We accept 18-20 students ages 11-14 (rising 6th graders through rising 9th graders) for each session of Terra Summer 2011. Slots will be filled by qualified candidates as applications are received.
The application for the 2011 sessions is available now. Download it here.
Download the 2011 Registration Packet here.
Students applying for Session III (the vegan session) must also complete this short questionnaire. Thank you!
To apply, please download and print the application (please, NOT double-sided), complete, and mail to:
334 EAST BAY ST. # 201
CHARLESTON, SC 29401
The sooner your application is received, the sooner your child will have a spot at Terra Summer!
TO MAIL CORRESPONDENCE, INCLUDING AN APPLICATION OR REGISTRATION PACKET, TO TERRA SUMMER DURING THE MONTHS OF JUNE, JULY AND AUGUST 2010, PLEASE MAIL TO:
75 BRYSON ROAD
MILLS RIVER NC 28759
Children applying to Terra Summer must have a nominating teacher (form is included in the application) and should not have a record of behavioral or conduct problems. At Terra Summer children will participate in learning and activities that reinforce and deepen parts of their regular academic curriculum. Children at Terra Summer need not excel academically at their regular school; however, children will be challenged to do work that is by definition academic, and their willingness and interest are essential. While Terra Summer is a summer camp, thinking is required!
The cost for a three-week session of Terra Summer 2011 is $900. The cost for a two-week session is $600. Please do not let cost deter you from applying to Terra. A number of full and partial scholarships are available.
If you are interested in applying to Terra Summer but you have a question or doubt about our program, please contact us. We cannot answer your questions if you do not reach us first. We welcome all questions.
The Terra Project and its programs, including Terra Summer, do not discriminate against applicants for admission on the basis of race, color, gender, national origin, religion, disabilities, or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law.
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