Make no mistake about it: LinguaZone Language Camp is a camp, and we sure do act like one! Our days are a balance of focus and fun, helping students accomplish an incredible amount without feeling like "summer school."
Students arrive between 8:15 and 8:30 to settle in before the day officially begins.
We delve into brand new topics every morning. Through our activity-based approach, students acquire new skills and build a strong vocabulary base, reaching toward greater proficiency in the target language.
All students enjoy a brown bag lunch together, followed by language games. Some favorites include LinguaZone Scribblish, Late Worker, Taboo, and Human Memory Board, to name a few.
We slow the pace in the afternoons to practice all of the new material we learn in the mornings. This dedicated time gives us the opportunity to take on elaborate, long-term projects, develop new talents, and collaborate with other classes in games and competitions.
Students call it a day and head home at 3:35.