Solebury School's 2nd Annual Summer Programs Fair

Sunday, January 28, 2018
1:00-3:00pm
Solebury School Athletic Center

Explore your options for Summer 2018 at our Summer Programs Fair!

We have curated our fair with summer programs exclusively for middle and high school students. Covering a variety of interests, the fair includes local, national, and international programs. All programs listed below will have representatives on hand to talk with students and families. This is a free event, and no RSVP is necessary.

Directory of our Summer Fair Vendors Attending (as of Jan. 24, 2018 - check often)

Academic Programs International (API)
ActionQuest and GoBeyond
American Collegiate Adventures - Project Endeavor
Amigos de las Americas (AMIGOS)
Fishburne Military School
Grier Summer
Independent Lake Camp
MWS Montreal French Camps
National Geographic Student Expeditions
Newtown School of Rock Summer Camps
Oxbow Summer Art Camp
Oxbridge Academic Programs
Philadelphia Outward Bound School
Putney Student Travel
Raven's Run Summer Art Camp
Rhode Island School of Design Pre-College
Rustic Pathways
Sail Caribbean
Smith College - Precollege Summer Programs
Solebury School Summer Programs
Solebury School StarCatchers and Bucks County Playhouse Theater Camps
Summer Discovery and Discovery Internships
The Experiment in International Living
The New York Times Student Journeys
The Road Less Traveled
The School of the New York Times
ThrillerCoaster Tours
Wave Week Service Leadership Institute
Where There Be Dragons

Fair-goers will also be able to pick up materials on the following programs:

Sarah Lawrence College Summer Pre-College Programs
Snow Farm: The New England Craft Program
Sol Study Abroad & Spanish Immersion
Summer at Delphi
Summer at Tufts
Syracuse University Summer College for High School Students
The College of New Jersey Pre-College Programs
UConn Pre-College Summer

Interested in being a vendor at our fair? Register here.


Come early for a free workshop at 12:00pm
Screen Time and Your Children: The Benefits and Challenges

Can kids really become addicted to their screens? How do they use technology at school? How much screen time is too much? Join us as a panel of three experts in their field discuss these questions and more.

Julie Laing is the School Counselor at Solebury School and is a nationally certified Masters level clinician who has worked in both mental health and school settings for 16 years. Working closely with children and teens gives her a unique perspective on how social media and technology has evolved and the way kids approach and react to the world around them.

Dr. Christine Markow is a psychologist who has worked with teens and adults with addictions, including technology.

Dr. Michael McKenna has been the principal at New Hope-Solebury Upper Elementary School since 2015, as well as an adjunct professor at Gwynedd Mercy University. Previously, he was an elementary teacher, reading specialist, and administrator. He has experience working on Digital Literacy projects, as well as seeing technology used by students.


Address

Solebury School
6832 Phillips Mill Rd
New Hope, PA 18938-9682