JUly 1 - JULY 27, 2018
Summer@Rectory is Rectory School's four-week summer program for boys and girls entering grades five through nine. The program offers a full day of morning classes and afternoon activities for both day and boarding students. The morning academic program provides choices for students to challenge their skills, refresh academic knowledge, improve study skills, increase their English language proficiency, or explore new interest. The afternoon program includes an hour-long focus program for students to cultivate their interests outside the classrooms. Students also participate in daily Team Competitions, earning points for their teams throughout the four-week program.
EXPLORATION IN THE ARTS
Students choose a different area of art to explore each week. Some of the options include musical theater, singing, painting, drawing, and many more. If a student has a particular passion, he/she is encouraged to share and explore it during this time period, as well.
Students are all assigned to teams named for the four tenets of the Rectory Creed. They participate in spirited athletic contests with their team throughout all four weeks. Activities for team competitions include kickball, soccer, volleyball, broom hockey, whiffle ball, capture the chicken, dodgeball, and ultimate frisbee.
Here are some of the places we may venture to this summer!
Storrs Adventure Park
Connecticut Tigers Baseball Game
Brownstone Exploration and Discovery Park
High Meadow Resort
Mashamoquet Brook State Park Picnic
Fourth of July Field Day
Closing Ceremony - Friday, July 27, 2018
Mrs. Lesley Gibbs
Senior Enrollment Manager
P.O. Box 68
Pomfret, CT 06258
- A Completed Application Form
- Application Fee ($50 for Domestic Students; $100 for International Students). Pay Fee.
- Transcripts From Student's Current School
- One Recommendation From Your Child's Current School:
- Testing - Please submit any SSAT, TOEFL Jr., WISC scores, or any test results that pertain to your child's academic profile.
- An interview with an Admissions representative.