New York Edge Summer Camps allow students to engage in critical thinking, problem-solving, teamwork, and “21st-century skills” while stimulating student creativity as they participate in a variety of fun and educational activities. Activities include sports clinics, interactive field trips, and an Olympic style field day event at ICAHN Stadium on Randall’s Island.
For More information call the New York Edge Summer Hotline: 347-417-8155 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Instructional Steering Committee comprised of New York Edge curriculum specialists with expertise in the various academic disciplines (ELA, Math, Special Education, Physical Education, Arts, STEM) will work with school administration to identify and/or design New York Edge approved distinct curriculum and theme yearly.
Program plans to employ hands-on or project-based learning utilizing curricula that will meet the following criteria: 1) age-appropriate and inquiry based 2) align to common core standards 3) support school-day curricula 4) thematic/project-based and 5) promote critical thinking and problem-solving skills. All activities will be curriculum based and front-line staff will receive appropriate training to facilitate structured activities with lesson plans and tangible products to support student learning. Foster Social & Emotional Learning Skills & Infuse Academic Skills (Reading, Writing, & Math).
Our partnership with the New York City Council, Department of Youth & Community Development, Community Schools, & NYS Bullet Aid provides many New York City school communities with camps that support improving health and wellness, developing social skills, and preventing summer learning loss.
New York Edge has operated summer programs for more than 20 years. Our Summer Camp runs from the beginning of July through the second week in August.