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SEP 2018: July 15th-28th

🔗 2017 Summer Enrichment Program (SEP) Schedule

🔗 2017 SEP – Camper Application

🔗 2017 SEP – Junior Counselor Application

đź”—2017 SEP – Course Descriptions

đź”—2017 SEP – Timeline

WHO: High achieving 6th- through 11th-grade students, from any school.

WHAT: Located on the University of Oregon campus, this residential program offers high achieving and TAG students a college preview by providing high-level academics, social activities, and new friendships.

WHEN: The 2 week residential camp runs from July 23-August 5, 2017.

WHERE: University of Oregon campus

MORE: Application required. This program is for students who thrive in an advanced learning environment. Letters of recommendation from past instructors and other information is required. Applications begin in January, and class selections begin in June 1st. A limited amount of financial assistance is available.

COST: Application fee $50 / Tuition $1,700 (Junior Counselor $1,400)

🔗 2017 Super Summer I Class Schedule (June 26-July 14, 2017)

🔗 2017 Super Summer I Class Descriptions (June 26-July 14, 2017)

🔗 2017 Super Summer II Class Schedule (August 14-25, 2017)

🔗 2017 Super Summer II Class Descriptions (August 14-25, 2017)

🔗 2017 Super Summer Application

WHO: High achieving kindergarten through 7th grade students from any school.

WHAT: This program offers exciting and educational classes to high achieving and TAG students. Morning, afternoon, and full-day schedules are available.

WHEN:
Super Summer I: 3 week session June 26-July 14, 2017.
Super Summer II: 2 week session August 14-25, 2017.

WHERE: Oak Hill School, 86397 Eldon Schafer Drive, Eugene, OR 97405

MORE: Application required. This program is for students who thrive in an advanced learning environment. Letters of recommendation from past instructors and other information is required. Applications begin in January, and class selections begin May 1st. A limited amount of financial assistance is available. Certain classes may have additional material fees. Extended care (before & after) will be available.

COST: Application fee $25 (covers both Super Summer sessions for 2017)

Super Summer I
Full-Day Tuition: $840
Deep and Wide Only (morning) Only: $420
Explore Sessions (afternoon): $210 Each
Before Care (8:00 – 9:00) Full Program: $75
After Care (4:00 – 5:00) Full Program: $75
Before & After Care Drop In: $6.50 per hour

Super Summer II
Full-Day Tuition: $560
Deep and Wide (morning) Only: $280
Explore Sessions (afternoon): $140 Each
Before Care (8:00 – 9:00) Full Program: $50
After Care (4:00 – 5:00) Full Program: $50
Before & After Care Drop In: $6.50 per hour

đź”— 2017 Summer on the Hill Schedule

đź”—2017 Summer on the Hill Class Descriptions

WHO: Kindergarten through 11-grade students from any school.

WHAT: Morning and afternoon classes are offered weekly, providing an enriching, personal, and engaging environment for students.

WHEN: Weekly classes offered June 26-August 25, 2017. Morning sessions are 9:00am-12:00pm and afternoon sessions are 1:00pm-4:00pm.

WHERE: Oak Hill School, 86397 Eldon Schafer Drive, Eugene, OR 97405

MORE: No application is necessary; this program is open to ALL students. Typical registrations are for 1 week, but a few classes are 2 week camps. Extended care (before & after) is also offered. Cost varies, depending on the class. Class registration is open now.

Oak Hill School is excited to offer a variety of Summer Programs to fit the needs of every child.

This year we will be offering three unique and engaging programs.

The Summer Enrichment Program

July 15th – 28th 2018
A residential academic experience, for TAG/gifted students, located at the University of Oregon.

6-11th grades. Student must apply and show proof of eligibility.

Super Summer I&II

Super Summer I June 26th – July 14th
Super Summer II August 14th – August 25th

Challenging classes and activities for TAG/gifted students. K-7th grades located on the Oak Hill School campus. Student must apply and show proof of eligibility.

Summer On The Hill

June 26th – August 25th

Learning and recreational opportunities for all youth.

K-12th grades located on the Oak Hill School campus.

Oak Hill School Summer Program’s Mission Statement

Oak Hill School Summer Program mission is to provide the best K-12 summer programs, creating caring and responsible critical thinkers. We believe in providing a safe environment where all campers and staff are welcomed. We honor diversity. Our individual qualities make us a stronger group.

Oak Hill Summer Programs offer students the chance to explore their passions in a variety of classes. We offer classes that expand thinking and celebrate learning in a fun environment. We offer day camps at Oak Hill School campus and a residential camp at the University of Oregon student dorms. Our camps are tailored to meet the needs of a variety of learners.

We do not discriminate against race, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, color, national origin, age, disability, military status or religion.

Oak Hill School is excited to offer a variety of Summer Programs to fit the needs of every child.

This year we will be offering three unique and engaging programs.

The Summer Enrichment Program

July 23rd – August 5th
A residential academic experience, for TAG/gifted students, located at the University of Oregon.

6-11th grades. Student must apply and show proof of eligibility.

Super Summer I & II

Supper Summer I June 26th – July 14th
Super Summer II August 14th – August 25th

Challenging classes and activities for TAG/gifted students. K-7th grades located on the Oak Hill School campus. Student must apply and show proof of eligibility.

Summer On The Hill

June 26th – August 25th

Learning and recreational opportunities for all youth.

K-12th grades located on the Oak Hill School campus.

SEP 2018: July 15th-28th

🔗 2017 Summer Enrichment Program (SEP) Schedule

🔗 2017 SEP – Camper Application

🔗 2017 SEP – Junior Counselor Application

đź”—2017 SEP – Course Descriptions

đź”—2017 SEP – Timeline

WHO: High achieving 6th- through 11th-grade students, from any school.

WHAT: Located on the University of Oregon campus, this residential program offers high achieving and TAG students a college preview by providing high-level academics, social activities, and new friendships.

WHEN: The 2 week residential camp runs from July 23-August 5, 2017.

WHERE: University of Oregon campus

MORE: Application required. This program is for students who thrive in an advanced learning environment. Letters of recommendation from past instructors and other information is required. Applications begin in January, and class selections begin in June 1st. A limited amount of financial assistance is available.

COST: Application fee $50 / Tuition $1,700 (Junior Counselor $1,400)

🔗 2017 Super Summer I Class Schedule (June 26-July 14, 2017)

🔗 2017 Super Summer I Class Descriptions (June 26-July 14, 2017)

🔗 2017 Super Summer II Class Schedule (August 14-25, 2017)

🔗 2017 Super Summer II Class Descriptions (August 14-25, 2017)

🔗 2017 Super Summer Application

WHO: High achieving kindergarten through 7th grade students from any school.

WHAT: This program offers exciting and educational classes to high achieving and TAG students. Morning, afternoon, and full-day schedules are available.

WHEN:
Super Summer I: 3 week session June 26-July 14, 2017.
Super Summer II: 2 week session August 14-25, 2017.

WHERE: Oak Hill School, 86397 Eldon Schafer Drive, Eugene, OR 97405

MORE: Application required. This program is for students who thrive in an advanced learning environment. Letters of recommendation from past instructors and other information is required. Applications begin in January, and class selections begin May 1st. A limited amount of financial assistance is available. Certain classes may have additional material fees. Extended care (before & after) will be available.

COST: Application fee $25 (covers both Super Summer sessions for 2017)

Super Summer I
Full-Day Tuition: $840
Deep and Wide Only (morning) Only: $420
Explore Sessions (afternoon): $210 Each
Before Care (8:00 – 9:00) Full Program: $75
After Care (4:00 – 5:00) Full Program: $75
Before & After Care Drop In: $6.50 per hour

Super Summer II
Full-Day Tuition: $560
Deep and Wide (morning) Only: $280
Explore Sessions (afternoon): $140 Each
Before Care (8:00 – 9:00) Full Program: $50
After Care (4:00 – 5:00) Full Program: $50
Before & After Care Drop In: $6.50 per hour

đź”— 2017 Summer on the Hill Schedule

đź”—2017 Summer on the Hill Class Descriptions

WHO: Kindergarten through 11-grade students from any school.

WHAT: Morning and afternoon classes are offered weekly, providing an enriching, personal, and engaging environment for students.

WHEN: Weekly classes offered June 26-August 25, 2017. Morning sessions are 9:00am-12:00pm and afternoon sessions are 1:00pm-4:00pm.

WHERE: Oak Hill School, 86397 Eldon Schafer Drive, Eugene, OR 97405

MORE: No application is necessary; this program is open to ALL students. Typical registrations are for 1 week, but a few classes are 2 week camps. Extended care (before & after) is also offered. Cost varies, depending on the class. Class registration is open now.

Summer Instructors

Jasun “Plaedo” Wellman is an artist, workshop facilitator and community organizer whose uniquely fun, funky yet intelligent and inspiring blend of rapping, poetry, comedy, live looping and story telling have proven to edutain (entertain + educate) crowds. With a career built off performing at varied places such as: protests, coffee shops, clubs, universities, poetry slams, and even street corners, his wide ranging lyricism poignantly, intelligently, and humorously covers eco warrior anthems, personal tales from the school of hard knocks, meditations on Buddhist Philosophy, as well as Aliens, sasquatch, and those stories we tell to humble and heal ourselves.

Alex Lowe has been leading the robotics courses at Oak Hill for three years. Prior to working at OHS Alex was a robotics instructor with the city of Eugene for three years, and a private math tutor and instructor for the past 12 years. Specializing in mathematics, science and technology for students in grade school all the way through college. Alex is also an experienced trumpet player, with a diverse background in classical and jazz traditions. He has studied with George Recker and has been a member of the Oregon Jazz Ensemble, and has had a number of appearances with the Oregon Mozart Players, the Eugene Symphony, and various brass ensembles.

Hannah Andersen is a dance artist, educator, and Pilates Instructor. Her research and teaching are recognized by the National Dance Education Organization, International Association for Dance Medicine and Science, Dance Science and Somatics Educators Group, and American College Dance Association, where her choreography was recently chosen to represent the University of Oregon at the regional conference. Her performance credits span regionally and nationally with repertory companies and independent artists. After receiving her BFA in Dance, she started the dance program at Whatcom Community College in 2010, concurrently serving as adjunct faculty at Western Washington University until 2014. She attended graduate school as a Teaching Fellow in the University of Oregon Department of Dance from 2014-2017 where she taught Modern, Ballet, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Improvisation, Contact Improvisation and Anatomy of Human Movement, a general science course. Upon receiving her MFA in June 2017, Hannah was awarded the Outstanding Graduate Student Award in the Department of Dance. She also received the 2015-2016 UO Georgianne Teller-Singer Dean’s Fellowship for an Outstanding Dance Graduate Student with additional support from the UO Dance Research Fund, and the 2015 National Dance Education Organization’s Graduate Student Award. Recently, she has served as guest artist at Gonzaga University, and the North Star Ballet, AK, fully grant funded by Alaska State Council for the Arts and the NEA. Hannah’s thesis research recently won the 2017 Doug Risner Prize for an Emerging Researcher to be published this fall in the Journal of Dance Education. She is returning to Whatcom Community College in Bellingham, WA to serve on dance faculty, and will be performing and choreographing once again with Bellingham Repertory Dance. Hannahandersendance.com.

Steve has taught in the Super Summer program for 17 years and has been involved in mathematics tutoring since his high school days, which were so long ago that some students have speculated that he assisted Pythagoras in the development of his famous theorem or at least worked on the Elements with Euclid. Steve also serves as a volunteer math tutor through Looking Glass Community Services’ New Roads School for runaway homeless youth. He has helped many students pass the math portion of their GED requirements, including eight graduates this year. He also volunteers with Community Supported Shelters and the U.S. Forest Service.

Steve was featured in the Register Guard’s Education & Schools Volunteer column in July 2017

You can find some of Steve’s math recources by visting mathonthemckenzie.blogspot.com