ESL Adventure Camp

Summer 2018

Northland Campus, near Green Bay, Wisconsin, is located in the northern Midwest of the United States of America: amidst the rolling hills and dense forests surrounding the Great Lakes. Here there are 4 full seasons – each offering their own unique culture, traditions, and activities. The stunning grounds of the Northland Campus boast private lakes, sprawling lawns, wooded trails, bright stars, fresh air, and breath-taking sunsets. The Northland Campus also offers modern facilities and recently refurbished and updated accommodations. This unique, tranquil site – rich with natural beauty and comfortably equipped with state of the art buildings – is the setting of the Northland Scholars Academy ESL Adventure Programs.

Though each 14-day Session begins with a 3-day tour of Chicago, Illinois, and ends with a final, exciting day again near Chicago, the heart of our programs take place at the well-established and immaculately maintained Northland campus in the beautiful Wisconsin northwoods.

Program Summary

Program Cost: $1,300 USD per week

Program Tuition Includes:

  • 15 hours of language instruction per week
  • Educational tours of Chicago (including 3 nights in a hotel)
  • Workshops
  • Camp programming activities
  • Room, board, and amenities
  • 3 meals a day
  • Transportation to and from airport
  • Travel Insurance

(*Does NOT include souvenirs or additional snacks)


Overview of each 14-Day Session

Days 1 to 3:  Arrival and Tour Chicago
Days 4 to 12:  Class and Activities on or near Northland Campus
Days 13 to 14:  Amusement Park Visit and Departure

ESL Summer Classes

English language summer classes are taught by qualified ESL instructors and Native English speakers, and consist of:

  • 15 hours of instruction per week
  • Curriculum that includes writing, speaking, reading, and listening exercises
  • Each lesson is structured around fun, innovative, and challenging assignments that will prepare students for English conversations, American university, and adaptation to American life.
  • Classes are divided and carefully customized around skill level – beginner, intermediate, and advanced

4 Different Sessions

4 different two week sessions for students 13 years and older:

US Summer Session 1 ( June 29 – July 12 )
US Summer Session 2 ( July 13 – 26 )
US Summer Session 3 ( July 27 – August 9 )
US Summer Session 4 ( August 10 – 23 )

Additionally, students practice their English language proficiency through scheduled activities:

  • Tours of Chicago’s museums, stores, parks, and amusements
  • Immersion in American camping programs and activities with English speaking peers
  • Trips to famous local attractions and businesses
  • Workshops, movies, world famous guest speakers, and more

Workshops, Sessions, and Activities

Our programs provide many opportunities for students to practice their English outside of the classroom and to engage with native English speaking peers in practical and fun activities. There’s no better way to learn than to immerse oneself in American culture!

On-Campus Activities with American Campers & Staff

Swimming
Fishing
Canoeing
Archery
Climbing Tower
Ropes Course
Zip Line
Mini Golf
Laser Tag
Escape Rooms
Nature Hikes
Campfires
Basketball
Volleyball
Soccer
Football
Table Tennis
Foosball
Carpet Ball
Board Games
Group Games
Meals
Shared Living Quarters
Small Group Gatherings
Large Group Speaking Sessions
Arts & Crafts
Science & Technology
Music & Theater
Outdoor Skills workshops
And More!

Sightseeing

Northland Scholar Academy program participants will have the opportunity to learn in one of America’s largest and most famous cities. A wide range of recreational and educational activities will be offered, including:

  • Shopping on Michigan Avenue – the famous Magnificent Mile
  • Visits to The Field Museum, Museum of Science and Industry, or the Shedd Aquarium
  • Tours of Chicago’s Architecture and History along the Lake Michigan shoreline
  • Witnessing the view from one of Chicago’s tallest buildings
  • Sampling the local food and culture
  • Exposure to American Amusements: Six Flags Great America or the Lincoln Park Zoo

Weekend trip to most famous sights near Northland Campus also included!

Registration

Online Registration

 

Download Registration Form

For more information, contact:

admissions@northlandscholars.org

+1 715-324-6900

Make an online credit card payment:

Payments by credit card include a 3% bank fee.

One Week


One Week