Summer Dates: June 26 – August 6
With a blend of adventure, experiential learning, and fun, Oliverian Summer provides a supportive and challenging educational experience for youth in grades 9-12 who may have struggled in more traditional school settings. The six week program is divided into three 2-week expedition-based modules which are sequenced to build on each other. We recommend completing all six weeks but students may sign up for just one or two of the 2-week modules.
Our beautiful campus will be home base for each 2-week module. When students arrive, the first few days will be spent making friends, having fun, jumping into our academic project, and preparing for the trip. With our perfect combination of support and flexibility, students will soon be ready to launch into our first expedition! Whether they are hiking in the White Mountains, canoeing on a pristine lake in Maine, or beyond, the wilderness expedition will blend applied learning, physical challenge, and peaceful serenity. The final few days of each module are spent back on campus – reflecting, relaxing, and celebrating… before beginning the next module!
Become a more confident version of yourself.
Oliverian is incredibly supportive and comfortable – a community where students build transformative relationships with caring adults. These relationships are at the core of all we do, helping students develop a courageous sense of self that they will carry with them anywhere they go in the world. During Oliverian Summer, those core relationships are cemented by the joys of shared experiences in beautiful, wild places, will enable students to tackle challenges, learn, and grow, no matter where they go.
At a Glance:
Full session = June 26 – August 6
First session = June 26 – July 9
Second session = July 10 – July 23
Third session = July 24 – August 6
Full six week summer session, tuition = $17,500
One session tuition = $6,200
Two session tuition = $12,000
- Academic credit: Students have the potential to earn .5 academic credit per session, and the full summer students may earn .50 Science, .50 English, and .50 History credits.
- Flexible, individualized academics
- Integrated counseling support
- All gender for high school students in grades 9 -12
- Expedition-based learning
- Adventure, Stewardship, & Arts interwoven throughout
- Fun because, after all, it’s summer!