Vancouver and Redmond’s
Summer Intensive Program 2016
Improving the Brain this Summer
For a Lifetime of Learning
July 4th-August 12th
*no class July 4th -EA Redmond
*no class August 1st – EA Vancouver
Do the following questions remind you of anyone you know?
What if there was a way to improve abilities this summer, and change potential for a lifetime? What if you, or someone you know, could dare to dream again?
The Summer Intensive Program at Eaton Arrowsmith is for children (over the age of seven) and adults who are interested in becoming more confident, independent learners. Individuals who struggle to understand what they are reading, take longer to make connections between concepts, find problem solving and math challenging, are perplexed by jokes or sarcasm, think in a rigid fashion, and always feel a few steps behind in understanding situations, can benefit from this program.
Students who take this program can expect to make as much progress in six weeks as they would if enrolled in our part-time, after school program for one year.
Please note that students enrolled in this program are expected to attend all six weeks of the course.
Interested in enrolling? The first step is an assessment of fit with an Eaton Arrowsmith Admissions Specialist. For more information, please contact Admissions Specialist, Jason Cruickshank at firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-449-8327.
“Currently in the summer program here, a real enlightening experience, I’m focusing better than ever and learning how to better myself. The teachers here really care. Can’t recommend it enough.”
– Stefan Polinsky, Eaton Arrowsmith Summer Intensive Program student 2015
Have you ever wondered about some of the reasons why it is so hard for students…and grown ups…to pay attention? Thanks to our friends at VancouverMom.ca for sharing our thoughts and the experiences of our students so clearly. Have a read! http://www.vancouvermom.ca/school/paying-attention-school-difficult/
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