The Educational Register has been published by VincentCurtis since 1941 as a guide for parents and students to a select few private schools and summer programs, and as a source of free information and advice about independent education. Articles by heads of independent schools, summer study programs and camps are included to introduce you to a wide variety of subjects related to independent education. Boarding schools, day schools, girls schools, boys schools, military schools, and international schools are represented. In addition you'll find private camps and summer programs, home study and special needs programs. Most of these schools and camps are well known to our staff, who have traveled throughout North America and Western Europe over the years and have become familiar with their varied aims and methods. You can search by age, grade, geography, boarding or day, and then link to the schools and camps that interest you. Or you're welcome to contact us for comments and suggestions to fit your needs and interests.
Personalized programs for students with language-based learning disabilities grades 2-12 (boarding grades 9-12). Individualized instruction in a structured and supportive living and learning environment. Est. 1971. Boston area.
Coed 14-17, 6 wks. Audio-lingual training for students with or without previous knowledge of English. Supervised study, TOEFL prep and exam. Recreational and social activities. Georgetown Preparatory School campus; Washington DC area.
The Advantages of Summer Camps for Boys
"All children respond to the authenticity and clarity of camp life, but it may be even more
important for boys facing today’s particular challenges."