Wentworth’s Summer Camp is for students who have completed the 7th grade through high school. Our various camps offer a supportive learning environment where young men and women are introduced to values such as self-discipline, integrity, teamwork and accountability. The campers benefit from our unique combination of outdoor activities, academic enrichment and life-long skill development that fosters habits leading to success. The best part is you can see they have a fun time doing it!
Our academic component includes classes from English, Math, and Science to Science Fiction, Forensics, Life Fitness, and Theater. We have the classes your students are looking for!
We traditionally board over 100 campers each summer from all over the United States and throughout the world, fostering friendships between cadets that will last a lifetime. Each student is given daily instruction and opportunity to attain these important life skills. Through both our superior academics and teaching principles, our students are able to achieve the pride and confidence that sets them apart.
There is a $100 application fee for all applications to be processed.
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June 14th – July 25th, 2014
Camp LEAD (Leadership, Education and Discipline) is a blend of Summer School and Summer Camp. Our campers find exactly what they are looking for, whether it’s catching up academically or just an opportunity to better pursue an appointment with a service academy.
Students enjoy Camp LEAD tremendously. Perhaps it is due to our physical activity component which consists of sporting activities and also JROTC activities such as rappelling and orienteering. Or maybe it is due to other larger activities that students have the opportunity to attend such as an amusement park, sporting events and a camping trip to the Lake of the Ozarks; either way there’s no better place to spend the summer than right here at Camp LEAD.
- Any particular student may take no more than 3 Credit Recovery classes in a 6 week period or no more than 2 Enrichment type classes. Each 6 week class will count for 1/2 unit of credit and all Camp Lead students will receive an additional 1/2 unit of credit for ROTC activities which will take place each afternoon.
Monday – Friday, 0800-1200
Credit RecoveryEnglish IEnglishIIEnglish IIIEnglish IVIntegrated MathAlgebra IAlgebra IIGeometryTrigonometry/Pre CalculusAmerican HistoryWorld HistoryAmerican GovernmentGeographyCivil WarEconomicsBiologyChemistryAnatomy and PhysiologyEarth SciencePhysical SciencePhysics7th and 8th Grade Review
Enrichment ClassesForensicsTheaterLifetime FitnessPersonal Finance
June 14th – July 4th, 2014
Leadership Academy helps young men and women learn leadership skills through military activities and structure. We challenge our campers on a daily basis to stretch their personal limits and achieve more than the day before. This is option 2 of Camp LEAD.
July 5th – July 25th, 2014
Outdoor Life Camp helps young men and women learn about themselves through exploring the outdoors and adventure. Our challenges help them to discover more about themselves while instilling confidence and good judgment. This is option 3 of Camp LEAD.
July 3rd – July 27th, 2014
The Intensive ESL – English as a Second Language – program is designed for international students interested in attending High School or University in the United States and for those who want to improve their ability to communicate in English. The program includes reading, writing, speaking and listening opportunities as well as U.S. culture. The latest teaching techniques, strategies and technology are incorporated in the classroom.
Students will typically have classes in the morning and will be involved in activities in the afternoons and weekends. Students will meet others from around the world. Activities include rappelling and orienteering, intramural sports, land navigation, and swimming among others. Students will also attend sporting events, visit amusement parks, and participate in a camping trip to the Lake of the Ozarks. Students will learn leadership skills through military activities and structure, including teamwork, leadership, and values that lead to success.
While learning the language and more about the U.S. culture, students will be introduced to values such as self-discipline, integrity, teamwork and accountability and fostering friendships that will last a lifetime.
$3,625 + additional fees may apply
Wentworth Military Academy is proud to announce the addition of our summer sports camps. Teamwork, leadership and training is what Wenthworth has been teaching since 1880. The addition of these sports camps will allow you as an individual and your team as a whole to learn these skills through sports specific training. Simply click on the sport that you are interested in below for more information.
We will see you at camp! Go Red Dragons!