Many students attending schools with typical nine-month schedules benefit from continuing their education during the summer months. The Faison Center’s six-week summer school program offers supplemental educational services for students ages two to 21 who do not currently attend The Faison School by incorporating them into one of our full-time day programs.
The Faison School’s summer school program is more rigorous than a summer camp, as students work on academics, communication skills and social skills – areas where they’d focus if they attended one of the school's full-time programs. Instructors will concentrate on each student’s personalized objectives using both individual and group learning activities.
The Faison School's summer school program runs for six weeks, from approximately early July through the middle of August each year. Classes meet Monday through Friday from 8:15am until 2:15pm. The 2017 Summer School will run from July 10th to August 18th.
The summer school program enrolls approximately 10 students each year but varies according to need and availability. Enrollment for the 2017 Summer School Program will begin in March and accepted applicants will be contacted in June. Fees for summer school are often paid by private funds (typically the student’s family), but summer school can be financially covered by the student’s school district if the student qualifies for extended school year services.
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