The Summer Enrichment Program at WPS is an extension of the WPS philosophy, principles and model that takes place during the summer months. It provides students with the unique opportunity to participate in an individually designed program aimed to enhance academic skills and foster independence.
The strength of the Summer Enrichment Program has always been and remains the individualized education for each student. Classes do not exceed eight pupils per class, with most classes averaging four students per class. There is also a very high teacher-to-student ratio during the summer.
Students from fourth through twelfth grades from private, public, mainstream and special education settings come to WPS seeking to improve their academic skills. Students come from various Fairfield and Westchester county locations.
Enrollment in the Summer Program is approximately 30 students, of which an average of 55% are from WPS. Students from AITE-Stamford, Eagle Hill, Franklin Academy, Villa Maria, as well as surrounding areas of Darien, Easton, Fairfield, Greenwich, Hamden, New Canaan, Norwalk, Ridgefield, Stamford, Trumbull, Weston and Westport public schools participate in our summer program.
The July Morning Academic Program
The Summer Enrichment Program takes place Monday through Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. during the month of July. Students are grouped according to skill level and learning style in small classes of no more than eight students. Additionally, each student receives daily one-on-one instruction targeting areas of greatest need within Winston’s Focus program. The program is designed to develop language, encoding/decoding, reading comprehension, writing, math, test preparation, organization and time management skills at each student’s appropriate level of interest.
Tuition: $4,500 (Morning Academic Program including daily Focus sessions Monday-Friday)
In addition to daily one-on-one Focus sessions, students choose from among these courses for their summer curriculum:
• Written Language
• Reading Comprehension
• Decoding and Encoding
• Organization and Study Skills
Modified sessions and an independent study program available upon request.
After School Program Monday – Thursday 1:30- 2:15 and 2:15 – 3:00
Tuition: $500 per class
Offerings include classes such as:
– Arts & Crafts
– Computer Skills
– Digital Photography
– Government & Politics
– Performing Arts
– Social Pragmatics
– Sports & Fitness
– Computer Coding
Landmark College Transition
Workshop at WPSCT
July 10th – July 21st
Are you a college bound rising senior or a recent graduate who:
- Could benefit from an introduction to a college curriculum and expectations?
- May struggle with the increased demands of college-level courses?
- Worries about succeeding in college?
- Is concerned about the challenges of life away from home without the structure and support currently in place?
Consider joining Landmark and Winston faculty members who truly understand the challenges and frustrations you encounter in and out of the classroom – and can help you discover new learning strategies to succeed. Learn more at: www.landmark.edu/summer/transition-to-college-workshop-in-connecticut.
Summer Program Faculty
With a small, closely-knit staff of WPS teachers, the high degree of communication among faculty allows instructors to use the Continuous Feedback System to maximize the growth potential of each student. Close communication with parents continues throughout the summer and parents are updated weekly. Most teachers have more than two or three years of experience teaching in the Summer Program.
For more information, please contact:
email: email@example.com, or call 203.229.0465 (x5645)
Summer Enrichment Program Director