The Thornton Academy English Language Summer Program is a great way to improve both spoken and written English skills. During the program, we'll also explore the gorgeous coast of Maine and make friends from all over the world. Designed for incoming Thornton Academy students, as well as for students that stay only for the summer, classes are small and provide instruction appropriate for each student's English ability.
Experienced, qualified Thornton Academy teachers instruct classes that range in size from four to eight students. Classes focus on reading and listening comprehension and seek to improve the quality of communication.
Enrichment activities in the afternoons and evenings support classroom learning and also provide relaxation and fun. Weekend excursions include trips to Boston and to Maine's famous Acadia National Park and scenic whitewater rafting rivers.
We're happy to work with you to design an educational summer program for your student group. Get in touch with us to learn more! Email us: email@example.com
Thornton Academy Admissions Office
438 Main Street
Saco, Maine 04072 USA
Phone: (207) 282- 5383
Fax: (207) 282-2536
You may also contact us by e-mail.
Interested in performing or visual arts? We're pleased to announce our one-week arts program including classes in Nature Drawing, Digital Photography, Choreography, Contemporary Dance, Website Creation, Movie Making, Printmaking, and more! Email us to find out more information about combining the one week summer program with one of our other exciting summer camps. See a full list of courses offered below.
Thornton Academy's STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Summer Program offers advanced studies in science and math - including Advanced Chemistry and Introduction to Robotics - to students entering grades 10 through 12. Experienced teachers with advanced degrees teach classes that are project-based. The courses encourage students to pursue new concepts using the scientific method and experimentation.
Enrichment activities in the afternoons and evenings support classroom learning and also provide relaxation and fun. Activities include trips to Boston, and outdoor excursions to the beach, mountains, and many scenic sites in Maine.