If you're looking to give your kids interesting, informative, challenging, and just plain fun summer experiences—look no further than The Peck School's Summer Program!
The program will run during the weeks of June 16, June 23, and June 30 (no classes July 4), for children entering grades kindergarten through eighth grade in the fall of 2014.
Classes will be held during both morning and afternoon sessions. A wide variety of classes will be offered, in the areas of academic enrichment, athletics, science and technology, fun summer activities, and the popular "Out-and-About Adventures," where students go on daily field trips to exciting places in the greater Morristown area.
For details and to register, visit the Summer Program on The Peck School's website, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration is open to the public, regardless of enrollment at The Peck School.
Feel free to call us at (973) 539-8660 ext. 388.
Founded in 1893, The Peck School is an independent co-ed day school for kindergarten through eighth grade in Morristown, NJ with a century-old reputation for academic excellence.
The school is guided by its belief, that, "in life, knowledge must be guided by values." Through a rigorous and inspirational program, a commitment to character formation, and a cutting-edge Life Skills and Traits curriculum, Peck offers an education that enables bright minds to fully realize their potential. A dedicated faculty strives to build in each student the capacity for disciplined learning, the values required to be considerate of others, and the skills and traits needed to compete and thrive in a complex and challenging world.
Small class sizes, a teacher to student ratio of 6:1, and a rich diversity of cultural, ethnic, and religious backgrounds allow for extensive, productive, and meaningful interaction between students and their teachers. Graduates are accepted at the best boarding and independent day schools in the region and across the nation, and are prepared to lead healthy, principled, and principled adult lives.