The Piedmont School 2017 Summer Enrichment Program
“The Piedmont School summer experience will be challenging, exciting, rewarding, and one that you will never forget! There is nothing else like it in the Triad so sign up early, buckle your chin strap, and prepare yourself for a wonderful ride.”
– Tim Montgomery, Head of School
The Piedmont School offers a 5 week summer program that has a combination of academic and interactive enrichment for rising Kindergarten through rising 6th graders. Complete with an experienced and credentialed staff who are dedicated to working with students with learning differences, yet our summer program is open to the public and those without any sort of learning challenge also.
The Piedmont School Summer Enrichment Program offers a full day option that includes small group (1:6 ratio) enhancement activities in reading, writing, and math in the morning while the afternoon is spent in enrichment activities.
Session 1 (June 19th -June 23rd):
– GAMES: Explore a wide variety of Viola Spolin theatre games involving coordination, ensemble building, confidence boosting, and flexing the imagination. Be prepared to be on your feet for the duration of class. Bring a positive attitude, an open mind, and your own brand of creativity!
– VOLLEYBALL AND BADMINTON: Students will learn and participate in volleyball and badminton beginner level activities. Students will play games and engage in a tournament style format. Students will draw, label and color diagrams that show correct form for each sport. Students will use technology to video record movements and breakdown mechanics.
– MAKE A GIANT PUPPET: Work as a collaborative team to make a large-scale pageant puppet. Will include cardboard sculpting, paper Mache, paint, fabric work, light bamboo work, and the opportunity to work form design to creation.
– FLAG FOOTBALL AND RUGBY: Students will learn and participate in flag football and rugby beginner level activities. students will play games and engage in tournament style format. Students will draw, label and color diagrams that show correct form for each sport. Students will use technology to video record movements and breakdown mechanics.
Session 3 (July 10th- July 14th):
– CIRCUS: Learn the art of three ball juggling, one ball tricks, coordination, and full-body connectivity in this hands-on beginner circus workshop. Craft your own practice balls n class and take them home for continued practice! Comedic movement and performance may also be included.
– SOCCER AND HOCKEY: Students will learn and participate in soccer and hockey beginner level activities. Students will play games and engage in a tournament style format. Students will draw, label and color diagrams that show correct form for each sport. Students will use technology to video record movements and breakdown mechanics.
Session 4 (July 17th- July 21st):
– FAMOUS ARTISTS: Spend the week exploring different techniques gleaned from famous artists throughout time. Days will include projects relating to styles, artistic processes, and mediums. Drawing, painting, and sculpting will be used.
– BASKETBALL AND BASEBALL: Students will learn and participate in basketball and baseball beginner level activities. Students will play games and engage in a tournament style format. Students will draw, label and color diagrams that show correct form for each sport. Students will use technology to video record movements and breakdown mechanics.
Session 5 (July 24th- July 28th)):
– MAKE A MUSIC VIDEO: This week we will work on picking out a song, costumes, setting, and design for our own music video. Lip syncing, dance, costumes/makeup and filming will be used. Students will have active parts during the entire process.
– ALL SPORTS: Students will participate in an all sport challenge. Students will be able to express skills learned in a championship game. Students will get awards and a sports brains certificate for participating in the program.
* Half day is for the academic portion only and runs 8:00am (7:30 drop off) until 11:30am.
* Full day (academic and enrichment) runs 8:00am (7:30 drop off) until 3:00 pm
* Drop in option is for the full day program. Please contact the school directly for pricing information.
* Students staying for the half day morning program need to bring a snack. Students staying for the full day program need to bring a snack and a bag lunch each day.
Pricing and Registration
Registration begins February 1st and ends May 31st. A $500 non-refundable deposit is required to secure your spot with the remainder of balance due by June 13th.
Current TPS Families who register by April 15th will receive a discount of $125 off.
The Piedmont School Summer Enrichment Program runs for 5 weeks, Monday through Friday June 20th-July 29th.
We are closed the week of July 4th-July 8th in honor of the Fourth of July holiday.
Prices below are for the entire 5 week program (excluding the drop in rate):
* Half day academic program (All 5 weeks): $1400
* Enrichment: $175 per week
* 5 week Academics and Enrichment: $2200
* Drop in weekly rate (full day)= $480/week
To register, fill out the registration form above and pay your deposit (or payment in full) by calling the school or mailing a check. Deposits can be made online, but the remaining payment will need to be made before June 13th.
You can also call the school to register/pay over the phone.
Online Course Opportunities for Middle and High School
The Piedmont School will be offering a unique online course opportunity for these grade levels during the summer. This opportunity is open not just for TPS students, but for any students in these grades.
The courses are provided by FuelEd and TPS is offering a unique opportunity in that we will provide an on campus mentor for each student who they can meet with once a week to ask questions, have a mentor help them stay organized and on pace, and to help guide the students through the online course process. The schedules are flexible and run from June 20th-August 1st. Students complete all work at home on desktops or laptops (software requirements: Chrome browser, Microsoft Office/Word, and reliable internet).
Check out our flyers below for more information. You can also find this information on the Academics page of our website.
Middle School (rising 7th-8th graders)
Rising 7th-8th graders are invited to choose one of four elective courses to complete over the summer as an enrichment opportunity and a great way to introduce themselves to an online course format (online courses will inevitably be a part of their schooling career at some point, so this is a great introduction).
High School (rising 10th-12th graders)
Rising 10th-12th graders are invited to choose one course from a list of possibilities for which they will receive an elective high school transcript credit.
Any questions can be emailed to:
Deneane Davis (Academic Dean) firstname.lastname@example.org
Kori Mackall (Director of Communications) email@example.com