Summer

Summer 2020

Athena Academy
525 San Antonio Ave.
Palo Alto, CA 94306

Week of June 22nd

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Athena Academy Academic Camp

Date: Monday, June 22nd – Friday, June 26th
Time: 8:30am-3:00pm, -Pick up by 3:30pm
Grade: 1st-8th graders

Cost: $700/week - Register before March 15th to receive a $50 discount!

Full refund of camp fees upon cancellation up to 45 days prior to camp.

Summer at Athena Academy is proud to offer a week-long skills program for dyslexic students entering grades 1 – 8. This program is specifically designed, utilizing Athena Academy’s unique teaching approach, to help dyslexic students build foundational skills for learning.

Our highly trained, dedicated teachers will work with the students on understanding the way their brains work and through multi-sensory, skills-based instruction teach them to use their visual-spatial strengths when learning. The incorporation of our project-based curriculum will engage the students with meaningful and fun content that will allow them to apply the skills being taught.

Through engaging hands-on projects in our Makerspace your dyslexic thinkers can explore their passions and build on their strengths while getting the summer boost they need to find success in school.

Week of July 20th

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Athena Academy Academic Camp

Date: Monday, July 20th – Friday, July 24th
Time: 8:30am-3:00pm, -Pick up by 3:30pm
Grade: 1st-8th graders

Cost: $700/week - Register before March 15th to receive a $50 discount!

Full refund of camp fees upon cancellation up to 45 days prior to camp.

Summer at Athena Academy is proud to offer a week-long skills program for dyslexic students entering grades 1 – 8. This program is specifically designed, utilizing Athena Academy’s unique teaching approach, to help dyslexic students build foundational skills for learning.

Our highly trained, dedicated teachers will work with the students on understanding the way their brains work and through multi-sensory, skills-based instruction teach them to use their visual-spatial strengths when learning. The incorporation of our project-based curriculum will engage the students with meaningful and fun content that will allow them to apply the skills being taught.

Through engaging hands-on projects in our Makerspace your dyslexic thinkers can explore their passions and build on their strengths while getting the summer boost they need to find success in school.