Summer Enrichment Online Brochure

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CLASS OF 2023 summer enrichment classes offer a fun and engaging way for any student to prepare for her freshman year. Hands-on courses will introduce students to new fields, reinforce academic concepts, and provide practice on the iPad. Seasoned upperclassmen in the CLASSES OF 2020, 2021, and 2022 have the opportunity to learn new skills, explore their interests, and prepare for the fall.

Please choose your class year below to see what courses you can register for this summer!

Priority is given to incoming freshmen, so the Class of 2023 will have registration access through May 6. Registration opens on April 16. Parents will receive an email. Incoming freshmen enrolled in summer courses must attend a technology orientation on June 10 or June 14, and must fill out the form to purchase their iPad prior to May 6. Details and links are available under Technology Requirements on the Class of 2023 homepage.

For upperclasswomen, registration will open following May 6.

If you have questions, please contact Summer Enrichment Coordinator Eric Chalfin at eric.chalfin@



Dates: Various weeks from Monday, June 17 - Friday, August 2. Note: July 4 & July 5 are school holidays.

Registration: Full tuition is due at registration. Enrollment is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis. Visitation reserves the right to cancel any class that does not meet the minimum enrollment. The Class of 2023 has priority for these classes through May 6. After that time, enrollment will open to other grades.

Financial Aid: A limited amount of financial aid is available for Summer Enrichment courses. If you would like to apply for aid, please email Director of Admissions & Financial Aid Janet Keller at

Credit: Students do not earn credit for summer courses.

iPads: iPads are required for math and English classes, and students must bring their iPad on the first day of class. iPads will be used to take and organize notes, submit assignments, and view course materials. The courses will introduce apps that students will use during the school year, such as Notability. Other classes may also require an iPad; more details will be provided later.

Lunch: Lunch is NOT provided. Students taking both a morning and an afternoon class are responsible for their own midday meal.

Questions: Contact Summer Enrichment Program Coordinator Eric Chalfin at