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 (also called Extended School Year) helps children with complex challenges develop their language arts, math and social skills during the summer. If you would like to read the full brochure, click here.  

Please download the  2020 Application here. Please email, fax, or mail back all applications: email: jgallagher@quakerschool.org \ fax: 215.674.9913 \ mail: 250 Meetinghouse Road, Horsham, PA 19044, Attention: Jenn Gallagher 

About The Summer Enrichment Program

  • Each day begins with academics in the morning and recreation in the afternoon. Afternoon activities include swimming, art, music, research and design, technology and weekly field trips.
  • Students enroll for the full five-week program, selecting from morning, half-day, mid-day or full-day sessions.
  • Children are taught in small groups of five students, using strategies that fit their learning style.
  • Each child gets individual teaching and support, focused on his or her learning challenges.

Classes offered:

  • 1:1 instruction (one class is included in tuition cost)
  • Wilson Reading System®
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Writing
  • Mathematics
  • Vocabulary Development
  • Additional programs: Speech and Language, and Occupational Therapy

Program options

Our summer program runs from June 29 - July 31 2020; we will be closed July 3 and 6. All programs are Monday through Friday and include 1:1 instruction in one class. You can select from:

  • Morning Program - $2274; runs from 8:15am - 10:30am OR from 10:15am - 12:30pm
  • Half Day Program - $3877; runs from 8:15am to 12:30pm
  • Mid-Day Program - $2965; runs from 10:15am to 3pm 
  • Full Day Program - $4457; runs from 8:15am - 3:15pm

For more information or to enroll:

Email Jenn Gallagher, Summer Program Director, or call 215-350-6988

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“Before The Quaker School, I felt left out and jealous of other students in my class. Now, I can fit in for the first time in my life.”

-TQS Student

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