Upper School Summer Studies
Gulliver Upper School is excited to offer a variety of online courses this summer! Our summer virtual program will provide unique academic opportunities that combine intensive academics, small-group learning, and individual attention in one- to six-week courses.
With options ranging from a full slate of math classes, to perennial favorites like American Foreign Policy, to new classes like the ACT and SAT Bootcamps and the Multidisciplinary Design Honors Course, there’s an opportunity for everyone.
Some classes, such as the Reading and Writing Lab, are designed to build the skills necessary for students to achieve success as they transition into Gulliver’s rigorous academic program, while other courses like Game Theory: Dungeons and Dragons & Role Playing, and Election 2020, seek to stimulate curiosity and engagement in a remote setting.
Such workshops as Advanced High School and College Bound Writing and Analysis are designed to hone students' skills and prepare them to advance into higher-level classes in the Honors and IB tracks. And don't forget: pursuing credit-bearing courses during the summer enables students to accommodate more electives during the regular school year.
Session 1 (three weeks):
June 1 - June 19
Session 2 (three weeks):
June 22 - July 10
Mid-session (dates vary):
Please refer to the Course Catalog or At-A-Glance for details.
Full Session (six weeks):
June 1 - July 10
No classes on July 3 in observance of Independence Day.