MAKE SUMMER COUNT AT THOMAS JEFFERSON
June 14 - Aug. 11, 2017
Summer is always an exciting and busy season. Thomas Jefferson offers a full-featured Summer Discovery Academy for students entering preschool through grade 12. We offer several of our core programs — the workshops and classes that have become trademarks of Thomas Jefferson's summer program — as well as many exploratory courses. Included are our Lower School Performing Arts Academy, sports academies, robotics academy, our ACT preparation courses, foreign language camps, and a Middle School study skills course. There are many more opportunities for your children to grow academically this summer, and we hope you’ll join us for one or more of these fantastic programs.
Open to all Preschool - 12th grade students in the area | Full-day and Half-day Programs
To enroll in TJ's Summer Discovery Academy 2017:
Use the link below to browse and select half-day and full-day programs for your child(ren).
- Click the image of the catalog on the right to download a PDF version.
Complete and submit the online registration form. Be sure to include accurate contact information.
Check the confirmation e-mail message you receive to ensure proper courses were selected.
Bring the signed forms, along with any tuition due on the first day of class.
Most courses are half-day (9 a.m. to noon, or 1-4 p.m.). If you register for a morning and an afternoon session during the same week, your child will have a lunch break between sessions (noon to 1 p.m.) Students will need to bring a lunch. Please check times carefully when registering. Parents who have their children enrolled at TJ may select "Bill My TJ Account" to pay the tuition. Tuition for all other courses is due on or before the first day of classes.
Course Schedule Grid:
(Click the image for a printable version)
Thomas Jefferson Independent Day School reserves the right to request all school records for non-TJ students surrounding academic performance and behavior to deem admissibility into the program, and the right to dismiss students who do not adhere to the mission and Honor Code of the school.