Summer Enrichment Program

Fostering a Love of Learning, All Year Long

Learning doesn’t end with the school year at The Quaker School. Our Summer Enrichment Program helps children with complex challenges entering grades 1-10 develop their language arts, math and social skills during the summer.  Our program will occur in person for summer 2021.

About The Summer Enrichment Program

  • Students enroll for the full five-week program, selecting from morning, mid-day, half-day or full day programs.  Optional therapy services and 1:1 virtual tutoring are also available.
  • Students are taught in small groups, using strategies that fit their learning style.
  • Each student receives individual teaching and support, focused on their learning challenges.

Program & Service Options

Our summer program runs from June 28 - July 30 2021; we will be closed July 2 and 5. All programs are held Monday through Friday and include 1:1 instruction in one 45 minute academic class in either Math, Reading Comprehension, Vocabulary, Wilson Reading System®, or Writing.  Apply online by clicking here.  

Program Offerings
  • Morning Program - $2,342
    • Choose from one of two offered sessions:
      • Session 1:  8:15 - 10:30 am
      • Session 2:  10:15 am - 12:30 pm
    • One, 1:1 academic class
    • One small group academic class
  • Half Day Program - $3,993
    • 8:15 am - 12:30 pm
    • One, 1:1 academic class
    • Three small group academic classes
  • Mid Day Program - $3,054
    • 10:15 am - 3:15 pm
    • One, 1:1 academic classes
    • One small group academic class
  • Full Day Program - $4,591
    • 8:00 am - 3:15 pm
    • One, 1:1 academic class
    • Three small group academic classes
Service Options
  • Speech and Language - $123/session
    • 45-minutes
    • 1 session/week 
  • Occupational Therapy - $123/session
    • 45-minutes
    • 1 session/week
  • Physical Therapy - $123/session
    • 45-minutes
    • 1 session/week
  • 1:1 Tutoring (virtual only) - $111/session
    • 45-minutes

For more information, please contact:

Jenn Gallagher:  215-674-2875, ext. 49

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