SuperCamp and Quantum U have formed an alliance with University Visitor’s Network to help high school students better prepare for college. University Visitor’s Network is a great tool for students who are looking at colleges and wants to research the universities and want help with college prep.
SuperCamp and Quantum U help prepare students for college, whether they’re in high school or about to enter college. Each summer, teens make vast improvements at Quantum-U, where we teach learning and life skills that help teens know themselves, like themselves, and learn better. During many years of running these summer college prep programs we have learned lots and lots about teens and their problems—and how adults can help them through those sometimes rough years.
Quantum-U will be held at Colorado College this summer on July 23 – July 30, 2010. SuperCamp, the summer program for younger teens, will be held at nine U.S. college campuses, from Stanford University in the west to Brown in the east. Other locations include, UCLA, Cal State San Marcos in north San Diego County, Colorado College in Colorado Springs, the University of Washington in Seattle, Wake Forest University, Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa and a few more.
SuperCamp offers three grade-specific summer programs: the 7-day Junior Forum for students entering grades 6-8, the 10-day Senior Forum teen summer camps for students entering grades 9-12, and Quantum U for incoming and first year college students. The dynamic learning environment is designed to maximize long-term retention of the information provided.