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Summer at Summit View School is a perfect opportunity for students to enhance critical academic skills in a relaxed, supportive setting. Summit View offers comprehensive lower, middle and upper school programs for students with learning differences. An innovative and integrated curriculum, coupled with small class size and low teacher to student ratio, enables students to develop their abilities and enhance their intrinsic talents. Summer classes are taught at both the Valley and Culver City campuses by teachers with expertise in the area of learning differences. Our open admissions policy also offers students in the general community a chance to experience the Summit View educational program.

The summer program provides students with the opportunity to acquire new skills; reinforce basic reading, writing and math skills; master test-taking and improve study skills; strengthen their knowledge; and develop expertise in computers, the Internet and multi-media.

College-bound students are encouraged to take the SAT preparation course and College Essay Writing and Applications. Students will receive intensive instruction in the areas of reading, writing, math and test-taking strategies. In addition, students can choose from a variety of enrichment classes such as iPads in the Classroom, Science Club, Film Editing, Arts and Crafts and Computer Camp. Academic instruction is available in both one-to-one tutorials and small groups.

By participating in a range of exciting activities such as building bridges in Science Club to creating and editing movies in Film, students can experience a productive, interesting summer session that prepares them for the new school year.

The Summit View summer program will run July 8 to August 2 from 8:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Brochure and tuition rates are available at www.summitview.org, or call 818-779-5262 for more information.