Resources and Summer Enrichment

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  • Summer 2020

    New and returning Belmont Hill students are invited to sign up for faculty-led summer enrichment offerings. Click "read more" to view the program descriptions and registration links. Course registration will close on July 1.
  • GET ENGAGED: July 6-31

    This faculty-directed program will offer a range of one-week, two-week, and one-month opportunities, ranging from book clubs and cooking classes to a full month club based on the New York Times movie watching party and a discussion group for endurance athletes.
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  • GET CAUGHT UP: August 3-14

    This program will feature faculty-run two-week review modules in the Classics, Math, and Modern languages to ensure that our boys are ready to go when we resume classes this fall.
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    Throughout the summer, this faculty-curated page will be updated with links to resources in a wide range of topics.  

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Our parent feedback surveys demonstrated mounting concern about your sons’ disappearing summer calendars. To that end, Belmont Hill has worked hard to create cost-free programming for both returning and new students during the months of July and August to fill the void.

The programming being offered this summer is designed to be fun, engaging, and meaningful. To register for a course, simply click on the REGISTER link next to the course offering and fill out the corresponding Google form. 

Questions or concerns? Contact:  
Eric Smith
Dean of Studies

Course Descriptions

  • Summer Enrichment
    New and returning students are welcome to enroll in Summer Enrichment programs developed by Belmont Hill faculty.

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