areas.

Comments: Contributed by: Student on 6/3/2010
I am former camper who attended SEP for grades 5-11. I am now a high school teacher who hopes that her students can get as much out of this life-changing program as she did!

Contributed by: Student on 1/9/2010
I went to this summer program fro 2 years and my brother for 3. It was very fun and interesting. We both enjoyed it.

Contributed by: Parent on 11/10/2009
My son went to the program for the first time in the Summer of 2009 and absolutely loved it! It was his first time away from home for 12 days, but the program kept him excited and going for the whole time. He will definitely be going back next year.

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