CAMPS & TRIPS

Enrolling in one of our camp programs allows students the opportunity to supplement their English language education, live with an American family, and make new friends. Many students use our camps as a chance to build confidence toward making the jump to a future foreign educational goal.

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LANGUAGE & CULTURE VIP CAMP

This self-guided program allows students and parents to explore American life and culture. Attend school during the day (optional for parents) and stay with an American family through our homestay program.

7–30 Days. Ages 6–18.

Parents welcome. Ages 6–12 require one chaperone or parent per three students.

Schools: Horizon Christian Academy (6–18), The Rock Academy (6–18), Mater Dei Catholic School (13–18), Christian Unified School (6–18), ESL School (13+), San Diego State University (Summer, 13–18).

LANGUAGE & CULTURE CAMP

During this one-week program, students learn and practice the English language through an immersive American experience. Students attend a local American school in the morning and tour San Diego in the afternoon.

7 Days. Ages 6–18.

Ages 6–12 require one chaperone or parent per three students.

Schools: Horizon Christian Academy (6–18), The Rock Academy (6–18), Mater Dei Catholic School (13–18), Christian Unified School (6–18), ESL School (13+), San Diego State University (Summer, 13–18).

Camp Schedule:

9  Continue School

Students continue to attend their school where they practice English, learn about American culture, and make friends.

1  Transfer from Los Angeles

Students are picked up from the Los Angeles airport (LAX) and transported by shuttle to their homestay families in San Diego.

5  Continue School

Students continue to attend their school where they practice English, learn about American culture, and make friends.

10  La Jolla Cove

La Jolla Cove is famous for its scenic clifs, caves, and tidepools.

2  Homestay Introduction

Students are introduced to their homestay families and have a chance to unpack and settle in to their living arrangements.

6  Balboa Park / Museums

Inside the 1200-acre park, structures were built with a European Spanish style. The historical park ofers various attractions, museums, and destinations.

11  Downtown La Jolla

This world-famous town is known for its world-class restaurants, shopping, and scenic views of the coast.

14  Homestay Goodbye

Students prepare to leave San Diego and say goodbye to their homestay families.

4  Downtown San Diego Tour

Tour of downtown San Diego, known as America’s finest city. Visit attractions such as seaport village and the USS Midway.

8  Visit UCSD

Ranked 7th among public universities, UCSD is famous for its engineering, medical, science, management science and international relations programs.

13  Graduation Celebration

Congratulations! Students have a party and dinner to celebrate the completion of their school programs.

3  First Day of School

Students tour their school, settle in to classes, and meet their teachers and classmates.

7  Continue School

Students continue to attend their school where they practice English, learn about American culture, and make friends.

12  School Graduation

Students finish their school coursework and say goodbye to their school and teachers.

IVY LEAGUE TOUR

This comprehensive trip gives students the opportunity to tour both coasts and see many great schools such as Harvard, MIT, and Princeton. Students also spend a week with an American Family to enhance their language and cultural understanding.

18 Days. Ages 13–18.

Parents welcome. Ages 6–12 require one chaperone or parent per three students.

Schools: Horizon Christian Academy (6–18), The Rock Academy (6–18), Mater Dei Catholic School (13–18), Christian Unified School (6–18), ESL School (13+), San Diego State University (Summer, 13–18).

Camp Schedule:

1  Arrive in San Francisco

San Francisco is home to the headquarters of 30 international companies, including as Wells Fargo, Bank of America, and Chevron.

5  Arrive in Los Angeles

The second largest city in the United States, Los Angeles is the home of the entertainment industry and famous sites like Hollywood’s Walk of Fame.

2  Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley is populated by hundreds of the world’s biggest and most important technology companies.

6  Universal Studios

Universal Studios Hollywood is a world-famous theme park that allows visitors a behind-the-scenes look at the movie making and the entertainment industry.

4  Visit UC Berkeley

Ranked 1st among public universities and 22nd overall, Berkeley is renowned for its mathematics, engineering, business, computer science, and many other subjects.

7  Disneyland

Have a fun and magical day at the world famous Disneyland Park by exploring its many shops, rides, and performances.

3  Visit Stanford

Stanford’s graduate and research program are consistently ranked in the top 10 in the world. Its famous schools include Law, Business, Education, Medicine, and Engineering.

16  Continue School

Students continue to attend their school where they practice English, learn about American culture, and make friends.

8  Transfer from Los Angeles

Students are transferred from Los Angeles to San Diego by shuttle.

12  Continue School

Students continue to attend their school where they practice English, learn about American culture, and make friends.

17  La Jolla Cove

La Jolla Cove is famous for its scenic clifs, caves, and tidepools.

9  Homestay Introduction

Students are introduced to their homestay families and have a chance to unpack and settle in to their living arrangements.

13  Balboa Park / Museums

Inside the 1200-acre park, structures were built with a European Spanish style. The historical park ofers various attractions, museums, and destinations.

18  Downtown La Jolla

This world-famous town is known for its world-class restaurants, shopping, and scenic views of the coast.

21  Homestay Goodbye

Students prepare to leave San Diego and say goodbye to their homestay families.

11  Downtown San Diego Tour

Tour of downtown San Diego, known as America’s finest city. Visit attractions such as seaport village and the USS Midway.

15  Visit UCSD

Ranked 7th among public universities, UCSD is famous for its engineering, medical, science, management science and international relations programs.

20  Graduation Celebration

Congratulations! Students have a party and dinner to celebrate the completion of their school programs.

10  First Day of School

Students tour their school, settle in to classes, and meet their teachers and classmates.

14  Continue School

Students continue to attend their school where they practice English, learn about American culture, and make friends.

19  School Graduation

Students finish their school coursework and say goodbye to their school and teachers.

25  New York City Tour

New York City is the largest and most famous city in the United States. It is home to Wall Street, Times Square, Central Park, and some of the best museums in the country.

22  Visit Harvard

Harvard, a private Ivy League university, is among the most prestigious and well-known institutions in the world. Harvard is ranked second in the nation.

26  Visit Columbia

Columbia is a private, Ivy League university located in Upper Manhatten. Columbia is ranked fourth in the nation and is responsible for administering the Pulitzer Prize.

23  Visit MIT

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is a private research university, famous for its important contributions to engineering, science, and technology.

27  Visit NYU

Situated in Washington Square in Greenwich Village, NYU is one of the largest private universities in the United States. NYU is ranked 32nd in the nation.

29  Visit Princeton

Ranked first in the nation, Princeton University is one of the oldest and most important academic institutions in the United States. Princeton is located in New Jersey.

32  Depart for Home

Students have a chance to pack their bags before being transported to the famous Dulles International Airport.

24  Visit Yale

Ranked third in the nation, Yale is among the most presitigous universities in the world. Yale is located in New Haven, Connecticut.

28  Visit West Point

The Military Academy at West Point is one of the most competitive programs in the world. Its campus, overlooking the Hudson, is a national landmark.

31  Visit Museums

Washington DC is home to many famous museums including the National Archives, the National Gallery and the Smithsonian.

30  Washington DC City Tour

The capital city of the United States, Washington DC is home to many of the country’s most important landmarks and government buildings.

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