Summer Institute Overview
Educational Summer Sessions in Stamford, CT
Join students in grades K-12 from 40 different Connecticut and New York schools.
Make this summer a time for discovering new skills, exploring new subjects, and having fun. Register your child today for Summer Institute (SI) where students Kindergarten-Grade 12 are taught in small classes by King's outstanding teachers and coaches. Middle and high school classes allow students to pursue their academic passions and accelerate their progress in the next academic year. Fun Camp allows younger students to grow and learn while keeping in mind each age group’s physical, emotional, and intellectual needs. Sports clinics offer students who want to engage their bodies along with their minds, and push themselves to be their best in a variety of sports.
With dozens of sessions, Summer Institute offers something to suit the individual strengths and talents of each child!
King Academic Summer Program.
Summer Institute's Middle and Upper School program offers students (Grades 6-12) the opportunity to explore new subjects, or to advance in core academic or artistic subjects. Students who are serious about their academic and personal growth will find our intensive college preparatory courses the perfect way to excel this summer. Many courses are offered for academic credit.
Your children will gain confidence and be challenged. Our professional teachers and counselors, accompanied by experts, will nurture your children and broaden their experiences in STEM. Fun camp inspires curiosity in students Kindergarten-Grade 5 through activities, movement, and games. Join us for all six weeks or a combination of weeks. The camp typically starts the third week in June.
In addition to providing academic and artistic opportunities for growth, Summer Institute offers athletic clinics for those students who want to engage their bodies along with their minds, and push themselves to be their best in a variety of sports. Small group practices allow for students to learn and perfect skills.
Director of Summer Institute
(203) 322-3496, Ext. 4500