Summer Programs

Wright Academics is excited to offer in-person, small group workshops!

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All Grade Level Summer Programs

SAT Group Tutoring Focus
(Verbal or Math)

July exact dates TBD
Instructor: Jack, Scott, Scott
$600

  • 8 hours of Verbal or Math SAT in person group tutoring
  • Online SAT Diagnostic placement Tests
  • Online Sample Tests
  • Online quizzes
  • Virtual Group Study Hall

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Back to School Transition

Aug 30-Sept 2
Instructor: Ashley
$225

Focusing on executive functioning skills such as using a planner, organization, keeping materials together, getting into a routine, etc
Also focusing on the social/emotional aspect: anxiety, dealing with different feelings (excitement/scared/angry/sad etc) adjustment to new routine and schedules, social skills, etc.

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Elementary

Social Emotional Skills

June 28-July 1 M-Th 9:00-11:00
Instructor: Ashley
$225

Focusing on the social/emotional needs of the students. Each day will cover a new topic including the following: self esteem/bullying, anxiety, social skills, zones of regulation (coping skills/mindfulness). Students will learn from each other as well as through hands on activities and self/group reflection. 

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Visualization/Verbalization Workshop

June 28- July 1 11:30-1:30
Instructor: Holly
$225

Students will explore their sensory imagery, and engage in visualization and verbalization strategies in this reading comprehension workshop. Students will work on their descriptive writing expression, along with vocabulary comprehension. This workshop will help your child make meaning in what they read and write. 

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Multi-Sensory Math

July 5-8 9:00-11:00 2nd-5th grades
Instructor: Holly
$225

Students will engage in a variety of math activities that will allow their brain to engage in the lesson using hands-on manipulatives. Students will have the opportunity to create manipulatives and feel math in action. Students will work on real-world math skills that involve time, money, multiplication, division, regrouping using addition and subtraction. 

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Learning In Nature

July 12-15 12:00-2:00
Instructor: Samantha
$225

The world around us has so much to offer – there are opportunities to create, problem-solve, discover, and more. Tapping into STEM education, we will use nature and all the environment around us has to offer, by creating meaningful connections and reinforcing concepts in math, writing and language arts. Bring your elementary student for a workshop filled with fun, hands-on learning, and maybe even some fun in the mud!  

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Get Active and Learn

Aug 2-5 12:00-2:00
Instructor: Samantha
$225

Getting active is an essential part of social, emotional, and physical development. Learning through the use of sports, movement, and action is a great way to deepen understanding of a variety of concepts while making meaningful connections across the curriculum. Students will work on writing skills and math concepts. 

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Reading Enrichment

July 19-22 9:00-11:00
Instructor: Karen
$225

PA, Phonics, Vocabulary, Fluency, Comprehension

Reading is broken down into five main areas: phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension. According to the National Reading Panel,  it’s important to understand these 5 different parts of reading and how they work together. With beloved children’s literature and games, we will work on the Big 5 reading components, together.

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Elementary Theater

August 9-12 9:00-11:00
Instructor: Morgan
$225

Elementary theatre group students will learn how to express emotions through their body. They’ll write a poem or pick a poem of their choice to learn about.  At the end of the week they will to perform it in front of their friends. This week will be about learning exercises that can help improve the awareness of what your body is doing and what your face portrays.

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Middle School

Social Emotional Skills

July 5-9 MWF 1:00-3:30
Instructor: Ashley
$225

Focusing on the social/emotional needs of the students. Each day will cover a new topic including the following: self esteem/bullying, anxiety, social skills, zones of regulation (coping skills/mindfulness). Students will learn from each other as well as through hands on activities and self/group reflection.

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Emerging Writers Workshop

June/July
Instructor: Noelle
$225

Published writer and performing storyteller Noelle Ford leads a Writers Workshop for 6th to 9th grade students. Using improv, short stories, writing exercises, and revising practice, writers will work towards performing their piece at a hybrid coffee house at the closing of the week.

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Visualization/Verbalization Workshop

June 28- July 1 11:30-1:30
Instructor: Holly
$225

Students will explore their sensory imagery, and engage in visualization and verbalization strategies in this reading comprehension workshop. Students will work on their descriptive writing expression, along with vocabulary comprehension. This workshop will help your child make meaning in what they read and write. 

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Middle School Theater

August 16th-19th 9:00-11:00
Instructor: Morgan
$225

In the middle school theatre group, students will learn how to use their bodies to tell a story without words! They will  pick a song of their choice (instrumental) and use that to tell a story in pantomime form. At the end of the week they will perform it in front of their friends. This week will be about learning exercises that can help improve the awareness of what your body is doing and what the face portrays when trying to tell a pantomime.

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High School

IT Pro Workshop

June -August- exact dates and times TBD
Instructor: Quad
$600

High School aged and older. The IT Pro Workshop will prepare students for the Comptia A+ Certification. This certification grants the ability to gain an entry level IT job. The certification consists of passing two exams, 220-1001 and 220-1002. During the workshop, students will focus on preparing for the 220-1001 exam. The workshop will be 2 hours a week for 8 weeks.  At the end of the workshop, attendees will be ready to take the exam. Sessions will include material review, practice questions, and interactive activities. As a fun bonus, a Minecraft or CSGO server will be set up while the workshop is running. 

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AP Spanish – Reading and Responding

July TBD
Instructor: Noelle
$225

Do you struggle reading difficult passages in Spanish class? Need to ramp up your conversational Spanish? Noelle’s got your back! During this session, learners will work towards growth in reading, speaking, and writing ability and confidence. AP prompts and readings will be used to challenge learners, and to show learners they have limitless potential as Spanish-speakers.

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Money 101: Never Too Early to Begin

July 19-22 1-3 p.m.
Instructor: Chris
$225

High School Students. Money 101: Never Too Early to Begin will give students the tools to understand their finances and start planning for their financial future. Students will learn about budgeting, good debt vs. bad debt, philanthropy, and student loans. Other areas covered include living below one’s means, financial vocabulary, and seeing generationally. Students will walk away with a working financial vocabulary and a financial toolbox, equipped to begin planning for their future.

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SAT Group Tutoring Focus
(Verbal or Math)

July exact dates TBD
Instructor: Jack, Scott, Scott
$600

  • 8 hours of Verbal or Math SAT in person group tutoring
  • Online SAT Diagnostic placement Tests
  • Online Sample Tests
  • Online quizzes
  • Virtual Group Study Hall

Click here to register >

Emerging Writers Workshop

June/July
Instructor: Noelle
$225

Published writer and performing storyteller Noelle Ford leads a Writers Workshop for 6th to 9th grade students. Using improv, short stories, writing exercises, and revising practice, writers will work towards performing their piece at a hybrid coffee house at the closing of the week.

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College

College Reading

July TBD

Instructor: Noelle
$225

Do you struggle reading difficult passages in college classes? Don’t know how to even start an essay? Hate English class? Noelle’s got your back! As a struggling reader and a fidgety student, Noelle had to learn how to read and to respond in a different way than just reading and responding. From drawing an essay, to thesis racing to many other atypical ways of reading, Noelle studied how to help the divergent learner. During this series learners will work towards growth in their reading and writing ability and confidence. AP English and college composition prompts and readings will be used to challenge learners, and to show learners they have limitless potential.

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Adult

Financial Freedom: Take Control of Your Future

July 12th-15th 3-5 p.m.
Instructor: Chris
$225

The Financial Seminar: Take Control of Your Future. This series will help adults learn more about managing and leveraging  finances. Topics covered include an evaluation of the student’s current financial approach, reallocation, diversification across asset classes, valuing assets, hedging, tax loss selling, and home equity. This seminar places specific emphasis on the value of patience and the danger of the herd mentality. Adults can expect to walk away with a deeper understanding of their finances and specific action steps to improve their financial health.

Students will have materials to review and study in between meetings.

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