The Gow School Summer Program

 

Overview

Developed for students who have experienced previous academic difficulties, Gow's program combines morning classes with traditional camp activities and weekend overnight trips. Each camper takes four courses for review, preview or enrichment in such areas as reconstructive language, organizational and study skills, computer literacy and communicational skills. Activities include various sports, arts and crafts, horseback riding, trail hiking, golf, soccer and a ropes course.

General Info

Name The Gow School Summer Program
Location South Wales, NY
Year-round Contacts 716-652-3450
Program Focuses & Features ADD, ADHD, Archery, Baseball, Basketball, Bicycle Tours, Canoeing, Chess, Climbing Wall, Crafts, Creative Writing, Cross-country, Dance, Drama, Dyslexia, ESL, Environmental Science, Equestrian, Exploration, Filmmaking, Fine Arts, Football, Golf, Hiking, Lacrosse, Learning Disabilities, Media, Mountain Biking, Mountaineering, Music, Painting, Riding, Rock Climbing, Roller Hockey, Ropes Course, Soccer, Softball, Speech, Studio Art, Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball, Wilderness Camping, Wilderness Canoeing, Writing/Journalism
Age Range Residential and Day — Coed Ages 8-16
Application Deadline Rolling
Director Eric Bray, Director
Residential Fee $6950 (+$250), 5 weeks.
Day Fee $3600-4500, 5 weeks.
Year Established 1990
Dates & Sessions June-July; 1 session, 5 weeks long

Contact

Eric Bray, Director
716-652-3450