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Courses for Advanced Credit, Enrichment and More!
The Summer Session at Newark Academy offers courses for advanced credit, enrichment and skill development, as well as preview courses in core subjects. The classes, taught by a talented faculty, are small, providing an excellent academic experience. All summer session classrooms are air-conditioned.

*Please note the information below is from the Summer 2015 program. Our Summer 2016 program information will become available in December 2015.

Advance Credit Courses meet June 22 to July 31, four hours daily for a total of 120 hours and are for students seeking to further their academic studies in the summer. These courses are equivalent in rigor and content to full-year programs at Newark Academy. Students can take advance credit courses for enrichment, or with their school’s approval, transfer the course for credit at their respective schools.  There are no classes on Friday, July 3.
Preview Courses are two-hour courses designed for students who want substantial exposure to courses they will take in the fall. Preview courses are offered in math and science, and allow students to consider taking another two-hour course in the summer session. They meet June 22 to July 31, two hours daily for a total of 60 hours. Students in preview courses will cover approximately half of the entire course material over a six-week period. Students who wish to preview a specific math subject for less than six weeks should enroll in the Math Clinic.  There are no classes on Friday, July 3.

Enrichment Courses for older students, such as writing and literature workshops, are offered June 22 to July 31, two hours daily for a total of 60 hours. Enrichment courses for younger students focus on developmental work in the critical areas of reading, English, math, science and study skills. These courses are offered in various time slots and on various dates. See information in course descriptions.  There are no classes on Friday, July 3.
For more detailed information, please view Course Offerings.

Specialized Workshops for 2015

Specialized workshops
, taught by Newark Academy faculty, offer students a variety of opportunities to expand their intellectual and artistic horizons. These workshops allow students to step outside traditional academic coursework to discover and deepen new skills and passions. New offerings for Summer 2015 include:

Beginner/Intermediate Tap/Jazz/Ballet Dance Workshop / Grades 6-8
Advanced Tap Dance Workshop / Grades 7-12
Advanced Ballet Workshop / 7 - 12
Advanced Modern Dance Workshop
/ Grades 7-12
Advanced Jazz Dance Workshop / Grades 7 - 12  NEW
Improv Workshop / Grades 6 - 8
Globalization in the Modern World / Grades 8 -12
Diversity in the Modern World / Grades 8-12
NA Jazz Institute / 7- 12
JTole Jazz Academy
/ Grades 7-12
Introduction to Philosophy / Grades 10 -12
Introduction to Law / Grades 9 - 10  NEW
Model United Nations Institute
/ Grades 8 - 12
Advanced Model United Nations Institute
/ Grades 8-12
Leadership in the 21st Century / Grades 8 - 12
Advanced Leadership Seminar / Grades 8 - 12  NEW
New Science of Learning / Grades 7 - 9  NEW
The Zombie Survival Guide: Literary Edition / Grades 9 - 11  NEW
Poetry Intensive / Grades 8 - 9  NEW
Genius and Insanity / Grades 9 - 11  NEW
Sense of Place / Grades 9 - 11  NEW
Introduction to Scene Study  
/ Grades 9 - 11 NEW

For detailed information, please visit our Summer 2015 Course Offerings.
Register for Summer Session 2015
Registration and medical forms for Summer 2016 will be available to download in December 2015.

Summer Program Hold Harmless Agreement
If you would like to add your name to the list for Summer Session or Sports Camp carpooling, please complete and return this agreement form with your registration materials. 
Program Spotlight

STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics) classes present students with an integrated, creative, collaborative, and hands-on approach to learning.

Grades 4-8
This course is designed to introduce students to the basic elements and principals of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Design, and Math.
Transportation Design / Grades 4-8
This course is designed to introduce students to different types of transportation and mechanical design.
Robotics / Grades 4-8    
In this 6-week course, students will gain hands-on experience building and programming a Lego Mindstorm Robot.
Digital Arts 2 / Grades 6-8
This course is designed as a continuation for students who have completed Digital Arts at Newark Academy Summer Session.
Jump Start Program for Students Entering Grades 1 and 2
Newark Academy's six-week Jump Start program is designed to challenge young students and prepare them for first and second grade classrooms through a fun, intertactive and accelerated learning environment.

Download the Jump Start Program Fact Sheet

For more detailed information, please view Course Offerings.