Hun Summer Session
Summer Academic Courses
Small student to teacher ratios, individual mentorship, and a format that offers a deeper connection with the material in a less stressful environment – these are the hallmarks of our summer academic session. For those looking to "level up" academically, The Hun School offers honors and regular sections of Algebra II, Geometry, Physics, Pre-Calculus, and Chemistry.
These courses run for four hours each day for six weeks.
June 28 – August 6
Ages: 12 – 18
Looking to "level up" academically? Hun School faculty are offering full credit in person and virtual academic courses this summer. Classes meet from 8:00 a.m. - 12:20 p.m. EST, for six weeks. Online courses will incorporate synchronous and asynchronous learning. See a full list of courses. Please note, science courses will only be offered in person.
Cost: $2,120 for 6 weeks; $2,320 for Physics for 6 weeks
Session I: June 28 – July 16
Session II: July 19 – August 6
Ages: 9 – 18
Looking for an academic booster shot? For students eager to remain mentally active and prepare for their next school year, The Hun School offers an extensive catalog of academic enrichment courses. Courses are hands-on, project-based, and engaging, with a healthy dose of fun. In groups of 4 – 7 students, you will launch water balloons to learn physics and create treasure maps to explore geometry.
Classes run for two hours each day for three weeks; each can be taken independently or combined with a second class choice, Hun Adventures, or sports camps. See a full list of courses.
Cost: $795 for 3 weeks
Hun Summer Symposium: A Seminar in Ancient Literature for Adults
June – July
Weekly, in the evening
See more information about course topics and meeting times on the Adult Summer Programs page.
Cost: $250, net proceeds will benefit financial aid for Global Immersion Programs
Hun Summer Programs will operate virtually and in-person for Summer 2021. On campus programs will observe proven effective health and safety protocols, including enhanced cleaning, mask wearing, physical distancing, reduced classroom density, and increased air ventilation. All programs operate in a small group format, allowing for safe podding and limiting the potential for exposure.